Welcome to

St Peter's VC Academy

 Following Christ, Striving for Excellence, Working Together & Growing in Faith 

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About our School

Executive Headteacher: Mr Andrew Krlic

Assistant Head: Mrs Sarah Seeley

For more information please read our School Prospectus

Mission Statement

St Peter's is a Catholic school, which is committed to continually striving for excellence. We do so because we recognise that each child is a unique creation, made in the image of God for a divine purpose and an eternal destiny.
 

Following Christ​

Striving for Excellence

Working Together

Growing in Faith

 

ETHOS Statement

St Peter's School recognises that Gospel values and the teachings of Christ are central to the life of the school.

Teachers, parents and Governors share a common purpose in the task of educating all our children, developing within them understanding, justice, tolerance and sensitivity to the needs of others, thus enabling them to take their role as contributing members of society.

Each child is entitled to be given the opportunity to develop their talents to the full.

The whole school community will fully support the spiritual, intellectual, physical, social, cultural, emotional and moral development of all its pupils.

 

Determined Admission Arrangements for 2025/26

In accordance with the School Standards and Framework Act, we have now determined our Admission Arrangements for 2025/26, PAN 210. 

A copy of our admissions policy for 2025/2026 is available here 

Objections about a school’s admissions arrangements can be made to the schools adjudicator and should be made before 15 May in the year they are set. If you feel that a school's admission arrangements are unlawful or do not comply with the school admissions code

Contact the schools adjudicator

 

 

A link to our Plan for Remote Education can be found here 

 


 

 

Here is a link to our most recent  Diocesan Section 48 Report and Ofsted report.

Section 48 Inspection 

Ofsted Inspection 

Department for Education's School Performance Table 

 

Progress and Attainment – 2022/2023

KS2

79% of pupils achieved expected standard or above in Reading which is above national (73%).

Reading progress score (confidence interval in brackets)                 0.0 (-2.2 to 2.1)

64% of pupils achieved expected standard or above in Writing which is below national (71%).

Writing TA progress score (confidence interval in brackets)           -0.3 (-2.4 to 1.7)

85% of pupils achieved expected standard or above in Maths which is above national (73%).

Mathematics progress score (confidence interval in brackets)      1.0 (-1.1 to 3.0)

64% of pupils achieved expected standard combined across Reading, Writing and Maths which is above national (59%).

 

KS1

70% of pupils achieved expected standard or above in Reading which is above national (61%).

52% of pupils achieved expected standard or above in Writing which is below national (61%).

70% of pupils achieved expected standard or above in Maths which is slightly below national (72%).

52% of pupils achieved expected standard combined across Reading, Writing and Maths which is slightly below national (56%).

 

Phonics Screening Check

83% of pupils passed the phonics screening check which is above national (81%).

 

GLD

67% of pupils in EYFS achieved a good level of development.

 

 


Pupil Premium

Publicly-funded schools in England get extra funding from the government to help them improve the attainment of their disadvantaged pupils. It’s up to school leaders to decide how to spend the pupil premium.This is because school leaders are best-placed to assess their pupils’ needs and use funding to improve attainment.

St. Peter's Pupil Premium Strategy 2021-2024

 

Here is the link to our information on how we spend the Sports Premium and the impact upon our pupils. 

Sports Premium 22-23

 

Admission Policy Consultation

In accordance with our statutory duty under The School Admissions (Admission Arrangements and co-ordination of Admission Arrangements) (England) Regulation 2012.  North Yorkshire County Council is consulting on proposed school admission arrangements for community and voluntary controlled schools 2023/2024.

Admission Policy 

If you wish your child to attend St Peter's School you will need to complete one of our Supplementary Information forms.  You can find this along with the general admissions policy under Our School -> General Policies here

 

Our school day starts at 8:50am and pupils are dismisssed at 3:15pm

FOR PAPER COPIES OF ANY DOCUMENTATION PLEASE CONTACT MRS ANNE EASTWOOD VIA THE SCHOOL OFFICE 01723 372720 email admin@stp.smccat.org.uk