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  • 21/01/22

    Year 3 Volcanos

      Year 3 had lots of fun today creating volcanos. The Year 3's found out why a volcano erupts and then made their own volcanoes, erupting them using vinegar and baking soda. Thirty volcanoes overflowed onto the playground to simulate what a volcano eruption...
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  • 15/12/21

    Year 3 Nativities

    The Year 3 classes brought the festive cheer with their wonderful performances of their Nativity plays. Well done to all the Year 3 children for their hard work and dedication to rehearsals, they really impressed us all with their enthusiasm and confidence, we are very proud of you.
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  • 17/11/21

    Little Red Riding Hood Performance

    Students from across year groups presented a multi art form performance of Little Red Riding Hood by BBC Teach School Radio to visiting Year 2 children from Callis Grange Infant School.
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  • 15/11/21

    Basketball Tournament Success!

    Well done to the St.Peter's Basketball team - they have reached the finals of the Year 5/6 Basketball tournament. They played 6 games - winning 5 and drawing 1 - and conceding no goals! 
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  • 11/11/21

    Remembrance Day

    Today Mr Whitehouse had the pleasure of escorting two lovely children from 5W to St Peter’s churchyard, where they participated in an Act of Remembrance at the Grave of the Unknown Sailor. The children laid a poppy wreath on behalf of the St. Peter’s School community. It was a poignant m...
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  • 10/11/21

    Our trees have arrived!

    St Peter's has had a delivery of 312 trees from the Tree Appeal! Every year group will be involved in planting them around the school grounds. Thank you for the loan of spades and providing wellies!
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  • 21/10/21

    Walk with Amal Arts Project

    During term 1, students from a range of after school Arts clubs including the Accomplished Artists, Years 3 and 4 Devised Drama Club and the Years 5 and 6 Dance Club, collaborated to take part in an international project called ‘Walk with Amal,’ a travelling festival of art and hope in s...
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  • 15/10/21


    This is only a small selection of the generous donations that have been brought into school for Thanet Food Link. Thank you to all our children and families for their generous donations, they are greatly appreciated.
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  • 05/07/21

    Drama Workshop Prize following St. Peter's Win in National Competition!

      The play that must not be named! Battlefields, murder, revenge and betrayal occurred this week in the studio when the G & T drama group were lucky enough to receive a workshop by Jo Stokes from As Creatives, on behalf of The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. The studio was filled with b...
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  • 16/06/21

    Year 3 Art this Week!

    This week, Year 3 have created some amazing art work. They have researched the art of Duncan Cameron, and then used pencil and watercolour to replicate his method. The finished results are quite spectacular!
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  • 25/05/21

    St. Peter’s Junior School Awarded Primary Science Quality Mark

    St. Peter’s has been awarded the prestigious Primary Science Quality Mark for its commitment to science education. Led by Year 3 Teacher and Curriculum Lead Nathan Williams, science plays an important part in the already rich curriculum on offer at the school. In addition, St. Peter’s of...
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  • 30/04/21

    St. Peter's groups selected from over 600 entries to Shakespeare Week Competition!

    This year we entered the Shakespeare Week Competition 2021 which was about exploring your identity, being true to yourself and well being. G and T drama had to respond to the quote “To thine own self be true” using the arts discipline of their choice. The four groups chose to respond ver...
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