Welcome to St. Peter and St. Paul School
As a church school we believe that children grow in mind, body and spirit. Within a nurturing Christian environment we aim for each child to experience true fulfilment and to engage fully in the great adventure that is primary education.
The staff of St. Peter and St. Paul’s are very proud of the quality of education we provide for all our children. The team of teachers, teaching assistants, parent helpers and governors all work together to ensure each individual reaches his/her potential.
Partnership with parents, the local community, the church and outside agencies are very important to our success.
Over the last few years we have achieved Healthy Schools Status, Active Mark, Film Mark, the Bronze Eco School Award and Financial Management Standards in Schools status. The school is constantly striving for improvement and welcomes contributions from our children through the school council, parents and PTFA. Currently we are involved in some exciting initiatives to further enhance learning and widen opportunities for our children.
If you would like to find out more about our school please come and visit and see us in action.
Miss S. Smith
News and Reminders
World Book Day
Wednesday 3rd March is World Book Day. Every child will receive a £1 voucher towards the cost of a book. Please help your child to make use of the voucher which must be used by 27th March 2016.
Sainsbury’s Active Kids 2016
We are now collecting Sainsbury’s Active Kids Vouchers in school. There is a collection box outside the main office. Last year we were able to buy several items for use in PE lessons, so please help us this year. Vouchers need to be in by the end of April.
Newsletter 12 February
Our January Newsletter is now available for you to download
Sponsored Read 11 February
Today everyone in school took part in a sponsored read in the school hall to start our day. The School Council came up with the idea and have gathered lists of books children would like to have in school. We hope to raise money to be able to buy more books for the new school library.
Big Book Fundraiser 2 February
Today (2nd February) the School Council have launched a “Big Book Fundraiser” to raise money to buy new books for our new school library. Everyone in school has been asked to bring in a book to read in the hall during worship on Thursday 11th February. All the staff and children will be bringing home a sponsor sheet later in the week. Anyone who returns their sheet with any funds raised will go in a class draw to go to Lincoln to purchase some of the books the children have asked for. Over the half term holidays the design the children have developed is being installed in the new library space ready to receive the new books we hope to be able to buy.
Colouring Competition 29 January
Winners of the Rotary Club of Skegness colouring competition about seaside safety. Congratulations!
Mr Lockwood 22 January
Unfortunately as you may have heard, Mr Lockwood was doing some work at home yesterday and he fell from a ladder. He has fractured his spine and will need time to recuperate.
We have sent a gift and cards as well as best wishes to him and hope you join us in thinking of him.
On Friday the 15th of January there was a swimming gala held at The Louth Meridian Leisure Centre. The competition was held for years 3, 4, 5 and 6. Burgh school took part alongside 5 other schools from around East Lindsey. The squad was made up of 24 pupils competing in 25 different races. Eryn H a team member stated, “I enjoyed the competition because we came second overall for each age category and won lots of medals!”. Find out more on our Sports page
If it has snowed and you are not sure whether the school will be open or not, listen to Lincs FM (102.2) or Radio Lincolnshire (94.9, 104.7FM & 1368AM). If there is no mention of the school being closed on the radio assume that it is open.
When the weather is snowy, please also remember to send your child to school with the appropriate clothing so that they can enjoy the experience of playing in the snow. If they do not have a coat and a change of footwear e.g. wellies, they will not be allowed to play outside at break or lunchtime.
The money raised from our Christmas Jumper Day was £311.41. This was paid into the Text Santa charity. Thank you and well done!
We would appreciate your support in helping your child to learn to spell the words in their Spelling Log and to develop rules or ideas to remember them. Examples can be found in the Spelling Log. Please could you ensure your child’s Spelling Log is in school everyday.
We have a member of staff with a severe allergy. Please do not send your child with any strawberries, strawberry products or flavourings in snacks or lunchboxes.
You can find more news stories and view our events Calendar on our News and Events page.
All parents, guardians and relatives of children at St Peter and St Paul’s are invited to become involved with the Parent, Friends and Teachers Association.
January After School Clubs (255Kb)
November Christmas Meal and Parties (274Kb)
November Spelling Log (324Kb)
Our letters are in PDF format. If you are unable to open them then you can download a free PDF reader from Adobe.