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
Well done Ellie! 24 June
The 2016 Young Pea Chef of the Year has been crowned. We received an incredible 2,500 votes from members of the public and are extremely hap-pea to announce that Ellie, aged 8, St Peter and St Paul CE Primary School, Skegness with ther Pea Sausage came third! Congratulations to all who took part!
Queen’s birthday celebration 10 June
The day started with a church service, followed by a talent show, indoor party picnic and rounded off with “Burgh Art Gallery”. Every child and staff member received a commemorative coin from school. Thank you to everyone who took part and all the parents and members of the community who supported the events. You can see more pictures from our celebrations on our gallery page.
Saturday 9th July,
Gifts, raffle and wine donations all gratefully received.
Newsletter 17 May
The latest copy of our school Newsletter is noiw available to download.
New Library 3 May
Today was the launch of Burgh School library! The day was marked by all the staff and children dressing as book characters alongside class visits to the library to withdraw books. Find out more
Section 48 Inspection 17 April
The report from our March inspection of the Christian life of our school has now been published. We are delighted that it is very positive and recognises the many good things we do as a Church Schoolm, with the overall effectiveness of St Peter & St Paul CE Primary graded as good.
The report emphasises that we have a deeply rooted Christian ethos creating a positive and inclusive learning environment nurturing all learners. The inspector also stated that our Christian character is strongly reflected in the high quality relationships existing between all members of the school community and that all development issues from the previous inspection have been successfully achieved as we strive achieve outstanding in the future.
You can access the report on our Results page
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.
Go to the Yes Peas! Facebook page and click on the Young Pea Chef of the Year 2016 link. Voting closes 16 May
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.