Should you require a free paper copy of any of the policies listed below, please contact the school office staff; they will be happy to help you.
St Peter’s Catholic Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Our Mission Statement:
St Peter’s – building firm foundations for life
• We care for others
• We achieve our best
• We grow in faith
Keeping Children Safe
Your child’s physical and emotional safety is our priority. Please visit our Safeguarding page for our Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy and for information about our Designated Safeguarding Leads. You can also access the policy here.
Other Policies Related to Safeguarding
Please click here to view our Anti-Bullying Policy
Please click here to read our Pupils’ Anti-Bullying Charter (developed by the School Council)
Please click here to view our Behaviour Management Policy
Please click here to view the Governing Body’s statement on Principles of Behaviour
Please click here to view our E-Safety Policy
Please click here to view our Medicine and Supporting Pupils at School with Medical Conditions Policy
Please note: The school will only accept prescribed medicines that are in-date, labelled, provided in the original container as dispensed by a pharmacist and include instructions for administration, dosage and storage. To download a form to give permission for your child to have medicine administered in school, please click here. The form may also be obtained in hard copy at the school office.
Special Educational Needs & Disability (SEND)
Please click here to read about provision at St Peter's for pupils with SEND.
Equality For All
Equality of opportunity is at the heart of our practice at St. Peter’s.
Responding to Concerns & Complaints
To access our School Policy for Responding to Concerns & Complaints please click here. To access the Procedure for Responding to Concerns and Complaints referred to in the policy, please click here. In addition, the Local Authority’s guidance on ‘Responding to Concerns about Surrey County Council Schools’ may be accessed here, along with Surrey County Council’s brief guide to school complaints for parents here. Free paper copies of all documents and relevant forms can also be obtained from the school office.