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St. Peter's Church of England Primary School

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School Uniform

At St. Peter’s C.E. Primary School we expect all our pupils to wear school uniform which we believe helps them to take pride in themselves by looking smart.  The uniform also plays a key role in: promoting the ethos of our school; giving a sense of belonging and identity; and setting an appropriate tone for education as it practical for school wear.  We ask that every item of clothing is clearly and securely named, and that coats have loops to hang them from. 

Our school colour is royal blue and more information about the specific items of clothing required for school, including PE Kit, can be found in our School Uniform Policy.  Monkhouse Schoolwear are our chosen supplier for our branded school wear.  Locally based in Haywards Heath, they provide a cost-effective solution for buying school uniform online or in person for our families.  In line with Department for Education statutory guidance, the use of branded items is kept to a minimum and there is no expectation for these to be worn, despite a number being available for purchase.  Please visit their website for further information:


Second-hand uniform is also freely available for parents to acquire and a regular event is held every couple of months.  Please keep an eye on the school calendar for when the next second-hand uniform sale is taking place.  Alternatively, please contact the school office if an item of school uniform is required urgently.

Adobe PDF icon School Uniform Policy

Cool 4 School - After School Care Provision 

Our after-school care service is provided by Cool 4 School. Currently based in Lindfield at King Edward Hall, they offer a collection service from St. Peter’s and provide care from 3 to 6pm, with a range of activities alongside serving hot and cold food.  In addition, they run a Lego, Arts and Crafts and Boxing club here at school.  For more information, alongside a food menu, please visit:


Hot School Meals 

Chartwells are the chosen West Sussex contractor who provide hot school meals at St. Peter’s. Partnered with ParentPay, parents and carers may select, book and pay securely (if required) for the exact meal options for their child. Parents who are in receipt of benefits may be eligible for free school meals. If you are not eligible for free school meals but your child is currently in Reception, Year 1 or Year 2 then they will automatically be entitled to Universal Infant Free School Meals. It is important to note that even if your child is in receipt of UIFSM (Universal Infant Free School Meals – Yrs. R,1&2) or FSM (Free School Meals), and you are not required to pay for your child’s meal, it is still necessary to select and book your child’s meals. To find out what delicious food will be offered to your child as part of the 'Steamplicity' service, please follow the link below to the current menu.


You can also find our more about eligibility for free school meals on the West Sussex County Council website; 


Packed Lunches 

Some of our parents and carers prefer to send their child into school with a packed lunch on some days.  Both the NHS Change for Life and Livewell websites provide some great tips for preparing a healthier lunchbox: 



Home Learning

At St. Peter’s, pupils have access to a range of online services which are used to support the curriculum.  The school currently has a subscription to Numbots and Timetables Rockstars which are online resources used worldwide to help children further develop their mathematical skills. To access these sites, children must be issued a unique username and password. If you do not have this information then please speak to your child’s class teacher. To log on now, please visit the 'Mathematics' page of our school website by clicking here.


The internet has a plethora of pages and resources which can be used to support your child’s learning.  Any additional recommended links from St. Peter’s staff will be added to the homework booklets given out at the start of each term and found in the 'Home Learning' section of our website.  A handful of links to other websites to support your child can also be found in this section of our website.  

Other Information 

The Department for Education is responsible for education and children’s services in England. Find out more at; 


The gov.uk website also offers a wide variety of information about government services all in one place. There is a dedicated section about 'Schools and Curriculum' which can be found at: 


The ‘Learning’ section of the West Sussex County Council website provides a range of information for West Sussex schools including term dates and admissions. To find out more visit; 


The BBC have produced a number of pages which offer advice for parents in supporting their child’s education. These include: 



BullyingUK, part of Family Lives, offer free professional advice about all aspects of family life including child development, issues with schools and parenting/ relationship support. 



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