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Welcome to St Peter's Catholic Primary School

Welcome to St Peter's Catholic Primary School. We are a two-form entry school that serves the parishes of Waterlooville and Horndean, welcoming all children aged 4 to 11 from the local and wider community to learn, grow and flourish within the St Peter’s family.

Every child in our school is warmly welcomed as a valued individual, with friendship, love and nurture at the heart of all we do. Our staff work with passion and commitment to help each child discover their gifts, their talents, and benefit from the many opportunities available to them at St Peter’s.

At St Peter’s we hold dear traditional standards of Christian education and life within the modern world. We guide our pupils to develop academic, moral and spiritual values and behaviours to get the best out of their time here at St Peter’s, and be ready to progress with success and confidence to the next stage of their lives.

Visiting this website is just the first step in beginning your journey in the family that is St Peter’s Catholic Primary School. I would be delighted to welcome you in person to see the school in action, giving you a flavour of what makes our school such a great place to learn, live, love and grow for the children in our care.

Mr Richard Cunningham


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St Peter’s pupils can achieve great things...

The school is a harmonious and calm environment where pupils can flourish. Pupils get on well and genuinely care for the welfare of others. Classes are peaceful environments where pupils can focus without disruption.

- Ofsted Inspection Report 2019


 We are proud to publish the results from our Catholic Schools Inspectorate report, which rated us as outstanding in all categories. This outstanding outcome is a result of great hard work and dedication by the staff of St Peter’s, incredible resilience and commitment by the pupils of St Peter’s, and wonderful support and encouragement from the parents, carers, governors and clergy linked with St Peter’s

Click here to read the report