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St Peter’s School

Welcome toSt Peter’s School


Clubs and Activities

Tech Heads  

Tech Heads are a group of children who take the lead on digital aspects of the school. Mr Cronin Leads the team and they try out various new software or ideas, learn how to solve IT problems and support other children and teachers in the school.

Playground Friends 

These children have two responsibilities. First, they organise collaborative play and second, they encourage all children to join in, specifically encouraging children who might not usually take part. The idea is that children are encouraged to play together and form friendships with others whom they might not normally associate. These children are also visible on the playgrounds so that if any child is feeling left out they can approach a 'friend' for support and a friendly ear. Both groups are trusted ambassadors for school and are role models for all around them.


Our school choir, led by Mrs Mc Dermott, practise on a Wednesday lunchtime. Choir is open to all children in Years 4, 5 and 6 – everyone is welcome. The aim of choir is to foster a love of singing and to have fun.

The choir performs at school events, such as the Carol Concert and PTA Fayres. They participate in Jersey Sings and also go out into the community to perform small concerts.

Unfortunately, the choir is not active at present in accordance with class bubbles and Covid-19 restrictions. 

Football Club 

Football club is open to everyone in Year 4, 5 and 6. School football training takes place on a Tuesday after school or at lunchtime.  Children taking part in football practice must wear shin pads and appropriate footwear.

School matches are usually played on a Saturday morning. We have our own pitch for school matches and also play away at other schools. There are also several tournaments throughout the season for boys and girls.


Netball club is run by Miss Gallichan and Miss Banks and takes place on a Monday after school. Training is open to boys and girls in Years 5 and 6 and takes place in the school playground or Community Centre. School matches take place after school either home or away.