The Governing Body
The School Governors have oversight of the conduct and curriculum of the school and provide essential links between the school, the church and the local community, and also between the school and the local Education Services.
The Governing Body is made up of Foundation Governors, Parent Governors and Staff Governors. They are responsible for many decisions in the running of the school, for example:
Implementation of National Curriculum
The Governors have a Full Governors Meeting three times per school year, to discuss and agree on all school matters. Sub-committees meet regularly to discuss various issues and produce reports for the Full Governors Meetings.
We have a strong, caring and committed body of staff at St.Peter’s, made up as follows:
1 Acting Headteacher – Miss Marna Du Bruyn
1 Acting Deputy Headteacher/Class Teacher – Mrs Marie Nowbuth
1 Senior Teacher – Mrs Anna Wood
1 SENCO/Class Teacher – Mrs Phyll Wilkinson
6 Class Teachers – Mr Bernard Amankwah, Miss Ailish Lavelle, Miss Molly Ford, Mrs Janice Bonnah, Mrs Jillian Hurley and Miss Monica Akinboyewa
1 PPA Teacher – Mrs Margaret Costello
3 Admin. Staff – Miss Jackie Shepherd, Mrs Mary Lingwood and Mrs Anne Minett
1 Premises Manager – Mr Joseph Hammond
9 Teaching Assistants – Mrs Lara Akinrinlewo, Mrs Anita Hammond, Mrs Sacha Jacobs, Mrs Anne Minett, Mrs Mercy Omozee, Mrs Irina Farcas, Mrs Roz Stoneman, Mrs Kathy Thomas and Mrs Donna Whelan
6 Midday Meals Supervisors – Mrs Phyllis Arkins, Mrs Victoria Bowles, Mrs Moira Deeks, Mrs Mercy Omozee, Ms Diane Neve and Mrs Donna Whelan
We have seven classes, one per year, with an equal balance of boys and girls, from a wide range of cultures and backgrounds. All pupils belong to the house system, of which there are four (Martin Luther King, St.Theresa, St.Luke, and St.Paul). As part of the house system, children learn to co-operate with each other, develop team building skills and take responsibility. They also get to know children in all year groups, and therefore, reinforce our school as a living school community.