SPSP has been celebrating Diwali today, with dancing, crafts, traditional foods and stories. The smiles were as bright as the Diwali lamps themselves.
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SPSP is a small independent school offering big opportunities to the children we educate, through an
St Peter & St Paul School has held a very special place at the heart of the historic market town of Chesterfield’s community for over 70 years. As a non-selective school for boys and girls we deliver an excellent and bespoke education for all our children, which is why our school is the perfect choice for your child - providing an investment for life at exceptional value for money. We are the high
Operating as usual
Our new waterproof sports jacket is now available to order. Samples are available to try at main reception
Welcome back everyone. It's great to see you all!
We have a vacancy for an experienced EYFS Teaching Assistant. Interested? We would love to hear from you!
Further details can be found here: https://stpeterpaul.co.uk/about-us/vacancies/
We have been made aware that several routes in to school have been closed. Please be reassured that staff will remain in school and the children will be looked after. Please do not take unnecessary risks and keep yourselves safe.
Due to the extreme weather and flooding in surrounding areas school will be closing at 1:30pm Please make arrangements to collect as soon as possible.
A huge thank you to all our SPSP Ambassadors for supporting Open Morning last Saturday.....you were amazing!
What a wonderful afternoon of sport yesterday for our U8 & U9 teams. Thank you to Westbourne School Sheffield, the sportsmanship demonstrated by all players was fabulous.
Reception class have been having fun on the farm today, learning, playing and even picking pumpkins! Thank you to all the staff at Matlock-Farm Park for making our day so interesting and fun.
A huge thank you to the staff at Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS FT & Royal Primary Care and Mrs Whileman for delivering an informative CPR sessions for our Year 3,4,5 & 6 children on
Y2 received a visit from The Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service this week. The children were taught important messages all about fire safety, including the importance of smoke alarms and testing them regularly.
U10 & U11 rugby and hockey teams enjoyed some really good games against . Lots of progress and enjoyment amongst all the boys and girls. Well done
Pumpkin Soup...from story book to saucepan. Our Reception pupils washed, peeled, chopped, tidied and most importantly, tasted. It was delicious!!
Year 5 are in the 'dog house' in their Art lessons. They are enjoying designing, naming and beginning to create their paper mâché pets. We can't wait to see them when they are finished.
Raising mental health awareness and getting SPSP talking, Mr Gregory started the conversation with KS2 in assembly this morning.
Channelling their inner rock stars today, Y4 have had fun making their very own guitars. They even managed to play a few tunes on them, which was very impressive.
Year 3 have been working on their mental methods in Maths. Practicing the rounding, adjusting and bridging through 10 strategies then applying those strategies, whilst adding and subtracting amounts of money. Budding Accountants in the making!
Reception class had lots of fun as they enjoyed a toe-tapping, shimmy-shaking, rhythm making music lesson.
Mr Newton was so pleased to present the Headteacher Awards to the children this morning. Huge congratulations to all our recipients who have excelled in each of the Guiding Star Values; we are very proud of you!
A huge round of applause to our 'resilient' Y4 pupils, who presented a wonderful assembly to our parents and guests this morning. There are clearly quite a few budding actors amongst us!
A great start to the rugby season for our U11s today v Mylnhurst Preparatory School & Nursery. Well done to all the boys and girls, some excellent rugby on display.
The U9 hockey girls played some fast and furious indoor hockey against Mylnhurst Preparatory School & Nursery. A fantastic, fun-filled fixture, which they all enjoyed very much.
Y1 have been very busy preparing pasta frames in readiness for their self-portraits. We can't wait to see the finished pictures.
Year 3 'Rock', especially during their science lesson today. They used chopped up sweets to represent different types of sediment. They carefully applied pressure to turn them into a sedimentary rock, then heat and much more pressure to make a metamorphic rock and finally they melted their sweets and allowed them to cool down to make an igneous rock - awesome!
Our Black History Month celebrations began this morning as Mr Newton delivered a wonderful assembly to our Pre-Prep pupils. The children enjoyed listening and sharing their own thoughts and feelings with each other. In recognition of the importance of 'kindness', we also appointed our very first two 'playground monitors' for 2023 - congratulations!
A very productive meeting with Mr Newton and our newly elected School Council today. High on the agenda was our new school motto and playtimes. Lots of fabulous ideas brought to the meeting!
A beautiful morning on the Monsal Trail....think it's time for the 1st pit stop!
Kon'nichiwa, Aloha and Hei to you all, as SPSP celebrates 'Languages Day'. Travelling the world both in and out of the classroom, we have enjoyed a cultural extravaganza, including our lunch! Huge thanks to Madame Whetton and our Catering Team, we are having a great time.
We are proud to announce the SPSP School Council of 2023 and can't wait to share their ideas and suggestions with our community. First job, school motto!
What a fantastic afternoon for our young U8s as they took part in their very first hockey fixture at Barlborough Hall School . Some great determination and progress shown and some very happy faces.
We are celebrating all things rugby today and SPSP is alive with colour and culture as the children proudly wear their favourite rugby shirts. Our Rugby Captain, Thomas, has been helping to co-ordinate plenty of activities for us to enjoy, starting with an assembly this morning and a surprise chat with a certain member of staff who played for England! Rugby World Cup
Y4's Bikeability day has got off to a 'wheely' great start. The children are enjoying getting to grips with their bikes and learning a few safety tips to help them as they progress throughout the day.
Despite the weather, our Y5 pupils have had a really enjoyable trip to Eyam today. They had lots of fun where they got to take a step back in time and learn all about the plague story and village history.
Congratulations and good luck to Year 1 pupil Millie who has once again qualified for the Horse of the Year Show. She qualified in style by winning the latest round and also took the title of Supreme Champion of the Show!
Our regular SPSP superhero completed the 3 Peaks Challenge this weekend all in aid of MND research MND Association. Climbing Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon, Mrs Austin and her team absolutely smashed it. Huge congratulations to all of you ,
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