In this area you can find useful information aimed specifically at parents of current and potential students.
What type of School is St. Peter's?
We are proud of what St Peter’s is able to offer children in the Windsor area. We are small enough to know all our children and large enough to offer specialised teaching, good buildings and resources.
St Peter’s is a 9 – 13 years Middle School within the Windsor system. Although the majority of our children come from Old Windsor, we draw widely from Windsor First Schools and beyond. Most of our students go on to the two Windsor Upper Schools.
St Peter’s is a Church of England Voluntary Aided School in the Oxford Diocese. We offer a Christian education to children whose parents wish them to be educated within a Christian community. We are a family school of a size in which all children can be known, valued and encouraged to achieve their best. Our system of ‘vertical tutor groups’ helps all children to feel rapidly at home.
Students are encouraged to take a full part in the religious life of the School and there are regular acts of worship. We have rewarding links with the Parish Church: the Vicar leads assembly once a week and the whole school attends church on a number of occasions during the year.
Records show that the school has served the village of Old Windsor since 1799 when it was administered under the Hammersley Trust. We are confident that the school will continue to flourish and to maintain its close links with the community.
Buildings and Resources
Currently we have 7 general teaching rooms and the following specialist areas:
Craft and Design workshops
Hall for assembly and lunches
Floodlit Hard Sports area and extensive School Fields
See our school profile here.