UK Health Security Agency Update

Updated: Tuesday 3rd January 2023

St. Peter’s School is now open to all children and really excited to be alive with fun, laughter and learning once more. 

For more information on our safe opening procedures and our home learning package, please click here or contact the school office. 


Following simple steps can help protect children, minimise the spread of illness in education and childcare settings and protect wider communities.

Flu and coronavirus (COVID-19) are currently circulating at high levels and are likely to continue to increase in coming weeks. High numbers of scarlet fever, which is caused by group A streptococcus, also continue to be reported.

Professor Susan Hopkins, Chief Medical Adviser at the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA), said:

“It’s important to minimise the spread of infection in schools and other education and childcare settings as much as possible. If your child is unwell and has a fever, they should stay home from school or nursery until they feel better and the fever has resolved.

Helping children to learn about the importance of good hand hygiene is also key, so practice regular handwashing at home with soap and warm water. Catching coughs and sneezes in tissues then binning them is another simple way to help stop illness from spreading.

Adults should also try to stay home when unwell and if you do have to go out, wear a face covering. When unwell don’t visit healthcare settings or visit vulnerable people unless urgent.

Remember that flu vaccination is still available for all eligible groups and is the best protection against the virus. We have seen good uptake in older age groups but vaccination among young children remains low. Flu can be very unpleasant and in some cases can lead to more serious illness. Getting your child vaccinated protects them and others they come into contact with, and it’s still not too late.”


St. Peter’s Catholic Primary School, Augusta Place, Leamington Spa, CV32 5EL

School Hours

M-F: 9am – 3.30pm
Weekends: Closed

Phone & Email

01926 427497 admin3542@welearn365.com

Key Information

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Virtual Tour

Welcome to

St. Peter’s! Let us show you around…

During the Pandemic, we are sadly not able to welcome visitors to our lovely school. We understand that you may want to get to know us a little better so our children made this lovely video for you so that you can see what life at St. Peter’s is really like. We look forward to welcoming you back into our school soon!

St. Peter's Catholic Primary School

We put Jesus at the Heart of everything that we do.
A Word

From Our Headteacher

Welcome to our website, thank you for taking an interest in our little school.  It is a huge privilege to be the headteacher of St. Peter’s School; its a brilliant and special place, full of brilliant and special people.  At the heart of our community, our shared mission is to put Jesus at the heart of everything we do, specifically by sharing and living our Gospel values in our daily lives.  Our success as one of the top performing schools in the country is entirely down to the way our children, staff, governors and families strive to live this Mission.  I hope you enjoy getting to know us and if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch! 

– Mrs. T. Sharman