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St Peter's

CE Primary Academy

Strive Beyond; Defy Limits


The Diocese of Salisbury Academy Trust of which St Peter’s CE Primary Academy is part, is the admission authority. St Peter’s CE Primary Academy is a new school which aims to serve all members of its community by providing an education of the highest quality within the context of Christian belief and practice. The school is designated with a religious character. The school’s religious authority is the Diocese of Salisbury.


 The school opened on a phased basis with the following published admissions numbers:


2019-20: The school has an admission number of 30 for entry in Reception and Year 1 and 15  in Years 2, 3, 4 and 5. See the admissions arrangements below for more information.


2020-21: The school has an admission number of 30 for entry in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2, and 15  in Years 3, 4, 5 and 6. See the admissions arrangements below for more information.


The school will accordingly admit this number of pupils if there are sufficient applications. Where fewer applicants than the published admission number(s) for the relevant year group are received, the Academy Trust will offer places at the school to all those who have applied. For children who have moved onto St. Peter's Place, please contact the school directly for additional advice.

For children who will be of Reception age in September 2020 details of how you can apply can be found at


For children who would like to join in a year group other than Reception, the in-year admission form below needs to be completed and returned to the local authority.  The Local Authority have informed us that you will be notified of the outcome within 20 working days. 


If you would like us to keep you up to date with developments at the school, please return the expression of interest form below to

COVID-19 is likely to affect the timeline for those parents wishing to appeal for a September 2020 place at the school. We rely on external bodies of support to make the necessary arrangements, including administering relevant documents and assembling an appeals panel.