About Us

At Sampford Peverell Primary we always put our children first. We work hard to form, strong and trusting relationships with every parent/carer and child. We seek to inspire and challenge every pupil, in order to help them to fully develop their character, confidence, sense of compassion and spirituality to achieve their full potential in all that they might do.

The school prepares children well for citizenship in a global economy, emphasising not only the academic skills but also the attitudes, Christian values, teamwork and creativity so necessary for life  in the 21st Century and for some.. the 22nd Century!

This website gives just a small glimpse of who we are and what we are actively trying to achieve for all our pupils here at Sampford Peverell Primary School. So please, explore and enjoy our website and do feel most welcome to come along and visit us and see us in action. We would be delighted to meet you.

With regards to admissions, we are able to inform parents whether we have space in individual year groups, however, all admission requests must go through Devon County Council’s Admissions Team.  For further information and online application forms please click on the link provided.

For Performance and Assessment data, please click on the link

http://www.education.gov.uk/cgi-bin/schools/performance/school.pl?urn=137651

For Devon’s approach to  Special Educational Needs and Disability please click on link

https://new.devon.gov.uk/send/

Our Values and Aims

Christian Values

The following Christian Values have been adopted by the school for the next year, following a consultation with all of the families with children at school.

Honesty - Christians believe that truth is revealed in the Bible, showing us the way that God means us to live.  In school we encourage everyone to be truthful in their dealings with one another.

Respect  - Respect for God extends to respect for all creation, including all people, animals and our environment.  In school children and adults are expected to show respect for each other, their belongings and their environment.

Teamwork / Unity - The Bible teaches that life is a gift from God and it is our responsibility to use our talents and abilities in the best way we can.  In school children are taught to value the contribution that everybody makes to the team.

Forgiveness - Forgiveness is the means by which damaged relationships are restored.  It is an act of the will, motivated by love.  Children and adults in school are helped to acknowledge that we all make mistakes and we all need forgiveness from God and each other.

Sprituality

These values form the basis for our collective worship and are a focus for reflection in the classroom.