You yourselves like living stones are being built up. 1 Peter 2:5


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St Peter’s CE Middle School in Old Windsor welcomed The Earl of Wessex on Thursday 3 March to officially opened a new building for the school.

The Earl spent time meeting school staff and students, members of the local governing body, local councillors, and staff from ODST, the multi-academy trust the school is part of.

St Peter’s launched the new Peacock building – named after a peacock, ‘Henry’, who lived in the school grounds - last April, thanks to a £1.3 million investment by the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. The building is designed to accommodate the school’s expanded Key Stage 2 (Year 5 and 6) intake, which has increased from two to three classes per year in response to rising demand from local families.

At the opening event on Thursday, The Earl of Wessex visited several lessons, including Year 8 English, Year 7 Design and Technology, Year 5 Science and Geography and Year 6 History.  A group of students also performed a song from their school play, Oliver Jnr. His Royal Highness then unveiled a plaque for the new building.

Andy Snipp, St Peter’s Headteacher, said: “This has been a very exciting day for us all. There has been a school on this site since 1725 and we believe that this is the first time we have hosted a member of the Royal Family. His Royal Highness was very kind to give us his time and the students thoroughly enjoyed meeting him and showing him their work. They were all very excited! The significant investment from the Royal Borough, along with the support we continue to receive from our Multi-Academy Trust means that we are now able to offer more student places to families across the local area. The new building houses six classrooms as well as a new library, locker rooms and a meeting room. It was an honour that His Royal Highness could be with us on this wonderful occasion.”




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St Peter’s is a 9-13 years Middle School, situated on the edge of Old Windsor adjacent to rolling hills and Windsor Great Park.  Whilst the majority of our children come from Old Windsor, we draw widely from Windsor First Schools and beyond. St Peter’s is a Church of England School working in partnership with the Oxford Diocesan  Schools Trust. 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.

24 Crimp Hill, Old Windsor, Windsor SL4 2QY Tel:
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Summer 2022

Term 5

Term starts on:    Monday 25th April 2022

Bank holiday:       Monday 2nd May 2022

INSET Day:           Tuesday 3rd May 2022

Term ends on:      Friday 27th May 2022


May holiday:         Monday 30th May 2022 to Monday 6th June 2022


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Term starts on:       Tuesday 7th June 2022

Term ends on: Thursday 21st July 2022

Headteacher: Mr Andy Snipp

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