Peasedown St John Primary School was built in 1913. It is a large, lively, vibrant school for approximately 600 children aged 2 - 11 years. Our aim is "achieving excellence for ourselves and others" and this vision permeates all that we do.
Children who come to our school receive good teaching and make good progress, but there is much more to it. We provide a wide range of opportunities for children to develop their musical, sporting and language abilities, as well as many other irresistible learning experiences - all designed to make children enjoy their primary school years in an atmosphere where every child can flourish.
During their time with us children are nurtured as individuals. We work hard to develop in them lifelong learning skills and behaviours, as well as self-respect and respect for others. The best way to judge our success in achieving this is by visiting the school and meeting the children.
The school is part of the Midsomer Norton Schools Partnership trust, which we joined in April 2019. This is a large local trust, bringing together a diversity of primary, secondary and special schools to work in the best interests of all the children in our area.