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Website: http://www.st-peters.aberdeen.sch.uk/

St Peter's RC Primary School is a Catholic primary school in Aberdeen, Scotland. Its Head Teacher is Mrs Jo Martin and the school educates around 180 pupils in seven classes. More information...

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