Welcome to St Peter's Catholic School
Welcome to our website which I hope will give you a flavour of what St Peter’s Catholic School is about. We are a school intent on securing the very best in whole life learning for every child.
“Who each child will be when they leave St Peter’s”.
We ask the question, “Are our pupils getting the best experience we can give them?” As a Catholic School, we are committed to our Gospel Values, which are evident in all we do, to achieve both academic and pastoral excellence.
As I enter my last two weeks I still feel fortunate and privileged to be the Headteacher here at St Peter’s with a staff dedicated to working towards aspirational academic achievements for everyone, ensuring positive outcomes for all our pupils. I am really excited to be working with our new Headteacher, Mr Stuart Shelton who is returning to St Peters having once been a pupil at the school to ensure transition is smooth and successful.
Mrs M. E. Murphy
School closes at 12.30pm on Thursday 21st July 2022 for the summer holiday. We wish you all a restful break.
Results Day Information
Please join us for our annual careers convention on the 24th March, for students in years 9 to 13 and their parents/guardians. This evening will offer you the chance to meet over 50 businesses, universities, apprenticeship providers and industry specialists. There will also be apprenticeship talks happening throughout the evening. Please click here to view the Poster To register your interest, please click Forms
Year 9 Pathways
Wednesday 13th January should be Y9 Parents’ Consultation Evening Thursday 20th January should be Y9 Pathways Information Evening Y9 Pathways 2022 Information about Y9 Pathways 2022 can be found in this booklet put here and on the following video presentations Year 9 Options. Completed Pathways forms put here must be submitted by 9.00 Monday 28th February 2022
Government Guidance for parents and carers on the vaccination programme for young people aged 12 to 15
This autumn, all young people aged 12 to 15 are being offered a first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Public Health England has updated its page of resources for young people and their families with answers to some frequently asked questions.