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St Peter's
Catholic School

Latest News

Please find detailed below our latest news and events! 

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  • Exceptional A Level and AS Level Results at St Peter's

    Published 18/08/17

    As ever we are immensely proud of our students and their summer results have exemplified the hard work that our students and teachers have put in.  We are particularly pleased that the cohort have improved immensely on last year, achieving over 65% A*-B in their A levels or equivalents, over 38% achieved an A or A*. 

    A special mention goes to 23 of our students who achieved at least straight A’s in their final results; 23 of whom achieved A*s, that is one in five of our students: Carlos Alvares Arce, Leone-May Ayres, Max Bewsey, Georgina Bonney, Lucy Bromley, Lucy Clark, Alice Corning, Oliver Dudley, Georgina Ewer, Eleanor Frame, James Gavin (4A*s), Nathan Grima, Molly Houston, Finola Mankel, James Marsden, Ben Parslow, James Pugh, Harry Richards, Sam Richardson, Safan Saijeeswaran, Luidas Semeta, Scot Van Breda (3A*s) and Declan Woodhouse.  This has meant that we have had over 95% of our students going to the university of their choice and most of these are going to Russell Group institutions.

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  • A Level Results Photo Gallery

    Published 18/08/17

    Click here to view the A Level results photo gallery

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  • Autumn term

    Published 21/07/17

    We wish you all a lovely relaxing summer holiday and look forward to welcoming our Year 7s, Year 12s and Year 13s on Tuesday 5th September.

    Years 8-11 will be back in school on Wednesday 6th September.

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  • New academic calendar

    Published 21/07/17

    We have updated the school calendar with provisional dates and events, an official version, will be issued in the first week of September.

    Please click here to go straight to the calendar.

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  • Stagecoach will be our new bus provider - see new website page

    Published 21/07/17
    We are delighted to announce that Stagecoach will be our new bus provider. Please refer to our recent Schoolcomms letter for further information by clicking here and see the flier below. Update: Here is the webpage for further infor
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  • New Year 7 SIF available

    Published 20/07/17

    Please note that the new Year 7 Supplementary Information Form is available (see below) for completion by 31st October 2017.

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  • Reminder: school closes on Friday 21st July at 12:25

    Published 20/07/17
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  • New Head Students

    Published 13/07/17

    Our new Head Students were officially appointed at this year's Feast Day Mass.  Congratulations to:

    • Wojoud Al-Anzy
    • Kathryn Brand
    • Milo Collins
    • Keziah Cook
    • Megan Fitzwater
    • Jenna Hill
    • Jenni Sarama
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  • District Sports Success

    Published 05/07/17

    Congratulations to the Year 10 girls for winning District Sports on Wednesday 28th June at the Spectrum. What a great way to finish their last ever competition!

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  • Please note that the Year 13 Leavers' Celebration starts at 10am and not 11am

    Published 04/07/17

    Please see Schoolcomms issued today.

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  • Students learn about Islam in visit to Mosque

    Published 27/06/17

    Year 9 recently visited Shah Jahan Mosque in Woking.  The visit was organised by the RE Department to enhance the learning of Islam, which is currently being studied by Year 9 students.  The visit was of additional importance in preparing students for their RE GCSE, in which Islam is studied as a second religion.

    We were met by Shaykh Naveed Arif (Head of Education at Shah Jahan Mosque) and Mohammed Habib (Manager of Shah Jahan Mosque) who gave an informative talk on the history of the mosque and key aspects of Islam, in particular the five pillars of Islam. They highlighted the origins of beliefs in Islam and helped students appreciate connections between Christianity and Islam.

    During the visit students visited the male prayer hall and the main mosque. They learnt about the features of the mosque and one group was able to observe the midday prayers. Students had the opportunity to ask questions about Islam and our guides helped to dispel some common misunderstandings about the religion. For example, they explained how certain passages in the Qur’an have been taken out of context by some and misused. Many students commented that they learnt a lot during the visit and wished they could have stayed for longer.

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