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  • Last Sixth Form Open Morning - 3rd July

    Published 06/12/17

    Please come along to our next Open Morning on Tuesday 3rd July from 9:30am to 10:30am and see what life is like in our Sixth Form and understand what we can offer you.

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  • Latest Sports Information

    Published 21/06/18

    Please find below this week's sports information.

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  • Year 6 Activity Morning Presentation

    Published 13/06/18

    It was a pleasure to host 160 Year 6 students and their 'Dad' on Saturday 9th June at the Activity Morning. Please find below the pastoral presentation from Mrs Miller, Educational Psychologist.

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  • Reminder: Last tour of the school takes place tomorrow 13/06/2018 at 9:15am

    Published 12/06/18

    There is no need to book a place.

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  • 2018 Sponsored Walk Charities for Feast Day

    Published 08/06/18

    Please see below each tutor group's JustGiving page - just click on the link to donate! All contributions are warmly welcome.

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  • Year 7 District Football Champions!

    Published 24/05/18

    Congratulations to the Year 7 Boys Football team who became Guildford District League Champions yesterday beating Glebelands 4-1 in the final. Ben Mitchell scored a hat-trick and Reece Winter also scored, all the boys were excellent in a dominant performance. 

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  • District Sports News

    Published 17/05/18

    Congratulations to all of our 200 students who represented St Peter's at the annual District Sports competition. They were all amazing!

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  • We look forward to welcoming everyone back to school on Monday 16th April

    Published 13/04/18
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  • Linden Homes open their doors to St Peter’s Year 8 students, to inspire them about  careers in the construction and property sectors

    Published 28/03/18


    17 Year 8 students were treated to a very inspiring insight into the work going on at Linden Homes’ Wellington Grove site in Merrow, followed by presentations to the students from the Managing Director, Department Directors and Management Trainees, with plenty of questions asked by students and note-taking!

    Linden Homes provided an opportunity for students to get ‘hands on’ with a competitive bricklaying activity!  Some walls developed faster than others, but some stayed up longer than others!  


    Philip Chapman, Managing Director for Linden Homes South commented “We employ people with a range of skills to deliver our homes. From our land buying team, design, marketing and sales and of course construction, there are a wide range of careers available. We have specialists overseeing every different stage of the building project and we hope our Open Doors event has shown young people what a company like Linden Homes is all about – and shed light on the various professions that are involved.”

    Mrs Thompson, St Peter’s Careers Co-ordinator added “We are most grateful to Philip and his staff at Linden Homes who have given our Year 8s such an inspirational insight into their sector, helping the students to learn about career entry routes, progression routes and transferable skills which relate to careers in construction and property.”

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  • Stagecoach buses are running late

    Published 28/03/18

    Please accept our sincere apologies that due to a Stagecoach admin error, they thought St Peter’s was closed for INSET today. The buses have now left the depot and will collect all students waiting at the bus stops.


    We recommend parents download the Stagecoach bus app to access the live bus tracking system and sign up for twitter for updates. Information would have been provided when you signed up.


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  • Year 9 Learn about DNA in Science Week

    Published 13/03/18

    An inspiring session for some of our Year 9 students with Emilie from HEON (Higher Education Outreach Network – Surrey University) on Discovering DNA.  Emily has a PhD in cancer research and why some people respond to treatment and others don’t.  She originally did a biology degree and a Masters in cancer biology.

    Students worked in groups to think about what DNA is, how it can become damaged, and what happens when it IS damaged.  Then they had the opportunity to work out what the structure of DNA is, and saw how you can extract the DNA in strawberries! 

    Emilie mentioned the types of careers you can have, where you use DNA, which include becoming a forensic scientist, biologist, biochemist, chemist, archaeologist (looking at ancestry) and a scientific writer!

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  • Friday 2nd March

    Published 01/03/18

    School is open today. All buses are running. All students and staff to wear warm mufti with suitable footwear. We will keep the weather under review and inform of any further updates accordingly.

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