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Catholic School

Latest News

Please find detailed below our latest news and events! 

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  • Year 9 Music Recital

    Published 30/06/20

    The Music Department is proud to present this Year 9 Music Recital, which is an amazing achievement by members of the group after such a short time. Please follow the link and enjoy approx 20 minutes of entertainment. There will be a second recital next week!

    Stay safe and healthy!

    From Mrs Sprague and Mrs Hanford

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  • A tune a day in lockdown from St Peter's students

    Published 08/06/20

    Linda Sprague, our Head of Music, is delighted to announce that our talented students have been busy performing and composing some exceptional new pieces during these extraordinary times. Click on this news article  every day to hear something new!

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  • PPE Project Update - Video

    Published 27/04/20

    Thank you to everyone who has supported our PPE Project. We are delighted that the production of visors  and scrubs are all underway and are being distributed directly to the people who desperately need these items.

    Please click here to see our thank you video and feel free to share the link with anyone you know who has supported the appeal.

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  • St Peter’s PPE Fundraising Appeal Update

    Published 22/04/20

    Further to our recent fundraising appeal, we are extremely proud to announce that a total of £21,507 has been donated. 

    Our initial target of £1000 was surpassed within less than 20 minutes! News of our fundraising efforts were shared throughout the St Peter’s network and financial contributions were pledged from current and former parents, staff and students; as well as numerous messages of support and offers of help.  This remarkable achievement has truly demonstrated what ‘Christ to all’ really means within our community.

    The funds will enable additional raw materials and equipment to be purchased which will significantly support an increase of production and help to meet the demand for the essential face shields and hospital scrubs.

    St Peter’s is managing all of the production and logistics in-house; it has been strategically planned to distribute the initial batches of face shields and scrubs to the most needed frontline staff in care homes, medical centres, local charities and community-based services, as well as our local hospitals including Royal Surrey, Frimley Park and Milford Hospital.

    If you are part of an organisation that is in acute need of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), please contact us via email using our dedicated address: with your requirements.

    Thank you again to everyone who has contributed to this vital mission. Keep safe.

    God bless,

    Toby Miller


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  • Please help to fundraise money today for St Peter's NHS medical grade face masks

    Published 14/04/20

    Please click here to read the article and contribute if you can.

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    Published 20/03/20

    Please find attached a document outlining the expectations and instructions for home study over the next few weeks whilst the school is closed.  It is really important that students get straight into good habits in terms of structuring their day, working with purpose and organising themselves accordingly.  All students have had a short briefing about this and will be expecting to go through the document with you.

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  • Coronavirus Update

    Published 13/03/20

    Please see the latest Schoolcomms from Mr Miller below.

    All previous whole school emails regarding the coronavirus can be found here.

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    Published 11/03/20

    due to foreseen circumstances, the event will be re-arranged ASAP. 

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  • Our Year 7 Girls' Basketball Champions!

    Published 16/01/20

    Congratulations to our (very newly formed) Year 7 girls' basketball team won the Guildford District basketball tournament last night, after winning every game! It was their first experience playing together and they are very proud of themselves! 

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