St Paul's Catholic School

St Paul's Catholic School
St Paul's student throwing shot

School will close today (18 July) at 2.45pm and will re-open for pupils on Wednesday 3 September.  The school office will be open from Monday 18 August each day between 9.30am and 2.30pm.
GCE Results Day - Pupils can collect A level results from 9.30am on Thursday 14 August
Pupils can collect AS level results from 10.30am on Thursday 14 August
GCSE Results Day - Pupils can collect GCSE results from 10.00am on Thursday 21 August 

School Uniform - Please note that uniform cannot be purchased from the school office.  The School Shop will be open on Saturday 19th July between 10.00am and 1.00pm and again on Monday 1st and Tuesday 2nd September between 10.00am and 1.00pm 

World Challenge 2014 

Follow this link for updates on the World Challengers' trip to Peru. This is a work in progress and updates will be added when they have access to the internet.

Interested in becoming a secondary school teacher?  

Welcome to St Paul's

Pupils and students fulfil the school's mission to 'fulfil your ministry' and contribute to its culture of achievement.

OfSTED report

Love. Serve. Do the best that is possible.

The words of St Paul, on which the Mission of the school is based, mean that we are committed to the care of pupils and the success of every pupil in a way that is rooted in the values of the gospel.

St Paul's HeadWe expect pupils to set themselves high standards in their work, their extra-curricular activities and their relationships with others. We challenge them to do so and support them so that they will achieve. We do this to enable them to make the most of the opportunities offered by St Paul's and to lay the foundations of success and personal development.

We are fortunate in having a well equipped, modern school and we are determined that St Paul's will be second to none in the quality of its staff, curriculum and teaching and learning.

We work together with parents to develop the gifts possessed by the children, so that he or she is prepared to take a place in the adult world confidently.

For information about the process of applying for a place, visit the Admissions page.

Mr Michael Manley