Pastoral Care

Care of pupils is central to the work that we do at St. Paul's because, if pupils feel supported and safe, then they succeed.

Every pupil joining St Paul's becomes part of a tutor group.  The form tutor will have an overview of the pupils' general and academic progress through the school.  Each year group is led by a Year Leader supported by a Pastoral/Chaplaincy Assistant.

We believe that the relationships which develop through the Pastoral Care system are vital to the happiness, security and personal development of each individual.

We hope that each pupil feels that they have a fundamental role to play in ensuring that their tutor group and year group makes a positive and effective contribution to the life of St Paul's and that they will adopt a sense of pride in the overall success of each activity which the group undertakes both socially and academically. 

Catholic Diocese of Northampton

To find the latest news and more information about the Catholic Diocese of Northampton please visit their website here.

Catholic Association Pilgrimage to Lourdes

The Catholic Association pilgrimage to Lourdes takes place from Friday 23rd to Friday 30th August 2023. Those aged 17 - 25 may be eligible to go as part of the young helper group. Members of staff could also be eligible. You can register your interest on the Catholic Association website here or by emailing

If you'd like to find out more from experienced pilgrims there is a Zoom call on Saturday 16th March at 11am. You can find the link to Zoom here.

If any staff or students are interested please see Mrs Hoskins in A138. 

The Bethany Group - Mass for those with special or additional needs and their families

The Bethany Group is a Diocesan group for those with special or additional needs and their families.

Mass will be celebrated with the Bethany Group at Sacred Heart Parish, Stopsley, Luton LU2 9AY on 17th March, 19th May, 16th June, 21st July, 20th October and 17th December at 3pm.  All are welcome to attend and there will be refreshments after the Mass. You can see a poster here.









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