A huge congratulations and well done

A huge congratulations and well done to all the students involved in the numerous performing arts events and shows. We have had two fantastic whole school shows Timewarp in March, lead by Amelia Spencer and Katie Rawlins. The second being our recent Showcase to raise money for Cancer Research, lead by Jessica Bradbury and Alice Porter. They put on an amazing show raising £1000 for Cancer Research. We also has an impressive performance by our KS3 drama club of “I Don’t Want to Talk About It” lead by our yr 13 student Sian Ashton.
A massive thank you for all students involved from out performers to our tech teams! Your dedication is appreciated and keep being amazing!!
Thank you!

Italy Trip Arrives

The Italy trip have arrived safely in the hotel, students have enjoyed an evening meal and are now relaxing in the hotel.

The school mobile phone is currently not sending group texts, we will update the school website and social media.


On 28th June, the following Y9 pupils attended an International Space Challenge event at RAF Cosford.

Alastair Dobbie

Joel Darcy

Sawal Balu

Melody Logan

Shaze Henriques

Priyanka Ajnat

The event is run by Business Language Champions, RAF and the National Space Academy, and aims to provide opportunities for pupils to apply their language skills to STEM subjects and the work of work. The event required teams to design a space hotel to compete with Russia. Pupils had to source materials in Spanish and they made a model with different materials for their design, then present the engineering aspect of their project in English, followed by a marketing presentation for their hotel design in Spanish. Although the team didn’t win, Joel Darcy was recognised for his level of spoken Spanish with a certificate. The pupils were also able to enjoy a Russian taster session.

We have not attended this event before so they showed great courage in representing the school for the first time. We very much look forward to hosting an exciting event at S. Peter’s in the Autumn term, and hope that pupils will see the opportunities that additional languages bring to a wide range of careers.


Summer Newsletter

Here we are rapidly approaching the end of the academic year. Read the School newsletter for a look back on all we have experienced these last few weeks.

Group Visit local Businesses

Mrs Roberts-Thomas’s year 9 Business group visited businesses located on Tettenhall High Street to develop a deeper understanding of how businesses operate.
Students were able to enrich their learning experience and equip them with the skills that they will value and take with them beyond the classroom.

NHS England Director talk

We are delighted to welcome Professor Stephen Powis, National Medical Director of NHS England to talk to and answer questions from our Sixth Form and Year 10 students.


‘The Lost Words’

Yr 7’s joined with Yr 6’s from St Jude’s and celebrated a shared project inspired by ‘The Lost Words’, Hay Festival’s 2017 book of the year!

Here are some photos of the event held at S.Peter’s


Ryman national enterprise challenge grand final

On Wednesday 4th July, three year 9 students represented S. Peter’s in the Ryman National Enterprise Challenge Grand Finals at the International Centre in Telford.


St Peter’s Day Arrangements 29/06/2018

On Friday 29th June, our school community will celebrate the feast of St Peter with Eucharist Services at S Peter’s Collegiate Church.

The arrangements are as follows: