A Church of England Academy (Part of the Three Spires Trust) ‘In everything, do to others what you would have them do to you.’ Matthew 7:12
At St.Peter’s, we pride ourselves on having high aspirations and expectations of students so they can be successful in all aspects of their lives – spiritually, academically, in society, and in the world of work. Our mission is to educate the whole person, so that every student may
be supported to unlock their full God-given potential.
The happiness and safety of all our students is central to everything we do here at St. Peter’s. As a Christian community, we see every pupil as a unique individual and will work tirelessly to ensure they are supported to achieve both socially and academically.
“Teachers are knowledgeable and enthusiastic about their subjects. They share their enthusiasm and knowledge with their pupils. There is a very positive climate for learning within classrooms.” (Ofsted, 2017)
We also have a team of highly trained Safeguarding and Pastoral staff, who keep our students safe, happy and healthy, allowing them to make academic progress and achieve in all areas of their lives.
Our rich and balanced curriculum is carefully designed to ensure it is relevant to the needs and aspirations of all of our students. As pupils progress through the school, they are supported by subject specialists, pastoral leaders and careers advisors, all of whom work hard to ensure our students are successful in their chosen pathways.
Our learning is extended beyond the classroom with our outstanding ‘Enrichment and Enhancement’ programme which allows students to get involved in wider activities such as
sport, Duke of Edinburgh, the Arts and Christian Union. Every student is also given the opportunity to learn a musical instrument and participate in a number of our award-winning ensembles and foreign tours (such as to Belgium, Germany and USA). Sporting activities include frequent local matches and tournaments, sporting tours of Italy and our annual Sports Day at Aldersley Stadium. We are also proud to have a fantastic relationship with the
St.Peter’s is also a partner school with the National Theatre, London, who not only work closely with us to support in class and extra-curricular activities but also bring award-winning productions to our school such as ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time’.
Our long association with St. Peter’s Church in the centre of Wolverhampton allows us all to celebrate Eucharist together on a number of important occasions throughout the year.
Students actively participate in acts of worship every day in school and are encouraged to plan and deliver their own worship sessions from Year 7. We believe this to be a key
part of our commitment to ensuring our students flourish and grow into ‘articulate, mature and responsible’ young adults. (SIAMS, 2017)
If you are looking for a caring and supportive environment which will allow your child to thrive both academically and socially, then come along to our Open Evening to find out what makes our school truly unique. We would be delighted to welcome you into our St. Peter’s family.
More information can be found at www.speters.org.uk
"SAFE, HAPPY, ACHIEVE"