Need to talk? New ChatHealth initiative introduced

Children and young people aged 11-19 across the county can now seek confidential advice and support on a range of health and wellbeing issues affecting them at the touch of a button.   It is all thanks to a new text messaging service called ChatHealth, which has been launched by
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Br James Kimpton – 23rd May 1925-5th October 2017

It is with great sadness that I write to tell you that Brother James (Brother Lionel) died peacefully at his home in Sirumalar Children’s Village at Reaching the Unreached at 8.30 pm local time yesterday after a short illness. He had recently contracted a kidney infection and was admi
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ST PETER’S EMERGES TRIUMPHANT

Students eagerly opened their results packs today at St Peter’s and were delighted with the outcomes.   76% of students achieved five or more strong GCSEs (C or above) including English and mathematics.   86% of the 240 students achieved a grade 4 or above in English and 80%
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EUPHORIA AT ST PETER’S A LEVEL RESULTS

St Peter’s Sixth Form students were celebrating again this year on results day. With around 360 exam entries this year, 42% of grades were A* to B and well over three-quarters of results were at grade C or above. One fifth of the grades came in as A* or A. Nine students achieved exclu
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St Peter’s Alumni

      We would like to create a vibrant alumni community – to provide an opportunity for former students and staff to connect with each other, share news, and to keep informed of school developments. We would really appreciate your help to spread the word. Tell your St
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Jimmy’s Iced Coffee – Thursday 3 November, 3.45pm

You are invited to the very first of our TUO Talks – From Tasmanian shores to Tesco stores    
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St Peter’s students excel again

Students and staff were once again celebrating today – this time for the excellent GCSE results. The progress of students at St Peter’s improves every year.   An outstanding 14 students achieved ten or more A* or A grades and a further impressive 27 students achieved 8 or more gr
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Going for gold

St Peter’s Sixth Form students and staff were delighted with the outcomes of their examinations. St Peter’s had 340 examination entries this year and the proportion of grades at the highest levels (A* and A) increased to 22%. That means over one fifth of the results were at this excel
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Further Success

St Peter’s A-Level student Leila Dickinson has had further success with entries for International Poetry Competitions. After winning first place last year in Guernsey’s International Poetry Competition, she was Highly Commended this year with her poem ‘Fire’.   Leila has also bee
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St Peter’s students need your help!

Good luck to our team of six students and two teachers who tonight are holding a 24 hour bike ride, to help raise funds to replace the well used school mountain bikes. St Peter’s is lucky to have a mountain bike track, which is used and enjoyed often using school bikes. The bike
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