Retreat Day

On Wednesday 8BA had their Retreat Day. During this workshop, a representative from CAFOD (Catholic Agency For Overseas Development) came to talk to us about the charity which is there to help those countries that are in need; such places like Syria, where many refugees have fled the
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ST PETER’S TRIUMPHS AGAIN

Results Day at St Peter’s was another occasion of joy and delight. Students and staff were unsure what to expect given the seismic changes in GCSE syllabuses and the way learning is assessed this year, however, their fears were unfounded as seen in the key success measures, which were
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TEARS OF JOY AT ST PETER’S

Students and staff at St Peter’s School celebrated another hugely successful year of Sixth Form results this morning.  One student achieved the top grades he required to take up his place at Oxford University and another for his place at the London School of Economics. Despite the vol
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International Women in Engineering Day

Six Year 8 students visited the RNLI headquarters in Poole with Mr Downes, the Careers Leader, to celebrate International Women in Engineering Day. During the day they enjoyed a tour, took part in many different workshops and competed in challenges against other schools. On arrival at
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First Place and a Distinction

We are very proud of the 20 St Peter’s school choir students who competed yesterday in the Bournemouth Music Competition Festival. They entered the show choir category and were awarded 1st Place and a Distinction. We thoroughly enjoyed it and will be entering further festivals next ye
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THE DIANA AWARD – ANTI-BULLYING

Twelve of our Pastoral Prefects were chosen to take part in The Diana Award Anti-bullying Ambassador Training at Poole High School with other children and young people from schools across Bournemouth and Poole. The day began with an introduction to the Diana Award and what it was. We
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News of Past Pupils

Some progress has been made towards dissolving the Past Pupils’ Association. However, the Committee is still at the stage of discussing such matters as procedure and how we will dispose of our funds. The final word will rest with you, the members, as you have to be consulted. This wil
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Primary News

[envira-gallery id=”8003″] Things have been as busy and exciting as always in the Primary Phase. The Spring Term has seen the completion of our Building Project and we are so delighted with the results. Matt, Neil and the entire Seascape team have done a fantastic job, cre
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RTU visit

[envira-gallery id=”7977″]During the February half term holiday my wife and I were blessed to visit Reaching the Unreached (RTU) in Tamil Nadu, India. I had heard and read such a lot about the colossal breadth of work undertaken by RTU; the marvel for us was we could see t
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STEM Club

This year in STEM Club the teams have been meeting weekly and working hard to identify some of the poorest countries around the world and some of the issues they may face, with the purpose of creating solutions to solving some of their problems. Ideas include a ‘smart sheet̵
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