At Saints Peter and Paul we strive to offer an innovative and exciting programme of extended enrichment activities to develop students’ learning opportunities beyond the classroom.
Clubs & Activities
During lunch and each evening there are many activities for students to be involved with. This is an ideal way for students to learn new skills and meet new people.
As a School we are proud of our national reputation for musical performance. We offer the following musical opportunities:
● Jazz Band ● Junior Samba ● Senior Samba (who have performed internationally) ● Orchestra ● Harmony Singers
● Vocaliser ● Piano and keyboard tuition ● Woodwind tuition
● Brass tuition ● Strings tuition ● Guitar and bass tuition ● Drums tuition ● Rock School ● Preparation for Associated Board (Royal School of Music) and Victoria College of Music examinations (instrumental and theory)
Payment schedule for Instrumental Lessons
The cost of lessons is £15.00 per half term or £30 per Term, per instrument.
We have a instrument bank, students can loan an instrument free of charge.
Speak to your class teacher for more information.
Home Study Club
Home study club is available at break time, lunch and after school in the Wilson Centre. It provides the students with a calm, quiet environment to complete their home learning pieces as well as providing access to all the resources in the resource centre to help with their work. With access to computers, books and other resources it is the perfect place for students to progress with their learning.
Duke Of Edinburgh
Saints Peter and Paul students have the opportunity to participate in our successful Duke of Edinburgh award scheme programme. The delivery of the scheme is structured to enable students to progress through each level of the award. Our school hold the licence to be able to offer this to our students within school.
This year due to COVID restrictions only our Year 11 candidates will take part in the Silver Award. This means as they go into further education or training that they can progress to their Gold Award. They will participate in guided walks, independent walks, training and an expedition in Wales in the Summer term.
In each award, students are required to demonstrate a progressive and increased level of commitment to the following sections: volunteering skills, physical recreation, and an expedition. Participation in each of the sections encourages and enables students to develop a range of valued skills and qualities in a challenging, enjoyable, co-operative and supportive environment.
See Mrs Farrell for further information.