Year 10 Reports were sent home on the 9th November.

Parents/Carers: Please check your email spam/junk folders for Behaviour Watch entries. Thank you.

Year 7 Baseline Data letter was sent home on Friday 3rd November.

Barclays Event: IT Girls Allowed!


"Do or do not, there is no try" - Yoda

On Friday 10th November ten of our Year 9 girls had the opportunity to visit the Barclays Headquarters in Canary Wharf for the IT Girls Allowed event. We joined 12 other schools and participated in a jam packed day of activities from code breaking to programming robots! Our day started with an introduction from a Barclays’ employee who started at the company as an apprentice after she completed her GCSEs at 16. She now works in the department that handles online banking, fraud prevention and cyber security. Our girls learned about other careers within the company and were impressed to hear that Barclays are committed to encouraging more female employees to join their company especially in the male dominated technology department.

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The first task, “Design the Future Challenge”, was geared at designs that would affect our life in the future. Our girls quickly decided that they would like to incorporate technology within a wheelchair to help users in their everyday life. They worked very well collaboratively to decide on its unique name, features and benefits for the users.


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Danna sketching the prototype   Girls listening to the team challenge instructions


On the second challenge, the girls leanrt about Cyrptography (code breaking) and they worked as a team to decrpyt messages. It was down to the wire when St Paul's girls and the opposing team both scored 14 points so there was a tie break. Thanks to Chelsea's knowledge of Star Wars and Yoda's famous quote: "Do or do not, there is no try", we were successful in clinching the prize for the second challenge!

After a spot of lunch, our girls participated in the Robot challenge where they had to program the robots to do a variety of tasks from moving forward, reversing and also coding the robots to use sensors to guide their path. Even though this might have been the trickiest of the three challenges, in true St Paul's Academy fashion, our girls were relentless in ensuring that they could program the robots to complete the challenge set. 

Overall, it was a fun-filled day where students learnt about job opportunites, team working skills, coding, cryptography and most of all the value of working hard and never giving up! Well done girls!!





#Where's your next Geography classroom?


Here you will find the latest news and information from the Geography department.

Year 8 Twitter Oct 2017

Examination Results 2017


Examination Results – Summer 2017

St Paul's Academy are pleased to report on the successful and well deserved examination results of our students.

The Class of 2017 have achieved a very encouraging set of results and the main headlines are as follows:

- 23% of students achieved the English Baccalaureate qualification

- 68% of the students achieved Grade 4+ in both English & Mathematics

 - 47% of students achieved Grade 5+ in both English & Mathematics

Summer 2017- Top 20 students


Click here to see more about our results.

Well done to the Class of 2017!!

Year 7 Catch up funding

St Paul's Academy was allocated £16,198 in funding as part of the Year 7 Catch-Up Premium Funding Initiative for 2016-2017.

54 students from the current cohort achieved a KS2 Scaled Score below 100 in 2016.

Spending of the Year 7 Catch Up funding included:

  • Provision of dedicated 'progress' classes with a very high teacher: student ratio in English and Maths
  • Students in English 'progress' groups benefit from 4 English lessons a week
  • In class support for Literacy and Numeracy with extra allocated LSA/subject specialist teacher support
  • 1:2:1 LSA support in class for identified students
  • Maths weekly workshop
  • Specialist Dyslexia trained staff (OCR level 5 for teaching learners with Dyslexia)
  • 1:2:1 and small group Literacy intervention
  • 1:2:1 and small group Dyslexia sessions
  • A full time Librarian has been appointed to ensure the Library is bookable by English teachers during lessons to support Literacy
  • Library is stocked with a large number of accessible reading books to support Literacy interventions
  • Homework Clubs
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Here at St Paul’s, we encourage our students to spend at least 1.5 hours every night either completing homework or revising content learnt in lessons.

Outlined below are some of the websites that our students use both within the classroom and also to complete homework or do revision.

Click on the logos to take you to the websites. - Geography​ - Religious Studies


Current School Data

OFSTED Report 2013

OFSTED Inspection of English Department 2010