Important Information


Saturday 2nd October 9am to 12noon

The Principal, Miss Malone, will speak at 9:30am and 10:30am


Thursday 7 October 10am – 11.15am
Thursday 14 October 10am – 11.15am
Thursday 21 October 10am – 11.15am
Tours start at 10am - Last entry at 10:30am
The Principal, Miss Malone, will speak at 10:45am

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Congratulations to the Class of 2021!

Well done to all our Year 11 students on the wonderful results achieved for their GCSE exams. We wish them all the best for the future.

Please see our headlines below

  • 73% of students achieved a grade 4 [standard pass] or above in both English and Mathematics
  • 83% of students achieved a grade 4 [standard pass] or better in English
  • 78% of students achieved a grade 4 [standard pass] or better in Mathematics
  • English Baccalaureate Average Point Score is 4.21
  • Attainment 8 score is 49.07
  • Our Progress 8 score continues to be positive which places us in the above average category for schools nationally

Click here to view our Examination Results booklet 2021



Year 9 - Serving the Community


On a cold day in January Year 9 students took time out of their school studies to give back to their local community. The first task assigned to them was to collect rubbish from the fringes of school grounds that had gathered over the course of the year. This meant that they could check on the newly planted tree saplings donated by Woodlands Trust. This is an initiative by the school to improve the biodiversity of the grounds and enhance the wildlife corridors for mammals through hedges.



 Year 9 collecting rubbish and checking on the tree saplings that run adjacent to Finchale Road


 The bags of rubbish collect from around the area of the local shops


 Year 9 girls collecting rubbish and recycling plastic on the green spaces near the playground

It is hoped that the school can provide care for the community on a regular basis in the future, as part of being community stewards and supporting internal initiaitives, such as the Duke of Edinburgh and BTEC Citizenship Awards. Once again the students who gave up there time were ambassadors for the school and assets for their local community.


 Mohammed collecting litter from the pavement alongside the school on Finchale Road


The Year 9 St Paul’s Academy students recycled plastic waste and collected rubbish in the local community


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