Uniform Shop

The Uniform Shop will re-open (with appointments for collections only) on Monday 3 August.  In the meantime, parents and carers can order uniform via the online shop, which can be accessed from the Parents and Carers tab at the top of this page.  Parents will be contacted in August with an appointment time to collect orders.  It is not possible to try on clothes on the school premises but items can be exchanged if the packaging is retained, again by appointment only, so please contact the Uniform Shop to arrange this at

Black Lives Matter Statement - June 2020

Bereavement Support - 18th May 2020

Bereavement Support and Resources - 21st April 2020

Year 11 Festival of Futures Transition Resources

At Home Learning Update Letter 29th April 2020

Reading Support Letter 3rd April 2020

Click here to access Spiritual material for families

Parents/Carers - Please read - School Closure letter

Parents/Carers: Letter from the Principal - Home Learning document 


Home Learning information

Home Learning guidance - Year 7 & Year 8


Year 9 Home Learning letter - May 2020

Year 9 Home Learning timetable - May 2020


Year 10 Home Learning letter - May 2020

Year 10 Home Learning timetable - May 2020


KS3 Home Learning documents from Monday 13th July

Year 7 - Home learning tasks (Click here for additional resources for Year 7)

Year 8 - Home learning tasks (Click here for additional resources for Year 8)

 KS3 Summer Home Learning documents from 20th July

Year 7 - Home Learning Summer 2020 (Click here for additional resources for Year 7)

Year 8 - Home Learning Summer 2020 (Click here for additional resources for Year 8)

Coronavirus advice from Public Health England (Please read) - 13 March 2020

2020 GCSE Prep Timetable (updated 17 March 2020)

Parents/Carers - please keep your ParentPay accounts topped-up to ensure your children can buy lunch.


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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