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.


St Paul's community garden


Students still attending school during the COVID 19 pandemic spent time in the garden utilising the rejuvenated space created in the Autumn term by Year 9 volunteers. The grant donated by Jack Petchey has now be put to good use by developing raised beds. We have now been able to purchase seeds to plant in seed trays or on the raised bank by the shed. Students from Year 7 to 10 were able to enjoy the sunshine and the Peace Garden and also contribute to improving the areas biodiversity.


The St Paul’s Academy Peace Garden given a new lease of life by the Year 9 students

Students completed various activities in the garden, including creating a wildflower meadow on the raised bank. This was strenuous work as the ground needed to be raked and water before we planted wild flower species, such as Ox Eye Daisies and Poppies. It is hope they will blossom over the next month to encourage bees and butterflies to the garden. Pictures of Oliver, Jack and Rachel can be seen below in preparing the area and planting the seeds.



Jack raking the soil to water and then plant the wildflower seeds


 Rachael enjoying the use of the outside space and gardening



Jack raking the site located on top of the raised bank underneath the hawthorn trees to create the wildflower meadow

In addition to this activity, the students were able to place seedlings in pots ready to plant in the raised beds when we have place top soil in them. Oliver decided to plant carrots (as seen below) whilst Jack and Rachael choose tomato and chilli peppers.


Oliver placing top soil in pots to plant his carrots seeds


The seed of choice were carrots, chilli peppers and tomatoes


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 Two additional raised beds created by the Duke of Edinburgh students; one for flowers and the other for vegetables

Mr Elderidge helping students to plant vegetable seeds in plant pots


The garden has moved from one that was disused and rundown to one that is now being used by students and staff alike. Please see our future publications and Twitter account for more details of activities continuing in the summer time. I must take this opportunity to thank Jack Petchey for the grant, which has been the catalyst to the transformation in this area. My thanks is extended to all those students who have aided in creating an environment that the school community can use. You are incredible assets to the school.


The students have started the school project to be sustainable in growing their own food. Many thanks to Oliver, Jack (on his first day) and Rachael for being the first of many to plant seeds and maintain the garden. We have now had 40 students be part of enhancing this school environment through volunteering.

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