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

 Please click here for the Year 6 - 7 Virtual Transition Evening

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







Exciting news today!  Three members of the Young St. Vincent de Paul Group at St. Paul’s Academy received Jack Petchey Awards for service to the community. In reality, any of the young Vincentians could have been given the award as they have all shown outstanding service to the school and wider community.

The award winners are Ebele, Navreet and Desmond, seen above with Sister Franca and Miss Malone. They received their awards in a ceremony in the Chapel today. Their achievement was then celebrated with a party.


Sister Franca started the YSVP Group at St. Paul’s four years ago and has been inspiring the group to serve those in need and to pray for the world ever since. Students have fund-raised for CAFOD, SVP, and the homeless amongst others. The students have collected food for the food bank and toiletries for the homeless shelter. The group meets weekly to pray and take action including leading assemblies, preparing awareness and resourcing materials for display around the school.


Alongside their sister organisation, the Justice and Peace Group, the YSVP members have reflected on the environment, poverty, homelessness, and refugees. In the past, the group has visited residents in the local care home, taking time to play games and share stories with the elderly residents. The group has networked with the National SVP Organisation in the Southwark Diocese and had the pleasure of being welcomed by Archbishop John Wilson, who was very impressed with all that they do to promote Gospel Values in the school and in the local community.