S. Peters Collegiate School
Welcome to S. Peter’s Collegiate School
Our Academy seeks to be a worshipping Christian community built on agape (unconditional love), courage, trust and forgiveness. Our mission is to educate the whole person, so that each may be enabled to unlock their full God-given potential.
We are an 11-18 Church of England Academy which has served the community of Wolverhampton since the school was founded in 1844. This is a highly successful Academy where Christian values are at the heart of everything we do. Our much loved family school embraces innovative teaching and learning within a caring, loving and secure environment. Our continually evolving outstanding curriculum offers breadth, choice and flexibility to provide an enjoyable and stimulating experience for all our students. It is firmly rooted in the Christian Gospel and embraces tolerance and respect for all other religious traditions represented in Wolverhampton. We strive to ensure that every student is encouraged to unlock their God-given potential and we would be delighted if you were to choose S. Peter’s for your child’s secondary education.
S. Peter’s aims to provide a curriculum which is relevant to the needs and aspirations of all our students and which engages students’ interest and commitment. The curriculum is enriched by an excellent careers education and guidance programme, which makes a significant contribution to preparing students thoroughly for the world of work.
The school has identified core Christian values which are at the heart of what we are about as a Church of England faith school: Love (Agape), courage and perseverance, compassion, faith, hope and trust, forgiveness, friendship and community and humility. Although we are a Christian school we consider it extremely important that students of all religious backgrounds are valued.
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St Peter’s Collegiate School
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|St Peter’s Collegiate School|
Compton Road West
|Religious affiliation(s)||Church of England|
|Local authority||Wolverhampton City Council|
|Department for Education URN||138852 Tables|
|Age||11 to 18|
|Enrolment||1,019 as of April 2016 [update]|
St Peter’s Collegiate School is a mixed Church of England secondary school and sixth form located in the Compton area of Wolverhampton in the West Midlands of England.  The school is named after Saint Peter , one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus Christ .
The school was established in 1844 and maintains strong links with St Peter’s Collegiate Church . St Peter’s Collegiate School became a voluntary aided school as a result of the Education Act 1944 . In 2012 the school converted to academy status . The school is administered by the Diocese of Lichfield .
St Peter’s Collegiate School offers GCSEs and BTECs as programmes of study for pupils, while students in the sixth form have the option to study from a range of A-levels and further BTECs.
Notable former pupils[ edit ]
- Don Howe , former football player, coach, manager and pundit
- Eluned Parrott , Liberal Democrat politician
- Hugh Porter , former cyclist
- Arthur Rowley , former football and cricket player
- Liam Payne , singer, former member of One Direction
- Mike Perkins , artist, Marvel Comics
- Tom Parry , comedian and member of Pappy’s
- Ben Godfrey , Reporter and Presenter, BBC Midlands Today
References[ edit ]
- ^ http://www.speters.org.uk/
External links[ edit ]
- St Peter’s Collegiate School official website
Coordinates : 52°35′30″N 2°09′30″W / 52.5918°N 2.1584°W
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