Outstanding Resilience and Hard Work


News - 25th Aug 2022

St. Peter’s Students – Outstanding Resilience and Hard Work

The class of 2022 have continued St. Peter’s long-standing tradition of high performance.  The excellent standards have been achieved against the backdrop of Covid-19 disruptions, making the students’ achievements all the more extraordinary.

  • Exceptional progress has been made by many students.  Amongst those making the most notable progress are:

Ruby, Ashlee, Imogen, Max, Emily, Hannah, Kate, Lara, Jacob and Megan.

  • Some of the other stories of success are:

Sandy attaining nine grade 9s and one grade 8
Megan, Kate and Lydia all attaining seven grade 9s and two grade 8s
Sam and Martha both attaining six grade 9s and two grade 8s

Phil Randall, Headteacher said:

“These results are down to the students dedication and working closely with our incredible teams of highly committed and skilful staff.

Students have shown outstanding resilience and hard work.  They have coped more than admirably with the uncertainty and anxieties, not only of exams but of all that Covid-19 has thrown at them.

As a community we have kept our vision and ethos at the heart of our approaches through these challenging times and it is wonderful to see students take their next steps onto college and sixth form courses, apprenticeships and employment.

The students of 2022 are a terrific bunch of characters who I have no doubt will use their experiences for the greater good and continue to make the world a better place.

Parents and carers also deserve a huge thank you - they too have shown great flexibility and resilience, encouraging their children through these incredibly tough times.  I trust they will be delighted and possibly relieved at today’s excellent outcomes.”

The Venerable Andrew Beane, Chair of Governors writes:

"St Peter's exam results reflect the hard work, dedication and commitment of students, teachers and the wider school community.  Our wonderful Year 11s have had the most challenging of times yet have still shown that they are reaching their full potential.  We hope and pray for them all as they move onto the next stage of their education knowing that they are so much more than just their grades and we are thankful for their contribution to the life of St Peter's in so many different ways."  

Staff have been on site today to support students with their next steps.  Previous communications have also provided information in order that every student gets on to their best future pathway.  Please do use these contacts to support you.

Phil Randall