St Peter's School
Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
About St Peter's School
St Peter’s School is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational secondary school with sixth form in Cambridgeshire, serving students between the ages of 11-18. The secondary school, situated in Huntingdon has approximately 983 students on record.
St Peter’s School was established in 1870 and converted to academy status in 2011.
Values and vision
St Peter’s School’s motto is “Learn, Aspire, Exceed”, and it encourages all students to work to the best of their ability and achieve to the highest of their capabilities in a nurturing and supportive learning environment. The Cambridgeshire secondary school’s vision is to nurture confident, competent individuals who grow into active and engaged citizens, ready for the challenges of a modern and ever-changing society. The school actively promotes diversity and equality and wishes for all students to feel a sense of belonging during their time at the secondary school. Community is at the heart of the school and it promotes a strong partnership between students, parents, staff, Governors and the wider community. St Peter’s School holds a specialist status in Mathematics and Computing. Students are encouraged to get involved with activities outside of the classroom to expand their social, leadership and teamwork skills, along with discovering new hobbies and interests. These range from the Duke of Edinburgh Award to art and sports clubs.
“Overall outcomes show an improving trend in academic and work-related subjects since the last inspection. Retention rates are higher than average. The large majority of students leaving Year 13 this year have secured a place at university”.