St Peter's Catholic College
Redcar and Cleveland, United Kingdom
About St Peter's Catholic College
Our vision for St Peter’s Catholic College is of a happy and vibrant learning community where excellence, high aspirations and continued personal improvement are the norm for every student and adult alike.
Outstanding academic performance will be the outcome of an enriched learning journey in which students are exposed to teaching that develops, stretches and challenges their views and understanding of the world around them. Every member of the school community will find an environment in which they can flourish as a whole and complete person.
A successful and engaging extended academy programme will contribute to the character development of every student. The development of the house system will encourage healthy competition and unify students, celebrating their contributions to the curricular and extra-curricular life of the academy. Involvement in sport, music, the arts and community work will be valued in parallel with academic achievements.
Outstanding literacy provision will underpin all planning, allowing students to develop the strongest command of the English Language. For their opinions to be valued in the wider world, students must be strong and effective communicators, capable of expressing themselves eloquently both in writing and orally.
What inspired you to work at this school? The students. They are so kind and polite and they really want to do well. I have taught in numerous school’s but there is something special about St. Peter’s students.- A new employee at St Peter's in Autumn 2017
They believe in me and because of this I have many opportunities open to me in the future.”- A current Year 11 student at St Peter's
“My absolute favourite thing is that although we are not the richest area or the richest school, we still have a rich education.”- A current Year 9 student at St Peter's
“It is down to the dedicated hard working staff at St Peter’s, who have always pushed me to do my best that I am who I am today.”- A summer 2017 Year 11 student leaver