St Peter’s is firmly established as one of Manchester’s most successful high schools.
St Peter's is an established Roman Catholic high school providing excellent pupil care, high quality teaching and strong academic results. We offer our pupils numerous opportunities to fulfil their potential and develop their unique individual talents, through a range of extra-curricular activities such as sports. Indeed, St Peter's regularly achieves sporting success at local, regional and national level.
St Peter's is an inclusive school. We work closely with our partner primary schools to support pupils in the transfer to high school; at St Peter's we give pupils every assistance and encouragement to succeed and to proceed to one of our partner sixth form colleges, Loreto or Xaverian, before they move to university or the world of work.
As Headteacher, it is a privilege to lead such a thriving learning community where staff, governors, pupils and their parents/carers work together towards a common goal: achieving excellence in everything that we do.
Mr S Gabriel
As part of the Gifted and Talented booster sessions last year, our pupils entered the Young Writers ‘Spine-Chillers – Into The Dark’ short story competition. Ten of our pupils were selected among the best nationally and are to have their work published in an anthology.
The Mercy Door represents the Holy Door in the Vatican, which is traditionally opened during a Jubilee Year and is a place of Pilgrimage, was blessed by Bishop John Arnold and will visit all 208 Diocesan schools.
As a school, we have been following a TEEP cycle, which breaks lessons down into six parts so that we have the opportunity to get the best out of our learning. Teachers have been focusing on making them more interesting and exciting and preparing pupils to be more independent learners.