Black Lives Matter Statement - June 2020

Bereavement Support - 18th May 2020

Bereavement Support and Resources - 21st April 2020

Year 11 Festival of Futures Transition Resources

At Home Learning Update Letter 29th April 2020

Reading Support Letter 3rd April 2020

Click here to access Spiritual material for families

Parents/Carers - Please read - School Closure letter

Parents/Carers: Letter from the Principal - Home Learning document 


Home Learning information

Home Learning guidance - Year 7 & Year 8


Year 9 Home Learning letter - May 2020

Year 9 Home Learning timetable - May 2020


Year 10 Home Learning letter - May 2020

Year 10 Home Learning timetable - May 2020


KS3 Home Learning documents from Monday 29th June - 10th July

Year 7 - Home learning tasks (Click here for additional resources for Year 7)

Year 8 - Home learning tasks (Click here for additional resources for Year 8)



Coronavirus advice from Public Health England (Please read) - 13 March 2020

2020 GCSE Prep Timetable (updated 17 March 2020)

Parents/Carers - please keep your ParentPay accounts topped-up to ensure your children can buy lunch.



Enterprise Education is about raising students’ aspirations and developing valuable skills for further education and employment in a range of activities.

Enterprise Education allows many young people a chance to achieve in ways they never thought were possible and it allows them to engage with people they would never normally meet. Our enterprise activities always focus on fundraising and the generosity of our community is astounding, as are the ideas our students come up with to raise money. 




Plaque presented to the Head of School for £175,000 on behalf of the students and staff of St Paul's Academy.

Since becoming an Academy in September 2005, we have supported numerous charities, organisations and local fund raising initiatives.

Thank you to all members of staff and students for their enthusiasm, time, commitment and generosity, which can always be relied on for any fundraising activities and events.


To date, we have raised in excess of

At our Christmas and Easter Fayres, you can expect to see food from around the world, home-made soap, jewellery, Christmas decorations and many other products made by students and their families. Every year, Year 7 are challenged with ‘Flourishing Fivers’; they are given £5 and have to see how much money they can make from this original sum. Some activities have become annual events, including the Christmas Fun Run, the Rowathon, numerous raffles, car washing and plant sales. 


We very much pride ourselves on the range of local, national and international charities we have supported through enterprise activities, again reflecting our commitment to Gospel values. Very often, we support a charity as a result of some direct link to members of our community and this means that students are involved on a personal level. Some of the charities we support are:

  • Sister Ann and her educational work in Kenya
  • Greenwich & Bexley Cottage Hospice
  • The Teenage Cancer Trust
  • Thamesmead Food Bank
  • Anerley Across, which takes disabled children to Lourdes
  • Shooting Star, CHASE, a Children’s Hospice
  • Weybourne Care Home for the elderly
  • Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital
  • Royal Marsden Hospital, Sutton