Important Information

Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on Monday 4 January regarding national school closures, the Academy is closed to the majority of students.

In line with Government instructions we are currently only open to vulnerable students and the children of keyworkers, as well as students who are unable to access remote learning. If your child fulfils one or more of the criteria and you wish to request your child to be on site for their learning please email the Vice Principal, Emily Tudor emily.tudor@stpauls.greenwich.sch.uk 

For details of the Academy’s remote learning provision please click on the remote learning tab at the top of this page.


Letter from the Principal - January 2021


Morning and Evening prayers for reflection - Lent 2021


 

Congratulations to the Class of 2020!

Well done to all our Year 11 students on the wonderful results achieved for their GCSE exams. We wish them all the best for the future.

Please see our headlines below:

  • 80% of students achieved a grade 4 or above in both English and Mathematics
  • 61% of students achieved a grade 5 or above in both English and Mathematics
  • 84% of students achieved a grade 4 or better and 66% of students achieved a grade 5 or better in English
  • 86% of students achieved a grade 4 or better and 74% of students achieved a grade 5 or better in Mathematics
  • English Baccalaureate Average Point Score has increased to 4.44
  • Attainment 8 score has increased to 51.12
  • Progress 8 score has increased to +0.21 which places us in the above average category for schools nationally

Click here to view our Examination Results booklet 2020

 

 

Performance

In addition to fulfilling its academic and vocational obligations the Saint Paul's philosophy and practice are based upon a series of simple truths that shall be communicated to the students at all times:

 

  • Success at any time and at any level takes hard work; 
  • One's conduct and actions influence and affect others;
  • Responsibility fosters self-reliance, diligence and resourcefulness;
  • Self management encourages routines for work and the need for forward planning;
  • Good behaviour and performance brings rewards;
  • One has the capability to manage one's own learning and to learn more than one believes is possible;
  • Standards relate to everyone, irrespective of ability, and much satisfaction is derived when they are met.

Our students are tomorrow's parents, workers, employers and teachers. How we treat them now determines how effective they shall be in their future roles

We consider it to be critical that the attitudes and approaches we develop at the Academy will help the students grow to become responsible and caring human beings. We will continually consult with our parents to gain their support and understanding for our work so we can achieve our common aims.