St Peter's 13-18
Our Upper Sixth pupils who are leaving St Peter’s this year have fully embraced their time at school and we are delighted by everything they have contributed and achieved.
We are especially proud of how they overcame the challenges faced during the summer term with such positivity and professionalism. They approached a difficult situation with energy and optimism, regarding challenges as an opportunity to develop valuable life skills.
A remote learning programme including bridging courses for university, delivered by our excellent teachers and supported by former pupils, has provided fresh opportunities for our Upper Sixth pupils, equipping them with the skills and knowledge required for the next stage of their journey.
All pupils at St Peter’s have kept fully engaged with school life from home, leading charity initiatives and participating in virtual concerts, sports challenges, virtual debates, art competitions, a literature festival and much more.
Whether our pupils go on to further study or to pursue other passions in life, the extraordinary resilience, flexibility, and enthusiasm that they have demonstrated in recent months and throughout their time at St Peter’s will undoubtedly serve them well. We wish them all the best for the future.
Head Master, Jeremy Walker, said: “I am so proud of this year’s Upper Sixth, not just for how they have responded in recent months but for all their fantastic achievements throughout their time at St Peter’s. There will be many happy memories of their contribution to school life in academics, music, sport and so much more. They are a very special group of young women and men and I am confident they will go on to great success in life and continue to be a vibrant part of the St Peter’s community.”