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Most documents on this site are downloadable and printable directly from the page. However, please get in touch with the school if you have any issues obtaining a copy.
On this page, you will find several documents to help you apply for a place at St Peter's. Parents can apply for any school in any local authority, but they have to do it via their home local authority. When applying for a place in a school that is not in your home local authority, parents should check whether there are any additional supplementary forms to be completed, which would only be available from the school or the Local Authority in which the school is located. As a faith school, please be mindful that, when completing the documentation, it is crucial to complete a Supplementary Faith Form, provide evidence of your child's Baptism, and return this to the school before the deadline. For admissions in September 2024, this deadline is 31st October 2023. Please note that the school will be closed for half term from Monday 23rd October to Friday 27th October and will open again on Monday 30th October. Therefore, the final day for handing in a Supplementary Faith Form and obtaining a receipt from the school will be Tuesday, 31st October. If you fail to complete a Supplementary Faith Form (including Baptism evidence) and return this to the school before the deadline date, it will result in your application being considered against lower criteria, as the Governing Body will have no information to assess your application.
Appeals for the typical year of entry (Year 7) are arranged each year generally according to the following timetable. The dates may vary depending on whether the offer date falls on a weekend and may also differ slightly from those given by each of the Local Authorities:
- Secondary offer date: 1 March
- Appeals to be lodged by 30 March
- Appeals to be heard: 18 June or soon after
Appeals will be heard as soon as reasonably practicable following the appeal deadline. Appeals resulting from in-year admission applications will be heard on a date to be arranged within 30 school days of the appeal form being received by the Education Department at the Archdiocese or as soon as possible after that.
Liverpool Archdiocese Admissions and Appeals: Admissions and appeals - Appealing for a school place (liverpoolcatholic.org.uk)
Submit an Appeal: Appealing for a School Place · ChurchSuite Forms
For advice for parents and guardians on school admission appeals, please see the following link:
Secondary School Admissions page:
Wigan Council Admission Portal:
Supplementary Church Forms:
The following documents guide how to conduct yourself in examinations, prepare the coursework for some exams and when work is being done under “Controlled Assessment” conditions.
Results will be available as follows:
|Exam Season||Date of Results|
|Summer||22nd August 2024|
Pupils achieving a good pass in English and Maths – 65.9%
Pupils achieving a standard pass in English and Maths – 82.4%
Pupils entering the English Baccalaureate – 17.6%
Pupils achieving a good pass in the English Baccalaureate – 15.6%
Pupils achieving a standard pass in the English Baccalaureate – 16.6%
Attainment 8 – 56.80
Student destinations (pupils continuing in education, training or employment) – 100%
Pupils achieving a 5+ (strong pass) in English and Maths – 60.5%
Pupils achieving a 4+ in English and Maths – 80%
Pupils entering the English Baccalaureate – 20.1%
Pupils achieving a 5+ (strong pass) in the English Baccalaureate – 10.2%
Pupils achieving a 4+ in the English Baccalaureate – 11.7%
Progress 8 - No Progress 8 in 2021
Attainment 8 – 59.15
Pupils achieving a good pass in English and Maths – 65.8%
Pupils achieving a standard pass in English and Maths – 85.9%
Pupils entering the English Baccalaureate – 20.1%
Pupils achieving a good pass in the English Baccalaureate – 18.5%
Pupils achieving a standard pass in the English Baccalaureate – 20.1%
Attainment 8 – 57.46
Student destinations (pupils continuing in education, training or employment) – 99.5%
At St Peter's, we aim to protect the data of our staff, students, parents, carers and others whose data we collect and process under the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). Below you'll find relevant documentation and policies related to data protection and privacy.
SAR (Subject Access Requests) and FOI (Freedom Of Information) Requests
To submit a SAR or FOI request, you must fill in the appropriate form, the links to which are below.
Please make sure you provide as much detail as possible so we can respond to your request as quickly and as efficiently as possible.
You can submit a Subject Access Request HERE
You can submit a Freedom of Information Request HERE
Our Data Protection Officer is:
Judicium Consulting Ltd
72 Cannon St
Tel: 0203 326 9174
Below are the current policies for St Peter's Catholic High School available for public viewing as required by OFSTED. You may browse the documents on this site or download them for your convenience.
Below you will find documents relating to Pupil Premium at St Peter's. These documents can be viewed online or downloaded and printed at your convenience.
These documents will be updated annually.
St Peter’s Catholic High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting children’s and young people’s welfare and expects all staff and volunteers to share in this commitment. We are fully committed to ensuring that consistent, effective safeguarding procedures are in place to support families, children and staff at school.
The Designated Safeguarding Lead is Mr N Ashton.
The Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead is Mr I Bromelow.
If you have any serious concerns about your child or any other pupil at St Peter’s Catholic High School, please do not hesitate to contact the Designated Person for Child Protection.
For the best interests of all our children, we use the following safeguarding measures:
All staff are regularly trained in how to deal with child protection concerns. Our Safeguarding Policies are available on the school website. Staff will immediately report any causes for concern to the Designated Person for Child Protection.
Please see the Policies tab for the SEND Policy.
Wigan Local Offer provides information on services which could support children and young people with SEN:
The Autism Pathway and Service work with schools, teachers and parents to help support children with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC); you will find further information at the link below:
Or if you prefer to speak to someone, please call the Wigan SENDS team on 01942 486136
The DfE requires all LA-maintained schools to publish annually on their websites the number of individuals (if any) earning over £100K in £10K bandings (1 Jan 2023).
There are currently no members of staff who fall into this category.