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St Peter`s High School & Technology College
Southminster Road, CM0 8QB, UK Burnham-on-Crouch
+44 (0)1621 782377

School Logo

St Peter's subscribes to SAM Learning, an excellent revision and test site for students. Every student has their own login to the site and because it is accessible from the Internet it can be used in school or at home.

To log in go to, enter the Centre ID CM0SP2. Username and password are the same and are the students date of birth followed by their initials. Date of birth should be in the format ddmmyy. So, an example would be 121795TG. If you experience any difficulties please contact the school.


Success Through Inspiration

St Peter’s Sixth Form offers a caring, positive and challenging environment with a committed and experienced teaching staff. Class sizes are small which allows for more student participation and closer monitoring. Many St Peter’s students go on to further or higher education at colleges or universities. With newly refurbished facilities, including the common room, study room with IT facilities as well as designated area in the library, students are encouraged to use any free time for private study.

Here at St Peter’s Sixth Form we focus on each student’s individual ability and aim to ensure our courses meet their needs. We are constantly updating the choice of courses to meet student demand.
Currently there are three pathways of study:
1. ACADEMIC ROUTE (2 years)
• 4 AS Subjects in Yr 12
• 3 or 4 A2 Subjects in Yr 13
• 1 or 2 AS Subjects + Vocational Course at either Level 2
or Level 3
• Level 2 BTEC Course + GCSE Resits

All students will be assigned a Personal Mentor who will set and review targets as well as monitor attendance on a regular basis. Regular reports and parents’ meetings develop the home-school partnership essential for success. Sixth Formers have a busy academic schedule but are encouraged to develop as individuals and contribute fully to school life, including acting as mentors to younger students in the school. As part of Sixth Form experience, students will take part in a number of enrichment activities, including the Mock Parliament Competition and Community Challenge. Participation in these activities is recognized by the ASDAN UNIVERSITIES AWARD, for which ‘points’ are allocated by most universities, enabling this to be credited towards higher education entry.


All Weather Pitch

St Peter's is very fortunate to have its own 'Astro Turf' playing surface. The full size football pitch is floodlit and can be used all year round. During school hours the pitch is used by PE classes. At other times the pitch is available for private hire.

If you wish to hire any of our facilities please do not hesitate to contact the school to discuss your requirements.

Sports Facilities

All of our sports facilities are available for private hire. Prices are listed below, to discuss availability please do not hesitate to contact the school.

Classrooms and Halls

Our classrooms, common rooms and function halls are all available for private hire. Prices are listed below, to discuss availability please do not hesitate to contact the school.



In September 2004 the Pastoral system at St Peter’s was re-structured. The schools main focus is to raise the achievement of all students by tracking and monitoring their progress. It is also essential that students attend school with the correct behaviour for learning.

For parents the first port of call is the Pastoral Support Manager (PSM). They oversee two-year groups within the school and will deal initially with all parental concerns and contacts. The PSM will contact parents on the first day of their child’s absence if they have not heard from the parent of a student’s absence. They also oversee admissions to the school, investigate incidents of poor behaviour for learning, contact parents regarding attendance or progress concerns and liaise with outside agencies to support your child’s learning.

Each year group within the school has a Lead Learning Mentor. This member of staff will monitor your child's achievement against their predicted grades and work with teaching staff and the students if areas of underachievement arise. They will also deal with behaviour issues that the Pastoral Support Manager feels are persistent or having a significant impact on a students learning.

The Achievement Director has a key strategic role within the school. They will work with two year groups within the school and monitor the work of the Lead Learning Mentor. The Achievement Director oversees the tracking and monitoring of students and will work with parents to address any areas of a students behaviour or attitude that are impacting on their academic achievement.

The work of the Pastoral team is monitored and directed by the Assistant Headteacher; Students.

Mentor Groups

Your child will be placed in a mentor group on admission to the school. This group will consist of Year 7 pupils and will meet with the mentor each day. The mentor will monitor the student closely during mentor period and lead the group in activities to aid learning and student achievement. Mentors and parents can communicate weekly via the school planner, which is the prime source of communication between staff and parents.

Mentor groups are organised after close liaison with our feeder primary schools. This ensures that our students feel settled. Interviews are held with parents during the summer term to aid transition.

The mentor is the first point of contact on most occasions regarding students’ welfare. If parents have a concern regarding students’ progress or a serious pastoral issue please contact the Pastoral Support Manager at the earliest opportunity to enable the school to resolve your concern as soon as possible.


Our school uniform policy requires on the support of parents. However, the ‘contract’ between the school and parents makes it clear that parents are obliged to provide the required school uniform as set out below. All students are required to wear regulation PE uniform for all PE and Sports which must be purchased from the official school suppliers.

Students are expected to wear their uniform with pride. Students are to travel to and from school in the correct school uniform and to wear it appropriately during the school day and at all school functions.


  • Black blazer with school badge
  • Black trousers
  • White traditional school shirt
  • School Tie
  • Black v neck sweater (optional)
  • Black plain shoes
  • Grey or black socks
  • Apron for practical activities
  • Black blazer with school badge
  • Black knee length plain skirt or trousers
  • White traditional school shirt
  • School Tie
  • Black v neck sweater (optional)
  • Black plain shoes
  • Grey or black socks
  • Apron for practical activities


Plain Black / Navy Overcoat

No decoration or large logos are permitted. Leather, plastic, denim jackets and ‘fashion coats’ are not allowed. Coats, scarves, hats and gloves are not to be worn in school.

Boys’ and Girls’ Shoes

Shoes must be plain black and leather
Boots of any kind are not allowed.
Heels over 2cm are not allowed
No platforms, sandals, trainers, fashion or patent shoes are allowed.


Students need a large plain bag in which to carry their school books and materials.


A students haircut is a very important part of their presentation. The school will not accept students having extreme haircuts, e.g. mohican, shaved hair less than a grade 1. Students are not allowed to have extreme hair colours. Colour change should appear natural. Long hair should be tied back for all practical lessons. The school reserves the right to place students with extreme hairstyles in the inclusion room.

Make up

Make up and nail varnish are not permitted


Students may wear a wristwatch and one pair of stud earrings (one in each ear). Students may wear a cross for religious regions but it may not be visible and must be removed for Physical Education. Students with medical conditions can wear an identity tag.

School Uniform and Equipment Shop

School ties and badges are only available from the school. All other uniform is available from ‘Yours in Sport’, 164 Station Road, Burnham-on-Crouch.

All items should be clearly marked with the student’s name.

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