Open Evening

Come and see for yourself

We invite you to attend our Open Evening on 14th September 2017 between 6pm and 8pm to experience a taste of 'life at St Paul's' for yourself.

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St Paul's Catholic College is an exceptional place to go to school in every way.

We are based in a purpose-built, modern campus which opened in September 2004. This has enabled us to create dynamic and innovative Christian learning environment.

We are also a Teaching School that supports and trains other teaching professionals. We are proud to have achieved exceptional results in our exams at all levels each year.

We are a community of faith that guides and challenges students to reflect on their own beliefs and faith. We believe that all of our students should have the chance to fulfill their God given potential.

We take pride in our sense of community, excellent teaching, and having a supportive learning environment tailored to each student's individual needs and talents.

FastPass Pre-Registration

Sign In On The Door

Our FastPass pre-registration for Open Evening has now closed but we still welcome you to visit us. You can sign in on the door via reception. We look forward to welcoming you.

Before Open Evening

Be ahead of the game

  • Take a look at our College map to help you get your bearings ahead of the tour of the College building.
  • Have a glance over the admissions process including our admissions policy, our results and performance reports.
  • Attend our head teacher's short talk either before or after your tour (6:10pm and 7:30pm).
  • Our website contains lots of information about St Paul's Catholic College that you may find useful such as welcome from the head teacher, transportation, e-learning and uniform.
  • Think about any questions that you would like to ask us as part of your visit. We're only too happy to help.

We are really looking forward to welcoming you to our Open Evening so that you may explore St Paul's and discover all we have to offer.

— Mr Rob Carter, Head Teacher