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  • Primary Open Evening

    Published 03/09/21

    Our Primary Open Evening takes place Thursday 14 October, 6-7.30pm

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  • D of E Bronze & Silver Expeditions 2021

    Published 31/08/21

    After so much disruption to everyone over the past 16 months, we finally had some normality returned to us — we were given the green light to be able to camp overnight again on the expeditions, something that last year's participants missed out on doing due to the COVID-19 restrictions in place at the time.

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  • GCSE Results Day 2021

    Published 12/08/21
    We are delighted to report some outstanding achievements by our students in their GCSEs and vocational qualifications this summer
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  • Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street- Opening Night Review

    Published 21/02/20

    Sweeney Todd, De La Salle Theatre, 30 January – 1 February

    Sweeney Todd Sweeney Todd  is a complex, technically and vocally challenging show, requiring skilled and at times intense acting, with very diverse characters. The cast of students from St Peter’s school not only rise to the challenge, but exceed expectations. From the moment the company appears on stage it is clear that this is going to be something special.

    Conor Doran as Sweeney Todd portrays a convincingly sinister barber, who goes on a killing spree after life events have left him bitter and hurt.  In one scene, while shaving his Nemesis the judge, he is tantalisingly scary, and when he dashes at the audience brandishing his razor the threat feels very real.

    Mrs Lovett teams up with Sweeney and they devise a plan to dispose of his victims by putting them (minced) into her infamous pies, which are known as the worst pies  in London. Aimee Armstrong handles the role of the cunning Mrs Lovett with all the skill and professionalism of an experienced actress.  She gives the character different dimensions, a touch of comedy, a lot of scheming, a touch of evil. Aimee is a gifted actress and singer who deserves a place on the West End stage.

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