St Peter's High School, Gloucester

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St Peter's RC High School and Sixth Form Centre
Address
Stroud Road

, ,
GL4 0DD

England
Coordinates51°49′43″N 2°14′43″W / 51.82852°N 2.24529°W / 51.82852; -2.24529Coordinates: 51°49′43″N 2°14′43″W / 51.82852°N 2.24529°W / 51.82852; -2.24529
Information
TypeAcademy
Religious affiliation(s)Roman Catholic
Established1964
Local authorityGloucestershire
Department for Education URN136982 Tables
OfstedReports
HeadteacherStephanie Layhe
GenderCoeducational
Age11 to 18
Enrolment1,642
Colour(s)bottle green and yellow
Websitehttp://www.st-petershigh.gloucs.sch.uk

St Peter's High School and Sixth Form Centre is a Roman Catholic academy school and sixth form centre, on Stroud Road in the Tuffley area of Gloucester, England.[1][2] The head teacher is Stephanie Layhe. The main feeder schools are St. Peter's Catholic Primary School, Our Lady's Churchdown, The Rosary School, Stroud, St Joseph's Primary School, Nympsfield and St Dominic's Catholic Primary School, Stroud.

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References[edit]

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