Saint Peter and Saint Paul's Catholic High School is a smaller than average sized comprehensive school located near the centre of Lincoln. The number of students on roll has grown in the last two years, particularly in the sixth form where numbers have increased by around 30%. Students' attainment on entry is slightly lower than average. A much lower than average proportion of students is eligible for free school meals. The number of students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is greater than that in similar schools. The majority of students are White British and speak English as their first language although there are a growing number of students of minority ethnic heritage. The largest minority ethnic group consists of students of European origin, mainly of Polish heritage, who now make up 8% of the total cohort. The proportion of students who speak English as a second language has also increased. The school gained specialist status for science in September 2003. It received Investors in People (IIP) status in 2006 and gained the Healthy Schools award in 2007. The shared sixth form arrangements, reported at the last inspection, have ceased. Since September 2006, the school has worked in partnership with the North Hykeham Sixth Form. Previous staffing difficulties in some subjects have been largely resolved and the school workforce is now more stable.
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Western Avenue, , Lincoln LN6 7SX