Spirituality

Spirituality is at the centre of our school community; this means that we not only aim to encourage our students with their academia, but the whole child, in mind, body and soul.

We value and love the uniqueness of every child as being created in the image of God.  Our pupils are wonderful, they are our ambassadors: hard-working, friendly, fun to be with and genuinely pleasant and polite young people.

For our pupils examination results are so very important however, at St Peter and St Paul we work extremely hard to develop other equally important aspects of life: laughter, fun, joy, celebration, caring for others, an ability to think beyond oneself, an awareness of God and spirituality.  We want our pupils to “have life and have it to the full”, qualities that we hope will remain with them throughout their life journey long after leaving our community.

At St Peter and St Paul’s our extra-curricular activities play an integral part of a young person’s development and all pupils of all ages and abilities are encouraged to profit from a breadth of opportunities available.  We believe that every student can succeed, whatever their talents and abilities.  Our students have different abilities and aptitudes.  We value those differences as well as valuing the unique contribution made by pupils from ethnically diverse backgrounds.  This is what makes us a community cohesive environment, where everyone feels accepted.  Our Staff make it their duty to provide our pupils with the opportunity to grow and develop their gifts and talents within a strong caring community.

Our Academy is friendly and inviting to everyone, with a uniquely warm atmosphere and buzzing learning environment.  We put our mission as a Catholic Academy into practice each day in the way we work with and treat others.  It is our hope that these practices will become the cornerstone for our students as they move on into adulthood.

As Pope Francis said “Teaching is a beautiful job; as it allows you to see the growth day by day of people entrusted to your care.  It is a little like being parents, at least spirituality.  It is a great responsibility.”

Parish Links

St Peter and St Paul RC Church

Skellingthorpe Road

Lincoln

LN6 7RB

Parish Priest – Canon Geoffrey Hunton

http://www.peter-paul-lincoln.org.uk/

Sunday Mass Times:

Vigil Mass Saturday – 6.00 pm

Sunday Mass Sunday – 9.00 am and 11.00 am

St Hugh’s RC Church

Broadgate

Lincoln

LN2 5AQ

Parish Priest – Fr Edward Jarosz

http://www.sthughslincoln.org.uk/

Sunday Mass Times:

Vigil Mass Saturday – 5.00 pm (at St Francis, Bardney)

Sunday – 8.30 am, 10.00 am, 12.15 pm (Polish) and 6.00 pm

Our Lady of Lincoln RC Church

Laughton Way

Lincoln

LN2 2HE

Parish Priest –

http://www.ourladyoflincoln.com/

Sunday Mass Times:

Vigil Mass Saturday – 6.30 pm

Sunday – 9.30 am and 11.00 am

WAYS TO CELEBRATE MASS THROUGH LOCKDOWN…

If you would like to attend mass through the power of technology, please follow the links below to find a range of masses being said in the coming weeks.

St Peter and St Paul Catholic Church

http://www.sspp-church.org.uk/webcam/

Mass with Bishop Patrick McKinney, Diocese of Nottingham

https://www.dioceseofnottingham.uk/application/files/5015/8825/1410/Weekly_Live_Streaming_updated_-_diocesan.pdf

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaf7upUMsn3Kl8GD79FotjQ

If you are interested, a copy of the Mass from this Sunday is available here:   

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XmFQuNka2Oo&t=1774s

Sunday 28th February 10am Mass:   https://youtu.be/9TY_6lJrIhA