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Please see below a link to a letter from the Principal regarding COVID Testing and Staggered start to the new school year.

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Year 11 results – August 12, 2021

Ken Stimpson Community School is pleased to report some outstanding achievements by its students in their GCSEs and level 2 vocational qualifications this summer. Some notable achievements include:

  • Daria Grzeda (8x 9 grades and 2x 8 grades);
  • Nathan Hall (7x 9 grades; 1x 8 grades + 1x 7 grade);
  • Luca Scialla-Cooper  (7x 9 grades and 1x 8 grade + 1x grade 7);
  • Zainab Iqbal (5x 9 grades and 4x 8 grades)
  • Rachel Cox (5x 9 grades, 3x 8 grades + 1x grade 7); and
  • Imraan Shirazi (5 x 9 grades and 1x grade 8 + 2x grade 7 and 1x 5 grade)

Bryan Erwin, the school principal said: “We are immensely proud of all the work and achievements of our students, especially after such a difficult and disrupted year. It is a time not just to recognise the top-performing students, but also to acknowledge those students that met or indeed, exceeded their targets; we wish to congratulate them as well. 

Finally, due recognition must go to the teaching staff and the parents/carers that have supported their children on their journey to gain these results over the last 11+ years of their education. Thank you so much for your rich contribution towards these results.


Post16 results – August 10, 2021

Ken Stimpson Community School is pleased to report outstanding achievements by its students in their A levels, level 3 vocational courses and other qualifications this summer.  Some notable achievements include:

  • Thomas Fox and Liam Duke secured (2 A* grades and 1 A grade);
  • Jayden Scott (2 A* grades and 1 B grade);
  • Aimee Robbins (1 A* grade and 2 A grades);
  • Dylan Wright (3 A grades) and
  • Phoebe Daley (2 A grades and 1 Distinction* grade).

This year, following the cancellation of exams, the grades are based on students' actual work, assessed by their teachers, moderated and quality assured. This process has been strictly managed and each grade must have evidence to support it.

Bryan Erwin, the school principal said: “We are immensely proud of all the work and achievements of our students, especially after such a difficult and disrupted year. Members of staff have worked tirelessly to ensure students are all able to progress onto the university of their choice or apprenticeship/employment provision. We wish them all the very best in the next phase of their life.”


Students will be able to collect their Post 16 and Year 11 results on the following days from 8.30 am onwards:

Tuesday 10th August

A Level (GCE), FSMQ
Extended Project
Level 3 Vocational and Technical Qualifications

Thursday 12th August

Foundation and Higher Projects
Level 1 & Level 2 Vocational Technical Qualifications


Visit our dedicated Remote Learning section for information and guides on learning from home

30/07/2021 | Read more

Please see the links below for a letter from Peterborough city council regarding the Covid support grant for Summer 2021.


Year 8 have done a wonderful job on their clay tiles as part of their 'Bugs' project in their Art lessons this year.

15/07/2021 | Read more

On Wednesday 7th July, our high-prior attaining students in Years 7 and 8 took part in the Barclays Lifeskills experience. During this event, we welcomed a guest speaker from The Talent Foundry to deliver sessions encouraging pupils to pursue their aspirations, consider the skills which are beneficial in (and necessary for) success in a working environment, and reflect not only on their own future goals but the next steps they will need to take to achieve them. These sessions were thoroughly enjoyed and engaging for our students who left the event with a centred mindset and having acquired a breadth of new knowledge.

15/07/2021 | Read more

Please see attached a message from Peterborough city council regarding holiday activities for families in receipt of free school meals


Janae and Krystian both created excellent responses to answer this question in their final PSHE lesson of this term:

'Why should we learn about Human rights and discrimination?'

Each have won a t-shirt teach from Amnesty International for their impassioned responses.

Well done to them both!



Ken Stimpson Community School
Staniland Way
PE4 6JT (Sat Nav users: PE4 6WR)