Listening Service

St Peter’s offers all former students who are survivors of historical abuse by former school staff free access to a confidential Listening Service.  This service allows people to discuss available help and talk to specially trained clinical psychologists in complete privacy. 

Here is how the Listening Service works:


The Listening Service is run independently of St Peter’s by clinical psychologists who can speak with those contacting the service.

The first contact is by email and, thereafter, the psychologist will make arrangements to speak by telephone or, if practicable, in person.

In addition, the Listening Service can arrange any psychological therapy (funded by St Peter’s) or other assistance that might be required.


All assistance offered by the Listening Service is confidential.  However, in some situations, persons may wish the Listening Service to pass on statements or requests to St Peter’s or the Trust Board and this can also be arranged.

The Listening Service may also arrange apologies or visits to the school for those who may require assurance that safeguarding policies and practices are in place for current students. 


If you would like to access more information or support, email the confidential Listening Service at An independent psychologist will get back to you by the next business day following receipt of your email.

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