St Peter's News

2017


Noël at St Peters

Noël at St Peters

Chocolate Bûche de Noël instead of fruit cake and getting presents early were just a couple of the advantages of celebrating Christmas the French way that students have been learning this past week in French. Students in the Junior and Senior School have been enjoying... read more
TAS News

TAS News

The technology area has been hard at work for term 4 with plenty of practical lessons and projects to be completed. The kitchen especially has been working overtime with Mrs Forsyth and Mrs Senior generating amazing meals and recipes for the festive season, with the... read more
Visual Arts News

Visual Arts News

  It is hard to believe that we are in our final school week of 2017. Looking back the Visual Arts students have generated a lot of work and this was so beautifully displayed at CAPA/TAS night in September. Year 7 has demonstrated their enthusiasm and their... read more
Year 8 Class Writing Competition

Year 8 Class Writing Competition

Yr 8 wrote a short narrative as part of the writing competitions. The students had to write a short narrative inspired by the film we studied this term – Whale Rider. They were given a specific scene from which to set their orientation and this is... read more
ICAS Results

ICAS Results

The results for ICAS Writing, English and Mathematics have arrived. These competitions are very academic, voluntarily entered by many students around the world. Congratulations to the following students for their achievements:  Year 2 Lilka B: Participation in... read more
House Table Tennis Competition

House Table Tennis Competition

The House Table Tennis competition was concluded this week with Scott S from Year 12 being crowned champion for the third year in a row! The Final was well-fought between Scott in Year 12 & Isaac W in Year 7. They played the best of three sets with Scott winning... read more
Year Six News

Year Six News

Year Six have had a busy term with Surf Fit finishing last week and an excursion to the University of Wollongong this week. Now that the Stage Three Surf Fit Program is complete, here are some of our thoughts: Surf Fit was good because you got out of school and have a... read more
Crazy Hair Day – Supporting Alopecia

Crazy Hair Day – Supporting Alopecia

Crazy Hair Day is when St Peter’s Junior School raised money for Alopecia areata.  I am Amelia B and I have Alopecia areata.  Alopecia is when your hair falls out, also known as hair loss.  Alopecia is not spread around to others.  There are three... read more
Year 3 News

Year 3 News

Science For Science, Year Three have been exploring the differences between non-living, plants and animals.  They have particularly investigated how animals are categorised based on specific physical characteristics using a branching key to determine sub-grouping... read more
Mock Council Forum

Mock Council Forum

Teenage Pregnancy – Mock Council Forum Pippi S Good afternoon Mayor Mrs. Innes, Deputy Mayor Mr. Mayne, respected councillors, ladies and gentlemen and fellow students. I’d like to begin by thanking you for this opportunity to discuss a youth issue that is... read more
Science News

Science News

KEEPING TABS ON THE LABS Year 7 ORIENTATION:  Prospective Year 7 students terrorised Gummy Bears as they investigated the difference between physical and chemical changes.  Tests included:  Screaming Gummy Bear and Crispy Gummy Bear.  Try it... read more
Community Excellence Awards

Community Excellence Awards

The College will once again be awarding formal recognition to members of our community. As was the case last year these prizes will be awarded at the end of year Presentation Ceremonies. The awards have been developed to recognise and thank just some of the amazing... read more
AICES Basketball Championships

AICES Basketball Championships

The College had 6 students selected to represent SASSA at the Under 15’s AICES Basketball Championships held in Sydney this week. This was a fantastic opportunity for our students to continue their basketball development and put their skills to the test against a... read more
Danny Graham Africa Report

Danny Graham Africa Report

May I begin by firstly thanking St Peter’s staff, students, and the families and friends of St Peter’s for the encouraging emails and texts I received during my time in Africa, as well as the warm welcome I have received on my return. As many of you would be aware I... read more
Year 2 News

Year 2 News

This term Year 2 have been a part of the pilot Kitchen Garden program in Early Childhood.  Our turn has been highly anticipated by the students and they were more than thrilled when the time finally arrived. The program has been co-ordinated by College parent,... read more
Year One News

Year One News

Year One has had a very busy and exciting first week back at the College. Along with all the fun and excitement of Sky Blaze, we have been caring for our baby froglets in the Early Childhood playground, investigating where sound and light comes from and how it... read more
Kindergarten – Mathematics

Kindergarten – Mathematics

We love mathematics! Kindergarten love to explore patterns and make connections in many different ways. We created patterns with strawberries, grapes and marshmallows. We strengthened our addition and subtraction strategies by eating our patterns and creating... read more
Year 8 News

Year 8 News

Name or Icebreaker Competition Baillee O’Brien, Rhianna Woods, Abigail Ellis entered the “Name our Icebreaker” Competition and we received notice of the results over these past holidays. The name they submitted was “Southern Notus” which represents Australia and our... read more
Year 6 Poverty Awareness

Year 6 Poverty Awareness

Thanks to all parents, staff and students for visiting the Languages Centre today, to support Year Six as we take our campaigns to the world. The experience of speaking to the community about issues that we are passionate about is valuable and so rewarding. The... read more
SASSA Basketball

SASSA Basketball

Congratulations to all students involved at our recent SASSA Basketball carnival at Nowra. The College managed to win 2-4 divisions on the day. Our Open Girls and Under 15’s Boys were dominant throughout the competition and were rewarded with a number of... read more
The Little Sellers Art Prize 2017

The Little Sellers Art Prize 2017

The Little Sellers Art Prize 2017 – Overall winner announced Junior School was excited to hear last term that some of our students had been nominated as finalists in our local Council’s Little Sellers Art Competition.  The Prize aims to showcase the artistic... read more

Med Entry

Students interested in pursuing medicine or dentistry need to sit the UMAT on 25 July 2018. MedEntry is a government accredited Registered Training Organisation specialising in UMAT preparation. MedEntry offers discounts of 30% for groups, numerous scholarships and... read more