St Peter's Foundation Hosts the Story of My Father's Coat

Foundation (Prep) Girls Prep Boys Prep College Parents' Association  September 18, 2017 | Cultural | Vanessa Palk - Foundation Coordinator

On Tuesday evening 12 September, the Foundation hosted My Father’s Coat as a fundraiser for the Isematholeni Intern programme. The St Peter’s community gathered at St Peter’s College MADDitorium to listen to Michael Charton, founder of Inherit South Africa in Cape Town, tell a story.

This story, although heard many times, was unlike other stories about our country’s history - in the way it was told.

St Peter's Boys Prep - FLP Week Grade 3

Boys Prep  July 15, 2015 | Academics

This week, at St Peter’s Boys Prep, we are immersed in the Flexible Learning Programme (FLP). The first FLP week was introduced earlier this year when parents could not get their children to school due to the Witkoppen roadworks.  This round is however taking place at school, but includes all the aspects of a self-managed, interest driven programme that were identified as being valuable in the feedback received from last term.

St Peter's Grade 6 JEFA Lego Workshop

Boys Prep  July 14, 2015 | Academics

On Thursday, 9 July 2015, the St Peter’s Grade 6 Boys were visited by the Junior Engineers for Africa (JEFA). JEFA holds workshops to give the boys a basic introduction to technology, communication and engineering principles such as: structures, wheels and axles, levers, pulleys and gears using LEGO.

Flexible Learning Programme

Girls Prep  July 13, 2015 | Academics | Pam van Gass

The Flexible Learning Programme last week was introduced, in each grade, with a probing, investigative question which required a detailed response after the completion of the research and various tasks.

The Official Opening and Blessing of the Boys Junior Prep

Boys Prep  June 26, 2015

Today, Friday 26 June 2015, was a mark in history for St Peter’s School.  The New St Peter’s Boys Junior Prep was blessed by The Rt Rev Dr Steve Moreo, Bishop of Johannesburg in a beautiful and moving service, attended by the boys Grade 0 to 4, parents, staff and dignitaries.

Dads & Daughters Dinner

Girls Prep  June 23, 2015 | Jean Macleod

On Friday evening the 19 June, the Girls School held their Dads & Daughters Dinner. The Grade 6 girls hosted the evening and used this as their Market Day.

Junior Prep Choir Festival

Girls Prep Boys Prep  June 23, 2015 | Cultural | Diane Fraser

The Boys and Girls Junior Choirs entertained parents on Thursday evening. The Boys Grade 2 Choir and Girls Grade 2 Choir opened the festival to a full house. The Cadet (Grade 3 & 4) choirs sung beautifully and everyone enjoyed this special occasion.

White Blazer Achievers

College  June 23, 2015 | Academics | Theresa Monoyoudis

Congratulations to Roger Wyllie who was awarded a White Blazer on 17 April 2015. He joins Nicola MacLeod who achieved hers in January.  The White Blazer is the highest achievement at St Peter’s College. Recipients have achieved honours in academics, sport and cultural and have completed their community service.

Matric drama class wins at FEDA

College  June 17, 2015 | Cultural | Ms Chalice Egling

The Festival of Excellence in Dramatic Arts (FEDA) is the most prestigious high school one-act play festival in Gauteng, celebrating excellence in dramatic arts. The schools competing in FEDA included St John’s College, St Benedict’s College, St Stithians Boys’ College, St Mary’s Girls, Reddam House and King David Victory Park.

Building a tree of books with Mama Gcina Mhlophe

Girls Prep Boys Prep  June 15, 2015

We had a wonderful evening on Friday with Mama Gcina Mhlophe, who told us amazing stories and entertained both children and adults. Mama Gcina even got the audience singing along in all eleven South African languages.

Youth Day celebration

Girls Prep  June 15, 2015 | Cultural

The celebration of Youth Day on 16 June provides a wonderful opportunity to reflect on the events leading up to the liberation of South Africa, from the apartheid regime to the role played by the youth in this landmark event in South African history. St Peter’s pupils were given an explanation of the significance of the Soweto Uprising, which helped lay the grounds for the release of Nelson Mandela and the end of the apartheid system.

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St Peter's Foundation Hosts the Story of My Father's Coat

September 18, 2017 | Vanessa Palk - Foundation Coordinator

14th Annual Sports and Cultural Festival

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MANDELA DAY, ‘POP UP SHOP’

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