Academics News

Another two White Blazers awarded at St Peter's College

College  May 26, 2017 | Academics

Congratulations to two Grade 12 students: Erin Lyle and Liam Ramsden, who were awarded their White Blazers at the end of Term 1 2017. The White Blazer is the highest achievement at the College and is awarded to students who attain full colours in Academic, Cultural, Sport and completing their community hours. They join the other two White Blazers which were awarded to Jamie Edwards and Teagan Leroni in January 2017. All four students are also prefects at St Peter’s College, we are extremely proud of their awards in recognition of their hard work and dedication to St Peter’s College.

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.

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.

Thinking Skills morning at the prep

Girls Prep Boys Prep  June 15, 2015 | Academics

The Thinking Skills open morning was well attended and parents enjoyed the opportunity to observe the children using numerous Thinking Skills tools and routines. Parents were given a brief overview of our Thinking Skills programme and then moved from class to class (from Grade 0 to 7) observing numerous activities.