Our School

St Peter's demonstrates a strong Catholic ethos, which is enhanced by the committed relationship between the parish and the school.
St Peter’s has an enrolment of approximately 660 children across 28 single-level classrooms. The school demonstrates a strong Catholic ethos, which is enhanced by the committed relationship between the parish and the school. Parents actively participate in classroom literacy and numeracy activities, excursions, inter-school sport, the School Board and the Parents and Friends Association, which organises a range of social activities across the year. The school has an Out of Hours Care Program.
St Peter’s School offers a comprehensive curriculum. Religious Education is based on Archdiocesan guidelines which emphasise doctrine, faith and prayer and the Sacramental Program is family-based.
St Peter’s has a strong commitment to sustainability with a Student Action Team involved in such activities as the Kitchen Garden, Worm Farm and Composting as well as a commitment to recycling.
There is a strong focus in Literacy and Numeracy while also aiming to develop Technological capabilities; Resilience and flexibility; Communication skills & exchange of ideas; Awareness and appreciation of cultures; Critical thinking skills and adaptability; Teamwork and community service; Awareness of one’s own choices and a Commitment to personal and community growth .
Student Wellbeing is encompassed through the Healthy Relationships Program, Buddy and Peer Support Programs and a Student Representative Council.

About St Peter's

At St Peter's we aim to ensure that the love of God, love of self and love of learning is developed in all that we do. St Peter’s School offers a comprehensive curriculum based on the Victorian Curriculum with a Religious Education Program based on the 'To Know, Worship, and Love' texts used as part of the Religious Education Curriculum Frameworks.