Welcome to St Peter’s Schools

St Peter’s is an Anglican diocese family of schools. We focus on personal achievement within an environment that balances high academic standards with sport, music, culture and the development of each child as an individual. A clearly defined value system – comprised of respect for each individual, courtesy, and honest and open communication – underpins our ethos.

Latest News from St Peter’s Schools

St Peter's Prep Schools Hosts Thought Provoking Pastoral Care Conference

Girls Prep Boys Prep  June 07, 2019 | Social and emotional | Spiritual | Kent Sheppard: Housemaster

St Peter’s Prep Schools welcomed over a hundred delegates to its bi-annual Pastoral Care Conference, held on 6 and 7 June. After much needed tea and coffee during registration, our Rector, Greg Royce, welcomed everybody and opened the conference.

We were all MADD last week at St Peter's Boys Prep

Boys Prep  June 03, 2019 | Cultural | Social and emotional | Joan Delport: HOD Afrikaans

The staff and boys have once again enjoyed a creative and fun-filled MADD (Music, Art, Dance and Drama) week.  In the strive for excellence, activities were planned that gave every boy the opportunity to express himself.  The boys rotated in their houses from one activity to the other. Every boy’s creativity had been stimulated and their talents utilised in activities like House Plays, House Choir, Coral Verse, Dance, Culinary, House Chess, Puppet Making and the Green Screen Project.  It will be impossible to provide detail on every activity, however, let us cover a few highlights…

St Peter's College Drama: The Intern by Ntando Mabuya

Foundation (College) College Parents' Association Old Boys Old Girls  June 11, 2019 | Cultural | St Peter's College Drama: The Intern by Ntando Mabuya

The story is of a young intern, Emily, who joins an office in which her colleagues work the same robotic day over and over without ever having met the boss; this symbolizes how people blindly follow a religion. Emily questions her workplace’s reality and the boss’ very existence. Despite the disagreement she had with her colleagues, she embarks on a journey in which she meets the Sangomas’ who direct her to the boss, who turns out to be a woman.