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

WORLD ROBOT OLYMPIAD

Girls Prep  August 05, 2019 | Academics | Kerryn Schmidt

On 26 and 27 July, our girls competed in the World Robot Olympiad. Four teams took part in the ‘Explorer’ category and won one silver and three bronze certificates. For the first time ever we had six teams enter the WRO section of the competition.

St Peter's Prep Schools Making a Difference

Foundation (Prep) Girls Prep Boys Prep  July 26, 2019 | Social responsibility | Jaya Govender

Mandela Day is an annual international day in honour of Nelson Mandela, celebrated each year on 18 July, Mandela’s birthday. People are encouraged to take 67 minutes of their day to fight for social justice. This year, on 22 July, our St Peters Prep Community, which included our parents, children, teachers, interns and maintenance staff, decided to embark on a project to upgrade our outreach school, Sefikeng Primary School. Our community volunteered 2 hours of their time and donated money and goods that were needed for this project. Some of our projects included painting fences and jungle gyms, cleaning classrooms and classroom equipment, gardening and creating a welcoming staffroom.

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.