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St Peter’s College is an independent, Anglican, day, high school that prescribes to the co-educational model of schooling, espousing Christian values and providing children with a balanced, caring, varied and modern environment.Read more
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Sunninghill— 14 September 2018 — This afternoon at the Annual St Peter’s College Sport and Cultural Festival, the winners of the Pavement Drawing Competition as well as the Public Speaking Competition were announced. The Festival is a celebration of sports prowess and cultural endeavors by students for students. St Peter’s College believes firmly in the development of the whole child and thus insists that the Festival empowers all abilities.
The 15th annual St Peter’s College Sports and Cultural Festival is happening from Friday to Sunday, 14-16 September 2018. We look forward to welcoming over 3,000 students from 45 different schools to this hugely vibrant and fun event that we all look forward to every year.
Not only are there sports (Basketball, Chess, Netball, Soccer), but also Musical events, Pavement Art, Public Speaking and Debating, Drama and Photography competitions as well as workshops for debating adjudicators and choir leaders. Our entrepreneurial Grade 9s will be running their own businesses for two days at the Festival and will have lots of novelties on sale such as T-shirts, caps and beanies, jewellery, cell phone covers, bath bombs etc.
SEE YOU THERE!
The Grade 9 Students engaged in a project titled ‘The Future is Exciting’. The aim of the project was to expose students to what awaits for them after they finish school. The project included an ‘Amazing Race’ around WITS University where teams competed against each other to complete a number of tasks around the campus. The course included tasks on East and West Campus and showed students the various faculties and facilities at the University. Activities involved using QR codes to find out about the history of statues and alumna and posting answers about the campus and student organisations to Twitter. The day aimed to incorporate a number of subjects.