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A peek into the Girls Prep

St Peter’s Girls Prep School follows a values-based educational approach that produces a positive school culture. Children are encouraged to be responsible, appreciative and develop a growth mindset.


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Welcome to
St Peter’s Girls Prep School

My first contact with St Peter’s was as a young teacher accompanying sports teams. The boys (in those days, only the Boys School existed) always seemed so much happier and more spontaneous and confident than those at the other schools I knew.

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Everything we do is based on the foundation of the Anglican Church and our explicit teaching of responsibility, resilience, collaboration, compassion, respect and honour. We strive to teach our girls the skills required not only to cope, but to thrive in high school as well as in life after school.

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It is a joy and privilege to be back at St Peter's as the Head of the Junior Prep. I have been associated with the school in various capacities for over 30 years and have a deep love for everything St Peter's stands for.

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Junior Prep

Girls, Grade 0 to 2 (ages 5 to 8)

The philosophy behind the St Peter’s Junior Primary Department encompasses a focus on inclusivity, differentiation and academic superiority, all within the dynamic Thinking School environment. 

Senior Prep

Girls, Grade 3 to 7 (ages 9 to 13)

St Peter’s Girls School follows a values-based educational approach that produces a positive school culture. 

Latest News from
St Peter’s Girls Prep School

St Peter's Prep Schools ... The Difference Part 10

October 28, 2020 | Academics | Social and emotional | Greg Royce: Rector
Praising children as ‘smart’ does not prevent them from under-performing.  It might actually be causing…

St Peter's Prep Schools ... The Difference Part 9

October 27, 2020 | Academics | Social and emotional | Greg Royce: Rector
I discussed the self-esteem movement and the growing challenge to its belief that a performance was inextricably linked to self-esteem.  As parents we are proud of our children, try to protect them from disappointment and often demonstrate our love by expressing our admiration for them. …

St Peter's Prep Schools ... The Difference Part 8

October 27, 2020 | Academics | Social and emotional | Greg Royce: Rector
The Power and Peril of Praise In the western society with which we are familiar, the manner in which we encourage our children has been universally accepted.  On witnessing a child’s achievements, even minor ones, adults almost always respond with, ‘What a clever boy/girl!’ or…