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St Peter's Girls Prep – Breaking the Gender barrier through Sport

November 16, 2021 | Physical education | Sport | Robyn D'Alessandro - Independent Journalist
Building an enduring love of health, movement and sport is a personal motivation for Andrew Steyn, Director of Sport for St Peter’s Girls Prep.  ‘When a child leaves school and continues to be involved with sport or movement throughout their lives, I feel that I have achieved something,’…

St Peter's Girls Prep - The Right Balance of IQ and EQ

October 11, 2021 | Social and emotional | Robyn D'Alessandro - Independent Journalist
Pastoral Care in schools is the foundation on which the physical and emotional well-being of the pupils is built. It is fundamental to the development of character, social skills and life skills of each individual. St Peter’s Girls Prep School invests extensively in the emotional and social…

St Peter's Girls Prep using Cultural programmes to build character, enhance creativity and promote inclusivity

October 05, 2021 | Academics | Cultural | Social and emotional | Robyn D'Alessandro - Independent Journalist
At St Peter’s Girls Prep, a culture of cultivating a well–rounded learning experience means that the children have the advantage of an extensive performing arts department resource as part of the Academic programme. The programme includes Art, Drama, Dance and Music as well as a variety…

St Peter's Schools - Monastic vs Co-ed on the educational journey

August 03, 2021 | Academics | Cultural | Physical education | Social and emotional | Spiritual | Sport | Robyn D'Alessandro - Independent Journalist
St Peter’s Prep Schools are monastic, with both Girls and Boys Prep schools, while from Grade 8, St Peter’s College becomes co-ed. Prospective parents often ask why the lower and higher grades are schooled differently and whether one or the other model is more beneficial. In truth, despite…
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