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St Peter's College Music

College  April 10, 2019 | Cultural | St Peter's College Music

The Creative Arts combines the disciplines of science, mathematics, foreign languages, history, physical education, but most of all art. The above mentioned collectively develops great insight and demands research. The above mentioned collectively develops great insight and demands research. In our extra-mural programme, these factors play a vital role as it provides a deeper meaning and understanding as well as creates respect for this art form. We believe collaboration is key in developing a holistic student.

GIRLS MIDDLE SCHOOL 'MAD' MORNING

Girls Prep  July 31, 2015 | Cultural | Jean Macleod

The Grade 3s and 4s entertained their parents and families, with a presentation of singing, poetry, choreographed movement and a beautiful Art display, on Friday, 31 July. The arrangement was themed ‘Celebration of Family’ and the girls impressed the audience with their renditions of songs and poetry around this subject.

Junior Prep Choir Festival

Girls Prep Boys Prep  June 23, 2015 | Cultural | Diane Fraser

The Boys and Girls Junior Choirs entertained parents on Thursday evening. The Boys Grade 2 Choir and Girls Grade 2 Choir opened the festival to a full house. The Cadet (Grade 3 & 4) choirs sung beautifully and everyone enjoyed this special occasion.

Matric drama class wins at FEDA

College  June 17, 2015 | Cultural | Ms Chalice Egling

The Festival of Excellence in Dramatic Arts (FEDA) is the most prestigious high school one-act play festival in Gauteng, celebrating excellence in dramatic arts. The schools competing in FEDA included St John’s College, St Benedict’s College, St Stithians Boys’ College, St Mary’s Girls, Reddam House and King David Victory Park.

Youth Day celebration

Girls Prep  June 15, 2015 | Cultural

The celebration of Youth Day on 16 June provides a wonderful opportunity to reflect on the events leading up to the liberation of South Africa, from the apartheid regime to the role played by the youth in this landmark event in South African history. St Peter’s pupils were given an explanation of the significance of the Soweto Uprising, which helped lay the grounds for the release of Nelson Mandela and the end of the apartheid system.

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