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Welcome to St Peter’s Pre-Prep School

Rector's welcome
Greg Royce

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.

Coming from a far less well-endowed school, I was in awe of the magnificent grounds and facilities, yet the staff members were unfailingly welcoming, always treating one as an equal. There was a unique atmosphere of warm informality and professionalism.

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Head of Pre-Prep's welcome
Angi Buys

I look forward to welcoming you and your children to the St Peter’s family. We strive to inspire imagination and wonder in your children, while motivating their desire to learn.

We provide children with a warm and nurturing environment that allows them to feel connected and loved, which will set the foundation for all future learning and development.

The essence of all we are and all we do as a Pre-Prep is built on deep love for and commitment to early childhood education. This is a collaboration between you and us in order to raise our children together.

We aim to give children sparkling eyes and busy minds every day.


We are delighted to have opened a Pre-Prep at St Peter’s. We have felt the need to offer an environment that will align children, from an early age, to the ethos of St Peter’s. This relates to honouring the natural development of pre-school children. 

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Get a glimpse into our Pre-Prep

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Latest News from St Peter’s Pre Prep School

St Peter's Prep Schools Happy Women's Month

Pre Prep Girls Prep Boys Prep  August 06, 2020 | Social and emotional | Vijay Maharaj :Deputy Head: Campus Compliance and Diversity

National Women’s Day is an annual public holiday in South Africa on 9 August.  August is dedicated to women; highlighting their courage, strength, resilience and contributions to the social, political and economic pillars of our country.

St Peter's Prep Schools: The Difference ... Part 6

As we introduced changes to our teaching methodology, we began to notice improvements in the ways the boys and girls learned.  However, we were not satisfied.  Many of us felt that children had the ability to learn far more quickly than was usually the case at school.  We began to look at the question of motivation.  What was it that held the attention of some children so completely that they were oblivious to all around them, even to offers of food?


Some of us are born with simply extraordinary talent.  This type proficiency normally only achieved by a handful of adults usually results in two responses.  We are either inspired to develop our own talents or we are simply overwhelmed and say, ‘I could never do that’.  In the main though, most associate such brilliance with success.