Welcome to St Peter’s Schools

St Peter’s is an Anglican diocese family of schools. We focus on personal achievement within an environment that balances high academic standards with sport, music, culture and the development of each child as an individual. A clearly defined value system – comprised of respect for each individual, courtesy, and honest and open communication – underpins our ethos.

Latest News from St Peter’s Schools

St Peter’s Prep Schools Making Sure Lockdown Can Still Be Fun

Pre Prep Girls Prep Boys Prep  April 16, 2020 | Social and emotional | Diane Fraser: Boys Prep Marketer

Looking back at our final weekend of school before the holidays, albeit the strangest one we have had to date, we managed to have lots of fun.

We were meant to have our Hotdog Day, which no child wants to ever miss at St Peter’s, as well as a camp out on the school fields. The St Peter’s Families decided that something like ‘Lockdown’ was not doing to deter us from making these events happen, we would all just need to be a little more creative.

St Peter's Prep Schools Taking Action to Sanitise against the Spread of COVID-19

Pre Prep Girls Prep Boys Prep  March 15, 2020 | Grounds | Social and emotional | COVID-19 Management Team

The Njilo’s staff are amazing! Thank you for all the hard work this weekend where the staff have worked non-stop to sanitise all common areas across the schools.  This is an extra precaution and goes hand in hand with hygiene protocols that we must all follow when back at school tomorrow. Thank you Njilo’s from all of the St Peter’s Family!

St Peter's College Official Statement: Grade 11 Student Remarks

College  May 31, 2020 | Academics | Cultural | Grounds | Headmaster | Physical education | Social and emotional | Social responsibility | Spiritual | Sport | St Peter's College Statement: Grade 11 Student Remarks

St Peter’s College, a Christian private institution a little over 20 years old, entered the education arena and mental grounding allowing them to cope with life’s challenges and correctly assimilate a world that often presents conflicting messages. We have always purposed that our students, regardless of any negative external influences, be best equipped to make the right choices; that they always consciously choose to do what is just and noble. Part of this includes an ever-present focus on diversity and inclusion that creates cohesion amongst the students and enables them to have rich and fulfilling personal and professional relationships beyond the school gate.