Primary School

Partners in your child’s education from Reception to Year 6

Junior Primary

During the Junior Primary years we see children develop the foundational literacy and numeracy skills, supplemented by learning in areas such as Japanese, sport, music, digital technology, art and library.


Building on our foundation of educational excellence, primary children undertake a range of activities and experiences that will hold them in good stead for their eventual transition to secondary schooling.

DARE - Year 6 Graduate Diploma

We created the ‘DARE’ – Year 6 Graduate Diploma, reimagining what the final year of primary school looks like for Year 6 students.

Space to grow and thrive

St Peter’s Woodlands offers a contemporary learning environment close to the sea, specifically designed with the needs of young learners in mind. 

Located in beachside Glenelg, 20 minutes south-west of Adelaide’s CBD, St Peter’s Woodlands is a blend of rich history and outstanding modern facilities. This is a place where learning is an adventure and curiosity comes to life. 

Set on over 3.5 acres, our facilities are designed specifically for early learners and primary aged children.

The facilities and grounds at St Peter’s Woodlands are exceptional.

  • Large collaborative classroom spaces
  • Library and Resource Centre
  • Gymnasium
  • Dance Studio
  • Music Centre
  • Art Rooms
  • Multi-Media Studio
  • Design and Technology Studio
  • STEM Room
  • Japanese – Tatami room
  • Out of School Hours Care Centre with student kitchen
  • The Hub Learning Centre
  • Outdoor Plaza
  • Multiple playgrounds
  • Three large playing fields
  • Outdoor Netball, Tennis, Volleyball and Basketball courts, cricket nets
  • Nature Play space

Play, discover, learn

Extra-curricular activities are designed to support children develop critical life-long skills, and help them to develop their self-confidence and self-esteem. From sports, to the arts and academic pursuits, we encourage all children to follow their interests and invest time developing their skills.

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