The PFA have successfully pivoted their plans this term to ensure our much loved events and fundraisers successfully go ahead.
Week 8 saw the transformation of St Peter’s Woodlands into a makeshift campsite, full of enthusiasm, team work and bucket loads of fun.
It has been a very busy term for the Year 6s in Japanese – forming connections, learning about Japanese culture and making cranes!
Connecting with Kori Never Gakuin Elementary School
The PFA is excited to announce our first event for the year will be a Mums’ High Tea.
When: Sunday, 25 October 2020, from 3.00 pm-5.
The PFA would like to extend a huge thank you to the school community who have so generously donated play items to the ELC.
Recently our Learning Support teacher, Jo Hirst was nominated and elected to become a member of the Learning Difficulties Australia Council.
Recently the Year 7 students experienced the highly anticipated City Week. This wonderful program is in its sixth year and continues to be one of the highlights for our senior students.
During Week 2 our Year 2 students joined 35,000 other students from all around Australia to participate in daily Zoom sessions with Australian authors and illustrators as part of the Little
In Week 1 of Term 3, award winning South Australian children’s author Phil Cummings came to work with the Year 6s.
The Reception children reflected upon their six months of school at St Peter’s Woodlands and they’re off to a flying start.