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Saint Peter’s believes in educating the whole child and works hard to not only teach core academic subjects, but also to acknowledge the importance of art, music, athletics, theater, and citizenship. Every aspect of the school day is important and learning occurs everywhere: in the classrooms, in the hallway, on field trips, and even at lunch.

At the core of Saint Peter’s program is the individualized nature of each child’s education. With our small class sizes, it is possible to know each child as a learner and to work closely with home to create the best educational program we can. Regular communication is the norm and you will find that everyone at the school has an open door policy, including me. You know your child best at home and we know them best at school. By working together, we can create the best possible environment for learning.

Enriching Programs

St. Peter’s School prepares students for a successful university experience and beyond. St. Peter’s School graduates go on to college, where they are highly successful. Our graduates go on to college, universities around the world.

Faith

The community of Saint Peter School is bound by faith and is committed to the teachings of Jesus Christ and the message of God’s love as found in Scripture. Students, teachers, and parents are recognized for their unique ability to think and reason as members of a faith-filled community.

Develop the whole person

The endeavor of the faculty is to develop the whole person: affection, mind, body, and personal and social development. Believing that all students are unique and should be provided with equal opportunities to learn, differentiated instruction must be provided.

Our Vision

Our mission is two-fold: First, as a Catholic School, we aim to “teach as Jesus taught” by instilling a solid Christian foundation built on attitudes, values, and virtues which Christ holds up to each child. Secondly, as educators we strive to develop an instructional program responsive to school and community needs and to various abilities and talents of our students in order that development of the whole child takes place.

Our Mission

We, who serve as Administrators of Education in St. Peter’s Catholic School, are aware of the unique value and goodness of all we serve. We are called to be followers of Jesus, our TEACHER and SERVANT, and challenged to continue HIS MISSION using the GOSPEL VALUES as our lesson plans for life. We strive to accomplish this by: providing an atmosphere of loving care that assists all in recognizing their unique gifts for service to the church, the family and the community, proclaiming and fostering GOSPEL VALUES in all academic, social, and athletic activities, and preparing one another for our journey to the KINGDOM where we will create a joyful noise unto the LORD

Why

Saint Peter's School

Why

Saint Peter's School

Why

Saint Peter's School

Why

Saint Peter's School

Why

Saint Peter's School

Catholic Character Development
Community awareness and responsibility
Diversity
Academic
Catholic Religion

Catholic Character Development

Character development in Saint Peter’s School is centred around nurturing students' spiritual, moral, and ethical growth in alignment with Catholic teachings and values. It encompasses fostering virtues such as compassion, integrity, humility, and service to others, guided by the example of Jesus Christ. Through Character-building programmes, our school plays a vital role in shaping students' character, fostering their spiritual development, and empowering them to live out their faith in service to others, guided by the principles of Catholic social teaching.

Community awareness and responsibility

Community awareness and responsibility in schools are essential aspects of education that help students become informed, active, and responsible members of their communities. These concepts involve understanding social issues, recognising the impact of one’s actions on the community, and taking responsibility to contribute positively to society. By integrating different strategies, Saint Peter’s School plays a crucial role in developing students' sense of community awareness and responsibility, preparing them to be engaged and responsible citizens.

Diversity

Diversity in Catholic schools encompasses a broad spectrum of characteristics, including race, ethnicity, religion, socioeconomic status, gender, and learning abilities. Embracing diversity within Catholic schools is essential for fostering an inclusive environment that reflects the universal nature of the Church and the teachings of Jesus Christ. As a Catholic school, Saint Peter’s creates an environment that not only welcomes and respects diversity but also actively engages students in learning about and appreciating the richness of different cultures and perspectives. This approach aligns with the Catholic mission of promoting social justice, human dignity, and the common good.

The Best Academic Preparation for Future Success.

Catholic schools have traditionally excelled in providing children with the strongest preparation for future success in colleges and careers, year after year. Catholic schools consistently outperform other schools in the fundamental areas of reading, English language skills, mathematics and science. St. Peter’s shares this Catholic tradition of academic excellence.

Catholic Religion

Catholic religious activities in Saint Peter’s School are integrated into fostering students' spiritual growth, deepening their understanding of the Catholic faith, and nurturing their relationship with God. The activities are guided by Catholic teachings and traditions and are typically woven into the fabric of the school's curriculum and culture. Here are some common Catholic religious activities found in our schools: monthly holy mass, sacrament, first holy communion, retreat and reflection etc. These Catholic religious activities in schools play a vital role in nurturing students' spiritual development, fostering a sense of community, and integrating faith into all aspects of their lives. They provide opportunities for students to grow in their relationship with God, live out the Gospel values, and embrace their identity as Catholic Christians.