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ST PETER'S COLLEGE CRANBOURNE e-News
Issue 46  |  23 March 2016
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From Our Principal

Stations of the Cross

On Wednesday of this week our school stopped to re-enact the Stations of the Cross to bring into focus the central message of our catholic faith through the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Stations  are performed by our Year 12 students each year and convey the difficult messages of Christ's suffering and ultimate crucifixion which we can only really understand in the context of Christ’s resurrection on Easter Sunday. In Christ we find God’s promise to all of humanity, eternal life.

2016 Stations of the Cross East

SIS Performance Evening

On Tuesday night our students performed at “The Big Night - Music & Dance Review as part of the Southern Independent Schools Association annual performance evening.  The event was held at the Drum Theatre in Dandenong and our students completed two rehearsal days prior to performing before an enthusiastic crowd made up of students and families from all 16 members schools.

From St Peter’s College 30 students were involved either performing or backstage and I congratulate them on sharing their talents and being such wonderful ambassadors for our school. I thank the following staff who worked closely with the students in their preparation and on the night, Miss Karissa Robertson, Miss Karen Williams, Mr Brian Wallwork, Ms Melinda Quirrillo and Mr Daniel Coco.

  • Choir - Georgia Forster, Keely Stafford, Mary Chang Kee, Kira May, Dinali Perera, Jade Thomas, Brianna Coombs, Bethany Tai, Georgia Clover and Mia Clauscen.

  • Show Dance - Maddison Bugeja and Kayla Sluka.

  • Hip Hop Dance - Anastasia Lega

  • Junior Concert Band - Josiah Keni

  • Guitar Group - Stephen Keni

  • Senior Concert Band - Austin Yarde

  • Contemporary Dance - Natalie Angus, Naomi Hind, Nicola Williams and Tyler Gomera

  • West Representative Act - Kristian Kumarich, Maxwell Collins, Daniel Edwards, Sarah Hayes, Avi Tess Araneta-Puyat and Miranda Palmer    

  • Backstage - Cameron Edwards, Nicola Van Hamond and Spiros Halipilias

Mitch Rabot Shield

The Mitch Rabot Shield was fiercely fought between staff and students over two consecutive lunchtimes. This annual cricket match between Year 12 students and staff is named in honour of Mr Mitch Rabot, a longtime staff member of the College whose passion for cricket and coaching, saw the development of many fine young cricketers from St Peter’s College over the last 20 years. In a shortened format of the game, the staff team lead by Mr Brannan made 70 runs of 8 overs. At the time of writing this article the students were closing in on the target. The Mitch Rabot Shield will be presented to the winner at the first assembly next term.

2016 Mitch Rabot Shield

Staffing

I farewell Mr Vaughan Anderson who leaves us at the end of Term 1 and thank him for his fine service to the St Peter’s College over a number of years. Mr Jim Constantinou has been appointed to the role of ICT Coach at the West Campus beginning Term 2.

PTV Upgrades to Casey Area

I share with you an email received by the College from PTV regarding proposed changes to the public transport to the Casey area.  This could mean more access to buses, particularly for the students attending the East Campus. A member of staff attended that consultation held in Cranbourne on Tuesday 15th March 2016 and has put forward our requirements for consideration. I encourage you to access the online survey to leave feedback regarding the proposed changes and also to have your say about what is required. Please follow the link below to view information including maps pf the proposed changes as well as to complete the online survey.

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End of Term

The first term has flown by and I look forward to seeing many of our parents at the end of term interviews taking place this Wednesday and Thursday. I wish all of our families a safe and Holy Easter Holiday hoping that you enjoy some relaxing family time and some structured study and revision time particularly for our senior students. 

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Mr Tim Hogan

Principal

Latest News
East Campus News

Speaking to staff over the past week, two common threads emerge. The first is the disbelief that we are on the verge of finishing Term 1, the second is how busy the term has been. It comes as no surprise that these two themes are mentioned in the same breath. Reflecting on the variety of events including, sporting events, Year 12 Retreat, Opening College Mass and the official opening of the Coffey Centre, social justice experiences, HPV events, excursions, PAT testing for Year 7s, welcome evening for parents, the additional 140 students welcomed to the school, Project Compassion, Harmony Day, and Stations of the Cross. All of this on top of the formal learning taking place in the classroom; it is little wonder that the term has flown by. An engaged and active participation in the learning program by students with the activities on offer is what is required. For those that take-up this challenge, these are the students that have the greatest chance of success in their schooling.

2016 Stations of the Cross East 2

2016 Stations of the Cross East 3

Parent-Teacher Interviews

This week we have the opportunity to meet with you the parents and to hear from students one-on-one of the progress taking place within their learning. This is the opportunity for parents to listen and engage in dialogue not only with the teacher but with their own child in a three-way conversation. Progress and support of student learning is a partnership and it is hoped that many parents will take the opportunity to receive a progress report as well as establish some strategies to support their child’s learning at home.

The Administration Building Open for Business

The finishing touches are being made to the Administration Centre and over the holidays the move to the new centre will take place. The Administration Centre building will not only house, administration and finance staff, teaching staff and Leadership team members, it also provides facilities such as a Conference room for meetings and a Board room. In the interim the staff meeting areas will be the temporary home for the House Tutor groups of MacKillop and Romero as well as provide classroom spaces for 5 classrooms which the Year 9s will primarily use. Access for parents and visitors to the Administration Centre from the commencement of Term 2 will be via MacKillop Way, with provision for visitor car park spaces available. As the school continues to grow this addition is a welcome one as we strive to provide service to our community. Access for students from the beginning of Term 2 will be via the Student entry ONLY. This is located via the ramp facing towards the Graham building. The Discovery Centre has been home over the past years for the administration staff, it has also acted as a temporary classroom space as well as servicing the library needs of staff and students. From the commencement of Term 2 the Discovery Centre will resume its core service in the provision of library services. The Careers centre will also be housed here as well as Curriculum Support services. Both these services will support the needs of the senior students and offer opportunities for assistance and advice. More details about the Discovery Centre and its hours of operation will be provided soon.

Winter Uniform

A reminder that winter uniform is to be worn from the commencement of Term 2. Due to Term 2 commencing in early April, there will be some flexibility to be able to wear either summer or winter uniform for the first week only of Term 2. Parents and students are reminded about our zero tolerance policy to students not wearing school uniform correctly. For further information about Uniform expectations and requirements. Click here:

Supervising Students

All are reminded that once students are dropped off in the morning onto the school grounds or arrive in the morning on one of the school bus runs students must remain on the property. Likewise for students waiting for the bus at the end of the day they also must remain on the school grounds until pick-up time. Students are not permitted to leave the school grounds and walk to the local shopping centre, “Shopping on Clyde”.

Congratulations to our HPV students

Our students competed in a 24 hour endurance event last weekend at Wonthaggi and are to be congratulated on their efforts. Parents, students and staff were met with some challenging weather conditions, particularly on the Friday which required some significant problem-solving skills and a heightened level of resoluteness. However all were ready to go come race day. The senior team, competing in the open section, placed a well-deserved and credible seventh place. This was some feat considering they were competing against students much older and more experienced. The junior team worked tirelessly over the 24 hours and continued to produce personal best laps time and time again. Congratulations is extended to all involved. Special thanks to Mr Wolinski, Mrs Dissegna and Miss Williams for all their support, guidance and hard work. Thanks is also extended to a terrific band of parents who supported the event by their attendance and their assistance in so many ways. We look forward to more successes ahead.

2016 HPV Wonthagi

Bon Voyage

Best wishes are extended to eight students (seven from East and one from West) together with two staff members, Mrs Rosenblum and Ms Van Rens who will be travelling to New Caledonia over the first week of the school holidays for a French immersion experience. We wish them well and hope this learning experience is both valuable and rewarding. We look forward to hearing of their experiences upon their return.

Finally I wish all at St Peter’s College, especially the community of staff, students and parents at East Campus a Holy and peace-filled Easter. May the risen Christ be an inspiration to us all, inspiring in us the ability and desire to show hope and be the hope for others we may interact with or who come into our lives. 

Mr Chris Black

Deputy Principal, Head of East Campus

West Campus News

Social Media

Last week I referred you to an article by Andrew Fuller on how parents could help students manage their use of social media.  This week I would like to share with you the findings from a forum run by Project Rockit for the National Day Against Bullying.  Each year Project Rockit works with our Year 8 students to educate them on the issues of bullying.  Students made some important key insights for parents with regards their use of social media: Young people want more understanding from their parents about their use of technology and the positives of technology and social media. They don't want their parents liking ALL of their photos or tagging them on social media, but they're happy to be friends with them if they're more chilled! They want their parents and teachers to be empathetic if they go to them with an issues they're facing or if something has gone wrong. It would be cool if there were more privacy filters, so randoms can't add you or engage with you. Young people want everyone to be confident in putting a stop to negativity and spreading kindness instead of hate. Some of the key insights from the students is that parents don’t tend to understand the digital world and the value that young people place on social media. Their parents need to not like and tag their stuff so they don’t embarrass them. And need to be empathetic if young people go to them with issues or questions about something that may have gone wrong. The eSafety Commissioner, Alastair MacGibbon was also present and reminded students that "the internet is a reflection of ourselves and a space to reflect our best selves".  That is a message we need to keep reinforcing with our young people if they are all serious about creating a world where kindness thrives over hate, where everyone is respected, and where no one is excluded based on their gender, ethnicity, sexuality or any of their differences.

Student Anti-bullying Forum

Six forum leaders ranging from Year 8 – 11 attended an anti-bullying forum at Mount Eliza Secondary College on Thursday, 17 March.  The forum was facilitated by Project Rockit and experts Evelyn Field, Brett Lee and Steve Brunskill.  Some of our parents will remember Brett from our House Welcome & Information Evening where he presented on Cyber Safety. The students were encouraged in their leadership roles to explore some proactive strategies to address bullying and will meet this week with Mrs Anita Carter to consider a way forward that will make our school even safer for students against bullying.

City of Casey Student Leaders Reception

Last Thursday, 17 March, College Captains Karena MacNeely and Matthew Pask (West) and Amer Athiu and Lachlan Buckanen (East) went to the City of Casey Student Leaders Reception in Berwick.  Four secondary students delivered a number of intelligent and insightful messages for our young leaders.  They were reminded that they are leaders not only of tomorrow, but today. They were encouraged to release their own superpower by embracing their own story.  They were exhorted to make the most of their opportunities.  They were assured that their own resilience can help them shape their future. For all our leaders, however, the main speaker Mike Rolls was inspirational and motivational.  Having contracted meningococcal disease at age of 18 and subsequently losing both legs below the knees and some fingers on his right hand, Mike demonstrated that you can still live your dream.  He used humour and brilliant story-telling to engage us and help us believe that we already have the key to our own happiness within us all.The City of Casey would like to invite all parents to an Casey Youth Summit – Parent Consultation.  The aim of the consultation is to:

  • Identify the major barriers and challenges for young people and their families in the City of Casey
  • Provide a platform for parents and carers to voice their thoughts on what Casey Youth Services should consider providing in the future; and
  • Provide a platform for evaluation of the current Youth Services Strategy – Planning for the Future.

The consultation details are as follows:

Date: Thursday, 14 April

Time: Commencing 6.30pm sharp and concluding at 8.30pm

Venue: City of Casey Council Chambers, Magid Drive, Narre Warren

Dinner: A light dinner will be provided.

Register your attendance at this FREE forum by booking: 

City of Casey Women of Note Mentor Breakfast

On Friday, 18 March, 6 Year 11 students braved cold and stormy weather at 6.30 in the morning to travel to Narre Warren for the Casey Women of Note Mentor Breakfast.  This annual event is an opportunity for young female students who are contemplating their career options to learn from the experiences of women who have been successful in their chosen industry.  Our students, Olivia Trebilco, Summa Wood, Gemma Clover and Britney Phillips, all from West Campus joined our East Campus students, Francesca Carganilla and Sara Elbazi to also hear an inspiring guest speaker, Kate Weiss.  Kate was the 2014 Telstra Women’s Business Award winner for developing her company “Table of Plenty”.  The students returned to school after the 2 hour breakfast very enthused by what they had heard.

Palm Sunday - Walk for Justice For Refugees

On Palm Sunday, 20 March, the 2016 Walk for Justice for Refugees was attended by a small but dedicated group of teachers.  Mr Jason Blackburn, Mr Peter Woodhouse, Mr Tim Hogan and myself all gathered under the St Peter’s College banner to express our solidarity with refugees and asylum seekers who are in detention on Manus Island and Nauru. My experience at St Peter’s College has shown me that the refugee families in our own College enriches our community at least as much as we as a nation have enriched them by granting them protection in a new home.  Our Catholic faith urges us to show compassion to those in need and I encourage our social justice group and all students of good will to consider supporting this issue in the future.  You are not just supporting an issue but real human beings in real need.

2016 March for Refugees

Wishing you all a safe and blessed Easter break.

Mr David Hansen

Deputy Principal, Head of West Campus

Last weekend, 18th – 20th of March fourteen riders, (Sean Humble, Michael Miller, Tim Miller, Damon Quirk, Rhys Davidson, Justine Davidson, Charlie Ratten, Dylan Powell, Allysa Kupke, Jack Johns, Madison Johns, Joshua Bartlett, Emily Coco and Maurice Garnett), three teachers, (Mr Ziggy Wolinski, Mrs Janine Dissegna and Miss Karen Williams), many parents and Phoenix and Shadowcat travelled to Wonthaggi for the annual 24 hour Human Powered Grand Prix held in the town.

This year 81 teams made the pilgrimage with riders coming from as far as Adelaide with rider ages ranging from 10 to over 60 years old. The area quickly became a tent city but the rain and strong winds tore down many tents and it was not until 9pm on the Friday that riders and crews finally began setting up pits and camp sites, and preparing for the coming race on Saturday. The two St Peter’s College HPV Team’s (from years 7 – 10) would be competing in the Open Secondary Category (students from years 7-12) which placed them in completion with riders from up to year 12.

Mr Zygmunt Wolinski

HPV Coordinator

Religious Education News

The Easter Liturgies

This week we celebrate the Stations of the Cross. This is an ancient ritual where people walk the Via Dolorosa in Jerusalem in memory of Jesus' journey to his death.  Some of the events recalled in the Stations are not recorded in the Gospels but are part of the tradition that believers have held on to. They give a human touch to a very tragic story.

This year we are also focussing on the Crown of Thorns. The mocking soldiers and onlookers ironically call Jesus for what he is - King, Leader, Saviour.  They put a crown on his head. The crown that Jesus wears is a painful crown. He wears it proudly. He knows that his kingship, his leadership brings life to a world in pain.

I invite everybody to join their community in celebrating the great mystery of Jesus death and resurrection. Allow the many chocolate eggs represent new life for all.

Happy Easter.

Mr Stephen Nash

Religious Education Leader

 

St Agatha's Parish

Would you like to become an Extraordinary Minister or Lector?

An information/training session for parishioners who would like to assist in these important ministries will be held this Monday 21st March at 7.30pm in the Church. The new Extraordinary Ministers and Lectors will be commissioned at Holy Thursday Mass.  We would encourage those already on the rosters to come along for a refresher.  Enq. Sr Mary on 5996 1985.

Good Friday Collection

The annual collection for the support of the church in the Holy Land takes place on Good Friday.  This collection promotes the missionary work of the church in the Holy Land by providing welfare assistance to local Christians and is used to maintain 74 churches and shrines associated with the life of Jesus.  Please remember the Christians of the Holy Land again on this Good Friday.  Please also pray that peace and harmony will become a reality in the birthplace of Jesus, the ‘Prince of Peace’.

RCIA Celebration

After the Easter Vigil there will be a celebration gathering in the Church foyer to congratulate our newly initiated Catholics.  Please bring a plate to share.  All Welcome!

Divine Mercy Novena

Will be prayed each day, beginning Good Friday after the Solemn Commemoration, and continuing at 3.00pm each day in the Church until Saturday 2nd April.  All Welcome!

Car Raffle

There are 3 Toyota cars & 11 Coles/Myer gift cards on offer in this amazing raffle.  Tickets on sale after all Masses this weekend.  Tickets $2.00 each or $20 a book.  Vic permit 11119/15.

Accomodation Required

A Catholic family [four adults] are in urgent need of accommodation, three bedrooms for approx. 4 months.  If any can assist please, contact Anne-Marie on 0431 697 741.  

St Agatha's Parish

St Thomas the Apostle Parish

During this week the Parish of St Thomas the Apostle will celebrate the Holy Week liturgies for the first time. All are invited to participate at St Peter’s College in the Mass of the Lord’s Supper on Holy Thursday, the Good Friday commemoration of the passion & death of Our Lord, the Easter Vigil on Saturday night and the Easter Sunday Mass.

St Thomas the Apostle Holy Week / Easter Services

All liturgies will be celebrated at St Peter’s College, Clyde North

  • Holy Thursday 24th March - 7.30pm Mass of the Lord’s Supper
  • Good Friday 25th March - 11.00am Stations of the Cross,                   followed by Reconciliation
  • Good Friday 25th March - 3.00pm The Passion of the Lord
  • Holy Saturday 26th March - 8.00pm Easter Vigil
  • Easter Sunday 27th March - 9.30am Mass

Good Friday Collection

The annual collection for the support of the church in the Holy Land takes place on Good Friday.  This collection promotes the missionary work of the church in the Holy Land by providing welfare assistance to local Christians and is used to maintain 74 churches and shrines associated with the life of Jesus.  Please remember the Christians of the Holy Land again on this Good Friday.  Please also pray that peace and harmony will become a reality in the birthplace of Jesus, the ‘Prince of Peace’.

Car Raffle

There are 3 Toyota cars & 11 Coles/Myer gift cards on offer in this amazing raffle.  Tickets on sale after all Masses this weekend.  Tickets $2.00 each or $20 a book.  Vic permit 11119/15.

Accomodation Required

A Catholic family [four adults] are in urgent need of accommodation, three bedrooms for approx. 4 months.  If any can assist please, contact Anne-Marie on 0431 697 741.  

St Thomas the Apostle Parish

Language Exchange Program

Last week, both campuses welcomed the arrival of 8 students and 2 teachers from our sister school, Seishu Sapporo High School in Sapporo which is in the north of Japan. After a very long journey, students enjoyed a light afternoon tea before going home with their host family. Japanese students were able to attend classes at both campuses including food technology where they learnt how to make lamingtons and Anzac day biscuits. The students also visited a dairy farm in South Gippsland. An Assembly was held at the East Campus where St Peter’s College Japanese language students gave an official welcome to Sapporo High School. 

This cultural exchange was an experience which enabled students to make new friends with students from another country and culture. It also increased their confidence to speak the Japanese language and to go further with their studies. The benefits of learning a second language are significant and it is wonderful to see our students persist with their studies and embrace the opportunities that cultural programs bring them.

“I loved hosting it was great fun”  (Emma Pocock, Year 9 West Campus)

“Hosting was fantastic! Although the house feels a little empty now, I really enjoyed having Nene here! I miss her so much now... but I'm so excited to see her in September!" (Jessica Hogan, Year 10 East Campus)

“It was a pleasure hosting Kazuki!! She is such a kind person and we've become so close even with such a small amount of time. I've also become close with the other students, they've been updating me on their trip to Sapporo, Unfortunately their flight got delayed from Hong Kong to Tokyo. I am looking forward to meeting Mizuki! thank you for this opportunity!”  (Beverly Li Fa Mu, Year 10 East Campus).

A huge thankyou to all the host families for providing a home to these young students.  Without hosting families, these programs would not be possible. We have another group of Japanese students arriving from 22 July to 2 August and a group of French students from New Caledonia will be at school from 5 – 14 September.   

If you are interested in hosting a student, please contact Miss Rosenblum, at Contact Us:

Click here for Hosting application form:

Miss Olimpia Rosemblum

Language Exchange Coordinator

Next Meeting

TUESDAY 19th APRIL

AGM (Annual General Meeting)

7.15pm Tea and Coffee

7.30-9.00pm St Peter’s College WEST CAMPUS

1005 Cranbourne-Frankston Road, Cranbourne
Enter via Navarre Drive Gates please.

Guest Speaker

2016 Karrisa Robertson

Miss Karissa Robertson, Teaching Staff, Media, Dance and Drama. Learning Advisor Glowrey House West.

SPC Musical Production 2016 - Choreographer

B.Film&Media; Grad.Dip.Ed.; Crad.Cert.RE

Miss Karissa Robertson has, in 2016, taken on the role of Choreographer for the St Peter’s College Musical Production 2016, HAIRSPRAY THE MUSICAL’ which will be staged at the George Jenkins Theatre in Frankston over four performances, starting with a Matinee Performance on 10th August, followed by three evening performances from Opening Night on Thursday 11th August through to our Closing Night Performance on Saturday 13th August. Karissa has extensive training and experience in Film, Drama and Dance. She will share with us the inspiration behind her passion for Production, both within the Education Sector and privately with a local Production Group.

2016 Schedule of Meeting & Guest Presenters

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Minutes of Meeting

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Useful Links

Parents & Friends Meeting and Guest Speaker 2016

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College Alumni

2016 will see us hold our 10 Year Reunion for our Graduating Class of 2006

We will also be holding our Inaugural 1 Year Reunion for the Graduating Class of 2015

To register your interest and details please visit our Alumni Section of our website

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St Peter's College Website

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St Peter's College West Campus Canteen Pricelist

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St Peter's College Community Portal

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Catholic Life 

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Uniform

St Peter's College Uniform Standards

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St Peter's College Uniform Shop

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Second Hand Uniform Sales via Sustainable School Shop

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Secondhand Calculators and Text Books

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College Student Calendar

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Senior Curriculum VCE News

It has been an exciting, nervous and extremely busy time for our VCE students at the EAST campus.

I am delighted to be working with your sons and daughters and our wonderful VCE teachers here at the East Campus as we travel together the VCE road that will be at times difficult, hopefully fun, challenging, and frustrating, but definitely worthwhile.

Already we have been impressed by the level of commitment our VCE students are displaying. Many of our VCE students are regular in attending the additional support classes, extended study sessions in the DC as well as attending the Study Hub on a Wednesday afternoon.

Over the next few weeks, I would like to introduce the VCE East teaching team and share with you the journey that is truly unique for our EAST campus VCE students of 2016.

This week it is my pleasure to introduce: 

Chloe Thomas – Health and Human Development

Ali Minnar - English

Rada Nadan – Specialist Maths and Chemistry

Kristy Molesworth – Art and Visual Communication.

Janine Dissenga - Biology

It is our goal to instil in each of our VCE students who do range from year 10 to 12, a sense of confidence, strength and fun in order to sustain a growth mindset throughout their VCE journey.

Please feel free to contact me with and questions or concerns.

Wishing you all very happy, safe and holy Easter. 

Have a great holiday.

Take a break, but do some study

and.....

Ditch the phone next Term!

Mrs Julie Banda

Senior Years Curriculum Leader, East Campus

OUTSTANDING ORDERS FOR BOYS WHITE SHIRTS

UNIFORM SHOP SPECIAL OPENING

Monday 11th April, 1.00pm to 5.00pm

Pick-up of all outstanding Boys White Shirt Orders and Sales

Change Over to Winter Uniform

During Term 2, Week 1, students can wear either their Summer Uniform or their Winter Uniform.

Change over from Summer to Winter Uniform to be complete by Term 2, Week 2, Monday 18th April.

Please note the important changes to the St Peter's College Winter Unform

ALL Boys will continue to wear the Boys White Monogrammed Pocket Shirt with the addition of the St Peter's College Tie.
Year 7 Girls ONLY have a compulsary change  to the St Peter's College Girls White Monogrammed Pocket Blouse, which is worn with the St Peter's College Girls Bowtie.
Year 8 to 12 Girls can choose to make the change or to continue to wear the Girls White Shirt with the St Peter's College Tie.

Please note that they must wear the appropriate tie with the appropriate Shirt/Blouse.

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East Campus Payments

A reminder to East Campus Families:

The East Campus does not have receipting facilities to process cash or cheque payments. 

However, EFTPOS and credit card payments can me made via the East Campus General Office in the Discovery Centre. 

All cash and cheque payments must be made through the West Campus General Office.  

Thank you for your understanding.

Parent Volunteers Needed

Volunteers Needed!

What: SPC East Campus Student Representative Council and P&F Bunnings Sausage Sizzle

When: Saturday 14th May

Where: Masters, Thompsons Rd Cranbourne

If you can spare an hour between 8.00am and 4.00pm please let us know.

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Thank You

April Thompson

Marketing Manager

Enrolment application packs are available from the College Office of either the West or East Campus.  Open 8.00am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday.

Please contact our Registrar Kerrie Birrell on 5990 7777 or email registrar@stpeters.vic.edu.au if you have any questions regarding the enrolment process.  

We are still accepting applications to fill any vacancies for 2017.

Next Tour Dates

WEST Campus - Friday 15th April 

EAST Campus - Friday 22nd April

OR by individual appointment

Mrs Kerrie Birrell
Registrar

 

2016 Library Greek Gods and Goddesses

Library News

An interested audience participated in The Book Club's Greek Gods and Goddesses Panel.

Angela Gargarno

Head of Library

Wednesday 23rd March

  • Stations of the Cross
  • Parent, Student & Teacher Interviews 4.00pm - 8.30pm

Thursday 24th March

  • Parent, Student & Teacher Interviews 9.00am - 1.00pm

Friday 25th March

  • Student Free Day
  • Good Friday

Monday 28th March

  • Easter Monday
  • School Holidays

Monday 11th April

  • Student Free Day
  • Uniform Shop Open 1.00 - 5.00pm

Tuesday 12th April

  • Start of Term 2
  • West VCE Study Hub
  • Uniform Shop Open 1.00 - 5.00pm

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