Parents and Friends Committee

Come and meet our Principal and other members of St. Peter’s College Staff in an informal atmosphere.

Terms of Reference
SPC Code of Conduct


We currently have three Fundraising Activities:

  • 2019/20 Entertainment Book
  • Memorial Pavers
  • Ritchies Community Benefit Card

The Parent and Friends Committee holds meetings twice per term.

Throughout the year these meetings include guest speakers from the College Teaching community.

Please find full details below.

 Next Meeting

Wednesday, 29 May 2019

Focus on Catholic Education Week. ‘Listen to what the Spirit is saying…..’

6,30 pm Solomon Islands Immersion Program Fundraising Support Mtg

7.15 pm Tea and Coffee 7.30 pm – 9.00 pm St. Peter’s College Clyde North Campus

Administration Building. Please enter via 55 MacKillop Way gates

GUEST SPEAKER – Ms Elouise Johnson, Teaching & Learning Coach, Religious Education, & Year 9 Kolbe Learning Advisor, Clyde North Campus

Elouise is a Graduate student of St. Peter’s College and since completing her University studies, she has held numerous teaching roles at our Clyde North Campus, most notably in 2018 taking up a role in the XSPAND Year 9 Program. This year Elouise accepted the position, in the new position of Teaching & Learning Coach, Religious Education, Clyde North Campus.

Elouise will share with us why she wanted to become a teacher and her journey in teaching and what St. Peter’s College means to her as both a student and teacher.

She will also outline why she believes Catholic Education is of great importance.

PRINCIPAL’S REPORT: Our Principal attends each of our Parents & Friends Committee meetings, and gives us all an up to date and first hand report of what is happening in our College. By attending these meetings you will be given the opportunity to ask any pertinent questions directly to our Principal.

Agenda Items include:

  • Parent Code of Conduct
  • College Graduate Outcomes
  • College 25th Anniversary Celebrations

School Improvement Framework (SIF)

What do we want our College to look like in 2025?
Throughout this year there will be a number of opportunities for all key stakeholders, Staff, Students, Parents and the College Advisory Committee to contribute to a review of the strategic plan that has guided us over the past four years. 2018 was the final year of the current strategic plan and last year we formed a newly structured School Improvement Framework (SIF) resulting in our strategic plan 2019-22.

We are now implementing the 2019-22 Strategic Plan

The bulk of the work  reviewed and therefore covered in our new Strategic Plan where the following: Catholic Identity & RE, Learning & Teaching, and Leadership. One forum for these discussions will be the Parents and Friends meetings. I encourage you to  contribute to the future directions of the College.

Mr Chris Black


Term Meeting Dates
1 Wednesday 13 February, & Wednesday 13 March
2 Wednesday 1 May, & Wednesday 29 May
3 Wednesday 17 July, & Wednesday 28 August
4 Wednesday 6 November, & Wednesday 4 December

The Executive may be contacted through the College:

President: Ms Naomi Bartlett

Treasurer: Vacant

Secretary: Mrs Sharon Clover

P&F Committee Representative on College Advisory Committee: Mrs Sharon Clover

To Contact St. Peters College Parents & Friends Executive:

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Recognition of generous support of funds by the Parents and Friends Association towards the St Peter’s College Statue and Garden a plaque has been laid at the entrance to the Garden to acknowledge the generous financial support received by St Peter’s College towards the Statue and Garden of St Peter.

Other donations from the Parents & Friends Association over the years has seen the purchase of the St Peter’s College first Human Powered Vehicle, Large Chess Pieces and seating along the Cranbourne Campus Ave for students.

Fundraising 2019

Entertainment Book 2019/20

By clicking on the link below you will ensure that the fundraising dollars comes to St. Peter’s College


Entertainment Book saving can amount to over $10,000.00 per year, but even with savings on a few items you only need to use the Book Membership or Digital membership twice to save more than the $70.00 it cost.

The Entertainment Book is a local restaurant and activity guide which provides hundreds of up to 50% off and 2-for-1 offers for the finest restaurants, cafes, attractions, activities, retailers and hotel accommodation.

The Book gives you exclusive offers that are virtually restriction free, literally pages and pages of offers to enjoy all year long.

The Entertainment Digital Membership puts the value of the Entertainment Book into your Apple or Android smartphone. With ‘near me’  technology and the ability to show and save using your phone, this is perfect for the person on-the-go, with no Card or Voucher to present.

To Purchase your Book or Digital membership for yourself or for family and friends:

Memorial Pavers:

Your Name Can  Go Down in History. Engraved pavers to be laid in St. Peter’s Sculpture Garden.

We continue our Fundraising Program to secure enough pavers to complete the pathways around the St. Peter’s Sculpture Gardensat Cranbourne Campus and the Avenue path, at Clyde North Campus.

Cost of your personalised paver, is $35.00 including engraving.

Pavers are available with up to 34 characters including spaces, so you can choose to have a student name or family name immortalised in the garden. 

Paver Order Form - Clyde North Campus
Paver Order Form - Cranbourne Campus

Ritchies Community Benefits Card

St. Peter’s College is a member of the Ritchies Community Benefits club which donates 0.5% of the money you spend on groceries and liquor to the club, school or charity of your choice. Parents can collect a membership tag from the College office.

Please let friends and family know, and encourage sales and fundraising results for the St. Peter’s College Parents and Friends Committee initiatives.

Thank you all for your support.


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