Email is our primary form of communication through the transition process and throughout your child’s school years at St. Peter’s College. Regularly check your email as supplied to the College with your Enrolment Application. If your email contact details change please notify the College as soon as practical.
Stay connected. The College utilises the St. Peter’s College SchoolBox App known as S.P.A.C.E to keep you up to date with information from the College. Schoolbox is a Learning management System that includes the ability to provide online learning resources, homework and assignments, timetables as well as electronic assessment. This will allow you to see your child’s academic progress, in real time, throughout the year. You will need to download the App from the Apple App Store or Goggle Play in preparation for receiving your log-in details when you child starts at the College.
This is how the College communicates with parents about camps, retreats, excursions and various other events or activities at the College. You will need to create a profile in CareMonkey and update and student medical details for each of your children at St. Peter’s College.
The College e-Newsletter is published each fortnight during Term and sent to your contact email address as supplied at the time of Enrolment Application. You should have been subscribed to receive this as part of your Enrolment Application. If you have not been receiving the e-Newsletter please contact the College Office and ask to be subscribed.
To contribute articles of student successes and events, please forward text and jpeg images to [email protected] for consideration.
All family members can subscribe to receive this newsletter with a valid email account simply by visiting our website or contacting our office.
Our website is structured to meet the needs of prospective families and students. If you can not find the information you need on our website as a current parent, please contact the office via email [email protected] or phone 5990 7777
Research shows the benefit students receive if parents are active and engaged with their school – regardless of age. Teenagers benefit when they see their families are a part of their educational experience.
Parents & Friends Committee
Meetings are held in the evening twice a Term alternating between each Campus and throughout the year guest speakers from the College teaching community are invited to attend and present a little about themselves and their journey in teaching and about their role in the College.
Our Principal attends each meeting and presents his Principal’s report and will answer questions from our families.
We undertake minimal fundraising, and call on parents/guardians a couple of times in the year to support our students Social Welfare fundraising efforts.
Our meetings are published in our e-Newsletter.
Attend Information Sessions
The College regularly holds Information Evenings with the aim to update parents and guardians. Topics at information sessions are varied and tailored to particular year levels, as well as whole school. We encourage families to engage, by attending and contributing.