“Our desire is for students to run excitedly through St. Peter’s College gates to commence Year 7, and walk out at the end of Year 12 with confidence, a sense of purpose, and a feeling of positivity about their future”
Who to talk to?
From the moment your child is enrolled with St. Peter’s College, our partnership with your family begins.
There may be many reasons why you would need to talk to a teacher or other member of College staff.
Whether it is academic progress, behavioural, school related relationships, adapting to College life, absences or even to pass on positive feedback.
St. Peter’s College Pastural Care Program comprises of a Vertical House System, where your family will be allocated to one of our Houses, with one House Leader, and then to a Tutor Group with the one Learning Advisor for all of the years that the student is with the College.
Our advise is that in the first instance you contact your child’s Learning Advisor with the next level of contact to be with your child’s House Leader.
A further option would be your child’s Deputy Principal, Head of Campus for more serious, specific or specialised matters.
Communicate, Engage, Interact
Year 7 2023 Familiarisation Events
|Year 7 -12 2022|
|College Discovery Evening||Cranbourne Campus||Tues 16 March 2021|
|College Discovery Evening||Clyde North Campus||Thurs 18 March 2021|
|Uniform Fitting & Purchasing||Book suitable date/time on-line||Oct – Dec 2021 & 2022|
|Yr 8 -12 2022 HeadStart||Commence School (optional)||Nov 17 2021|
|Yr 7 2022 Orientation Day||Tues 23 Nov 2021|
|Stationery School Collection||Pop-up Store at School for pre-ordered & paid orders||TBA|
|College Office Closed||Fri 17 Dec 2021|
|College Office Open||Mon 10 Jan 2022|
|Uniform Collection||Pre-paid Oder collection from Uniform Shop at Cranbourne Campus||Tues 18 – Wed 19 Jan 2022|
|Yr 7 2022 Commence School||Fri 28 Jan 2022 TBC|
Portals & Policies
The role of the Transition Program at both our Cranbourne Campus and Clyde North Campus is to oversee the well-being of all Year 7 students as they make the transition from Primary School to Secondary School.
We at St. Peter’s College understand the immense change this transition is for both our Students and their Parents.
Our Pastoral Care Leaders work to develop programs and procedures to ensure that both the learning and the pastoral needs of all students entering Year 7 are understood by the following departments and teams within the College:
- Pastoral Care Leader
- Welfare Team
- House Leaders & Learning Advisors
- Curriculum Team
- Special Programs Department
- Administration Team
Walk Around Virtual Campus
Do you have any questions that we can help you with?
Enrolment Enquries can be sent directly to our College Registrar, Mrs Wendy Height