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Issue 59  |  20 July 2016
Featured Story
From the Principal

World Youth Day 


This week staff member Miss Maria Gonsalvez sets off for 2016 World Youth Day in Krakow, Poland. Miss Gonsalvez will travel and work with other teachers, staff and students from the Diocese of Sale on the 2 week pilgrimage to Poland which will climax in the open air mass conducted by Pope Francis to well over 2 million young people who have travelled from around the world to celebrate and share their faith. The theme for World Youth Day this year is 'Blessed are the Merciful, for they will be shown Mercy'. In a world which is crying out for mercy, we pray that with God’s help we will come to an understanding that mercy requires us to forgive, to listen, to persevere, to heal and to act.


God, merciful Father,
in your Son, Jesus Christ, you have revealed your love
and poured it out upon us in the Holy Spirit, the Comforter,
We entrust to you today the destiny of the world and of every man and woman”.
We entrust to you in a special way
young people of every language, people and nation:
guide and protect them as they walk the complex paths of the world today
and give them the grace to reap abundant fruits
from their experience of the Krakow World Youth Day.
Heavenly Father,
grant that we may bear witness to your mercy.
Teach us how to convey the faith to those in doubt,
hope to those who are discouraged,
love to those who feel indifferent,
forgiveness to those who have done wrong
and joy to those who are unhappy.
Allow the spark of merciful love
that you have enkindled within us
become a fire that can transform hearts
and renew the face of the earth.
Mary, Mother of Mercy, pray for us.
Saint John Paul II, pray for us.
Saint Faustina, pray for us.

Year 12 Parent Teacher Interviews

As part of our focus on improving student learning through the provision of formative feedback we have introduced two new activities into our Year 12 school year. First at the end of semester one, with all Year 12 students completing their VCE undertaking trial exams across each of their elected subjects. Each year we will use these trial exams to provide our students with feedback on their progress to date. To further assist them in this understanding of how they are performing we have scheduled Parent Teacher Interviews for our Year 12 students next Tuesday to coincide with the Futures Expo Event. This will be a unique opportunity for Parents, Students and Teachers to evaluate students performance to date and then set new goals and strategies for the last 10 weeks of their academic year, Year 12 students will no longer have interviews scheduled for the end of Term 3.

Try A VET Course Day

On Monday of this week a VET Course Taster Day, convened by VET & VCAL Coordinator Mr Chris O’Hara, was held for all of our Year 9 Students from the East and West Campuses. Students were able to see the VET courses on offer at St Peter’s College and through other TAFE Colleges, as well as gain an understanding of how VET course will assist in their learning and help develop a Career Pathway, whether that be through to University via the VCE or onto a trade via the VCAL Program. Students going into Year 10 and Year 11 next year will be able to explore the VET/VCAL and VCAL options in detail at the Futures Expo held next Tuesday at the West Campus.  This is a compulsory event for all students from Year 8-12 and begins the important 2017 subject selection process for these students. 

tim vet

tim vet 3

tim vet 2

Child Safety Policy & Code of Conduct 

As advised earlier this year the Victorian Government has put into legislation new minimum Child Safe Standards that all Victorian schools are required to meet by the 1st of August 2016. As part of our actions to meet those standards staff from the East & West Campus were involved in a Child Safety Seminar conducted by Childwise on the last day of Term 2. A very productive session was held for all staff to provide input into the formulation of a new ChildSafety Policy and Code of Conduct governing all staff and volunteers at St Peter’s College.  A working party has now been established under the direction of College RE Leader - Mr Steve Nash to take the consultation with our parents from the Parents & Friends Meetings this term and our Student Representative Council into the formulation of a Code of Conduct for our school community. Parents will have the opportunity to comment on this draft Code of Conduct and Policy at the next Parents and Friends meeting on the 30th of August.


St Peter’s College - West Campus Senior Boys Basketball team won the pennant in Division 2 of the Victorian College Championships at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre this week. It was a fantastic effort by Coach DeGoldi and the team taking on and beating Penola College 25 - 10 in a tense final. 

Senior Boys Basketball

Grand Final: Defeated Penola College 25 - 10 

Team Members: Matt Pask, Matt Simpson, Luke Schreurs, Brendan Octaviano, Joseph Mammone and Harrison Orchard. 

Hayden Olman was also a member of the team, and played in the qualifying games last term, however didn't play due to injury.

Year 11 student Jackson Boyd continues to shine in the baseball arena competing for the Australian Under 16 Team in the Asian Pacific Baseball tournament. Jackson pitched the final game against Guam in a 10-0 score line to bring home the gold medal. As the winning team in the Asian Pacific Region, Jackson and the Australian team will now head to Bangor Maine in America to compete in the America World Series. Good luck Jackson.

jackson & team


We keep staff member Mrs Jo Hart in our prayers at the loss of her much loved father John who passed away last Friday.

Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them. May the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.

Tim Hogan 

Latest News
Careers News

FUTURES EXPO – Tuesday 26 July 11 am – 8 pm

Registers are now open for your Workshops of interest using the Quick Link on the school website or click here to access: 

Time Workshops Available

Focus on VET in Schools and Pathways

11 – 12 noon

VET, VCAL & VCE – What is the difference and what’s best for me?

Meet the Principal

Guided Tour – St Peter’s Trade Skills Centre with student speaker

Year 8 into 9 – Choosing the right electives

Year 9 into 10– Academic v’s Vocational

French Student Exchange at St Peter’s

Apply for a job with McDonalds - have your Interview at the Futures Expo
12 – 1 pm 

TAFE Electives at St Peter’s

VET, VCAL & VCE – What is the difference?

Year 8 into 9 – Choosing the right electives

Maths Pathways

Guided Tour – St Peter’s Trade Skills Centre with student speaker

Apply for a job with McDonalds - have your Interview at the Futures Expo

1 – 2 pm

How to start a School Based Apprenticeship / Traineeships

Year 8 into 9 – Choosing the right electives

Year 9 into 10– Academic v’s Vocational

Apply for a job with McDonalds - have your Interview at the Futures Expo

Focus on Employment Opportunities

2 – 3 pm

Employment Tips – Resume advice for the digital era

Year 8 into 9 – Choosing the right electives

Finding an Apprenticeship and Labour Market Update

Apply for a job with McDonalds - have your Interview at the Futures Expo
3 – 4 pm

Year 9 into 10 – Academic v’s Vocational

Recruitment with Victoria Police

VET, VCAL & VCE – What is the difference and what’s best for me?

Create a Resume for future employment

Apply for a job with McDonalds - have your Interview at the Futures Expo
4 – 5 pm

Maths Pathways

Create a Resume for future employment·

Apply for a job with McDonalds - have your Interview at the Futures Expo


Focus on University and Private Colleges

5 – 6 pm

Monash University – Start Uni in your VCE, Course Pathways and Scholarships

Navigating the VCE – Tips for Top VCE Scores

Year 8 into 9 – Choosing the right electives

Recruitment with Defence Forces Australia

6 – 7 pm

Year 12 to Uni – ATARs, VTAC and Accessing University

Year 9 into 10 – Academic v’s Vocational

French Student Exchange at St Peter’s College
7 – 8 pm

VET, VCAL & VCE – What is the difference and what’s best for me?

Navigating the VCE – Tips for top VCE scores

Year 8 into 9 – Choosing the right electives


Please note the Student Record Book incorrectly states Monday 25 July as the student free day.  Please be assured it is on Tuesday 26 July 2016.  The purpose for this non attendance day is to ensure all students have the time available to gain the necessary information at the Futures Expo.  Subject selection will soon follow and this event is the one stop shop to update your knowledge.

Melissa Dillon
Careers Co-ordinator, West Campus
Robyn Cardamone
Careers Co-ordinator, East Campus


Yr 9 Try a VET Day

On Monday 18th July, the College ran a “Try a VET Day” for Year 9 Students for both the East and West Campus.  Year 9 students had a “taste tester” of VET subjects offered primarily at St. Peter’s College, but also other options offered external to the College. The Students not only developed an understanding of the requirements of what a VET course entails, but undertook practical tasks that are relevant to each course. 

Students were asked to select 2 preferences from the following:

Information, Digital Media & Technology, Sport & Recreation, Building & Construction, Engineering, Electro Technology, Fashion / Textiles, Music, Hair, Beauty, Early Childhood, Interactive Gaming, Hospitality, Automotive Studies

I'm sure the students gained knowledge and hands on experiences which will assist in their subject selection for 2017 at the upcoming Futures Expo.



What is VETiS?

Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VETiS) programs are designed to expand opportunities and pathways for senior secondary students, and improve post compulsory educational outcomes as well as address the employment needs of industry in Victoria.

VETiS can offer:

  • A nationally recognised Vocational Certificate with credits built in just like other subjects - therefore counts towards the VCE & VCAL Certificates - contributes to the ATAR or study score 
  • An opportunity to put knowledge and skills into practice in a simulated or actual workplace environment known as Structured Workplace Learning (SWL)
  •  A qualification which will provide access to further training or chances of getting work when finishing school

I look forward to discussing this further at the Futures Expo next Tuesday.



Chris O'Hara
VCAL / VET  Coordinator

Learning & Teaching News

Feedback from a number of Parents suggests that the New College Marking that was reported on Reports has not been clearly communicated to all parents. Included with this week’s Newsletter is a further explanation of our marking scheme. Please click here for the explanation Letter. If Parents would like further explanation, please do not hesitate to contact the College.

Internet Changes 

For Semester 2, the College has increased the variety of websites that students may access at the College. The aim is to provide students with both education in appropriate use of ICT technology as well as developing educational opportunities using web based programs. Parents are asked to contact House Leaders if they have any concerns related to this new Policy. 


Marlene Jorgenson
Deputy Principal, Learning & Teaching


SPC Musical Production

Thurs 11th August 7.30pm Opening Night
Fri 12th August 7.30pm 
Sat 13th August 7.30pm

Tickets Now On SalePlease Click Here:  

The 1950's are out and change is in the air!  …And in August 2016, St Peter’s College brings to life the esteemed 60’s musical: Hairspray!  Winner of 8 Tony Awards including Best Musical!  Hairspray is a family-friendly musical piled bouffant high with laughter, romance, and deliriously tuneful songs.


It's 1962 in Baltimore, and the lovable plus-size teen Tracy Turnblad has only one desire - to dance on the popular ‘Corny Collins Show’. When her dream comes true, Tracy is transformed from social outcast to sudden star. She must use her newfound power to dethrone the reigning Teen Queen, win the affections of heartthrob Link Larkin, and integrate a TV network, all without denting her 'do!

East Campus News

Building Progress

As the first sod was turned this week so begins the next stage of our building program, the Stage 3B Coffey Centre for Creativity building. As the semester progresses I will endeavour to provide both a photographical and a written update of progress. It is another exciting time and an important historical moment in the overall development of the East Campus.

With the projected growth in numbers arriving on the campus in 2017, this building which will house Year 10 and Year 11 classrooms, as well as a dedicated IT hub, and provisions to deliver Textiles studies, is a welcome addition. Alongside this building project, the next stage of our landscape design will commence, providing the opportunity for the community to come together at a central meeting point

Try a VET Day

Year 9 Students travelled to the West Campus on Monday to learn and experience in an interactive way VET subjects that are on offer for students as they commence their subject selection process for 2017. The reports back suggested that students were very engaged in the day. VET (Vocational Education and Training) subjects provide students with the opportunity to broaden their possible career pathways leading to increasing opportunities.

Year 10 Subject Selection

Year 10 Students have begun their subject selection process for their VCE program this week. Parents and students had the opportunity for individual interviews with key staff. This has come at an important time, being the week prior to the Futures Expo. These conversations covered such things as, VTAC preferences, VCE versus VCAL and pre-requisite subjects. These were and are critical conversations to have to ensure informed decisions are made ahead of the subject selection process.

Futures Expo

A reminder of a significant calendar event taking place next week. Next Tuesday, July 26th is the Futures Expo day at the West Campus for both East and West Campus students. All students, Years 8-12 are required to attend. It is a student free day, with students required to book into workshops to be held at the West Campus. The workshops, as well as the subject displays and tertiary information booths provide essential information to inform students and families regarding the subject selection process and possible future study and career pathways.  

Important: The Careers Expo is held at the West Campus. All relevant information can be found in the material previously sent. 

The Role of Parent’s in Career Choice

I came across an article this week that gave a very good summary of the influence parents can make to effectively supporting their child when making critical choices about subject selection and career choices. In part the article states:

Parents serve as a major influence in their children’s career development and career decision- making. Parents want their children to find happiness and success in life and one factor which influences happiness and success is career choice. Research also indicates that when students feel supported and loved by their parents, they have more confidence in their own ability to research careers and to choose a career that would be interesting and exciting. This is important because studies show that adolescents who feel competent regarding career decision-making, tend to make more satisfying career choices later in life. (Keller 2004).

Parents influence the level of education or training that their children achieve; the knowledge they have about work and different occupations; the beliefs and attitudes they have to working; and the motivation they have to succeed. Most of this is learned unconsciously – children and teenagers absorb their parents attitudes and expectations of them as they grow up.

Some of the key influencers are:

  • The expectations parents have for their children's education and career
  • The example they set for their children
  • The values they show to their family, friends and to society
  • The opportunities they offer their children to learn and develop
  • The kind of parent-child relationship they develop Click Here:

Tips to help your child’s career development:

  • Encourage your children to get as much education as possible
  • Help them to discover their innate talents and skills
  • Develop their knowledge of the world of work
  • Teach them decision- making skills
  • Value gender equity and cultural diversity
  • Become aware of career resources/ education and training opportunities
  • Observe the effects of work experience Click Here:

SRC Report

The SRC met this week some significant agenda items discussed. Discussion firstly centred around making a decision on what to spend a generously donated $1,000 dollars from our College Parents and Friends. Students have been conscious to consult widely and involve students in the decision making progress. The short-list was established with the next step in the process calling for students to select their preference. I look forward to reporting on the outcome of the consultation process in a future newsletter. The SRC were also asked to input to the development of a policy and protocols associated with the new Child Safety guidelines.

St Peter’s College is committed to ensuring all partners, staff, parents and students are actively engaged in the formation of these guidelines and in the information and knowledge sharing around this new policy initiative. It was impressive to witness how engaged the students were to the process and how seriously they took their role. Their input has added greatly to the final products, particularly around the policy itself and in the development of a code of conduct for staff.

Wishing all a wonderful week ahead

Chris Black
Deputy Principal, Head of East Campus

West Campus News

Subject Selection & Futures Expo

The focus this week has been on subject selection with a number of Year 10 interviews with parents and students seeking guidance as they consider either VCAL, VCE or VET options for Year 11. Our Pastoral Period on Thursday also assists students in considering their Pathway for study and eventually some career and employment.  

It is understandable that many of our young people are unsure about what they may want to do in the future.  As parents, we need not panic about this, but support our child in pursuing some goals knowing that it may open up other options in the future.  If the student is still not clear what subjects to choose, then my suggestion is to use the following three guidelines for students:

  1. Choose a subject you enjoy
  2. Choose a subject which you are good at
  3. Choose a subject that will help you with your goals (or that will keep your options open)

I look forward to meeting many parents at the Futures Expo on Tuesday, 26 July from 11 am to 8.00 pm.  Although this is a student free day, all students in Years 8 to 12 are expected to attend to enquire about Subjects and Career Pathways.  Year 7 students are welcome to attend.

MindMatters Survey

At Futures Expo, you will be invited to take part in a survey about St Peter’s College’s approach to Mental Health and Wellbeing.  This will be set up in the Hall Foyer and can be accessed electronically or you can fill in a hard copy survey.

The survey has been issued by the College Leadership Team, which is gathering parent and family opinions as part of the College's involvement with MindMatters, a mental health initiative for Secondary Schools.  Your response will help inform the College's future work on mental health.

The survey contains 28 questions and will take about 5 to 10 minutes to complete.  Your response will not identify you and it will be confidential. 

If you have any more questions about MindMatters, talk with me at the Futures Expo or Click Here to go to their website:

Please click here for the What is Mindmatters information sheet:

McGuigan Shield House Competition

Some of the activities happening at the moment include Indoor Soccer and from next week House Chess will commence over 4 weeks. Please encourage your child to be involved in supporting their House and active in the co-curricular life of the College.

Digital Environment Safety

The other day I was warned of a wild creature roving the College grounds. It looked like this:

I am reliably informed by the Year 9 students that the creature is a Pokemon called Eevee.

There's been plenty of interesting things going on in the digital environment lately, we've heard a lot about the Musical.ly app and of course, Pokémon Go has absolutely exploded into popularity.

Brett Lee, our cyber safety presenter from the 2016 House Welcome Evening, has made a video highlighting some interesting points on Musical.ly which you can view here

He has also directed us to the following article about Pokémon Go to address some of the safety concerns surrounding the game. Please click here to view the following link: What Parents with young children need to know about Pokémon Go

City of Casey Young Entrepreneur Challenge

The City of Casey wants to connect with all those clever young people out there who have the potential and desire to start their own business one day.

They are holding a young entrepreneur challenge at the moment for any young person who has a tech-business idea and needs some support to make it happen.

Despite their best efforts, response has been low, and so if you are interested, please contact Lydia Ropiha, Senior Economic Development Officer at the City of Casey.

E-mail: Click Here:     
Web: Click Here:    
Facebook: Click Here: 

All entries are kept strictly confidential and the presentation at the shark’s tank can also be done privately.  Please give Lydia a call if you have any questions.

Understanding and Supporting Children with Anxiety  

Thursday, August 11th, 2016, 7pm to 9pm.
Entry: $20

The Bentleigh Club 33 Yawla St, Bentleigh.
FREE onsite car park / Bistro open before event.

Secure your place! Click here to email:
Include your name, venue and number of tickets required at $20 each. Collect and pay for tickets on the night. No EFTPOS
Enquiries:  Ph 0433 616 771

David Hansen
Deputy Principal, Head of West Campus

St Agatha's Parish News

Dear Parishioners

I will be away for the World Youth Day in Krakow in Poland from 18th July to 7th August.  Please note while I am away there will be no morning Masses on Monday and Saturdays, no Reconciliation or Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament on Saturday morning and no Masses celebrated at the Parish schools or nursing homes, all weekday Masses will be celebrated in the Church.

This week we welcome Fr Tony Spierings and Fr Ray Scanlan to our Parish to help celebrate Masses while I am away. Fr Ray Scanlan will also be celebrating Mass at St Thomas the Apostle, I am grateful to all the priests who have accepted to celebrate Masses for you while I am away.  Please make them feel welcome to the Parish.  

Fr Denis has come out of hospital and is recovering from his operation. Please continue to keep Fr Denis in your prayers for a quick recovery. Please pray for me while I am away and I will be thinking of you and will be praying for you.  

With best wishes, Fr Joseph.

Migrant and Refugee Sunday Mass

Will be held on Sunday 18th September, 2.00pm at St Agatha’s Parish. Bishop Pat O’Regan will be concelebrating.  All Welcome! Afternoon tea will be held in the school hall after Mass.

Children's Liturgy

Could Children’s Liturgy leaders please pick up their 3rd Term Rosters and materials from the folder in the foyer.  For enquiries please contact Sr Faustina 

St Agatha's Parish

St Thomas the Apostle Parish News

Heart Region Youth Leadership Training Snow Retreat

Join the National Evangelisation Team (NET) for a weekend full of skiing, tobogganing, leadership training, friendship and fun.  Friday 5th to 7th August at St Joseph’s Retreat Centre, Cowwarr and a day at Mt. St. Gwinear.  RSVP 29th July. Cost $50 each or $100 per family.  For more information call  Christa Dwyer on 51451415 or Jenny Fitzgerald on 0421 910 448. 

Retreats & Healing Masses

Led by Fr Varghese Parackal VC, for more information click here or contact Ramesh & Bernie on 0433 549 167 

Campion Centre of Ignatian Spirituality

Through the cracks the light gets in with Jacinta Bright. Friday 29th July, 7pm - Sunday 31st July, 3pm. Suggested donation: $240 (live-in) or $170 (live-out).  For upcoming retreats: Click Here  or to make a booking please contact: Campion Centre of Ignatian Spirituality, 99 Studley Park Rd, Kew Ph: 9854 8110.  

Parish Pastoral Council

Will be meeting on 26th July at 7.30pm in the John Paul II room.

St Thomas the Apostle Parish

Religious Education News


Last week tour Year 9 students spent the day on Reconciliation in different forms.

It happened to coincide with the attack in Nice, France. Not long after this was the coup in Turkey and shortly after that some more shootings in America.

Reconciliation is about bringing people together and sorting differences. The opposite brings violence and destruction.

On Friday our Year 9 Students had some time with young people from the Reach Foundation that challenged them to acknowledge hurt and to seek forgiveness. It is always a shock to see how unaware of our actions we human beings can be.  The day looked at some great Reconcilers, people who have shown an incredible capacity to bring a greater sense of togetherness after great hurt.

We also looked at Zaccheaus and the Prodigal Son, one who sought forgiveness and one who gave.

Let us bring a little more forgiveness, hope and togetherness to our world.

Stephen Nash
Religious Education Leader

Thursday 21 July


Friday 22 July

East Campus Tour
Afterschool Detention

Saturday 23 July

World Youth Day students depart

Tuesday 26 July

Student Free Day

FUTURES EXPO at the West Campus

All students Years 8 to 12 MUST ATTEND

Thursday 28 July


Monday 1 August

Subject Selection Due

SIS Teen Chef Championship

Tuesday 2 August


Year 10 Justice Camp


Exchange Program News

We are still urgently in need for host families to host French students from our sister school in New Caledonia, arriving from 5 – 14 September.  You do not need to speak French as students are here to improve their english!

Please click here and complete the form or Click here to contact Ms Rosenblum, college Exchange Coordinator 

New Caledonia 20 july

French Exchange 2017 - Study Tour – New Caledonia - Information 

Information sessions about the St Peter’s College French Exchange program will be held on Tuesday 26 July at the Futures Expo.
The session will include general information about the French Exchange Program as well as specific information about the Study Tour to New Caledonia.

In order to book online, please follow the link on the College website under “Futures Expo 2016” quick link on the home page. Click Here:

There will be two Information Sessions, one at 11am and the other at 6pm in Breen 3 & 4 at the West Campus. These are the only Information Sessions that will be held for next year’s French Exchange Program.

New Caledonia 20 july 2                            
Olimpia Rosenblum
College Exchange Coordinator

Entertainment Book 2016/17

Order an Entertainment™ Membership and support St Peter's College P&F Association

We're very excited to be fundraising with Entertainment™ again this year. Order your NEW 2016 | 2017 Entertainment™ Books and Entertainment™ Digital Memberships from us today, and 20% of the proceeds contribute towards our fundraising

Entertainment™ Memberships are packed with thousands of up to 50% OFF and 2-for-1 offers for the best local restaurants, café, attractions, hotel accommodation, travel, and much more! Available as a traditional Entertainment Book - or - Digital Membership on your smartphone, your Membership gives you over $20,000 worth of valuable offers valid through to 1 June 2017!

Click here to ORDER from us today:

Memorial Pavers

Your Name Can Go Down in History!

Engraved pavers to be laid in St Peter's Sculpture Garden at either the West or East Campus.

We are launching our campaign for the east Campus Statue and Gardens area and we continue our Program to secure enough pavers to complete the pathways around the St Peter's Sculpture Gardens at the West Campus.

Cost of your personalised paver, is $30.00 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.

Click here to download Order Form West Campus:

Click here to download Order Form for East Campus:

Year 12 Graduating Class of 2016 Paver Order Form for West Campus:

Year 12 Garduating Class of 2016 Paver Order Form for East 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 P&F Association. 

Thank you all for your support.

Next Meeting

Tuesday 30 August 2016

7.15 Tea and Coffee                    
7.30-9.00 pm St Peter’s College WEST CAMPUS
1005 Cranbourne Frankston Rd, Cranbourne 
Enter via Navarre Drive Gates please.

Michele McArdle

Guest Speaker – Ms Michele McArdle
House Leader
Teaching Staff, Humanities & English  B.Ed.

Ms Michele McArdle joined St. Peter's College in 2016, as our Kolbe House Leader, at the West Campus. Michele will tell us a little of her journey to St Peter’s College and her role as House Leader, and the importance of St Peter’s College philosophy in ‘Educating the whole child’, which includes the all-important Pastoral Care Program, delivered by our House System. Michele has had a full and varied career to date, encompassing Head of Media Studies, Year Level Co-ordinator, English Convenor and English, History, PE and Religious Education teacher. Michele will also share a little of her role as Ambassador for One Girl.

2016 Schedule of Meetings & Guest Presenters

To view please click here:

Minutes of July 19th Meeting

To View please click here:

Next Meeting Agenda Items:

  • Guest Speaker: Ms Michele McArdle
  • College Child Safe Schools Policy and Conduct Presentation.
  • College Uniform Sub-committee formation

Fundraising 2017

Click here for more information on how we can support our College and Students

2016 Futures Expo

To veiw and book Sessions Please Click Here:

2017 Curriculum Handbook

e-book version now available. Please Click Here:

Also note that individual Year Level Curriculum outlines are available to view and download from our website Teaching and Learning section. Click Here:

Please find our individual Year Level Curriculum Outlines as listed below:

Year 7 2017 Curriculum:

Year 8 2017 Curriculum:

Year 9 2017 Curriculum:

Year 10 2017 Curriculum:

Years 11 & 12 Curriculum:

College Alumni

2016 will see us hold our 10 Year Reunion for our Graduating Class of 2006
To register your interest and details please visit our Alumni Section of our website

Please click here:

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 

To veiw the May 2016 edition online please click here:

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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To see what is currently available for sale click here:

Secondhand Calculators and Text Books

Secondhand Text Books and Calculators please click here:

College Student Calendar

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