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Issue 66  |  07 September 2016
Featured Story
From the Principal

Welcome College Magenta

This week 25 students and 3 staff arrived from Magenta College in New Caledonia for their first visit to St Peter’s College. The students ranging in ages from 13 to16 have a full program over the next week, including a visit to the Melbourne Central Business District, to take in some of our cultural sights and exploring the highlights of our local region. The Exchange Program with Magenta College is now in its second year with our students having already made two trips to Noumea to practise their french language and sample the wonderful hospitality and culture of the New Caledonian people. 

Tim 7 sept

As always the success of our Exchange Program can be attributed to our staff, parents and students, so I would like to acknowledge the work of our Exchange Co-ordinator Ms Rosenblum, Language staff and the many generous families who have offered to host 1, 2 and in some cases 3 students this week.
Tim 2 7 sept 

Thank You to the following families:

Puxty, Willett, Lildaree, Forbes, Moroney, Newlands, Patel, Tang Yan Wo, Wilson, Wickham, Bartlett, Cortese, Hopp, Van der Velden, Clarke, Byleveld, Vezelici, Saijeevananthan and Constatin

SIS Athletics Division A

Our Athletics Team, comprising of both East and West students, participated in the SIS Division A Carnival at the Lakeside Athletics Centre last Thursday. Our students performed well finishing 5th overall with only a handful of points separating 3rd, 4th and 5th. 

I applaud the overall participation by our team and commend the many fine individual performances headed by Shahd Mohamed from Romero House. My thanks to Sports Co-ordinators Mr Justin DeGoldi and Miss Chloe Thomas and the PE staff, who not only prepared our own students but also conducted a very professional carnival for the SIS member schools.

Year 7 Maths

On Friday of last week the Year 7 Maths Team changed their learning environment from the classroom to the gymnasium as a means of enhancing our students ability to apply their learning of percentages to new and different contexts. Using the key skills of critical thinking, creativity, innovation and problem solving, students worked in teams to successfully apply what they had learned to a range of tasks with great enthusiasm. In an ever changing world where technology is bringing universal knowledge at the click of a button the importance of the skills of learning, outlined above, will underpin our student’s success in whatever pathway they choose.

Tim Maths 7 sept

St Peter’s College Uniform Sub Committee

Last week the SPC Uniform Sub-committee of the Parents & Friends Association met for the first time, as part of the monthly meeting of our P&F. This committee consists of students, Emily Hoyle (East), Britney Phillips (West), staff members, Annette Marschner (West), Emily McClelland (East) and Marketing Manager April Hampson along with parents Bec St Mart, Jodie Redman and Naomi Bartlett. The role of the sub-committee will be to consider issues raised by parents, staff and students in relation to our SPC Uniform Policy and make recommendations to the College Board, always cognisant of the financial impact that any changes to uniform will have on our families.  

R U OK Day

R U OK day brings into focus mental health issues that many in our community are facing on a daily basis. As part of our Pastoral Program, students will take some time to work through a series of activities that promote connection between individuals and also a sense of belonging to their community.

Research has shown that a strong connection to a community, and the understanding that others are looking out for them, are important factors in building mental health and resilience for each person. Asking 'are you okay' in a meaningful way, as part of our regular conversations with members of our community, is a starting point to a stronger and healthier community.

Valedictory Dinner

This year the introduction of our first graduating class from the East Campus will see the staging of two Valedictory Dinners at the Function Centre at the Cranbourne Race Track. Held on consecutive evenings this first class venue will provide a wonderful environment for our students and families to celebrate the end of their school days and also at the same time ease the organizational and logistical workload incurred by our school staff when the event has been staged in our College Hall.

The West Campus Valedictory will be held on Tuesday the 18th of October ,commencing with the Graduation Mass at 6pm at St Agatha’s and on the following night the 19th of October, the East Campus Valedictory will also commence at St Agatha's before moving to the function centre for a 7pm start to dinner. Due to the relative size of each graduating class and the capacity of the new venue there are differences in the number of tickets that can be allocated to each family at the West and East Campus.

Tickets for the West Campus Valedictory will be allocated on the basis of a student and two tickets for immediate family members and at the East Campus on the basis of a sytudent and 4 tickets for immediate family members. We expect this difference to even out as the East Campus Year 12 group grows in size over the next few years. All queries in relation to ticket sales and seating arrangements should be directed to our Marketing Manager, Mrs April Hampson.

East Campus Payments

As of Monday, 5th September 2016, East Campus office staff are able to process all payment types. Credit Card, EFT/BPay are still our preferred method of payment, however, we will accept cash payments from this date.

Note: Please DO NOT send large sums of cash to school with your child (such as payment of Education Fees).  Such payments must be made at the office by Parents/Guardians only.

Migrant Mass

This is a mass for the whole diocese so students from both Campuses are welcome to attend with their families. They are also invited to bring along the flag of their country of origin, to be displayed during mass and a traditional meal to share afterwards.

Please direct interested students to either Miss Joyce (West Campus) or Mr Hampson (East Campus) if they want any more information or if they'd be keen to help out on the day. Click here for more information:

2015 Tim Hogan Signature

Tim Hogan

Latest News
East Campus News

The sun has begun to shine and there is a notable lift in the spirits and step of both staff and students. This feeling of positivity could also be as a result of the focus on Wellbeing Week. This was launched on September 8th at our Campus Assembly with a presentation on R U OK day.

The concept and message behind R U OK day is that we, each and every one of us, can make a difference to anyone who is struggling. How? By checking in with them about how they are going.

Another key message presented, is that no matter how great we may look, we can be doing it tough and it’s OK to let others know that.

The final message outlined was that it is not okay to cause others to struggle and that violence in any sort of relationship is not okay.

A range of activities have and continue to be run over the coming week to raise awareness to the importance of well-being, these include: Random Acts of Kindness Day, Positive Post-it Day, Something special for Teachers Day, I am grateful for …. Day, Burn the Blues Day and Affirmations.

Student Wellbeing is a critical component to the development of the whole person and is significant in ensuring academic growth is maximised. At St Peter’s College our Pastoral Program, including the Vertical House System, Student Leadership structure and the support structures in place, aim to ensure students develop the strategies and resilience to deal with life’s uncertainties.

Student Leadership

Year 11 Students participated in a Leadership Training Day on Monday. This is an exciting time for all Year 11 Students as it signals the commencement of our leadership election process for 2017. It is also a significant time in the growth of the East Campus as only for the second time have students experienced this Student Leadership Process. The day commenced with opening student’s minds to the concept of leadership and specifically the significance of servant leadership as a model to which we should all aspire to. Role models such as Jesus, Peter, Mother Teresa and Nelson Mandela were highlighted for their significant contributions and example, they are to the model of servant leadership. Students unpacked their own understanding of leadership as well as exploring how personality traits can influence the style of leadership.

The highlight of the day was in the afternoon where a Q & A session was run with some of the current Year 12 Studdnt Leaders. These current leaders spoke articulately about their experiences this year as well as offering words of wisdom to our Year 11 Students. It is important at this point in the school year to acknowledge our Foundation College Leaders for the terrific example they have set, not just across this year, but in all of the formation years.

leadership Day

The nomination process for College Leaders for 2017 takes place this week with speeches, interviews and voting to be conducted next week. Students were also presented with the new leadership structure, which will be in operation next year. This will from 2017, incorporate College Sports Captains into the current structure. The SRC has also been re-vamped with the opportunity for more student voice across the whole College, as opposed to being weighted heavily around Year 12 Students. A summary of positions are listed below:

College Captains (Male & Female)
Liturgy Captain
Social Justice Captain
Arts Captain
Environment Captain
Sports Captains (Male & Female)


House Leaders: A combination of Year 11 and Year 12 Students (2 positions available for each House)

Assisi House
Augustine House
Avila House
Glowrey House
Kolbe House
MacKillop House
Marian House
Romero House

Student Representative Council

24 students & 2 staff comprising:

  • College Captains x 2 
  • Liturgy Captain
  • Social Justice Captain 
  • Arts Captain
  • Environment Captain    
  • Sports Captains x 2
  • Selected Year Level House Forum Leaders x 16 (2 from each House)
  • Staff Mentors (Head of Campus and 1 nominated House Leader)

Forum Leaders

Forum Leaders would be elected based on Year Levels rather than Tutor Groups. These elections would occur after House Captains have been elected. Students from Years 7 to 12 in each House would nominate for the position of Year Level House Forum Leader (eg. Year 7 Assisi House Captain).  The House Forum would be made up of the following students:

  • Female House Captain (Year 11 or 12 Student)
  • Male House Captain (Year 11 or 12 Student)
  • Senior House Forum Leader (Year 11 or 12 Student depending on the year level of House Captains)
  • Year 10 House Forum Leader 
  • Year 9 House Forum Leader
  • Year 8 House Forum Leader
  • Year 7 House Forum Leader
  • Up to 5 Forum Leaders appointed at the discretion of the House Leader.

Leadership is a significant stepping stone to a successful pathway in life. Leadership is also critical to the ongoing development of the East Campus. It is not surprising that Student Leaders are often the most successful in terms of academic achievement, this has much to do with the skills and confidence gained from the opportunities presented. I encourage students to have the courage to step out of the shadow and put their hand up for a leadership position. The opportunities are plentiful.

Enjoy the week ahead

Chris Black
Deputy Principal, Head of East Campus

West Campus News


Tuesday -13th September

  • Students to come dressed wearing a jumper/jersey/polo of the footy team of their choice (any code-eg. Australian Rules, Rugby Union, Rugby League, Soccer). If they wear a Footy Guernsey, they must wear the PE Shorts/Tracksuit pants 
  • Students who want to wear a football scarf or beanie must wear this with full PE uniform
  • Any student in footy colours is to make a gold coin donation to the Bishop Epalle School in the Solomon Islands

Otherwise full College Uniform must be worn.

  • Lunchtime activities will include the Augustine House Feed the Hippo Footy Handball Competition. There will also be a Table Tennis Exhibition Match in the Hall. 

R U OK? Day

West Campus will mark R U OK? Day with a number of activities that will begin Wellbeing Week.  We appreciate the work of our Student Wellbeing Leader, Ms Anita Carter and the Wellbeing Team in promoting the importance of good Mental Health and personal Wellbeing. We will have a daily Wellbeing Theme and a number of ways we can contribute to the Wellbeing of all members of our College Community. Students will be promoting activities in Tutor Group and I encourage parents to take up some of these ideas and ask their child if they are OK? Click Here:

Students Signing In & Out of School

Students are to use their student card when signing in and out.  This makes the process quicker and easier for the office staff.  For health and safety reasons, students must always sign in at reception and never leave school grounds early without parental permission and signing out.

Signing In

Notes or phone call from parents is required.  Otherwise we assume that a child is late without parental permission and as such will be given a lunchtime detention.

Signing Out

Students should not call or text parents/guardians to pick them up if not feeling well. Instead, they should go to sick bay and administration staff will call on their behalf.  We can then ensure that the student is ready and waiting at the front office for collection and we know whom to expect.

Parents are also reminded of 'communications from home' section in the Student Record Book. If you do not know at the start of the day what time your child is to be collected, you are welcome to call the office with as much notice as you can afford.

Office staff will then write up a grey slip (give to student at recess or lunch) and have the student in the office waiting with their bag for the appropriate person to collect the student at the agreed time

SIS Chess Champions

Congratulations to our students on winning the SIS Chess Championship on Wednesday, 7th September.  Not only did these boys compete on a student free day, but they excelled in representing their College against the best and brightest students from a number of other schools in our region. It is a credit to them to be the first students from St Peter’s College to win this trophy.  

Well done to Mr Chris O’Hara who has run the St Peter's College Chess Club at the West Campus for many years and fostered this passion for the game amongst the students. The Interhouse Chess Competition was certainly advantageous in assisting the students to hone their skills and enable us to choose the best team available.

McGuigan Shield

McGuigan Shield House Competition

As we approach the end of the McGuigan Shield Competition, it would appear that MacKillop House has an unassailable lead. This is despite Romero House's strong run home this Term and Augustine House's meteoric rise from the bottom of the ladder.  

We will announce the winner at this week’s Campus Assembly and outline the prize to be enjoyed in the first week of next term.

Results still need to come in from the Augustine House Feed the Hippo Competition, Term 3 student participation and school attendance before we can be confident of second place which also earns a prize.  

Stay tuned for next week’s final ladder and announcements.

House Points


David Hansen
Deputy Principal, Head of West Campus

Learning & Teaching

Building Parent Partnerships through Learning 

For students, the ultimate support system is not an expert teacher, but an informed and supportive family.

One of the most significant challenges facing formal education in our schools, is the chasm separating schools and communities. So, in pursuit of transparency, below are some questions to better clarify what's happening in the classroom, and then help you to decide on the kind of non-superficial actions you can perform at home to truly support the learning of your child.

In a 5 minute Parent Teacher interview you will not have time to ask all these questions.

Perhaps just pick one and begin a conversation with your child’s teacher. 

18 Questions Your Child’s Teacher Would (Probably) Love to Answer

  1. What academic standards do you use, and what do I need to know about them?
  2. How will you respond if or when my child struggles in class?
  3. What are the most important and complex (content-related) ideas my child needs to understand by the end of the year?
  4. Do you focus on strengths or weaknesses?
  5. How are creativity and innovative thinking used on a daily basis in your classroom?
  6. How is critical thinking used on a daily basis in your classroom?
  7. How are assessments designed to promote learning rather than simple measurement?
  8. What can I do to support literacy in my home?
  9. What kinds of questions do you suggest that I ask my children on a daily basis about your class?
  10. How exactly is learning personalized in your classroom?
  11. How do you measure academic progress?
  12. What are the most common instructional or literacy strategies you will use this year?
  13. What learning models do you use (e.g., project-based learning, mobile learning, game-based learning, etc.), and what do you see as the primary benefits of that approach?
  14. Is there technology you'd recommend that can help support my child in self-directed learning?
  15. What are the most common barriers you see to academic progress in your classroom?
  16. How is education changing?
  17. How do you see the role of the teacher in the learning process?
  18. What am I not asking but should be?

Adapted from Terry Heick's article, Click Here: published August 29, 2013 | updated: August 24, 2016

Marlene Jorgensen
Deputy Principal, Learning & Teaching

Religious Education News

Year 11 Leadership Day

Last Wednesday, four Year 11 students from the East and West Campuses travelled to Warragul to take part in a Leadership Training Day.

The day was facilitated by the Catholic Education Office.

The students were in training to become ‘Student Leaders’ at our Year 9 Reflection Day that will be held later in the year.

As part of their training, students were given the chance to take part in a liturgy, in group discussions and ice-breaker games. From this experience, they have formulated questions, and developed other strategies, to ensure that they can engage their fellow students whom they will be working with as part of the year 9 Reflection Day.

They were also asked to make a ‘Holy Door’ based on the values of ‘Mercy’.

Working in pairs, students made a ‘panel’ showing how we can carry our acts of mercy in our community. When joined together, the panels made an archway, which is designed to inspire those who walk through it, to bring mercy into their lives. This theme is to commemorate the current 'Year of Mercy' and is an activity that our Year 9 students will also undertake in October. 

Aside from the promise of a free t-shirt, the students are looking forward to being given the chance to work with younger students and to engage them in a greater awareness of social justice issues.

This is an excellent opportunity for our senior students to test out their leadership skills and put their passion for social justice into action.

Any Year 9 student who is keen to learn more about their Reflection Day, how they can act with mercy, and put their faith into action, should speak to either Mr Hampson at the East Campus or Miss Joyce at the West Campus.

Our Year 9 Reflection Day will be held on Friday, 14th October 2016.


Marissa Joyce
Assistant Religious Education Leader, West Campus

St Agatha's Parish News

Dear Parishioners

congratulations to the children who made their 1st Communion last weekend.  Please pray for those making their 1st Communion this weekend and the weeks ahead. 

A quick reminder that Migrant Sunday will be celebrated at St Agatha’s this year on Sunday 18th September, please mark this date in your diaries and see the notice in the bulletin for more details.

A reminder that all parishioners who help in the parish in anyway (this includes collectors, tea/coffee, readers & extraordinary ministers) are required to apply for the WWC card as listed below.  If you already have a card you must also update the details with the correct parish name and address details so please act on this request as promptly as possible.

Thank you to all the parishioners who have already updated their WWC, if you have not updated your details please do so.
With best wishes, Fr Joseph. 

Organist Wanted

Anyone who is interested in playing for the 9.00am Mass please contact Sr Mary on 5996 1985.

Lectors and Extraordinary Ministers of Communion

A training session will be held for parishioners wishing to join these important ministries and for those already assisting but would like a refresher course.  It is always important to make sure that we are fulfilling our duties correctly.  The session will be held on Tuesday 13th September in the Parish Hall at 7.30pm.  The new roster will be prepared after this session so please advise the office if you have any changes to your details or rostered Mass. 

St Patrick’s Pakenham

150th Anniversary Reunion, Mass Sunday 23rd October 10.30am. All former and current students, teachers, parishioners and friends welcome! 136 Princes Hwy, enter off O’Shannessy Street or The Avenue.  Followed by a free sausage sizzle.  See notice board for more details or contact Pakenham Parish on 5940 2888.

Migrant Sunday

St Agatha’s Parish will host Migrant Sunday on 18th September with Mass at 2pm. Afternoon tea will be held in the school hall after Mass.  We invite people of different nationalities to help us celebrate the day. Fill your name in the clipboard in the foyer to indicate what way you can help. Further Inq: Sr Mercy 0403423021.

St Agatha’s Parish


St Thomas the Apostle Parish News

Anglicare Victoria

Have you ever considered becoming a foster carer? Can you offer a child in need a home-cooked meal, a warm bed and the security of an adults care, on a short or long term basis? Children who come into our care are aged from 0-18 years and require a foster care placement for many reasons including neglect, trauma, abuse, family illness or crisis.

Carers can be single, married, male or female, older, with or without children and can be working full time or at home. If you think this might be for you, please contact Chrisanne Widrose on 0499 016 445 or click here to email: and come to an information night on 14th Sept in Frankston or 19th October in Dandenong. 

Mens Movie Night

Come and have some pizza and beer while watching the incredible movie War Room.  Don’t miss the opportunity to have some quality time together with other men of the parish.  On the 16th September at 7.30pm in the Parish Hall.  Please leave your name and contact details on the clipboard in the foyer for catering purpose.  Contact Maria on 0409 563 864 or Luke on 0427 538 355.

Counting Roster

There are still many church counters who haven’t collected their roster. Could you please collect your envelope from the foyer table after Mass today.

Alter Servers

Training session for new altar servers who missed out on the last session will take place on Tuesday 13th September at 4.00pm in the Church. [This will be the last one for the year].  Next training session will be on Tuesday 14th March, 2017.

Catholic Identity & Lay Ecclesial Ministers

Forming Ministers for Mission. Tuesday 13th September 9.30am to 3.30pm, Treacy Centre, 126 The Avenue, Parkville. Facilitator Dr Susan Timoney. Registrations Click Here: Session Cost: $25 [incl. morning tea & lunch] Registration close 7th Sept. See notice board for more details.

St Thomas the Apostle Parish

Careers News

FedUni: VCE Study Skills Day

Berwick Campus: Thu 22nd September Click Here:

Monash University Science Precinct Tour

Mon 19th September – Fri 23rd September
These tours are happening every morning at 10:30am of the week 19th – 23rd September.  Click Here:

Monash Free VCE Revision Sessions

Tue 27th September: Chemistry, Click Here:
Wed 28th September: Physics, Click Here:
Fri 30th September: Specialist Maths, Click Here:

Australian Apprenticeships: My Gain Videos

The next series have been published on YouTube. These videos ask apprentices and trainees to respond briefly to set questions about their job and job hunting experiences. Click Here:

Australian Training Awards Real Stories Real Achievements Videos

These videos tell the stories of people who have experienced career success through VET study. Click Here: 

Gap Medics International Medical Work Experience

Shadow doctors, nurses, midwives or dentists in hospital for 1 – 8 weeks.
Click Here:

LEAP Advanced Engineering Workshop / Engineering Link Project

26th & 27th September @ La Trobe University Bundoora Campus
Students in Years 10–12 who are undertaking Maths Methods or pre-Methods can participate in this workshop to find out about different fields of engineering. Expressions of interest due Fri 9th September.  Click Here:

LEAP: Interdisciplinary Drawing Workshop

23rd September, 10am – 3pm @ Bendigo Gallery and La Trobe Visual Arts Centre Take part in a fashion illustration workshop, aimed at students in Years 10–12.  Click Here: 

Pathways to Uni

The VTAC website has some useful information about pathways to university or a private college, including bridging courses. Click Here:

2016 Go4IT Work Experience Program 

The program is for girls interested in IT, as it aims to address the shortage of women in the industry. The program is run over five days and is an interactive learning experience.  There are still places for female students in Year 10 and 11 to participate in the program during the following dates: 
Melbourne: 24-28 October 2016 

Places are filling fast so please encourage students to apply as soon as possible. For more information and for students to apply please click here:

Voiceworks Volunteering Opportunities

Volunteer opportunities are available

a literary journal produced by and showcasing the work of people under 25. Applications close Sun 18th September.  Click here:

Write for FYA

FYA offers young people the opportunity to write online content. Click Here for those interested with information about themselves and also their story ideas.

Melissa Dillon
Robyn Cardamone
Careers Coordinators

Library News

Library Chat   Book Week Celebrations East and West Campus

Australia! Story Country

It was lovely to have students share with their class stories that their parents and grandparents have told them.

This was our way of celebrating the Book Week theme, 'Australia! Story Country'.

We learned that our families come from a wide range of countries and cultural backgrounds and that we all have stories to tell.

Morris Gleitzman, Winning Author Visit

Morris Gleitzman, a much loved author, visited during Book Week. He spoke to the very excited Year 7 Students at our East Campus and the Year 8 Students at our West Campus.

Here are some student responses:

Morris told us that he has images in his head and he writes them in his books. He asks the characters in his head lots of personal questions but the characters don’t get embarrassed about it!  Chelsea, Year 7 Student

Morris talked about his new book, Loyal Creatures and a bit about Once. I was excited to see him and he hooked me into reading Loyal Creatures. Nicholas, Year 7 Student

He spoke to us about his famous book Once and the research that he did for it. We were lucky to listen to him give us his perspective about the characters that he created. He motivated us to take a chance. Georgia, Year 8 Student

Library news

Budding Poets and Rappers Slam at West Campus

Maxwell Collins, Dylan Michael, Varun Dinesh, Adam Lynch and Spiros Halipilias entertained and impressed their audience when they took up the challenge and performed their poignant and powerful poetry at our 'Book Week Poetry Slam', last Wednesday. It was such a success that students have requested a further Slam.

Year 9 Shakespeare Enthusiasts Shine at East Campus

A rapt audience looked on as Year 9 Students performed with gusto extracts from Romeo and Juliet which they had studied during English class. 

Angela Gargano   
Head of Library

Humanities Excursion

On the 5th of August, the Year 11 Geography classes from the West and East Campuses undertook a fieldtrip to Ballarat’s Sovereign Hill.

Here our students were able to explore the evolution of Sovereign Hill's open-air tourist site’s infrastructure and marketing strategies in appealing to the growing Chinese market.

Immersing themselves in the Main Street’s 1850s layout and insightful input from periodically dressed staff members, students were able to hone their skills in accumulating rich data in investigating the characteristics of tourism, how it has developed, it’s various forms and impact on a social-cultural, environmental and economic basis. 

By Dina Ivkovich

Michele McArdle
Kolbe House Leader/ Humanities Teacher

SPC Art & Technology Exhibitions

2017 Art & Technology Exhibition Evenings

This year we will presenting our Principal’s Art Prize and our Technology Award winners for both the West and East Campus at this important event on the College Calendar. This will be the first year that a Principal’s Art Prize and Technology Award will be judged and presented for the East Campus as well as for our West Campus.

‘Save The Date’ West Campus

On Tuesday 11th October the Arts & Technology Evening for the West Campus will take place and all parents and students are invited to attend to view the outstanding art and technology pieces created by our students during the course of the year. Awards will be presented for the outstanding achievement for each House at 7.30pm with the evening beginning at 7.00pm in the Multi-Purpose Hall. 

East Campus

Monday 24th October, our East Campus will showcase to all parents and students our East students Art and Technology work created throughout 2016. Awards will be presented across all subject areas of our Art & Technology curriculum. The evening begins at 7.00pm with awards being presented from 7.30pm.

Summer Uniform Reminder

A reminder that students will be required to wear Summer Uniform on their return in Term 4.

Please check that all items of uniform items meet College standards prior end of Term 3 to allow time, (if required), for purchases and/or repairs and alterations.

Past experience tells us that particular attention should be given to the Girls Summer Uniform Dress length, which is required to be on the knee or below. 

To read full College Uniform Regulations Please click here:

Uniform Shop Opening Hours:
Tues 13th Sept 1.00 - 5.00 pm
Thurs 5th Sept 8.00 - 12 noon

To order new items on line please click here:
To purchase second-hand items on line please click here:

Year 7 2018 Enrolment Information Evenings

Do you know anyone with students ready for Year 7, 2018?

A reminder that our Information Evenings will be held on Wednesday 12th October at our West Campus and Tuesday 25th October at our East Campus for all those seeking enrolment for a Catholic Secondary Education at St Peter's College in 2018. The evenings will provide an opportunity for families to discuss with Senior staff the educational and pastoral needs of their children, as well as listen to the experiences of some of our current students.

Want to know more about Study & Career Pathways offered at St Peter’s College? 

Meet our students and tour with them our facilities and classrooms in action with displays.

The focus of the Information Evenings will be on our 2018 intake however some opportunities may still exist for enrolments at both the East and West Campus for 2017 and all enquires in this regard should be directed to our school Registrar, Mrs Kerrie Birrell. 

Fundraising 2016

East Campus and West Campus Pavers NOW AVAILABLE

2016 Year 12 Graduates orders now being taken. Your name can go down in history. 

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 at either the East or the West Campus.

Click here to download East Campus Order Form:

Click here to download West Campus Order Form:

Entertainment Book 2016/17

Holidays fast approaching…..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!

Click here to order yours today:

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 to our P&F Association. 
Thank you all for your support.

Useful Links

2017 Curriculum Handbook

e-book version now available. Please Click Here:

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

To visit please click here:

St Peter's College Community Portal

To visit please click here:

Catholic Life 

To veiw the August 2016 edition online please click here:

St Peter's College Uniform Shop

To visit please click here:

Second-Hand Uniform Sales, Calculators & Textbooks 

To visit please click here:
To see what is currently available for sale click here:

College Student Calendar for Term 4, 2016 and Term dates for 2017

To view please click here:

Parents & Friends Association

Next Meeting

Tuesday 8th November 2016
7.15 Tea and Coffee
7.30-9.00 pm St Peter’s College EAST CAMPUS
Administartion Bld. 55 MacKillop Way, Cranbourne East
Enter via MacKillop Way Gates please.

Guest Speaker – Mr Owrin De Kretser
de krester
 B.Art: Dip. Ed

Owrin, who will take up the position of Year 9 Program Facilitator from 2017, will present to us the College’s Vision for our specific Year 9 Curriculum Program to be introduced in 2018, along with the plans for the ‘Purpose Built’ Year 9 Complex at the East Campus due for completion for the 2018 school year.

"Research shows that during adolescence, students are experiencing, profound physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development changes. 
While added responsibility and expectations can assist learning and growth.
It is at Year 9 when feelings of dissatisfaction and disengagement peak and levels of resilience are at their lowest".

'DEECD Report 'Understanding Year 9 Students 2009'

2016 Schedule of Meetings & Guest Presenters

To view please click here:

Minutes of 26th August Meeting

To View please click here:

Thursday 8th September

R.U.OK Day

West Parish Mass
CE Yr 9 Swimming Program

Friday 9th September

West Campus Tour

Grade 5 Orientation Day

Monday 12th September

Year 7 Immunizations

College Captains Speeches & Voting

7pm Year 12 Drama, Dance, Music solo

Tuesday 13th September

Footy Colours Day

West VCE Study Hub

Wednesday 14th September

CSYMA St Agathas Retreat

East Study Hub

Thursday 15th September

East Parish Mass

House Captains Speeches & Voting


Friday 16th September

East Campus Tour

End of Term

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