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Issue no. 38 From the Principal There’s an old saying in management, “You can’t manage what you don’t measure.” That is, you can’t know if you’re being successful unless success is clearly defined and tracked. As the final year of our ...
Issue no. 37 From the Assistant Director of Early Learning The ELC community celebrated our amazing year during our ELC Christmas Celebration last Friday evening. The children had been looking forward to this event for many weeks as they practised, l...
Issue no. 36 From the Director of Teaching and Learning The importance of feedback in education contexts is generally well understood. Our Continuous Reporting model in Years 7 – 12 is built around the timely and specific feedback that our teac...
Issue no. 35 From the Head of Junior School Knowing the parts of a piano and how they work doesn’t make me Mozart! Likewise, knowing facts, formulae, and rules of Mathematics, while useful, does not make someone a mathematician. I read an article a...
Issue no. 34 From the Deputy Principal / Head of Middle School This week all Year 8 students and Home Group teachers joined their counterparts from Walford Anglican School for Girls for their annual Co-Education Day at St Peter’s College. The day i...
Issue no. 33 From the Director of Teaching and Learning Exams can be a stressful time for students and parents, but this does not have to be the case. Here are some last-minute tips that may come in handy over the next few weeks: • Students should ...
Issue no. 32 From the Deputy Principal / Head of Senior School Today, we say farewell to Year 12. They have certainly embraced the week with great excitement and fanfare. Their light-hearted approach, wonderful sense of humour and the variety of ou...
Issue no. 31 Welcome to our New Science Centre! St Peter’s Girls’ School is delighted to launch our new Science Centre! Featuring three purpose-built laboratories for the three pillars of Science – Biology, Chemistry and Physics – and four ge...
Issue no. 30 From the Principal A challenge for the holidays… Dr Richard Harris has become a household name following his role in the amazing rescue of a group of boys and their soccer coach from a flooded cave in Chiang Rai, Thailand. On the b...
Issue no. 29 Ponytail Project Fundraising Tops $21,000! Students in Years 7 to 12 at St Peter’s Girls’ School have done a fantastic job raising $21,591 for Cancer Council SA so far through the Ponytail Project. We are now looking forward to Wed...