St Peter's College Open Day
CHANGE OF DATE
Tuesday 9th March – First session at 9.30am, Second session at 1.00pm.
COVID-19 Update: St Peter’s College is partially closed under ALERT LEVEL 3
An Announcement from the Headmaster - 27 February
The Prime Minister has announced tonight that Auckland will return to Level 3 for at least 7 days from 6am tomorrow.
This means the College is closed onsite for instruction. We will move to online learning from 9am Monday. The boys had a mini practice at this earlier this month so they know the expectations.
Some staff will be out of Auckland so it is possible not all staff will be ready to teach from Monday. I ask you to please be patient with this as the majority of staff will be ready and online.
Once again any parent who is unable to care for their child is welcome to send him to into the College where senior staff will supervise him. We ask that you contact Grant Hansen firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to send your son in.
Athletics day and Y7 camp are postponed. All sport, Polyfest and drama practices are postponed to further notice.
I appreciate the anxiety and frustration that this will cause some people. Please me reassured that your son’s education will continue.
I will update you if any further information comes to hand.
Ma te Atua atātou e manaaki God’s blessings
College Motto: “To Love and to Serve”.
College Motto: To Love and to Serve
A Strong Reputation
St Peter’s College offers a comprehensive academic education and hosts a vibrant and diverse community.
We enrol not only the son, but the whole family; something increasingly unique in today’s modern world.
Music has a very high profile at St Peter’s College and the Music Faculty has excellent facilities including instrumental tuition rooms and advanced recording provisions. Theory is part of the curriculum for all boys in years 7 and 8 who all receive obligatory musical tuition in their first two years
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St Peter’s has a large variety of cultural activities to cater for the diverse interests of students.
From Music to Debating, Drama to Kapa Haka; there are many opportunities to become involved in cultural events.