COVID-19 Update: St Peter’s College is closed under ALERT LEVEL 4
An Announcement from the Headmaster - 20 september
The Prime Minister has announced that Auckland will move to Alert Level 3 from 11.59pm tomorrow.
Boys are to remain at home and online classes will continue as normal for the remainder of Term 3.
The Term 3 holidays will begin from 3pm Thursday 30th September.
If you will be returning to work and unable to care for your Year 7 – Year 10 son, then under Level 3 you are able to send him to school to be supervised while he continues with his online classes.
I would ask that any family who needs to send their son to school from Wednesday contacts Mr Grant Hansen email@example.com by tomorrow 1pm so that we can arrange supervision. If you are able to keep your son at home we do ask that you do so as we will only have a limited number of staff onsite from Wednesday.
If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will continue to keep you updated.
We look forward to hopefully being able to return onsite to school from Monday 18th October.
Ma te Atua tātou e manaaki God’s blessings
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.