St. Peter’s Anglican Grammar is the evolution of St. Peter’s Anglican Primary School commencing in 2022. We are proud to extend our rigorous education into the realm of secondary.
Based on the outskirts of the Sydney metropolitan area, St Peter’s distinct difference is our passion and dedication towards catering for globally minded and caring learners of the future. Our onsite facilities include an award winning Information Resource Centre, a ‘purpose built’ acoustic school hall, large classroom spaces and dedicated indoor / outdoor spaces to explore innovation and digital technologies. The wider community will become a crucial connection for our secondary school as we commit to catering for real world problem solving and experience, an aspect of our educational offering that will set us apart.
As a school, we strive to provide an inspiring, nurturing and dynamic learning environment, underpinned by Christian faith for all learners. As an addition to our focus on a strong academic curriculum, St Peter’s also offers specialist education in a variety of areas including Physical Education, Music, Languages (French & German) and STEAM. Future thinking is a focus of our secondary offering where student agency is extended and collaboration is timetabled.
We provide a balanced approach towards schooling through a wide variety of co-curricula groups, with particularly exceptional offerings in regards to Sport and Music. A variety of external tutors are also engaged by the school to extend the skills of students in the areas of Tennis, Football Development, Strings, Voice and Piano With an intentional focus on pastoral care, St Peter’s ensures students, and their families, are cared for in a safe environment where a mutual commitment towards demonstrating respect for, and courtesy towards, others is routine.
St Peter’s Anglican Grammar - tomorrow’s education, today!
St Peter’s Anglican Primary School is an authorised school for the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme. Our programmes utilise the mandated syllabus documents, set by the New South Wales Education Standards Authority (NESA), and are delivered through the PYP framework to inspire and engage students through an inquiry lens, to become lifelong learners.