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Indooroopilly12 October, 2018
Generation Next - The Dale Carnegie Youth Program
In 2019, St Peters will become the first school in Australia to partner with Dale Carnegie Australia...
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Indooroopilly29 August, 2018
Entrepreneur on the Rise
Year 12 student, Jack W, wins $4000 Unicorn Entrepreneur prize at 'gen[in]' student innovation challenge...
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Indooroopilly24 April, 2018
Flipping the classroom
A group of St Peters teachers have embarked on a learning project that builds on the College’s world-class digital platforms to facilitate dynamic, interactive learning opportunities...
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Indooroopilly17 April, 2018
St Peters Internet - the oxygen supply that powers learning
St Peters IT Team manages a super-fast internet connection that powers the College's powerful and interactive learning environment...
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Indooroopilly16 April, 2018
Games Glory for St Peters Swimming
​Congratulations to St Peters Western Swim Club members, and Head Coach Dean Boxall, for their outstanding performances at the 2018 Commonwealth Games...
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Indooroopilly08 March, 2018
Boys and Girls Swim teams win at AIC and QGSSSA Championships
On Monday 5 March, the Boys AIC Swimming team won back to back championships, followed closely on Wednesday 7 March by the Girls QGSSSA Swimming team, who made it five championships in a row in the 110th year of QGSSSA sport.
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Indooroopilly05 March, 2018
LearnChats augment St Peters best practice learning platforms
St Peters is exploring new ways to augment best practice learning platforms for teachers through an innovative pop-up model of professional development known as LearnChats.
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Indooroopilly20 February, 2018
UQ partners with St Peters Robotics students
Well done to Year 9 student, Vinesh N. who showed great initiative in securing sponsorship from the University of Queensland (UQ) for the upcoming FIRST Robotics Competition
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Indooroopilly01 February, 2018
Prep Teachers research oral language development
The article entitled, ‘Talk to Me: Improving Oral Language in Prep’, details the year-long Action Research Project to discover best practice for optimal oral language development in young children.
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Indooroopilly01 February, 2018
Perceptual Motor Program
A range of lifestyle factors, such as increased computer work; busier family lives; and the realities of modern housing with limited outdoors access, are preventing the development of physical skills needed to sit and concentrate in the classroom.
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Indooroopilly16 January, 2018
Year 12 OP Results Indooroopilly
Congratulations to the Year 12 2017 cohort of St Peters Indooroopilly for their excellent OP results.
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Indooroopilly12 December, 2017
Ariarne makes a big splash at State Swim Titles
​Year 11 St Peters student and St Peters Western Swim Club member, Ariarne Titmus, is a swimming star on the rise.
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Indooroopilly09 November, 2017
Finale
On Saturday 4 November, St Peters Year 12 Visual Art and Film & Television students made red carpet entrances at St Peters Performing Arts Centre for the annual Finale Exhibition...
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Indooroopilly09 November, 2017
St Peters students head start to Uni
Unlike thousands of graduating students who will have an anxious wait for their OP results in December, five Year 12 graduates from St Peters Lutheran College have already secured conditional guaranteed entry to study at Griffith University.
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Indooroopilly24 October, 2017
1962 First XV Rugby Premiers Reunite
The exploits of St Peters First XV Rugby Premiers of 1962 reads like a movie script. (first published in the July 1917 issue of Plus Ultra)
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Indooroopilly24 October, 2017
Ministry at St Peters
Ministry Outreach is one of the pillars of the College’s 2016–2020 Vision and lies at the heart of a St Peters education and ethos. (first published in the July 1917 issue of Plus Ultra)
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Indooroopilly24 October, 2017
Chess: The Cross-Generational Sport
Over the years, St Peters Chess has undergone a renaissance, attracting players from the fashionable ranks of Cricket and Rugby, and collecting several premiership titles in the Associated Independent Colleges (AIC) Competition along the way. (first published in the July 1917...
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Indooroopilly24 October, 2017
Teachers attend International Kodály Symposium
In August, two Lower Primary teachers, Ms Susan Creese, (P–6 Music Coordinator) and Mrs Deb Wilson, (Prep teacher), were among a team of more than 20 Australians invited to present workshops at the International Kodály Symposium in Camrose, Alberta, Canada. (fi...
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Indooroopilly24 October, 2017
Georgia Mountford: Decoding the Future
Old Scholar, Georgia Mountford (2005), couldn’t decide between a creative or IT career, so she decided to put a foot in both worlds and has never looked back. (first published in the October 1917 issue of Plus Ultra)
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Indooroopilly24 October, 2017
Meet Trish Allen, Head of Junior High
Meet Trish Allen, Head of Junior High (first published in the October 1917 issue of Plus Ultra)
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Indooroopilly24 October, 2017
Hockey: The Niche Sport
It’s 3:30pm on Tuesday afternoon and Years 7–12 girls in St Peters QGSSSA Hockey teams hit the turf at the University of Queensland Hockey Club for the first of two weekly training sessions. (first published in the October 1917 issue of Plu...
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Indooroopilly16 October, 2017
Digital Connections for Early Learners
St Peters eLearning Facilitator, Rachael Yates, has published an article about digitally-connected early learners in the Early Childhood Teachers Association journal.
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Indooroopilly09 October, 2017
Smart Learning; Smart Thinking; Smart Doing
St Peters Senior IT Teacher, Paul Herring, talks Authentic Learning
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Indooroopilly07 October, 2017
Reading Buddies Mark New Chapter in Reader Support Program
Teaching children to read is a team effort in Lower Primary at St Peters Indooroopilly and through the extension of the Support-a-Reader program, Year 2 students who require a little extra help, now have the added bonus of a Year 4 reading...
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Indooroopilly04 October, 2017
Practical Learning
Chad King, Science Teacher, promotes practical learning in and out of the classroom.
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Indooroopilly01 October, 2017
Year 11s - getting down to business
The introduction of a Diploma of Business at St Peters Indooroopilly gives Year 11 students interested in pursuing a business pathway, the opportunity to undertake the Diploma as one of their six subjects.
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Indooroopilly01 October, 2017
Boarder Siblings
St Peters has been a coeducational boarding school since its inception in 1945 and a home away from home for generations of siblings.
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Indooroopilly26 September, 2017
Nature's classroom
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Indooroopilly26 September, 2017
Parent Supporters: Our Unsung Heroes
Parent Support Groups (PSG) are an integral part of the St Peters Indooroopilly community.
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Indooroopilly26 September, 2017
Practical Learning
Chad King, Science Teacher, promotes practical learning in and out of classroom.
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Indooroopilly09 July, 2017
Amelia awarded inaugural Rural Leadership Scholarship
The Rural Leadership Scholarship has opened a world of possibilities for Amelia.
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Indooroopilly09 July, 2017
Brynlea Admitted to Oxbridge Program
Brynlea will undertake a major in Medicine and a minor in Creative Writing at the University of St Andrews in Fife, Scotland, from 20 June to 17 July.
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Indooroopilly09 July, 2017
Introducing Makerspace
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Indooroopilly08 July, 2017
Sione receives Indigenous Scholarship
Sione Bin-Juda is from Thursday Island. Thanks to the Indigenous Scholarship Fund, Sione now attends St Peters and is working hard to pursue his dreams.
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Indooroopilly07 July, 2017
Connecting Classrooms and Community
Since 2009, the P&F Community Grants program has funded over $300,000 for more than 40 projects.
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Indooroopilly06 July, 2017
PYP
Year 4 students learned about the forces involved in motion and through scientific enquiry they developed the skills of questioning and predicting; planning and conducting; processing and analysing data and information; and communicating understanding.
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Indooroopilly06 July, 2017
Oxbridge: World’s Greatest Classrooms
The Oxbridge Academic Program allows Years 8–12 students to study a range of courses at renowned universities in their choice of Oxford, Paris, Cambridge, Barcelona, Montpellier, New York, Salamanca, St Andrews, Los Angeles or Boston.
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Indooroopilly06 July, 2017
Indigenous Immersion – Reaching Out, Changing Lives
When students opt for an immersion experience, it’s tempting to focus solely on the benefits for those on tour. Yet, as Year 11 student, Kate C discovered on a St Peters tour to the indigenous Docker River community, the benefits o...
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Indooroopilly06 July, 2017
Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme
St Peters students have a unique opportunity to commence the Duke of Edinburgh Award program in Year 9 when they attend Ironbark and it is heartening to see so many taking advantage of this opportunity.
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Indooroopilly06 July, 2017
Traditional Versus Emerging Technologies: Why We Need Both
It seems traditional and contemporary technologies will continue to have an important place in the classroom and workshop.
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Indooroopilly06 July, 2017
Meet Mr Basil: Story Dog
Story Dogs, a not-for-profit organisation that trains volunteer dog and handler teams to assist school students with reading
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Indooroopilly06 July, 2017
A Compassionate Facilitator of Change
St Peters E-learning Coordinator and Old Scholar, Amanda Rablin (Andersen, 1996) is passionate about helping teachers to integrate online technologies into teaching and learning activities.
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Indooroopilly06 July, 2017
St Peters Family Ties
Three generations of one family at St Peters
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Indooroopilly29 June, 2017
Outdoor Education at Ironbark
Director of Ironbark, Matthew Sullivan shares why Outdoor Education is a life-changing experience for teens.
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