Community Groups

Parents are a vibrant and important part of the St Peter’s Girls’ community. Many opportunities are available to become involved with the School, connect with other community members and build strong and lasting friendships.

Parents’ and Friends’ Association (P&F)

The Association was formed in 1939 by volunteers to foster relationships between current families and preserve the greater School community links.

Activities assist with the development of the School’s facilities and resources for the girls. The P&F is renowned for well-organised, valuable fundraising and enjoyable social events for the whole School community.

The Association meets as required during term time in the Chiverton Boardroom. It consists of an Executive with a President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer, and there is an open invitation to any willing parents to become active committee members.

Mothers’ Club

The Mothers’ Club has been supporting the School community since 1964. The key focus of this group has been to work with the School to raise funds.

Activities have included:

  • helping student groups with financial support to attend events
  • working with the School and other community groups with major events
  • hosting and providing support for special events such as the New Parents’ Morning Tea, our traditional Mother's Day Lunch and the Leaders’ Induction Morning tea.

Due to a number of successful fundraising events over the past few years, the Mothers’ Club was able to present the School with a cheque for $10,000 towards staging in the Arts Centre. Other contributions we have made to the School include café blinds and outdoor heating for the ELC, equipment for the Food Technology Centre, air conditioning, Hymn Books, sponsorship of girls for various projects and Building Fund donations.

Year Level Representatives

Year Level Representatives are the focal point for organising informal year level social functions to help foster contact between parents. Gatherings include lunches, dinners, morning and afternoon teas and picnics. Year Level Representatives also support School community groups by encouraging their year level group to attend fundraising and/or social functions, as well as communicating relevant information. There is generally one Year Level Representative per Home Group.

The Friends of The Arts

The Friends of The Arts are committed to helping provide the support and facilities needed to foster a wonderful experience in the Arts for the whole School community. The FOA undertake a number of fundraising activities each year to support the provision of resources to the Arts Department.

Saints Sport Support Group

To further the success of our Sport Department, a group of parents hosts a variety of events and assists in fundraising. They meet as required and support School Sport carnivals.

Friends of Rowing

Friends of Rowing is the parent support group that assists with the operation of the Rowing program at St Peter’s Girls.

Activities include fundraising, assisting with camps, supporting crews at regattas, transporting and erecting marquees, organising social functions and liaising with the School via the Director of Rowing.

Friends of the ELC

The Friends of the ELC is a volunteer group of parents who work with the Director of Early Learning to organise special events for our ELC community, facilitate children’s learning where possible and fundraise on a needs basis. Meetings are held fortnightly on a day that suits after drop-off and usually last for 45 minutes.

Parents play an integral role in decision-making and facilitating the Early Years Program. The community emphasis is vital to the development of relationships at the Early Learners’ Centre.

Our Saints

Become one of Our Saints. 

It is said that it takes a village to raise a child. Beyond parents or guardians are a host of people who are deeply connected to our girls. Saints Girls is encouraging these very loved ones to join our newly-created community group, Our Saints. Our aim is to bring together all the people who are special to our girls and want to participate in and know more about their education at St Peter’s Girls. These special people could include grandparents, aunts and uncles, Godparents, Old Scholars or friends of the family – anyone who takes an interest in the life and education of a Saints girl.

Benefits include:

  • Every edition of our biannual community magazine Saints Alive
  • An invite to our ‘Our Saints’ Annual Morning Tea
  • An invite to our annual Foundation Long Lunch
  • Invites to other special functions throughout the year

Members will also have opportunities to make classroom visits (ELC, Junior School and Middle School) to see their girls in action. If you or someone you know is interested in joining ‘Our Saints’, please fill out the form below. 

Alternatively, call or email our Front Office and ask them to add you or your special friend to our database. We require full name, email and address, along with the name of the Saints girl/s and the nature of the connection with them.

Phone: +61 (08) 8334 2200
Email: admin@stpetersgirls.sa.edu.au
Open Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm