As St Peter’s Girls marks more than 125 years of excellence in girls' education, we reflect on the past to celebrate our achievements and look to the future to build on our success.
In the lead up to our 125th anniversary, St Peter’s Girls established a firm strategic framework to guide the School.
Our Strategic Plan for 2017 – 2019 launched initiatives across seven integral areas: Academics, Wellbeing, Staff, Co-Curricular, Spaces and Places, Community and Organisational Sustainability. Watch the video to learn about our major milestones:
The School’s 2020 – 2022 Strategic Plan will build on this tremendous progress with further initiatives to cement Saints Girls as a national leader in girls’ education.
Our new Science Centre is the latest project in the School’s Master Plan, The Next Challenge: Building for Tomorrow, which was launched in July 2015. Other achievements include expanding our Early Learners' Centre, increasing parking spaces and access to additional sporting facilities in Bell Yett Reserve, installing high speed network services to boost online learning, building a new Middle School and opening a new Library. For more details, click here.
Board of Governors
St Peter’s Collegiate Girls’ School Inc is registered as an incorporated Association under the Associations Incorporation Act.
The Association is established to:
- administer, carry on and conduct as principal manager agent or otherwise residential and day schools in the State of South Australia and without prejudice to the generality thereof, to act as manager of the school known as St Peter’s Collegiate Girls’ School, Stonyfell Road, Stonyfell.
- provide education which shall include religious education in conformity with the principles of the Anglican Church of Australia supported by an ethos and culture of enduring values, pastoral care and mutual support in the tradition of the founding Sisters and underpinned by the Association’s Anglican identity.
St Peter’s Girls is governed by an independent board operating under world’s best practice governance principles for educational institutions. The Board acts as the steward of the School and is responsible for the good governance of the organisation. It provides leadership, sets strategic directions and fosters long-term financial sustainability. The Board promotes and practises ethical, informed and transparent decision-making.
To see our current Board of Governors, visit our Leadership page.
Correspondence for the Board can be sent to email@example.com
School Performance Report
As part of our funding agreement with the Australian Government, we are required to ensure that specific “School Performance Information” is made publicly available to the School community. Please find the latest edition here: