New St Peter's Grammar Uniform

Mrs Michelle McDonnell - Principal
It has been wonderful to see our students beginning to wear their new uniforms.  They certainly look very smart.
Our new uniform is transeasonal.  This means that throughout the year, students may wear any one of the approved uniforms, with the addition of tie (Years 3-6 boys) and blazer (Years 3-6 girls and boys) in Term 2 and 3.
Please click here to view approved combination of uniform items. 
We are awaiting stock of the Kindergarten - Year 2 elastic waist long pants.  We have been informed by the supplier that these should arrive next week.  There has also been a problem with the smaller sizes of the girls long sleeve blouse.  We have met with our supplier and this issue is being rectified.  We apologise for the inconvenience this may have caused. Our School Shop staff will be in contact as soon as stock of these items arrive.
As the weather becomes colder in the morning when students are coming to school, students in Kindergarten - Year 2 wearing our new uniform may wear their Navy Sports Jacket over their jumper on very cold days.  Please note, the jacket may not be worn instead of the jumper. 
Old St Peter's Uniform
Our changeover period has now finished, with all students expected in Winter Uniform by next Monday, 8 May.  
We have a small number of second hand grey blazers.  Parents are welcome to contact the School Shop via email to determine if we have stock of a particular size.  We also have stock of size 6, 8, 10  and 12 grey shirts. 
Students in Years 1 and 2 are encouraged to wear their blazer if it still fits, however, in line with our new St Peter's uniform, this will no longer be compulsory.  Students in Years 4-6 wearing the Old St Peter's uniform are expected to wear a blazer.  

Changes to Bus Runs

We have needed to make some modifications to our morning bus runs, consolidating the permanent bookings from Bus 3 into our other 2 runs.  
Bus 1 will now be covering stops in Macarthur Heights, while Bus 2 is covering stops in Glen Alpine.  
All families who have permanent bookings at these stops have been notified.  These changes mean that our buses are now arriving at school around 8.40am
There are no changes to afternoon bus runs at this time.
Please note: Buses transporting students to the Athletics Carnival on Tuesday, 9 May will not leave school until our School Buses have arrived.

Mother's Day Stall

With Mother's Day quickly approaching, we are looking forward to celebrating those who play a special role in our students' lives. This year we are once again holding a Breakfast, as well as giving students the opportunity to purchase gifts at our Mother's Day Stall.
Students will be able to attend the stall during the day in family groups, with gifts costing $6.00 each. There will be a wide range of gifts available including Grandmother gifts. All payments must be made by clicking on the following link. No cash will be accepted on the day.
The payment link will close on Monday, 8 May 2023 @ 3pm.
Thursday, 11 May 2023. (Pre-Kindergarten Echidnas / Wombats, Kindergarten - Year 6 & St Peter's Heart)
Tuesday, 9 May 2023. (Pre-Kindergarten Kangaroos / Koalas)

Mother's Day Breakfast

We invite all Mothers and other special people who perform this role for our students, to join us for breakfast on Friday, 12 May 2023 at 7:30am. Please purchase your family ticket by clicking the link below. The contribution is $10.00 per family.
Bookings will close on Wednesday, 10 May 2023 @ 9.00pm.


On Tuesday, 25 April, ANZAC Day, St Peter's staff and students were invited to participate with other schools, community members and RSL Veterans in the ANZAC Day March along Queen Street, Campbelltown. The March concluded with a wreath laying ceremony at Mawson Park in respect of all who have given their lives in defence of this great country.

It was wonderful to have so many of our students present to mark this significant day. 

Public Speaking Competition

Mrs Samantha Edmunds - Dean of Inquiry/PYP Coordinator

American essayist and philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803 -1882) once exclaimed that ‘Speech is power: speech is to persuade, to convert, to compel.’ And that is exactly what eleven students aim to do during the St Peter’s Public Speaking Competition which will be held on Friday, 12 May 2023 in the School Hall. The event will start promptly at 11:30am, gates open at 11:20am, and the school community is invited to attend. 

The Public Speaking finalists have been working tirelessly over the last few weeks on their prepared speeches centred around the topics: Dear Future Self, A Recipe for Change, What Makes a Good Leader, How to Start a Movement, and Did Curiosity Kill the Cat?

Students will present their three-minute prepared speech in front of an audience of judges, parents, teachers, and peers and will also be given an impromptu topic to present during the competition.

We wish the following students all the best as they prepare to persuade, convict and compel with their oratory skills next week.

Year 4 - Alyssa H, Sophia K, Alyssa F
Year 5 - Lennox K, Imogen C, Claire R, Noah S
Year 6 - Victoria A, Olivia P, Phoenix A, Ash P


Sport Update

Mrs Kasie Bingham - Sports Administrator

We are excited for another term of sport and P.E. at St. Peter’s. This term in Sport, Kindergarten - Year 2 are continuing applying fundamental sports skills in games and introducing students to the standard rules and etiquette of particular sports, while Years 3-6 have Macarthur Bulls coming out to teach the football secrets they use in the A-League, as well as participate in Invasion Games and learn the game of European Handball. 

Students will be learning the following in P.E. for Term 2:

Kindergarten: Kindergarten will participate in a range of movement activities and games, with a focus on sportsmanship and catching.

Year 1: Year 1 will focus on fitness, exploring options for, and benefits of, making home and school physically active places. They will also build their competence in throwing and catching, applying these skills to game situations.

Year 2: Year 2 will participate in a range of more complex physical activities and games, with a focus on kicking skills with a soccer ball and striking skills with a T-Ball bat.

Year 3: Year 3 will focus on catching, passing and kicking skills through the sports of AFL and OzTag. They will also explore the use of force in target games.

Year 4: Year 4 will focus on fitness. Students will explore different ways to keep fit and the benefits that regular physical activity provides them. They will also create dance compositions focussed around sport later in the term.

Year 5: Students will improve their movement skills and teamwork through invasion games like basketball and floor hockey. They will also work on cooperation skills in various group adventure challenges. 

Year 6: Students will build their fitness through a range of activities, including creating their own group fitness circuits. They will then continue refining their teamwork skills in invasion games of their choice.

Athletics Carnival

The Athletics Carnival is part of the School Curriculum and all students are expected to attend. 

The School Athletics Carnival is this coming Tuesday, 9 May, 2023 at Narellan Sports Hub, Athletics Track, Porrende Street, Narellan.

Students are to be dropped off at the Athletics stadium by 9.00am but no earlier than 8:10am,as there will be no teacher supervision prior to that. A Kiss & Drop will operate in front of the stadium between these times.

Sports uniform with the House Polo Shirt is to be worn. Sunblock, water and hats are essential. Bring recess, lunch and plenty of water. There is NO canteen at the venue.

Parents are welcome to attend and sit in the grandstand in the designated zone. Ample parking is available by the Athletics Track and Netball Courts. Entrance to the car park is at the round-a-bout on Porrende Street (opposite Bunnings drive entrance).

Locations of Narellan Sports Hub

Narellan Sports Hub Map

You can download the program for the day here.


Congratulations to students who have been selected for the Winter IPSSO Representative Teams. A copy of the draw can be downloaded here.


JUNIOR (3/4)





Isaac C

Iasona T

Oliver C

Judah M

Andre G

Stirling B

Elijah N

Catriona M

Alyssa H

Alexa A

Kyriana P

Evie C

Ella-Rose M

Mavette W

Molly O

Alyssa F

Estelle N

Ava W

Scarlett G

Karla M

Claudia C

Sophia N

Sophia K

Mackenzie K

Zoe P

Cristina Y

Imogen N

Everly VK

Miheli R

Ire A

James PR

Ethan T

Emmanuel Z

Thomas H

Sharutha H

Ernest M

Liam J

Woojin S

Jacob H

Sam L

Sebastian O

Christian S

Isaac W 

Lachlan W

Kalev G

Liam M

Xavier B

Emmanuel K

Jacob J

Harry S 

Henry L

Colton C

SENIOR (5/6)





Magnushire W

Ash P

Amelia C

Alexis B

Annie M

Victoria A

Audrey S

Harlem K

Robin A

Will P

Lennox K

Isaac L

Alexander M

Cooper Evans

Savannah N

Sophie T

Ella W

Emma C

Isabella M

Ava M

Scarlett G

Matilda T

Eleanor P-R

Ruby H

Cael B

Andrew Z

Rafan M

Phoenix A

Rui S

Benjamin G

Imogen C

Kavyaa S

Claire R

Mia T

Florosei M

Matthew T

Domonic K

Anthony P

Adrian G

Ethan H

Lachlan C

Nicholas DF

Nicholas G

Patrick A

Noah S

Ryan M

Shahzain S

Sakwu M

Jermiah C

Henry C

Harry S


If you have a child from years 3-6 who is in a Club Sport Representative or Development teams/workshops, please email me to let me know . There are many other opportunities for State Team Trials in Term 2 that include:

  • Rugby League

  • Girl’s Rugby 7’s

  • Golf

  • Boy’s and Girl’s Softball

Students MUST be competing at representative level or in a development squad within their local clubs to be considered for nomination and trial.

AFL Afterschool Clinic

AFL NSW will be holding an AFL Afterschool Clinic on our school grounds from Wednesday, 10 May for 4 weeks. 
This programme will run from 3:30pm - 4:30pm, with supervision in the playground from 3.15pm. Students are to be picked up immediately at the conclusion of the programme from the main tunnel gate.


Job Advertisement - School Bus Drivers

Campbelltown Anglican Schools is currently seeking to appoint experienced and energetic School Bus Drivers to join our team and support our community with transporting our students on School/College buses.

The following skills and experience are required:

  • MR Driver’s Licence 
  • Minimum of 2 years' experience as a bus driver 
  • Experience with driving students (advantageous)
  • Clean driving record 
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills 
  • Courteous and respectful manner
  • Strong attention to detail  
  • Maintain a clean and tidy bus interior 
  • The ability to work independently and as part of a team 
  • A first aid qualification, or a willingness to acquire one

Candidates shortlisted for interviews will be expected to provide a Working With Children Check clearance number or clearance letter.

Please email your resume and cover letter to

Applications will be assessed as received. We encourage you to apply as soon as possible. Short listed applicants will be contacted by telephone or email for an interview. 


Thank you!

A special thank you to all the Grandparents and Parents who purchased books at our Book Fair in March. Your generosity has raised an amazing $1855 to purchase books for our school Library. We look forward to our students borrowing and enjoying over 100 new books. 



  • Please pray for our upcoming Athletics Carnival as students participate in the day.
  • We are thankful for the smooth start to term 2 and pray for our students as they learn and grow. 


School Calendar

Term 2
Wednesday, 26 April 2023 - Friday, 30 June 2023
Week 3
Monday, 8 May 2023

9.00am: Kindergarten - Year 2 Assembly
9.30am - 11.10am: Author Anna Ciddor Visiting Years 3 - 6

Tuesday, 9 May 2023

Athletics Carnival - Years 2 - 6
Mother's Day Stall - Kangaroos & Koalas

Wednesday, 10 May 2023

6.45am - 4.00pm: da Vinci Decathlon (Selected students)
3.30pm - 4.30pm: Auskick

Thursday, 11 May 2023

Mother's Day Stall - Echidnas, Wombats, Kindergarten - Year 6 & Heart
3.30pm - 4.30pm: Musical Rehearsal

Friday, 12 May 2023

7.30am - 8.45am: Mother's Day Breakfast
8.10am - 9.30am: Pete's Cafe
9.00am: Chapel - Kindergarten - Year 2
11.30am - 1.15pm: Public Speaking Competition

Week 4
Monday, 15 May 2023

9.00am: Years 3 - 6 Assembly

Tuesday, 16 May 2023

9.00am: Chapel - Years 3 - 6 

Thursday, 18 May 2023

9.00am - 4.30pm: Musical Rehearsal (Mufti clothes with Musical hoodie)

Friday, 19 May 2023

8.10am - 9.30am: Pete's Cafe
Year 5, 2024 Scholarship Testing Day
9.00am: Chapel - Kindergarten - Year 2

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Good Afternoon Friends!

What a great start to the term we have had!
The Anzac Day Parade had a great turnout of students that made me proud to see. They were a credit to themselves and our school. Thank you Mrs McDonnell for overseeing our contingent. 
I have the honour to share Mr Raft's news with you - Congratulations Mr Raft on being selected for the NSW Fire and Rescue Service! There is a gruelling selection process where only 1 in every 1000 applicants is selected. We know that you are one in a million Mr Raft, so we know you will make a great fireman. We will miss you greatly. 
Mr Procuik will take over 5R, and he has spent some time with the class already. Mr Procuik is our PE Specialist, and Mr Vernon will be returning to this role that he last held in 2022. God has been very kind to us in providing just the right people with the right expertise in this space.
I warmly commend the Coronation of King Charles III to you on Saturday evening. It will be a feast for the eyes, and an opportunity to have some excellent conversations with your children about politics, government, historic moments, and, of course, our King Jesus, who is King of Kings.
God bless you. 

Parents and Friends of St Peter's Meeting

All parents are invited to join us on Monday, 29 May 6.00pm -7.00pm in the Boardroom. 
This is an opportunity for parents, carers, and people that are important in the life of our students to have their say about issues concerning the school, and some of the upcoming events this term.
This meeting's focus is on the wellbeing of students, and to gather feedback on the Parents Forum (23 May).
Please bring your thoughts and creative ideas!
We will start and end promptly as we value your time.