Say ‘konnichiwa’ to Amy Sensei

Bronwyn WilsonUncategorized

If you have been hearing phrases like konnichiwa, kudasai or arigato gozaimasu around the home lately, you probably have Amy Sensei to thank. Since joining SPLS as our language teacher in 2020, Amy McNamara’s unremitting enthusiasm for everything Japanese has translated itself to our students, whose passion for the subject is growing all the time in line with that of … Read More

In this Together…

Bronwyn WilsonUncategorized

From 27 May – 3 June 2020, St Peters Lutheran joined with the rest of the country to mark twenty years of shaping Australia’s journey towards a more just, equitable and reconciled nation. Reconciliation is a journey for all Australians – as individuals, families, communities, organisations and importantly as a nation. At the heart of this journey are relationships between the broader … Read More

The Truth About Dinosaurs!

Bronwyn WilsonCommunity Action, Learning, Proof of the pudding, Uncategorized

St Peters Lutheran School offers a wonderfully broad and diverse curriculum that allows students to use creativity, critical thinking and extend their areas of interest. In past Inside Stories w e have followed the journeys of various old scholars and in this week’s edition we focus on a past student that has excelled in one of  his areas of interest. We … Read More

Sports Day – Fun for all

Bronwyn WilsonSport and extra curricula, Uncategorized

After a fabulous day full of energy and excitement it is nice to reflect on Sports Day and appreciate why it is set out the way it is.  Sports Day is a great day for students to explore their body’s capabilities, experience being part of a team and learn more about themselves. For the majority of people it is a … Read More

Mathematics – Discovering The Science of Beautiful Pattern

Bronwyn WilsonLearning, Uncategorized

At St Peters we help our students to see Mathematics has a subject which searches for, studies and describes pattern.  Making sense of mathematics relies on an understanding of the patterns which underlie it. By seeking patterns, students are building knowledge as well as learning to function in a mathematical way.  “Pattern is not a topic but rather a process … Read More