Newsletter – Friday 5 March 2021

This newsletter contains a Message from the Principal, Merit Certificates, POWs and more.

2021 Student Residential Address and Other Information Collection Notice

This notice is from the Australian Government Department of Education and Training to advise you that the department has requested that your child’s school provide a statement of address, in accordance with the Australian Education Regulation 2013. Please click below to access the document.


2021 Student Residential Address and Other Information Collection Notice


Welcome old and new students and families to St Peter’s Netball 2021!

St Peter’s compete as part of the Noranda Netball Association at Noranda Netball Centre, Garson Court, Noranda.

Please read ALL the information below as there have been some changes from last year.


Newsletter – Friday 19 February 2021

This newsletter contains a Message from the Principal, Merit Certificates, POWs and more.


Please click on the link for Sacrament information for 2021.

General Sacrament Theology Night Invitation for Sacramental Families 2021

COVID-19 Update – Returning to School on Monday 8 February 2021

Dear Parents and Caregivers

I am writing to advise that our school will open for the start of Term One next week.
This is in response to Premier, Mark McGowan’s announcement last night that the hard lock down in the Perth, Peel and South West regions will be lifted at 6pm today, Friday, 5 February.

However, some restrictions will continue to apply until at least 12:01am on Sunday, 14 February.

We are delighted and excited that St Peter’s Primary School will be welcoming our students back to school on Monday, 8 February at 8.30am.

The most important aspect of the continuing restrictions will be a requirement for all staff members to wear a mask. There is no requirement for students from Kindergarten to Year 6 to wear a mask, however they may choose to if they wish.

The following information about school drop-off on Monday, 8 February is provided for your information:

  1. All parents are welcome onto school grounds but must wear a mask at all times.
  2. Parents and teachers must maintain 1.5 metres distance at all times.
  3. In order to ensure 1.5 metres distance among all adults at all times, students will be greeted at the classroom door at 8.30am. Parents will need to remain outside the classroom and leave the school grounds by 8.45am.
  4. We will have extra staff members on hand in the Early Childhood Years to assist with the settling of children at the beginning of the school day.

I appreciate that parents and students will have many questions about the new arrangements and assure you that I will continue to provide information about the requirements as soon it becomes available. If your child is particularly anxious about starting school, please contact Mrs Jenny Biancotti (Social Worker) via email on

Please also refer to our COVID-19 Pastoral Care letter posted on our website in regards to dealing with anxiety in children during the pandemic, wearing a face mask and receiving support.
Pastoral Care & Wellness Returning to School and Masks: Term 1 – 2021

At the end of next week, Friday, 12 February, you will receive a link to access your
‘Meet the Teacher’ information, along with your child’s ‘Learning Map’, as we were unable to facilitate our Kindy – Year 6 Parent Information Evening in our first week, due to lock down.

Information about the Government’s announcement is available on the site.  The latest health information is available through WA Health Department.

Our school staff will continue to work closely with you to ensure that all children can be welcomed back to school on Monday, 8 February in a safe manner.
Your child’s health and well-being remain our first priority.

Stay Healthy, Stay Safe and Stay United!!

Kind regards

Mrs Pina Hutcheson

Pastoral Care & Wellness Returning to School and Masks: Term 1 – 2021

After an unusual start to our school year with both COVID-19 and fires affecting us all, I am aware that for many parents and students the last week may have been challenging in a variety of ways. I hope you are all safe, well and seeking out support where you may need it.

Please click on the link below for information on how to assist your child in returning to school.

COVID-19 Pastoral Care Letter 5.02.2021

Newsletter – Friday 11 December 2020

This newsletter contains a Message from the Principal and Best Wishes for Christmas!


Well done to our 2020 Award Recipients!