This school is a small rural Catholic school who’s has some wonderful students and families. There are some that seem to forget it’s built on Catholic values and struggle with the RE factor.
We have had three children through this school and have had a good experience.
obvious favouritism to children in the school of families that are “well known” in the community
care more about uniform and school reputation than the actual students and their educations
overall the teachers a quite good apart from the occasional incompetent and questionable hired teachers. Most teachers do genuinely care about there students and their grades.
classrooms and facilities and average, nothing flashy but i have no complaints.
If you are lgbtq+ looking to coming to this school i would suggest not. Transgender students weren’t permitted to wear their preferred gendered uniforms until this year 2021, as it was previous denied by the last principle. No effort what so ever is put in making the community better for Lqbt, and is never talked about but rather sweeped under the rug.
despite a suicide committed by a student at st. peter’s who suffered from autism and was severely bullied at school in 2019, mental health support is still lacking at st. peter’s.
To be honest the school has very very little people of colour and practically filled with all white kids.
Was okay before 2020 new management has caused the school to go down hill. The dislike aimed towards senior students is quite apparent with senior student having alot of activitys taken away from them. Also the lack of effort put towards mental health is sad.
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