St Peters Lutheran School has been providing a Christian education for children from Dimboola and surrounding districts since 1958.

Our school is unique as it is a small school with small classes and a low teacher to pupil ratio. This creates a sense that the school is a family with a personal and caring approach. We are well equipped with updated resources including computers and interactive whiteboards in each class.

St Peters offers a safe Christian environment that endeavours to provide a diverse learning environment that nurtures mutual respect, love and care.

Over recent years we have upgraded a range of facilities, with the most notable being a new synthetic playground surface and basketball court, new computers and iPads for students to use in class.

At St Peters Lutheran Primary School we have a rigorous and challenging curriculum. Our experienced and carefully appointed teachers have a wide range of expertise, skills and knowledge which we have incorporated into our broad and stimulating curriculum.


June 2016

2nd - Lightening Premiership Training
3rd - Student Free Day
7th - CMA Visit
7th - P & F meeting
         2pm (New Time)
10th - Lightening Premiership Training
13th - Queens Birthday Holiday
14th - Lightening Premiership Yr 3 - 6
19th - P&F Movie afternoon
24th - Red Nose Day
24th - Last Day of Term

July 2016

11th - First Day of Term 3

August 2016

5th - Jeans for Genes Day
19th - Pupil Free Day
29th-31st - Yr 3-6 School Camp

September 2016

15th - Last Day of Term 3

October 2016

3rd - First Day of Term 4
17th - 21st - Book Week
21st - Grandparents Day

Term Dates for 2016...
Term 2
11th April - 24th June
Term 3
11th July - 16th Sept
Term 4
Term 4 3rd Oct - 14th Dec

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From Our Principal

Hi everyone, welcome to week 7 of term 2 it’s been another fantastic week at St Peters. We have had several fun excursions this week where our students have been involved. Yes the weather has been rather cool and all our heaters have been going flat chat particularly in the mornings. Hot food Friday went very well last week with everyone enjoying delicious hotdogs for lunch. Thanks to all the Parents and friends that came along and prepared the food for our students.

The rain has been sensational. Our oval and gardens are looking lush and super green. If you are on the maintenance schedule please make contact with the office to check what bits and pieces need to be sorted out before you come in on the weekend. We are fortunate that the rain has taken care of all watering, however there is plenty of raking to be done in the Mallee area so that in the next few weeks all the bark, sticks and leaves can be burnt while we have a fire permit. Please let us know if you intend to come in and work on the grounds so that the necessary tools can be left out for you.

We were invited up to DMSC to participate in the ‘Food Revolution Day’ on Tuesday 24th May. The day consisted of Mrs Clarke demonstrating a food product and how to prepare and safely cook, followed by a Jamie Oliver video and then students walked through the kitchen to receive their lunch which was Minestrone soup followed by fried rice. The focus was on cooking healthy food that is able to provide plenty of energy and vitamins for daily activities. Everyone seemed to thoroughly enjoy the demonstration and of course the eating. Congratulations to Dane, Tamara and Bailey who won their age group colouring competitions. Well done to Mitchel who was picked to help prepare and cook the omelette for the demonstration.

It is always great to be able to be a part of these programs. A big thank you goes to the staff and students at DMSC for always thinking of us and inviting us along to these wonderful opportunities.

Preps, Grades one & two were all invited to the Dimboola Library for this year’s Simultaneous Storytime on Wednesday. The book ‘I got this Hat ‘by Jol & Kate Temple was read at the same date & time all around Australia within Libraries, Kindergartens and school communities.

The story was followed by an activity and the students were also able to browse and have a look around the facilities. Thank you to Deb from the Library for inviting us along and leading this dedicated story time.

Have a great weekend,

Tim Reimann
27 May 2016

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phone 03 5389 1626
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