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

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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.

 
 
 
 
 
Calendar...

May 2017
22nd-31st - Bike Ed
31st - School Photos

June 2017
1st-2nd - Bike Ed
5th - Warracknabeal Cross Country
9th - Report Writing Day (Student Free)
12th - Queens Birthday Public Holiday
20th - Lightning Premiership
30th - Last Day Term 2




2017 Term Dates
 
Term 2
18th April - 30th June
Term 3
17th July - 22nd September
Term 4
9th October - 22nd December



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From Our Principal

Hello everyone, well it is the end of week 5 of term 2 and it has been a fantastic week here at St Peters. We have been inundated with some fabulous opening rains and from the looks of it there is plenty more on the horizon. On the way across the school yard this morning I was passing our river bed in our sensory garden area and was able to pick a huge mushroom that smelt super fresh and tasty. It reminded me of picking mushrooms along our farm fence lines. We could often fill several buckets before heading home and frying them up for a very tasty free treat. My favourite was to have them on toast in a rich mushroom gravy.

This week we seem to have been hit by a few ailments. There is a nasty cough/chesty virus that is moving fast and hitting hard. Several students have been away from school while they recover and I encourage you to keep your children home if possible if they end up with a dose of this bug. If your child requires medication or cough lozenges please let their teaching staff know.

Our School open day was held this week on Wednesday, it was wonderful to have several visitors that were able to experience a little piece of a day here at St Peters. Thank you to the P&F helpers that organised the morning tea and made our visitors feel very welcome and warm. A big thankyou to all of the staff and students that helped to make our Open Day such a success.

The P-2 students are heading down to the Dimboola Library next Wednesday for Simultaneous Storytime. It is on at 11:00am and staff and students will be walking down to the Library from school. Any parents with smaller siblings are invited to come along for the walk or just to meet us at the Library for the story. Next Thursday we have the Dental van from Nhill visiting. All students at school on the day will be having a check-up and parents will be notified if there are any major concerns that you may need to follow up further.

We hope to begin Bike Education next Friday the 26th May. Students are required to have their own bicycle and helmet for this program. The bicycle needs to be of a safe size and must have a working bell and brakes. Friday is the day to bring your child’s equipment to school. We will have them all safely locked up in the Art room each night. Junior students will be actively involved in this program and may also bring in their bike/scooter and helmet. Junior students will not be involved in the on road rides. Bike Ed is delivered in schools and community settings. The program helps children develop the skills they need to ride safely and independently on roads and paths. The program involves a mix of practical activities conducted off-road (in the school grounds) and on-road (on local roads) together with classroom activities.

Have a great weekend,

Your’s in Christ,

Tim Reimann

Friday 19th May 2017


 
 
 
 
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phone 03 5389 1626
email admin@spls.vic.edu.au
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