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A Nobel Impact.

August 22nd, 2014 | by St Peter's College

St Peter’s College in Adelaide – the alma mater of three of Australia’s 15 Nobel Prize winners – was the


Supporting our local community

May 16th, 2014 | by St Peter's College

The Adelaide Advertiser has acknowledged the efforts of our Junior School in supporting our local community. Congratulations must got to


Creating an inspiring social and emotional learning environment where boys thrive.

February 3rd, 2013 | by webadmin

At St Peter’s College we know that to build character in our boys is as important as extending their intellect. We believe it is essential that boys understand their wellbeing, and that of others; in the same way they read books, study mathematics, play in an orchestra or kick a football. Your son will learn the skills of resilience to remain optimistic in the face of adversity; understand how to use their strengths of character and coping mechanisms to apply to his daily life. For further information, please contact our Admissions Manager, Ms Melissa Cheesman on 8404


A unique conversation about mental wellbeing.

November 26th, 2012 | by webadmin

On Wednesday 13 February 2013 at 7pm, St Peter’s College invites you to take part in a unique conversation about mental wellbeing as it becomes increasingly recognised as fundamental to the overall performance of both children and adults. Come and listen to, and speak with, Professor Martin Seligman, Adelaide’s Thinker in Residence; former Australian of the Year, Professor Patrick McGorry AO; Mental Health Advocate and Associate Professor Jane Burns, Chief Executive Officer of the Young & Well CRC as well as Headmaster of St Peter's College, Simon Murray. Book online at http://www.trybooking.com


“The Power of One”

May 28th, 2012 | by webadmin

by David Hine, Head of Junior School, St Peters College, Adelaide In the foyer of our Junior School, there is


Measuring the elements to Flourish

February 13th, 2012 | by webadmin

What is the significance of wellbeing in contemporary schooling? The importance of character strengths, positive emotion, relationships, engagement, meaning and



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