St Peter's Primary School, Stockton strives to provide a high quality, contemporary and inclusive education for all students and endeavours to work collaboratively, professionally and cohesively towards a common goal of inclusivity and acceptance.
With a supportive community of teachers, parents, carers, clergy, parishioners and support staff who work together to focus on the students, the school offers a safe and wonderful learning environment for students, who are nurtured, challenged and encouraged to excel and grow.
The St Peter's school community promotes a true sense of faith, friendship and high moral ideals, with a combination of academic, pastoral and co-curricular programs ensuring all students are provided with a balanced spiritual, emotional, physical, intellectual and cultural education.
The professional staff are committed to improving learning outcomes and are supported through innovative the use of 21st century technologies, an excellent library and a variety of academic, sport, creative arts and musical initiatives.
St Peter’s aims to ensure the transition into kindergarten is a smooth and positive experience for all students, with each new kinder enrolment assigned a Year 6 buddy on orientation day to help them feel comfortable and adjust to the next phase of school life. The buddy support system also enables Year 6 students to demonstrate their leadership skills, strengthen their confidence and provide a friendly face for new students in the playground.
St Peter's has a proud history of involvement in the local community including participation in sporting and cultural events, attendance at community commemorative services and celebrations and fundraising activities for worthy causes.
St Peter’s offers an Out of Hours school care program, serviced by Stockton School Kids Fun Club The program runs from 7.00am each morning and from 3.00pm to 6.00pm each afternoon and Vacation Care is also available during all school holidays.
Students of St Peter's Primary School, Stockton are encouraged to continue their Catholic education by attending San Clemente High School, Mayfield.