Being a preparatory (Primary) school certainly has its benefits. The focus is on the preparatory years and equipping students as learners for the challenges ahead. Our focus on the individual child is so important and our Christianity isn’t something we take lightly. It is embedded effectively in all we do.
Our facilities are excellent and we are constantly looking to improve. Our philosophy of learning has seen us apply to implement the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (The PYP). We have begun the implementation of this learning framework for how we deliver the Australian Curriculum in 2017. Throughout this year (2019), we hope to be authorised as an IB WorldSchool. The PYP aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world, through intercultural understanding and respect. This approach, alongside our firm commitment of foundational skills in literacy and numeracy will only heighten the educational experience that we can offer our students.
Small classes throughout the school, enormous co-curricular opportunities and a place where students are known and cared for. That’s the St Peter’s experience. As a parent myself, I understand the importance of selecting the right school for your children. Come and take a tour, meet our dedicated and committed staff and consider joining the Macarthur region’s leading Christian independent Primary school.
Brendan Gorman has been the Headmaster of St Peter's Anglican Primary School since the commencement of the 2014 academic year. Prior to his appointment, he held senior leadership positions at a number of schools including St Paul's Grammar School and Nepean Christian School.
Mr Gorman is a member of the Independent Primary School Heads of Australia (IPSHA), Association Heads of Independent Schools of Australia (AHISA) and serves on the AHISA Academic Committee and is a member of the International Baccalaureate (IBO) Educator Network. He is also a member of the Australian Council for Educational Leaders and Australian College of Educators.
Mr Gorman has a passion for authentic inquiry learning, meaningful assessment, high academic standards, learning environments, digital technologies and a culture of respect and belonging.
Mr Brendan Gorman