St Peter's Woodlands Grammar School

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St Peter's Woodlands
Adelaide, South Australia
Type Independent, co-educational Anglican primary school
Denomination Anglican
Established 1863 (St Peter's Glenelg)
1999 (St Peter's Woodlands)
Chairman Mr Tom Rundle
Principal Mr Christopher Prance
Chaplain Rev Andrew Mintern
Enrolment 800 (ELC-7)
Campus Glenelg
Colour(s) Royal Blue      and Gold     

St. Peter's Woodlands Grammar School (commonly known as St Peter's Woodlands or SPW) is a co-educational Anglican primary school located in the South Australian seaside suburb of Glenelg. It is an independent school that has been established for over 140 years, currently providing education for children from 18 months of age through to the end of their primary school years at Year 7. The Early Learning Centre offers Playgroup, Toddler and Preschool programs for children from 18 months of age.

St Peter’s Woodlands is part of the Anglican Parish of Glenelg and, through its roots as the original Parish School, the school community is often involved in wider parish activities.

School Structure[edit]

St Peter's Woodlands Grammar is built up of the Preschool, Junior Primary, Middle Primary and Upper Primary. Upper Primary has more advanced roles, with leadership roles including School Captains, Class Captains, House Captains and other various leadership roles. These roles play an important part in the structure of the school and without these there wouldn't be much of a school community.

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