The PFA would like to extend a huge thank you to the school community who have so generously donated play items to the ELC.
The Reception children reflected upon their six months of school at St Peter’s Woodlands and they’re off to a flying start.
It is a long held tradition at St Peter’s Woodlands to host a Grandparents and Special Friends Day.
The Year 2s have been putting their green thumbs to work!
The students have been busy planting seedlings in the vegetable garden.
During Term One the Moseley, Hastings and Colley Rooms in the ELC 4 Year Old Program began their inquiring into Sustainability.
The St Peter’s Woodlands chickens are roaming in new surroundings.
Late during Term 1 we decided to re-home our school chooks.
The Importance of Phonological Awareness
One of the best ways to help prepare children for school is to develop their phonological awareness.
The Reception children led our final Chapel service for 2019 presenting their annual Nativity play.
After weeks of practice the big day arrived for the children of the SPW Early Learning Centre for Get Active Day.
On a sunny Spring day, in the first week of Term 4, our youngest SPW students played for hours on the beautiful Nutter Thomas Lawns as Maria Taylor from Nature Play SA facilitated an outdoor