The Student Service Leadership Council is a group of students that engage with the community and provide opportunities for student agency.
Community connections are important to acknowledge and we have a unique mixture of them at SPW.
Almost half of our staff are parents of current or past SPW students.
Year 6 and 7s welcome!
SPW’s link church, St Peter’s Glenelg Anglican Church, runs a Youth Group twice a term on a Friday evening.
A Singing school is a happy school
Last term we held the SPW Cabaret which featured over 40 solo singers and the whole Show Choir.
The ELC run a very exciting program over the school holiday breaks.
The PFA has had a super start to 2019!
We are thrilled to report that every class from ELC to Year 7 has at least 1 Class Representative, for which we are very grateful.
Giving up in order to give
In Lent we traditionally practise the discipline of “giving up something to give”.
Celebrating 20 Years with Angela Doan
In the beginning
For three years after graduating as a teacher, I had been working in a priority project school in Murray Bridge and looking for a dif
On Friday March 8 the SPW Old Scholars’ Association invited the 2018 Year 7 students to their Back to School Reunion.
In Week 7 of Term 1 the Year 6 students flew to Canberra to undertake a four-day educational tour of the nation’s capital.