Sport for all Year Levels

St Peters offers a vast cocurricular program, with the Sport program being a major part of the extended educational experience. We encourage our students to be involved in sport from a young age and our Primary Years students have access to a wide range of training programs and activities. By introducing the St Peters Sport program to our Lower Primary students, we prepare them them for future school competitions, while also providing them with the social and emotional benefits that come hand-in-hand with participating in sporting activities. Friendships and social groups are formed through participation in sport, many of which continue as students continue through to Senior School. Please note, St Peters Cocurricular Sport activities and competitions are year level and gender dependent.

Lower Primary Sport

Many of the sports offered to our Lower Primary students are coordinated by St Peters, but provided by external organisations. As such, some of these activities may require a participation fee. Some activities are age-dependent and, at times, there may be some changes to the timetable. All information regarding the Primary Years Cocurricular Program, including times and venues, can be found on the Firefly in the Primary Years pages. 

Girls Sport

Girls in the Primary Years have a number of sporting opportunities to choose from. These include organised school sports and club fixtures. The Andrews Cup Metro Meets competition is open to girls from Years 4-6 and features seven girls schools. It offers offers formal competition in a relaxed environment, over a short season. The Meets are all about participation and they give girls a taste of the future sports that will feature in the Years 7-12 Queensland Girls Secondary Schools Sports Association (QGSSSA) competition. St Peters operates a club in the Western Districts Netball Association (WDNA) Club fixtures and the BWPI Water Polo competition. Numerous teams are entered in these competitions, which allows girls of all abilities the opportunity to play organised sport with their friends while representing St Peters.

Boys Sport

All boys involved in sport in Years 5-12 operate within the formalised association known as AIC (Associated Independent Colleges). There are eight schools in this competition and matches are played on a rotational basis. All AIC schools will compete against each other throughout the respective sport seasons. 

Southern Lutheran Associated Primary Schools

St Peters is part of the Southern Lutheran Associated Primary Schools (SLAPS) competition. SLAPS is made up of seven Lutheran Primary Schools in Southeast Queensland, all of whom come together on three occasions throughout the year. The three SLAPS carnivals are Swimming, Cross country and Track & Field.

TERM 1 TERM 2 TERM 3 TERM 4
SPW Swimming
Hockey
Hockey
SPW Swimming
Tennis
Tennis
Tennis
Tennis
Learn to Swim
Football
Auskick
Cricket
Cricket
Netball
Netball
Rugby
Netball
Rugby
Basketball
Learn to Swim
Girls Water Polo
Chess
Football
Basketball
Touch Football
Rugby
Girls Water Polo
Rugby
Track & Field


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