St Peter's Lutheran School has been providing a Christian education for children from Dimboola and surrounding districts since 1958.
We are unique as a small school with small class sizes and a low teacher-to-pupil ratio. This allows us to devote the most time possible to each student and contributes to the sense of family within our school. Our classrooms are well-equipped with updated resources including a fleet of modern laptops and iPads, allowing students one-to-one access to these devices. Touchscreen televisions in each classroom are well utilised in our teaching and learning activities.
Our School Board is responsible for the governance of our school and is comprised of members of our school family and the wider community.
The St Peter's Lutheran Primary School community believes that God is a loving, gracious God. He cares for and stands by all of us as we grow in our relationship with Him. We believe that every child is blessed with gifts, ready to grow.
St Peter's Lutheran Primary School offers a safe, Christian environment that:
- Provides a diverse learning environment facilitating individual development
- Strives for excellence in all that we do
- Uses God's gifts and blessings to the fullest for ourselves and for our society
- Develops spiritual, academic, emotional, social and physical skills
- Nurtures mutual respect, love and care
St Peter's Lutheran Primary School's values are love, justice, compassion, forgiveness, service, humility, courage, hope, quality and appreciation.
St Peter's offers a varied program of learning affirming literacy and numeracy development. Staff participate in ongoing professional development for all curriculum areas. The curriculum aligns with the requirements of AusVELS and the Australian Curriculum which covers key areas of:
- Technology (including Information, Communication and Computer Technology)
- Art, Music and Drama
- History & Geography
- Health & Physical Education
- Civics & Citizenship
- Christian Studies
- Participation in community awareness programs
- Cultural performances
- Current and ongoing safety awareness initiatives
- Visiting speakers
- Craft Elective Program
- Outdoor Education/Camp/Excursion Program
Shared Interschool Curriculum Days include interschool sport, camps and extra curricular activities with neighbouring schools including Holy Trinity Lutheran College in Horsham and Nhill Lutheran School.
Opportunities for gifted individual students to participate in camps and other state and nationwide extra curricular activities are constantly available. Check at the school for more details.
At St Peter's we enjoy working in a team. We strongly believe that community member and parental involvement enriches a child's experience at school and actively encourage participation in a variety of areas within the school.
- Listening to children read
- Art and Craft
- Group activities
- Utilizing your talents around the school environment
St Peter's Lutheran Primary School offers an education program to all. No exceptions are made because of ethnic origin, gender, religion, ability or disability so long as parents or guardians seeking enrolment for their child/children undertake to support willingly and freely the stated aims of St Peter's Lutheran School, and that adequate space and resources are available.
To start primary school your child will need to turn five years of age by 30 April of the year that they start school.
All parents seeking enrolment for their child/children are asked to arrange an interview in order to formally complete enrolment procedures. Early enrolment assists a smooth transition for your child.