All Saints College - St Peter's Campus
New South Wales, Australia
About All Saints College - St Peter's Campus
St Peter’s Maitland is a mixed, non-selective, Catholic secondary school in New South Wales, serving students from the age of 11-16. The secondary school is situated in Maitland, and is part of the multi-campus main school – All Saints College, along with St Mary’s Campus Maintalnd, serving students from the age of 16-18, and St Joseph’s Lochinvar, serving pupils from the age of 11-16.
St Peter’s Maitland was founded as an all-boy school in 1838, and has been at its present site since 1874. The school works closely with the Marist Brothers and the Diocese of Maitland Newcastle.
Mr Bernard Burgess
The school has facilities including a library, science laboratories, modern classrooms, a computer suite and a sports hall.
St Peter’s Maitland offers a varied learning curriculum adhering with the national curriculum while at the same time giving space for individuals to specialise in areas of interest in Year 9 onwards, that will help benefit them for their future. Along with optional modules, which include Indonesian, visual design and dance, pupils also have the opportunity to undertake Vocational Education and Training (VET) courses, which require them to complete a work placement. The school also places a great emphasis on IT training, and has a bring your own device policy, allowing all pupils to learn in class with a computer.
St Peter’s Maitland is proud of its ethos, which is centred around the Catholic faith, with staff, students and families actively encouraged to seek their own faith journey. The school enjoys a close relationship with the local church and installs a strong sense of community spirit in each of its pupils, following the values of respect, love, truth, justice, integrity, compassion and honesty.