St Peter's Parents' Association

Members of the Parents' Association support school events with homemade treats for guests.

The St Peter’s Parents’ Association (SPPA) represents all parents of St Peter’s. We aim to connect parents and the school, create a community of parents sharing ideas and resources, and contribute to the school in a mutually beneficial way.

Our parent volunteers help the school in various ways, including fundraising for special projects, activities, and resources, and providing support with cups of tea and home-baked goodies at school events like the Parent Teacher Interview afternoons, the Course Selection afternoon and the School Cross Country.

The primary focus of the SPPA is friend-raising; we do this by actively serving the parent community through fun nights out with other parents. Members meet once or twice a term to plan events for parents to meet and form shared friendships; it could be casual drinks in Cambridge or Dinner in the Dining Hall, all of which are well attended by our community. 

Campus Principal Julie Small and senior students attend planning meetings for fundraising activities, report on new initiatives, and provide a unique insight into happenings at the school.

We extend a warm invite to all new parents at St Peter’s to join in the fun and camaraderie of the St Peter’s Parents' Association. Help us to support the school and our students in whichever way is most meaningful to you.

Please feel free to contact us at

How do we raise funds?

Our main source of income is through the annual levy for families. These funds are supplemented by our fundraising activities, which include helping with catering at Athletics Day and the sale of promotional items.

How do we use the funds?

The fund raised by the Parents' Association goes directly to help resource the school and support the enriching and educational environment for the students.

Over the last few years, our families have invested more than $100,000 in projects, including the Prep School Adventure Playground, Makerspace 3D Printers for the library, and Lighting Console for the Auditorium – saving the school thousands in hire each year. Also, irrigation for new grapevines, uniforms for Kapa Haka, a roaming microphone for School Chapel, a $40,000 upgrade to the sports conditioning equipment in the strength and conditioning gym, lego, wellbeing speaker, live stream equipment, mountain bike trailer and bee keeping suits.  

The range of programmes supported by the St Peter’s Parents' Association is huge.

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