St. Peter's students in a production
arts and culture

Creativity at St. Peter’s

A place of limitless creativity, St. Peter’s celebrates creativity, cultural diversity, and human connection through both traditional and contemporary performing arts. Our students have the opportunity to explore and nurture their unique creative potential through both curricular and co-curricular opportunities across music, dance, drama, and visual arts.

With guidance from a faculty of internationally renowned facilitators and tutors, our students receive expert mentorship within our inspiring facilities. Catering to a wide range of abilities, we encourage participation in expressive and visual arts, supporting our students to achieve both breadth and balance in their studies. For those most aspirational, we provide pathways to pursue excellence in their chosen creative fields.

Student playing violin

Cultural groups
at St. Peter's

St. Peter’s embraces cultural diversity and human connection through a rich array of cultural programmes. Our students participate in Kapa Haka and Pasifika programmes, which celebrate and preserve the rich traditions and expressions of Māori and Pacific Island cultures. These programmes provide a platform for students to connect with their heritage, develop cultural pride, and build a sense of community.

The inclusive nature of our cultural activities ensures that all students, regardless of their background, can engage, learn, and appreciate the diverse cultural landscape of our school. This approach fosters mutual respect, understanding, and unity within the St. Peter’s community.