Thank you to everyone who joined us on Friday night for our St Peters Summer Sizzler. We were lucky to have pleasant weather for the evening and there was a strong turnout of patrons enjoying the great food and entertainment.
We saw some cool moves happening at the Kid's Disco, while the Disco Cantina plied everyone with popcorn, lolly bags and glow sticks. The Kid's Zone of jumping castles, airbrush tattoos and garden games was absolutely heaving with kids. They were also treated to a visit from Santa, who arrived in an SES rescue vehicle and was escorted by two lovely volunteers from Marrickville SES. It was wonderful to see so many past SPPS friends and families catching up at the event. Many returning alumni were thrilled to spot themselves in the extensive array of school history photographs on our 135th anniversary display.Local history experts Bob and Laurel Horton (Laurel's father went to SPPS) from the ‘St Peters Cooks River History Group' were on hand to share their wealth of knowledge about the school and St Peters.We also saw quite a few new faces from our 2017 intake having fun at their new school and getting a taste of what a wonderful school community we have here at SPPS. The amazing desserts from Pepe Saya and Dessert makers were well received and, as usual, the P&C put on a tasty BBQ to feed the masses.A big thank you must go to all of the volunteers for your efforts in making the night a success, a lot goes on behind the scenes to get this kind of event off the ground and all contributions are greatly appreciated.The P&C was pleased to provide this relaxed family event to help wrap up the school year. All funds raised on the night will go towards making our great little school a better place to learn and grow.
St Peters Public School acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of this nation. We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the lands on which our company is located and where we conduct our business. We pay our respects to ancestors and Elders, past and present. St Peters Public School is committed to honouring Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ unique cultural and spiritual relationships to the land, waters and seas and their rich contribution to society.
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