Our vision is to prepare and motivate our students for a rapidly changing world by instilling in them critical thinking skills, a global perspective, and a respect for core values of honesty, loyalty, perseverance, and compassion. Students will have success for today and be prepared for tomorrow as a beneficial member of the society.
Our goal as a school is to equip young minds with the required skills and mindset to thrive and then take on the world.
Our mission is to impart moral values and to enable the children to grow up into caring and sharing individuals, equipped for making the right choices in life and responsible citizens of the country and the world.
In 2006 when the name of the school changed to St. Peter’s, as the ecumenical head. I was confident of its growth. St. Peter, in the Bible, represents “The Rock” upon which Jesus Christ built His church, and “Unless the Lord build the House, they labour in vain that built it.” as its motto. I leave the school administration in the experienced hands of the Rector, Principal and teachers with a prayer to God each day for His guidance.
Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.
We are so thankful for how God has blessed St. Peter’s School and we are without a doubt certain that He has great plans for our school in the coming years.
Today, the role of a school is not only to pursue academic excellence but also to motivate and empower its students to be lifelong learners, critical thinkers, and productive members of an ever-changing global society. A school must try to provide its students with an atmosphere for multifaceted development, where children are encouraged to channelize their potential in the pursuit of excellence. This can only be possible in a holistic, student-centric environment. The talents, skills, and abilities of each student need to be identified, nurtured, and encouraged so that he/she is able to reach greater heights. Students need to be provided with a platform to think, express, and exhibit their skills. It is necessary to empower them to negotiate several issues that confront them, with the teacher being a facilitator.
At present, like all schools, we are faced with the challenge of developing a good sense of discipline and moral values within the ever-changing social norms of society. We need to constantly work together to develop a sense of discipline and good moral character, where all students are expected to conform to high disciplinary standards and to develop values of tolerance, fair play, compassion, integrity, and fortitude. We request all parents/guardians to understand the need of the hour to be a partner with the school to build those values which are slowly deteriorating from our society.
Our school is blessed with dedicated staff and supportive parents/guardians and wonderful children who are the precious gift from God to our St. Peter’s School family.
We need your constant prayer to enable us to fulfill the vision and mission of our school.