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Nurture : 2010
08 nurture ST PETER'S Anglican College is cele- brating its success under the Federal Government BER Scheme with two new facilities under construction, and a third project already completed. The St Peter's Language Centre has been designed to accommodate over 300 students in a purpose-built lecture the- atre and features a Japanese garden, language laboratories, smart boards and the latest interactive technology. The College offers French and Japanese, with Japanese taught as a second language from Kindergarten, ensuring students have strong Asia liter- acy skills to enable future leaders to engage successfully with Asia. A $1.8 million library is also under con- struction and is due for completion in mid 2010. The library features custom designed study areas, seminar rooms, a research area and computer laboratory. The library will complement the College's existing resource centre, giving students an abundance of study areas and greater exposure to the latest information. St Peter's received $150,000 under the BER School Pride scheme to create a cricket and athletics oval. This exciting development enhances the College's Outdoor Education Programme with stu- dents from Kindergarten to Year 12 enjoying a week of outdoor activities and adventures, from abseiling to canoeing and camping. The oval comes as a wel- come addition to the College rugby oval, netball and basketball court, volleyball court, triple jump pit and cricket practice nets. An extensive co-curricular program, including athletics training, juggling, AFL, netball, maths tuition, homework assistance, chess and car maintenance gives students the opportunity to devel- op a wide range of skills in and out of the classroom! The College continues to develop its strong music program and offers private tuition on-site in a variety of instruments including guitar, drums, piano, saxo- phone and also voice and music theory. The College Big Band, Blues Band and Choir perform regularly at a variety of community and College events. As an independent K to 12 College, St Peter's is cultivating new and exciting ways to enhance the lives of its students. With gifted and talented support, a HSC mentoring system and special needs programme, St Peter's ensures that the individual needs of all students are met. The St Peter's Early Childhood bus transports very young students between Narooma and the College each day. If you and your child would like to become a part of St Peter's, contact the College, visit the website or call in to 61 Train Street, Broulee. At St Peter's Anglican College ... you are always welcome! St Peter's Anglican College Kindergarten to Year 12 ... on one campus www.stpetersbroulee.nsw.edu.au 61 train street, broulee t: 44 715 111 nurturing your child Learning the ropes at St Peter's.