SPK Saint Peter School

SPK Saint Peter School

SPK Saint Peter School

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SPK Saint Peter School provides a holistic education based on educating the whole person, Body, Mind and Spirit. It is our strong belief that as educators we can and must make a difference in the lives of the young people within our care. We strive to develop skills in each student enabling them to make the right choices about their future. We take seriously the responsibility to develop confident, competent citizens of the 21st century in a totally inclusive environment.

Current News and Events

Congratulations SPK Saint Peter School Class of 2018 Graduates – You made it!

Congratulations SPK Saint Peter School Class of 2018 Graduates – You made it!

It is with a tremendous amount of pride and pleasure that I wish each member of the Class of 2018 congratulations. As members of our school community, this is an opportunity to reflect on your accomplishments and to prepare for future opportunities that lie ahead. Graduation is not the end of your journey, but it is a start of something new.

Revel in this moment and take the time to thank all who have been instrumental in helping you achieve this milestone. It goes without saying, don’t forget your parents when you are passing along words of appreciation to all who have been influential in your accomplishments.

I would like to impart some food for thought by Robert Kiyosaki,

“The process is testing you as well as teaching you. If you pass the test and learn the lessons, you get to go on to you next process. If you fail a test and quit rather than retake the test, then the process spits you out.”

Being someone who knows how to make a million dollars is infinitely better than simply having the money. Being diligently prepare and resource yourself with the skill to get 100 points in exam is absolutely better than simply getting the mark. Yet this isn’t how most people see value. Most people perceive all the value to be in the result, not the process. Enjoy your next journey and make every step worth to learn!

With love,

Endaryati Rahayu, S.Si
SPK Principal (Secondary)

Retreat 2018(Year 5 & 6) – SPK saint Peter’s School

Retreat 2018(Year 7 & 8) – SPK saint Peter’s School

Entrepreneurship Day 2018 – SPK Saint Peter’s School

Mini Olympics 2017 – SPK Saint Peter’s School

Graduation Video SPK Saint Peter’s School 2016-2017

SPK Saint Peter’s School- Graduates 2016-2017

SPK Saint Peter’s School- Year 10 Graduates 2016-2017

SPK Saint Peter’s School- Year 6 Graduates 2016-2017

SPK Saint Peter School-Year End Production(Sound Of Music)

SPK Saint Peter School- ICT Movie Project

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SPK Saint Peter School – Easter Giveaway


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UPDATE per 6th April 2017
  • Cash : 7 millions
  • Stationaries : 1 box
  • Clothes : 4 boxes
  • Dolls : 1 box
  • Bags : 1 box
  • Goody bags : 30 pax
  • Easter Giveaway

    SPK Saint Peter School Go Live!

    (Students involved in Production of TV Program Youth Chat to be aired in Indovision Life Channel)

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    Located near Bogor Presidential Palace and occupying an old building, not everyone knows that the Yayasan Bina Harapan building is part of Bogor’s Heritage. Different from heritage, there is no official record of it. Some may have heard that this building used to be a library or a soldiers’ dormitory during the Dutch colonial period. Panti Asuhan Bina Harapan is now managed by GPIB Zebaoth Bogor and has 28 children. They are all students. Most of them go to private schools in Bogor, such as BPK Penabur or Budi Mulia. Even though they come from an orphanage, they receive no special treatment or any discount for their school tuition fee.

    The children of Panti Asuhan Bina Harapan come from various backgrounds. Not all of them don’t have parents. Many of them still have their parents, but cannot be provided a decent life.



    The children of Panti Asuhan Bina Harapan have a strict schedule in their daily life. They must go to school in the morning and in the afternoon, they have to study and carry out their daily responsibilities, such as cleaning their rooms and washing the dishes. They also have to carry out daily devotions before they sleep.

    There are eight people who help the children of Panti Asuhan Bina Harapan in their daily activities. They serve the children patiently and have already served there for many years. They now see the children as their own.

    Panti Asuhan Bina Harapan’s financial needs are now mostly supported by their alumni. Since most of their previous residents have become successful, they like to give back. Their daily needs are also being supported by donations. On this occasion, SPK Saint Peter Community Service; an extracurricular activity focusing on developing students’ social awareness, would like to ask for your participation in helping Panti Asuhan Bina Harapan. While what we can do is not so much, at least we can reduce their burden and can share love among others.







    SPK Saint Peter School(Yale and US Model United Nation Conference-Singapore 2017)

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    IGCSE Examination Result: SPK Saint Peter School


    IGCSE Result: 1A 4B

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    IGCSE Result: 2A 2B

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    IGCSE Result: 3A 3B

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    IGCSE Result: 3A 1B

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    IGCSE Result: 3A* 2A

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    ICE Certificate: Merit:



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    SPK Saint Peter School Trip to United Kingdom-Cambridge 2016

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    Letter of Parent to SPK Saint Peter, June 16 2016


    Original Letter of Parent

    Time flies so fast, 4 years together with big families of St. Peter.

    It was a pleasure seeing my 2 sons, Dennis and Kevin developing and progressing at St. Peter. It is heart warming to know that the school cares for children, puts in effort to introduce more subjects enhance the children skill and development through its curriculum.

    The teachers have also shown great teamwork. Dennis and Kevin and we parent are glad to experienced such great spirit at St. Peter.

    Keep up the good work and we appreciate all your hardwork. We are sure my sons will miss his friends and teachers at St. Peter.


    Kevin and His Parents

    National University of Singapore, from 21-24 January 2016

    SPK Saint Peter Singapore Trip (2nd Yale NUS MUN Conference 2016)


    Vania Nirmala Tjan

    I had a trip to Singapore. I participated a conference as an observer. I went there with my friends and teacher. Our flight was on 21st January with Jet Star Airlines. I had so much fun during 5 days there. We lived at Pacific Mansion Apartment. During the 1st day, we arrived at Changi International Airport and directly went to the apartment. Since we had a free time, we planned to go to the Vivo City and Marina Bay Sands by MRT. That’s the tired day for me because my legs were all in pain. Not only mine, but theirs too. So, we decided to go back to the apartment.

    On 22nd January, we went to the Yale-NUS College to attend the opening ceremony of the Asia Pacific Model United Nations 2016 for the 1st time. The opening ceremony was held by Mr. Bilahari Kausikan for the Guest-of-Honor. He was the AMBASSADOR-AT LARGE & ADVISOR TO THE SINGAPORE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS. The opening ceremony of the Panel Speakers was held by Mr. Rodman Bundy as the Partner, Eversheds International. After we heard their speech, we had our dinner at the University Cultural Centre and from the university, they prepared bus to send all of the participants to the Yale-NUS College to begin our committee session.

    In this conference, there were 14 committees.
    1. World Health Organisation (WHO)
    2. Disarmament and International Security Committee (DISEC)
    3. Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Committee (SOCHUM)
    4. Special Political and Decolonization Committee (SPECPOL)
    5. High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF)
    6. African Union (AU)
    7. Arab League (AL)
    8. European Union (EU)
    9. United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP)
    10. United Nations Security Council (UNSC)
    11. Historical United Nations Security Council (HUNSC)
    12. International Court of Justice (ICJ)
    13. Press Corps
    14. Historical Crisis Committee


    In session 1 and 6, I chose World Health Organisation (WHO). WHO was located in the Blackbox Theatre of the West Core of the Yale-NUS. It was talking about Immunization. One of the delegates from China told me that she/he wants to ensure vaccines are available. The delegate from Lithuania introduced the friendly amendment that by not selling vaccines at the subsidized price and instead abuse sell prices of such vaccines for personal gain. Moreover, the delegates from Israel and Afghanistan introduces the friendly amendment that encourages member states to invest in increasing the pool of available vaccines in the marl cetin order to prevent monopolization of vaccines in low demand through means such as but not limited.


    In session 2 and 3, I was chosen to go to the High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF) with Jesselyn by Ms. Ruth. HLPF was located in the TAN CHIN TUAN Theatre of the Elm College. It was talking about Food Security for International Food Trade. The delegate of Mexico chose to save food to prevent famine. The delegate of Indonesia chose to export their supply to another countries. The delegate of United States of America believed that high quality for food in health is importance. The delegate of Kuwait believed that strongly encourages Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) by developed countries in developing countries. The delegate of Brunei believed that Local NGos could act as an intermediary between developed countries and/or their firms and the farmers in LEDCs. The delegate of Venezuela believed that the elimination of bureaucratic (relating to a system of government in which most of the important decisions are taken by state officials rather than by elected representatives) procedures in applying for permits or licenses. The delegate of China believed that the practice of smallholder agriculture.


    In session 4, I went to the Arab League (AL). AL was located in the Classroom 17 of the East Core of the Yale-NUS. 23 delegates were there. They represented Iraq, Yemen, UAE, Tunisia, Sudan, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Somalia, Jordan, Mauritania, Libya, Lebanon, Kuwait, Saudi Arabian, Brazil, Algeria, Bahram, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, and Eritrea. In AL, they were talking about Sustainable Economic Development in the Arab World. The delegate of Kuwait introduced the unfriendly amendment which means that amendments are changes to a draft resolution that have NOT been agreed on by all Sponsors of said Draft Resolution. Kuwait’s unfriendly amendment was that to urge the joint Arab League Military Force to collaborate newly formed Yemeni government to undertake.


    In session 5 and 7, I was chosen to go to the Special Political and Decolonization Committee (SPECPOL). SPECPOL was located in the Performance Hall in the West Core of the Yale-NUS. It was talking about the Rights of Indigenous People. There were 61 of 73 delegates there. The delegate of Rwanda believed that there are many people that homeless or landless. Subsidies were given to small groups by government. The delegate of Thailand believed that most of the minor people need help from the government or other people. The delegate of France believed that because of colonization, most of the indigenous people are in danger situation. The delegate of Germany believed to educate indigenous people and to solve discrimination that means the ability to judge what is of high quality, good judgment or taste. The delegate of Libyan believed that for indigenous people, traditional culture is unfair. The delegate of Ireland supported the indigenous people. The Mexico believed that the indigenous people are in poverty. The delegate of Myanmar believed that indigenous people got abused. The delegate of Denmark believed that indigenous people couldn’t vote. The delegate of Bolivia helped a lot of indigenous people.


    On 24th January, the last day of the conference, we had been treated to a tour of the Flower Dome at Garden by the Bay by the MUN to celebrate the end of the conference. The closing ceremony was held by Dr. Vivian Balakrishnan. He was the Singapore Minister for Foreign Affairs. Also, Prof. Chin-Hao Huang held the closing conference. He was the Assistant Professor of Political Science at Yale-NUS College. The next day, we went back to Jakarta by Jet-Star Airlines. So, that was a very incredible trip.

    The Official SPK Saint Peter’s Newsletter/Magazine

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    It is my privilege to welcome you to our first issue of Saint Peter’s Key; our very own school magazine. For many a year I have toyed with the idea of getting one going, allow me to give you a brief description of how this magazine has come to be.

    Back when I was a young whippersnapper, a student in secondary school, I was part of the “editorial staff”, if you will, in my school. Granted, my input was only in the sense of writing stories and providing poor attempts at drawings. I do fondly remember working with my Art teacher, who was the editor-in-chief.

    Fast forward twelve-or-so years and we find ourselves in 2015. After consulting with Miss Ruth and Mr. Myers, I was given the task of creating a school magazine for our SPK unit. I humbly accepted, and began with asking the most pertinent question: how do I begin?

    Of course, I needed to get some help. The best kind of help. Where else to look than the students themselves? I am fortunate to work together with some very creative, enthusiastic minds, as you can see in the picture. They are the ones who thought up the magazine’s name, logo, content and they selected the materials you get to read and view. Without them, this magazine would never have come to fruition, and I am proud and grateful they are my editors. One final shout out goes to my colleague and friend Mr. Will Bermudez, who significantly improved the overall design.

    This truly is a school magazine FOR the students, BY the students. So click away, take a gander, and feel welcome to present your own works to be placed here in the future.

    Geoffrey Koer

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