Term 2 Week 2 | 24 April 2024
College News

College RAP Plan

A RAP Plan, or Reconciliation Action Plan, is a formal commitment to reconciliation.  It is a strategic document for schools, (as well as businesses and other organisations), documenting how a school will strengthen relationships, respect and opportunities in the classroom, around the school and within the community.  Currently, more than 1,800 schools and early learning services have a RAP plan in place, with another 10,000 (including us) currently developing their RAP plans.

Currently, our Kindy, OSHC and College are all in current stages of developing their RAP plans and wanting to progress them further this term.  Part of that process involves us creating a statement envisioning what reconciliation means to Prince of Peace.  Once we have arrived at this point, further planning is then done for the College to put in place various actions focused on relationships, respect and opportunities.

Our RAP vision statement and then our RAP plan are developed by a volunteer working group and with consultation and contributions from the wider community.  The working group are currently looking for any members of our community who would either like to express interest in contributing or consulting on the vision statement, or perhaps being part of the working group.  If you would like to find out more about this opportunity, or would simply like to express your interest in participating, we would love to hear from you.  Please direct message Mrs Karen Osborne at the College.

ANZAC Day Services

Thank you to all those staff, students and families who have been involved in the ANZAC services over the past few days at the College.  We have been very blessed to have had Mr Keith Smith, at 101 years old, attend one of our services, with his great granddaughter Emily telling his story to both campuses.  Our student choir Vocalese, overseen by Mrs Linda Brady, were just delightful to listen to, as was the entire Junior Campus singing along with Mr Ben Reason this morning.  It was great to have so many parents and family in attendance at these services also, thank you to those who came along to support students and friends.

Defence School Mentor

With ANZAC day making a nice segue, we welcome our new DSM, Mr Jarrod Murfett, who has just begun with us at the beginning of this term, replacing Ally Butler in that role in order to expand the time available to her counselling position.  For all those families that are connected to the forces in any way, the DSM role is one that exists within schools to help connect students and their families to one another and the school community.  From making students feel welcome and connected as they arrive, to assisting with the monitoring of students’ social and emotional wellbeing and providing advocacy support for them as required, or just helping defence students connect with others of similar background, the role is there to support and assist defence families at the College.

Official Multipurpose Building/Auditorium Opening – Middle & Senior Campus

Just a reminder to all that in the next few weeks we will holding our Official Opening of the new Auditorium Multipurpose building, as part of receiving grant monies from the State Government to assist us in the build of this project.  Representatives of the Minister for Education, Executive Director of LEQ and the Bishop’s office will be part of opening and dedicating the building, on Tuesday 14 May 2024 at 8.45am.

Every blessing for the week ahead.

Simon Hughes
Head of College

Only two weeks to go until PoP Walks our Way again!

Here’s our chance to make a difference again! Australian Lutheran World Services is using this year’s Walk My Way to raise funds for families in Ukraine. Every step we take will be a reminder of the thousands of innocent people displaced by the conflict… and every dollar we raise will make a practical difference for children and families facing this tragedy.

    Join us and walk 3km or 12.5km… the choice is yours. Either way you won’t be alone. We’re joining hundreds of other walkers to send a message of peace and support from the heart of Brisbane to the hearts of the Ukrainian people.
    Register, sponsor or donate via our website here »
  2. Dress 4 Ukraine – MAY 10
    On Friday 10 May, all PoP students are invited  to wear blue or yellow (or both) to school to show we have not forgotten the people of Ukraine. Gold coin donations, or more, are welcome from each student wearing free dress.

How your fundraising donation will help

Walk Your Way Ukraine funds will be used to help real people needing practical solutions:

  • Building bomb shelters for schools
    One of the best ways to help children recover from trauma is school. They can learn. Have routine. See a better future. By building bomb shelters in the basements of schools in Ukraine, we help children like Alina feel safe at school so they can return to school and continue their studies.
  • Renovating 15000 apartments in Kharkiv
    Many grandparents like Nataliia fled with their children and grandchildren after the bombs exploded near their home in Ukraine. While many of these families are now receiving care in Poland now, their dream is to return home. Your donations will contribute to the renovation of 1500 apartments in Kharkiv so families can go home with dignity, and be safe from the winter cold.
  • Recovering from trauma through Art Therapy

Art Therapy enables children to express their feelings and have fun, helping them recover from the trauma they have suffered. Your donations help children like Nadia to access Art Therapy whilst living away from home.

P&F Mother’s Day Stall

One of the highlights of our school calendar is our P&F Mother’s Day Stall (and, of course, our Father’s Day Stall). Our students love the experience of shopping, always cherishing the opportunity to buy something ‘just right’ for the special person in their lives that constantly provides for them. For our littlest students it can often be their first experience independently (ish) shopping. So we want to make it enjoyable, supportive and inviting.

To ensure we can keep delivering this opportunity to our students, we need your help.

Baking Volunteers

If you can cook an amazing slice, some lovely cookies and/or yummy lollies, then we would love to hear from you. We are keen to sell homemade goodies on the stalls. Helping is easy. You simply need to bake your items and then individually package them into saleable items. Please ensure each packet has an ingredients label on it and there are no nuts in your donation. It is important that we keep our community safe.

The best foods to bake and donate are those with a longer shelf life such as cookies, slices and lollies.

Junior Campus Bakers – donations need to be delivered to the JC Reception by 8:30am on Thursday 9 May.

Middle & Senior Campus Bakers – donations need to be delivered to the MSC Reception by 8:30am on Thursday 2 May.

Stall Volunteers

Not a baker but have some time on your hands? Then we would love to hear from you. We are looking for volunteers to fill a number of roles, including setting up, selling and packing up.

Junior Campus Volunteers

Volunteers are needed to:

  • Set Up on Tuesday 7 May from 8:30am – 10:30am
  • Assist with sales on 9 May (8:30am – 10:50am, 11:40am – 1:10pm or 1:45pm – 2:55pm)
  • Assist with sales on 10 May  from 8:30am – 11:40am
  • Pack Up on 10 May from 11:40am  onwards

Middle & Senior Campus Volunteers

Volunteers are needed to:

  • Set Up (8:30am -10:00am)
  • Assist with sales (10:00am-10:20am & 12:40pm-1:20pm), and
  • Pack up (1:20pm-2:30pm)


Junior Campus volunteers can contact Rebecca Hitchenson on 0418 193 030.

Middle & Senior Campus volunteers can contact Andrea Rhind on 0412 597 644.

Winter Carnival News

Donation Drive for Winter Carnival Stalls

The Winter Carnival will be a success due to the cumulative effort of all staff, parents, students and our Church.

One way we can all help is through donations of food and drinks to assist with the Bake and Sweet Stall, Class Stalls and our Drink Stall. It will truly be a case of ‘the more, the better’!

Donations commence this week.

Donation Drive Schedule

Win a Ride Band Ticket valued at $50

If you donate an item during the Donation Drive, you will automatically be placed in a draw for a Ride Band Ticket valued at $50 ($40 pre-sale). Five lucky runner ups will receive a Show Bag of their choice.

Delivering your donations

Junior Campus students – Please take your donation to your classroom.

Middle & Senior Campus students – Please take your donation to Reception.

For further information, or to volunteer your time in any capacity, please contact Donna Cook at dcook@princeofpeace.qld.edu.au.

Donna Cook
2024 Winter Carnival Coordinator
Ph: 3872 5710   |   

Meet our Winter Carnival Partners

Dream Financing – Finance Brokers and Accountants

Whether you’re looking for a new loan, a better loan, accounting advice, or seeking finance for a company vehicle, a personal car, or commercial machinery….whatever it is, Dream Financing can help. With over 30 years industry experience, our experienced staff, together with our extensive list of lender contacts, can help you secure the best loan for your family or your business.

No matter your circumstances, Dream Financing has the expertise, know-how, and industry contacts to find the best deal that works for you. Dream Financing has been helping Brisbane investors and business owners secure the best mortgage deal for their commercial property loan needs since 2002 in the following areas:

  • Home Loans
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  • Investor Property Loans
  • Equipment Loans for the Self-Employed
  • Car Loans for the Self Employed
  • Cashflow Finance for the Self Employed
  • Refinancing
  • American Truck Finance

Visit our website for further information.

Montville Sky Suites

With captivating views of the Blackall Range to the Coast – Montville Sky Suites combines luxury and style in accommodation. Situated 88 kms from Brisbane or 55 kms from Noosa, Montville is the creative heart of the hinterland.

Exuding its unique romantic charm this quaint village is home to art galleries, boutique shopping and its own distinctive coffee culture.

Montville Sky Suites provides the perfect base while you take in the natural beauty, serenity and crisp mountain air.

Whether it’s a romantic escape or just time out to relax and unwind while enjoying the breathtaking views on offer we have accommodation options to suit. All within a stroll from the heart of Montville village itself!

Choose the Luxurious Spa Suite for that special romantic getaway and enjoy your own spa on a fully enclosed balcony.

Alternatively, choose the Panorama Suite combining a Luxury 2-Bed Suite with Kitchenette. Ideal for couples, multiple parties or a family getaway.

Both offer premium top-floor positions, eco-friendly fireplaces and stunning views to the ocean. For further information, visit montvilleskysuites.com.au.

Junior Campus News

Term 2 – It’s going to be Action Packed!

There is something special about coming back to school at the start of term; the excitement of seeing each other again, the buzz of holiday conversations and the opportunity for new learning. I’ve heard some great holiday adventure stories that just make me smile. I hope that you had opportunity to spend time together, make memories and relax over the holiday period.

We Will Remember Them

Today – Wednesday, the students of the Junior Campus gathered to remember and recognise the service of the men and women of our Defence Forces.  These moments hold a special place in the life of the College and this year Chappy Reilly, Mr Reason along with students from the Middle and Senior Campus and other staff contributed to organising this special service.

On Thursday, some of our students and staff will join the hundreds who usually gather at the Gaythorne RSL ANZAC Service to pay their respects.

In the lead up to Anzac Day, our staff readily accept the opportunity to help students learn and understand the importance and significance of this day. The service of the men and women of our Defence Forces is something we will forever remember and be grateful for.

Lest we forget.

Real-World Problems – Hands on Learning!

Our staff are passionate about bringing learning to life and I wanted to share just two examples that have occurred in the first weeks of Term 2.

When the flooding occurred last term, our Year 3 students moved classrooms and lost access to a garden that they diligently cared for. Caring for and working in a garden can be a happy place for many people and posed a real-world challenge.

How can we make a garden near our classrooms now?

One student wrote to Mrs Schmidt, Mr Moyle from the Facilities Team as well as Bunnings, about this problem – knowing that someone would help and have a solution. Dreams of vertical gardens and pot plants have started to come to fruition as we tackled this problem. We are so grateful to Ren, from Bunnings, who has visited a couple of times to understand the problem, pose solutions and be of help. I can’t wait to see how this problem is solved.

While there is a fair bit of problem solving in Year 3, the Year 5 group had a “hands on experience” of a different kind. Wildlife Warriors visited to the College to share about how Australian animals adapt to their environments. This incursion launched their next science unit and sparked a range of questions relating to how animals adapt to their environments.

As learning continues to spark curiosity and engagement, we have also enthusiastically embarked on a number of other events to build powerful partnerships and community.

  • Parent Teacher Student Conversations Year 2 to Year 6
  • Parent Teacher Conversations in Prep to Year 1
  • Cupcakes for Ukraine as part of the Walk My Way initiative
  • NISSA Gala Day practices
  • The start of Year 6 Leadership Groups
  • ANZAC service

And just in case you missed it.. Celebrating Moments with Mum  will be here before we know it.  Just for fun, I used Chat GTP to spice up the information – enjoy the read and I look forward to seeing you all in and around the campus.

Thank you PoP community for all you do.

Anne-Marie Schmidt
Head of Campus – Junior

Celebrating Moments with Mums

Honouring the special women in our lives!

Get ready to celebrate the incredible women in our lives because something special is brewing at Junior Campus for all families Kindy to Year 6.  On Wednesday, May 8th, from 7:45 AM to 9:15 AM, we’re rolling out the red carpet for our cherished mums and special women!

What’s in Store?
From 7:45 AM, pick up your pre-ordered breakfast tickets and join us in The Shed to fuel up and bond with your little ones.

Dive into delightful conversations, sip on a cup of barista coffee, and indulge in fresh fruit and croissants with all the fixings. Plus, each child gets their own fruit juice box to keep the energy high!

Can’t make it for the breakfast? 
After 8:30 AM, head to your child’s classroom or up to the Kindy for a heartwarming surprise.

Prepare to be showered with love and reminded of your incredible worth by those who know you best – your children and our dedicated staff!

Breakfast Ticket Information
Secure your spot at this heartwarming event by purchasing your breakfast tickets online before Monday, April 29th.

$20 Breakfast Ticket for 1 adult and child/children includes:

  • 1 x Barista Coffee
  • Fruit & Croissants with condiments for 1 x adult and child/children
  • Fruit Juice box for each child.

Additional Adults $10 each

So, mark your calendars, set your alarms, and get ready for a morning of celebration, connection, and reminders of just how amazing you truly are!

Welcome back to Term 2!

Hello to our wonderful school community,

Welcome back to Term 2! We trust that you all enjoyed a relaxing and refreshing Easter break. The signs of change of season are amongst us as the mornings get a little cooler and the evenings approach a little quicker.

We have a very busy term ahead, with exciting events and activities on the horizon and look forward to joining together in community and sharing our wonderful growth and learning.

This Term, we welcome our Prep students to Assembly and Chapel. As they grow in our community, we are so proud of the way they have shown the 4R’s and settled into school life. Our first Assembly will be in Week 3 for our Prep to Year 3 students, and we welcome parents to attend. Our Assemblies are held in the Chapel at 1:50pm. We look forward to seeing you there.

We were so proud of the children during the Junior Campus ANZAC Day service this morning, showing quiet respect for the occasion by listening attentively, laying wreaths and singing enthusiastically.

Thanks to our Student Captains who led the service with such poise, and to our Senior Campus guests and other visitors who shared the morning with us.

Buddy Bench

Last Term, one of our Year 6 students Clara Shulz arranged a meeting with the President of the Arana Leagues Club to request funding for a Buddy Bench to be placed on our Junior Campus. She crafted a proposal and delivered her impassioned speech to the President. After careful consideration of the proposal, Arana Leagues Club generously offered to donate a Buddy Bench to our JC community. We are very grateful for their kind contribution and look forward to having the Buddy Bench operational by next semester.

In the meantime, Clara and some of her peers are working in consultation with our facilities team and student body to decide on the best location for the bench. We are also continuing to work on educating our students about the importance of building and maintaining relationships. We know that developing positive and respectful relationships is an important part of a student’s emotional and social development.

Lost Property

Our lost Property bin at the Green Room is overflowing!  Please pop in and check the bin for those missing hats, jumpers, water bottles etc.

The Resilience Project (TRP) Parent Hub

As you are aware, we will be working closely with The Resilience Project this year to support the wellbeing of our school community. The Resilience Project delivers emotionally engaging programs and provides evidence-based, practical strategies to build resilience.

Our Partnership Program consists of online presentations and weekly lessons for students, professional development for staff, and Parent & Carer Hub (inc. digital presentations) for our parent and carer community.

Over the coming weeks, we’ll be sharing the Parent & Carer Hub with you. The videos are 5-10 minutes long and will walk through the key pillars of resilience: Gratitude, Empathy & Mindfulness. You’ll hear stories and be introduced to activities to show how these strategies can support our kids’ learning and development, and also support you as parents and carers.

This program is an important part of our school’s effort to look after the mental health of our community. View the first presentation of the series here »

Part 1: Meet Hugh and learn about The Resilience Project

In this presentation, Hugh shares a personal experience about his sister’s battles with Mental Illness.

Note: This video contains a story about an eating disorder that may be triggering. Please consider this before watching. For mental health resources and support information, visit The Resilience Project’s Support Page.

We will be in touch fortnightly to share the remainder of the program, including research and wellbeing activities to integrate into day-to-day life.

Proverbs 4:23 Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it. 


Coreta Lennon
Deputy Head of Campus – Junior

2024 Premier’s Reading Challenge

The Premier’s Reading Challenge is not a competition but a way to encourage students to develop a love of reading for life. Through the challenge children and students are given an opportunity to develop their appreciation of the English language, and additional languages, and are encouraged to explore and enjoy a wide range of literary texts.

Children and students can participate in the challenge within their school, early childhood centre or as individual readers (home-educated students, students whose schools are not participating in the program or children who are not enrolled in an early childhood centre).

Children and students who complete the challenge have their efforts recognised through the receipt of a Certificate of Achievement signed by the Premier of Queensland.

Prince of Peace will be participating in the Premier’s Reading Challenge which runs from the 7th of May until the 23rd of August. Reading record sheets will been sent out to all families via SEQTA and hard copies will be made available in classrooms to students. This is not a compulsory event but one that we encourage all students to take part in.

School and individual readers (Prep to Year 9)

For a student to successfully complete the Premier’s Reading Challenge they are required to read or experience the number of books indicated below:

  • Prep to Year 2—read or experience 20 books.
  • Years 3 to 4—read 20 books.
  • Years 5 to 9—read 15 books.

Experiencing a book includes classroom or at home activities such as shared reading, listening and reading along with a book, or being read to.

The requirement for Year 5 through to Year 9 students to read 15 books rather than 20 books acknowledges that older students are likely to select longer, more complex books that may take them longer to read.

Students are encouraged to select a range of fiction and non-fiction books suited to their reading ability. While there is no compulsory reading list for the challenge, book lists are available to help students, teachers, parents and guardians select appropriate reading material. Booklists have been developed in conjunction with the Department of Education’s Reading Centre and the Global schools through languages team (State Schools—Performance) to help students, teachers, parents and guardians select appropriate reading material. They can be found at Book lists (education.qld.gov.au).

Take up the challenge and join us for the Premier’s Reading Challenge!

Rebekah Bruyn
Learning Coach

Great photo Mr Boylan!

Middle & Senior Campus News

A time to reflect, remember and give thanks

In 1915, newspapers used the words bravery, courage, skill, and camaraderie to describe the first ANZACS and these soldiers have shaped Australia’s story and inspired many men and women to respond to the call to serve in the defence forces. On Tuesday 23 April at the Middle and Senior Campus we gathered as a community in an Anzac Day Service in memory of all the brave men and women, heroes we have lost. We have prayed for them and their families and laid wreaths to keep their stories alive in this generation.

We were privileged to have two student speakers share with us on the significance of ANZAC Day – Branden Ode and Emily Frost. Branden and Emily each have meaningful, personal connections with the Australian Defence. Branden shared his calling to become apart of the Cadets and his personal reflections on the core values of the ANZACs. Emily shared with us stories about her Great Grandfather Mr Keith Smith’s service in the second World War. Keith’s story is an inspiration to us all, one of courage, bravery, and hope, which lives on through Emily’s generation.

We also give thanks to the men and women who are serving today in the defence forces in protecting the freedoms that we have. We are thankful to the Defence families within the Prince of Peace community and pray for their safety as they fulfill their vocation of service in the world.

We were thankful as a community to collaborate with our Defence families, Cadets, Musicians, Student Leaders, Staff and Chaplain Reilly Brown to have all these voices and perspectives shared in our ANZAC Day Services on the Middle and Senior Campus.

May we live our lives inspired by the faith that the ANZACs have shown us. Lest we forget.

Years 7-12 Mother’s Day Breakfast – Thursday 9 May

We invite Mums and their Middle and Senior Campus children to celebrate Mother’s Day with those who gave you the name!

In recognition of the tireless support and guidance that Mothers provide both at home and in our community, this year we will be hosting a Year 7-12 PoP Mother’s Day Breakfast on Thursday 9 May from 7:30am – 8:30am.

We invite Mothers to join with your child/ren for a shared breakfast of yogurt, danishes, cupcakes and beverages in the Auditorium.

Cost is $10 per adult and $10 per student.  Barista made coffee will be available for purchase on the day.

For catering reasons please RSVP and pay via our website by Monday 29 April (Week 3 Term 2).

ALWS Walk my Way

We thank you for the community support of the College’s Service-Learning partnership with ALWS through Walk my Way 2024.

If you have not signed up yet, you can still join the Prince of Peace Community Team or sponsor the Team.

Click on the link to sign up or sponsor; https://www.princeofpeace.qld.edu.au/walk-my-way/

We thank you for your generous support of cupcake day this week and the funds raised from this event will go towards the Prince of Peace Community Team.

Sarah Hoff-Zweck
Head of Campus – Middle and Senior

Sports Score

Junior Campus Sport

Thank you to the Brisbane Roar Active Program for coming into PoP last week and running some sessions with our students to promote their upcoming program, catering to all levels and abilities, boys and girls aged 5 – 12 years old, with emphasis on improving players skills across various fun technical sessions and games. Details available now!

Due to the cancellation of our Cross Country Carnival last term, student nominations and time trials occurred last week. To those students who have qualified, District information for 10-12 year olds and NISSA information for 9 – 12 Year Olds will been sent home via SEQTA by the end of this week.

Any parents helpers available and interested to assist at any of these carnival dates, please contact Mrs Jessica Schneider. Your help would very much be appreciated.

Jessica Schneider
Junior Campus PE Teacher & Sport Coordinator

Middle & Senior Campus Sport

Key Dates this term

NISSA Season 1 Finals – Wednesday 8 and Thursday 9 May

NISSA Cross Country – Friday 10 May

Met North Cross Country – Tuesday 21 May

Yr 7-12 Interhouse Track and Field Carnival – Thursday 6 June

NISSA Summer Season

We are fast approaching the end of our Summer Season in NISSA for 2024. Our students are progressing well, with a number of teams looking to be in finals contention in the coming weeks. Please continue to use the website (https://playpass.com/nissa) to access draws and results. Best of luck to all teams!

NBIS Touch Football

18 Year 11 and 12 students participated in the North Brisbane Interschool Sport (NBIS) Touch Football competition last Friday at the South Pine Sports Complex. PoP entered 2 mixed teams into the competition, with PoP A securing a 4th placed finish and PoP B finishing in 8th spot. All games were really close, with most games being decided by a try or 2. It was a big effort from both teams, as we had a number of injuries throughout the day. Congratulations to our PoP B team for securing the Fair Play award. This is an award that is voted on by the students and is one that PoP has won at every NBIS event that we have attended since its inception last year. A great effort by all!

Australian Athletics Championships

Congratulations to Hannes Forbes-Schutz who competed in the Australian Athletics Championships, held in Adelaide last week. Hannes competed in the 2000m Steeplechase and came 17th, in a very competitive field. Well done Hannes!

BOSL Basketball

Our BOSL Basketball season kicked off in Week 1 of this term with our Senior Boys playing Craigslea at the South Pine Sports Complex. This competition runs throughout Term 2, with the boys making a great start to the season with a 32-25 win. Special mention must go to Riley Townsend who scored 11 points, including three 3 pointers for the match. Aidan Gardso chimed in with 10 points and Luis Mortimer had 6. We are looking forward to our next game in Week 3. Well done boys!

NISSA Cross Country

For the first time this year, we will be involved in a NISSA Cross Country Carnival at our very own Teralba Park on Friday 10th May. This event is being run by the College and will include the schools that are a part of the NISSA organisation.

The carnival will run from 8.30am-1.30pm.

Obviously with our Cross Country Carnival being rained out last term, we are asking for students to nominate themselves to be a part of this exciting event.

We are required to nominate the following numbers:
12 yr olds – 4 runners per gender
13 – Opens – 6 runners per gender

If you are interested or have any questions, please get in touch.

If you require any more information, please contact myself via SEQTA or the Senior Campus via email receptionsc@princeofpeace.qld.edu.au

Gabrielle Collman
Middle & Senior Campus Teacher – Sports Coordinator

Music and the Arts

Middle & Senior Campus Music News

Gala Celebration of Music 40th Anniversary Concert

Preparation is well under way for our first ensemble concert in over a year. This year our Gala Celebration of Music will be in May! This is always one of our best attended Concerts and this year, AND because of it being our 40th Anniversary, we have chosen an 80s Theme!

The concert will be held on Thursday 23 May 6 – 8pm. Put this date in your diary as it will be a great night out with over 100 students performing in a variety of styles and genre. All of our tutors and ensembles will be represented. Jazz, Rock, Classical, Folk, Pop… whatever your style, there will be a special performance for you! Plus you will be supporting the wonderful students who have dedicated so much time and love to the preparation of this material week after week.

Get your costumes ready too because there are prizes for the “Best Individual” and “Best Family” costume ideas.

Later in the year our music ensembles will be performing at the Winter Carnival. For this the students will be in Music Uniform. Can you please ensure that you have organised this so that there is not a rush at the start of Term 2 and you all look as good as you sound! Please note that long pants and socks are a part of the music uniform and take care that these are done correctly. When you are on stage you do not want attention drawn to anything but the wonderful music.

Special Note:

We now have the new Woodwind Tutor – Mr Thom Fletcher. If you are interested in specialty training on Saxophone, Clarinet or Flute here at Prince of Peace Middle & Senior Campus, let me know now and I will add you to his timetable. Let me know if I can help at all.

Let’s get started and make some music!

Linda Brady
Middle & Senior Campus Curriculum Leader of Music and Coordinator of Extra-Curricular Music

Church News & Notices


Sunday 28 April:

9am Worship

Sunday 7 May:

9am Worship

Please keep an eye on the Prince of Peace Church Facebook page for service updates.

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