On Friday 12 May, Pulteney's first every girls' football team played their first match against Immanuel. It was a brilliant first run for our girls - their attitude, commitment and support for one another was faultless. Particular mention must go to Natasha Holmes, who kicked our first goal, and Anna Evans, who kicked the second. Such a great level of enthusiasm from all players - and the coaches as well!
What an exciting day, as we took on Pedare, St John's Grammar and Woodcroft College for the 2017 Anglican Cup! It came down to the wire but St John's secured victory by a point, and after four years at Pulteney, the Cup has a new home. Congratulations to all students who participated and made it such a great day!
On Wednesday 3 May, Pulteney's four Houses competed across an array of sports for the 2017 middle/senior Athletics Carnival. The comradery, sportsmanship and fun displayed across year groups and Houses on the day was a great testament of the Pulteney spirit! We were fortunate to have some relief from the wild and woolly weather experienced in the l...
Continuing a long tradition, Pulteney’s student leadership group and a number of staff and Board Members represented the school on Anzac Day at the Unley RSL Dawn Service. The wartime loss of the lives of a number of Pulteney Old Scholars is commemorated on memorials throughout Unley. The President of the Unley RSL sub branch, Vietnam Veteran and P...
The inaugural Languages and Culture Celebration Week was held at Pulteney in Week 11 of Term 1, the aim of which was to promote the love and importance of learning languages and the cultures. During the Celebration Week, language classes were dedicated to cultural studies, including cooking by our exchange students and senior language students, sta...