Mrs Pike

Mrs Pike gained her Diploma of Teaching in Adelaide and taught for some years at Education Department schools in South Australia. After a break from education to raise her children, she started at Rehoboth’s Yangebup Campus as an Education Assistant and then as an Early Childhood teacher. She moved to the Wilson Campus in 2002 as an Education Assistant in Kindy, after the closure of the Yangebup.

Mrs Pike became the Pre-Primary teacher at Kenwick when the Primary School was started at the Kenwick Campus. She has appointed as Head of Primary at Kenwick in 2010, and since 2016 has been serving as Principal at the Wilson Campus.

Mrs Pike is passionate about student learning and ensuring that children discover the gifts that God has given them to use for His glory.

Articles by Mrs Pike


Being Intentional about Missions: Run4Bibles 2019

Over the last year we have become more intentional in the way we 'do' Missions.

I had the pleasure of attending a meeting with both the Year 12 Mission Team leaders and the Year 6 teams from both campuses. Mr Hunter explained that, while many organisations still operating today started off with sharing the Gospel, over the years this focus has been lost. These organisations often continue to do good works but arguably no longer have God at the centre.

As our students discussed what ‘Mission’ means to them, we learnt that it is about accomplishing…

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Edu-Dance 2019 Enhanced with a New Venue

Over the last year we have become more intentional in the way we 'do' Missions.

I had the pleasure of attending a meeting with both the Year 12 Mission Team leaders and the Year 6 teams from both campuses. Mr Hunter explained that, while many organisations still operating today started off with sharing the Gospel, over the years this focus has been lost. These organisations often continue to do good works but arguably no longer have God at the centre.

As our students discussed what ‘Mission’ means to them, we learnt that it is about accomplishing…

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A Cause for Celebration: Wilson Gym Opening with Colin Buchanan

Over the last year we have become more intentional in the way we 'do' Missions.

I had the pleasure of attending a meeting with both the Year 12 Mission Team leaders and the Year 6 teams from both campuses. Mr Hunter explained that, while many organisations still operating today started off with sharing the Gospel, over the years this focus has been lost. These organisations often continue to do good works but arguably no longer have God at the centre.

As our students discussed what ‘Mission’ means to them, we learnt that it is about accomplishing…

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Splashing About: Year 3-6 Swimming Lessons

Over the last year we have become more intentional in the way we 'do' Missions.

I had the pleasure of attending a meeting with both the Year 12 Mission Team leaders and the Year 6 teams from both campuses. Mr Hunter explained that, while many organisations still operating today started off with sharing the Gospel, over the years this focus has been lost. These organisations often continue to do good works but arguably no longer have God at the centre.

As our students discussed what ‘Mission’ means to them, we learnt that it is about accomplishing…

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Unwrapping Your Child’s Gifts

Over the last year we have become more intentional in the way we 'do' Missions.

I had the pleasure of attending a meeting with both the Year 12 Mission Team leaders and the Year 6 teams from both campuses. Mr Hunter explained that, while many organisations still operating today started off with sharing the Gospel, over the years this focus has been lost. These organisations often continue to do good works but arguably no longer have God at the centre.

As our students discussed what ‘Mission’ means to them, we learnt that it is about accomplishing…

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School Reports: What Is It That You Value?

Over the last year we have become more intentional in the way we 'do' Missions.

I had the pleasure of attending a meeting with both the Year 12 Mission Team leaders and the Year 6 teams from both campuses. Mr Hunter explained that, while many organisations still operating today started off with sharing the Gospel, over the years this focus has been lost. These organisations often continue to do good works but arguably no longer have God at the centre.

As our students discussed what ‘Mission’ means to them, we learnt that it is about accomplishing…

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Celebrating our Grandparents

Over the last year we have become more intentional in the way we 'do' Missions.

I had the pleasure of attending a meeting with both the Year 12 Mission Team leaders and the Year 6 teams from both campuses. Mr Hunter explained that, while many organisations still operating today started off with sharing the Gospel, over the years this focus has been lost. These organisations often continue to do good works but arguably no longer have God at the centre.

As our students discussed what ‘Mission’ means to them, we learnt that it is about accomplishing…

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Christian Character and Worldview: When is the Right Time for My Kids?

Over the last year we have become more intentional in the way we 'do' Missions.

I had the pleasure of attending a meeting with both the Year 12 Mission Team leaders and the Year 6 teams from both campuses. Mr Hunter explained that, while many organisations still operating today started off with sharing the Gospel, over the years this focus has been lost. These organisations often continue to do good works but arguably no longer have God at the centre.

As our students discussed what ‘Mission’ means to them, we learnt that it is about accomplishing…

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Grandparents Assembly: Celebrating our Families

Over the last year we have become more intentional in the way we 'do' Missions.

I had the pleasure of attending a meeting with both the Year 12 Mission Team leaders and the Year 6 teams from both campuses. Mr Hunter explained that, while many organisations still operating today started off with sharing the Gospel, over the years this focus has been lost. These organisations often continue to do good works but arguably no longer have God at the centre.

As our students discussed what ‘Mission’ means to them, we learnt that it is about accomplishing…

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