Peter Moyes Anglican Community School is a low fee, co-educational day school offering up to 14 years of uninterrupted learning on one campus. Whole school planning provides the advantage of a seamless education from Kindergarten to Year 12 level where students are supported and encouraged by a strong pastoral care system. Academic achievement is valued and promoted within the school while student progress is carefully monitored as they are encouraged to achieve personal excellence.
The School opened in February 2000 with a population of 246 students from Kindergarten to Year 8. It is situated on a magnificent, elevated, 12.5 Hectare site in Mindarie, a northern coastal suburb of Perth, Western Australia. Panoramic views of the Indian Ocean and the local neighbourhood attract appreciative comments from visitors to the campus. The School is named after Mr Peter Moyes who was instrumental in the establishment of the Anglican Schools’ Commission after retiring as Headmaster of Christ Church Grammar School, a position he held with distinction for 31 years. His influence, vision and outstanding ability resulted in him being recognised as a leading educator of his time.
Peter Moyes Anglican Community School offers a quality, holistic education presenting opportunities across a wide range of student interests and abilities. The school does not specialise in any one aspect of the curriculum but aims to provide high quality programmes and resources across all subjects. Teaching and mentoring is provided by highly professional staff in an environment where Christian values are in evidence and guide our practice.
“Personal excellence with compassion for others” is a statement which exemplifies an important aspect of the school’s focus"