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Pastoral Care

Pastoral Care is an important element in supporting the holistic education of students provided by Peter Moyes Anglican Community School. We support the overall wellbeing of each child, helping to ensure they feel safe, secure and valued.

The strong emphasis on pastoral care is evident in all our activities and is both explicit and implicit in the planning and implementation of programmes. Emphasis is placed on the creation of a supportive atmosphere where children feel safe, valued and a sense of connectedness. This provides each student with the opportunity to grow and to fulfil their potential.

Students are encouraged to develop personal responsibility throughout their school life with numerous opportunities provided for various leadership roles at different stages of their schooling.

Students thrive at Peter Moyes Anglican Community School and develop as compassionate, courageous and contributing citizens, guided by our values of Faith, Excellence, Compassion, Respect, Responsibility and Courage, with staff as their role models.

Faith                    Living by Christian values in the service of others

Excellence          Striving to be the best you can for yourself and others

Compassion       Showing empathy, being kind and supporting others

Respect              Valuing self and others, acting with care for the world

Responsibility   Honouring your commitments, being accountable for your actions

Courage              Daring to do the right thing and embracing challenges

A strong partnership between home and school is valued. In addition to the formal opportunities for parents to come into the School, we welcome parents as partners in their child’s learning.

Pastoral care is woven through the fabric of the School. Our staff provide a high level of care and support, getting to know each student and their individual needs. Led by our Deans of Students, we have a strong and supportive pastoral care model that includes:

  • Education Assistants/Technicians
  • Class and Subject Teachers/ House Tutors
  • Chaplains
  • Counsellors
  • Heads of Department
  • Heads of Year
  • Learning Support and Academic Extension

As an Anglican school, our chaplains complement our academic programmes by providing spiritual guidance, leading our students towards a life of purpose. Peter Moyes Anglican Community School is committed to the care, safety and protection of all students from Pre-Kindergarten through to Year 12, through the prevention, identification and reporting of child abuse and neglect. The responsibility of the School extends beyond academic success to the intellectual, physical, social and emotional development of children and the provision of a caring and supportive learning environment. To this end, we recognise that it is essential that the safety, health, welfare and wellbeing of our students are safeguarded at all times when in the care of the School, our teachers, staff and volunteers.

Engagement Pathway Pre-Kindergarten to Year 6

Engagement Pathway Years 7 to 12

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