“In periods where there is no leadership, society stands still. Progress occurs when courageous, skilful leaders seize the opportunity to change things for the better.”
— Former US President Harry Truman

At Peter Moyes Anglican Community School, we are invested in preparing our students to thrive in the world of their future. We encourage students of all ages to be the kind of leaders that this world wants and needs. 

Leaders are effective; they have goals in mind and can reach these goals by persuading others to join them. They must also be honest, hardworking, good listeners and communicators, good decision makers, encouraging their peers, positive and responsible. They must always demonstrate the School Values and be willing to serve others. 

Leadership is a quality that all students are encouraged and supported to develop. Students from Pre-Kindy to Year 12 take on the role of leaders of their own learning. Through the curriculum and extra-curricular activities, all students are encouraged to develop the skills necessary to be a leader. This ensures that all students have the opportunity and confidence to take on leadership roles.

Why take on a Student Leadership Role at Peter Moyes Anglican Community School?

  • Learn new skills and build personal leadership capacity
  • Make a difference in our School and the wider community
  • Work with, and get to know, new people
  • Attend special functions and events
  • Special leadership training programmes and activities
  • Good for the Resume, University and TAFE applications
Leadership Roles

The Primary School leadership roles are House Captains, Music Captain, Sport Captain, Art Captain, Indonesian Captain, Library Captain, Chapel Captain, Auditorium Assistants and Playground Leaders.

The Middle School leadership roles are House Captains, House Representatives Language Ambassadors, Technology Assistants and Chapel Assistants.

The Senior School leadership roles are Head Girl and Boy, Deputy Head Girl and Boy, House Captains, Chapel Prefect, School Prefects and Peer Support Leaders.

Student Council

The Student Representative Council (SRC) is a safe, equitable and respectful forum for students to actively participate in decision making at School on the decisions which shape their learning and wider educational experiences. Student leaders from Years 6 – 12 represent the wider student body from PK-12, meeting twice termly, to voice their opinions and enhance student agency.