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.
Primary school fees at Peter Moyes Anglican Community School
Our Co-Curricular programme offers students the chance to experience skills and activities in areas that are not within curriculum subjects.
Students are encouraged to extend their learning by focusing on individual needs and interests. Our comprehensive programme offers a rich range of sporting activities, musical, dramatic, community service, recreational, outdoor pursuits and academic enrichment activities.
It is compulsory for all students from Years 3 to 9 to be enrolled in a Co-curricular activity, either in the School programme or an activity outside the School. For students in Years 10 to 12 participation is voluntary.
I Belong - Everyone Matters - Together We Achieve
To be a caring, compassionate and innovative learning community where everyone matters and all are inspired to be their best.
To be an inclusive, dynamic and future-focussed centre of excellence in teaching and learning, pastoral care, worship and service, preparing students for a changing world.
- 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