6 ways we can keep our town clean

Esperance is a beautiful town of lovely beaches, diverse wildlife and a picturesque landscape. From Lucky Bay to Frenchman’s Peak, we are lucky to live where we do, which is why it is our duty to take care and respect our environment. By working together, we have made huge strides in the past few decades toward becoming more environmentally friendly and sustainable.

5 ways to keep your child safe on the internet

5 ways to keep your child safe on the internet

The internet has grown exponentially in the past decade alone. We can now submit assessments, sign digital permission slips and take quizzes all online. Our children have grown up with the internet and may often be the ones helping us with computer problems, but that doesn’t mean they know what is and isn’t safe online.

Principal’s Welcome

Warm greetings from Esperance Anglican Community School, as we start another School year. I hope you have had a relaxing and restorative time over the summer break.

We began the Term with our staff service, held by the shore on Twilight Beach on a glorious summer’s morning, which was followed by a litter-pick of the beach and path.

Principal’s Christmas Message 2018

Principal’s Christmas Message 2018

This is a time of year when, despite the blizzard of commercialism, we pause for thought about the meaning of Christmas for us in the benign surroundings of Esperance.

The concept of stables, wise men and angels may be a bit obscure but stars and clear night skies, when the silence thrums, gives us a sense of what Edmund Sears wrote in his poem It Came Upon the Midnight Clear (and put to music as a carol by Arthur Sullivan of Gilbert and Sullivan fame). Indeed the words of this carol convey the real essence of what Christmas is about, even in the 21st Century.

Big Picture success for EACS students

Big Picture success for EACS students

Esperance Anglican Community School’s first Big Picture Programme graduates have achieved outstanding results, with a number of students offered places at university.

EACS graduates achieved impressive results overall, with a number of outstanding achievements:

100 percent of Big Picture students were accepted to university.