News & Events Blog

From the Headmaster: Why Christianity is important in education

Christianity has a vital role to fulfil in education. It is at the centre of our purpose and philosophy at Esperance Anglican Community School. It provides a strong and secure foundation for our school community. Our shared values bind us together. More than this though, Christianity positively influences a person’s character, guides our actions and behaviour, and maintains healthy wellbeing.

7 fun school holiday activities for the family

The school holidays are a time for relaxation and rest. Teenagers need to take time out of their busy school schedules in order to stay mentally fit. However, keeping the kids entertained for two weeks can be another story altogether. How long will it take before you hear the words, ‘I’m bored’?

We understand the pressures that parents face in keeping their children entertained and happy, without breaking the bank.

A day in the life of a boarding student

Boarding gives students from remote locations the opportunity to mix with a broader range of peers, and provides students with access to curricular and co-curricular activities that may otherwise not be available to them. It eliminates lengthy commutes for students in rural areas while providing a safe, structured environment with rules and routine.

What is the Big Picture Program?

Earlier this year we announced the launch of the Big Picture Program for Year 10 students at Esperance Anglican Community School. This innovative program has been introduced to cater to the specific needs of individual students and instil a love of learning in these young learners.

Ten survival tips for Year 12 students

Getting through Year 12 does not have to be an act of ‘survival’. Adopting some simple study techniques and being prepared can be all it takes to successfully navigate through the penultimate year of school.

As our 2017 Leavers embark on their final year of high school study, we have prepared ten survival tips for Year 12 students.