Esperance Anglican Community School is committed to safeguarding children, and all staff and volunteers are required to follow our Child Safe Policy and Procedures, and our Code of Conduct; all staff and volunteers are via checks on references, a federal police check and a Working with Children check..
Esperance Anglican Community School opened in 2008 and caters for all students, Years 7 to 12.
The core values of the School are:
- excellence in education with an Anglican foundation
- resilience and responsibility
The School achieves its mission by challenging students to attain their best in all that they undertake. The learning environment is technologically rich. A diverse co-curricular program enables students to develop a strong sense of belonging, confidence, interdependence and faith. The School is developing a reputation for providing a quality-learning environment which recognises the importance of integrating technology and digital resources throughout the School.
The School places a high emphasis on pastoral care focusing on individual care and attention for each student.
We work tirelessly to develop and maintain effective partnerships with parents and to develop a sense of community. The School plays an important role in the community with all students actively participating in a range of community service activities.