The Quinns Baptist College, a co-educational College, was established in 1996 to provide a high standard of education in the expanding northern coastal suburbs.
The Primary School caters for Kindergarten to Year 7, and the Secondary School offers Year 8 through to Year 12.
The Quinns Baptist College is associated with the Quinns Community Baptist Church and the Baptist Family of Churches of Western Australia, a community of 100 churches and 11 schools.
Quinns Baptist College welcomes families from different faiths, including those with no church affiliation. Although it is not necessary to be a member of a church to enroll, all parents and students must be willing to support the Christian ethos of the College.
Peter Moyes Anglican Community School is a low fee, co-educational day school offering up to 14 years of uninterrupted learning on one campus. Whole school planning provides the advantage of a seamless education from Kindergarten to Year 12 level where students are supported and encouraged by a strong pastoral care system. Academic achievement is valued and promoted within the school while student progress is carefully monitored as they are encouraged to achieve personal excellence.
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 (please insert link to Sub Menu: Peter Morton 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.
Peter Moyes Anglican Community School offers a quality, holistic education presenting opportunities across a wide range of student interests and abilities. The school does not specialise in any one aspect of the curriculum but aims to provide high quality programmes and resources across all subjects. Teaching and mentoring is provided by highly professional staff in an environment where Christian values are in evidence and guide our practice.
“Personal excellence with compassion for others” is a statement which exemplifies an important aspect of the school’s focus"
Brighton Catholic Primary School is a Catholic primary school with a strong individual, family and parish focus. The school has an effective pastoral care programme. A strong academic focus is a key element.
The school also achieves well in the performing arts. Students have the opportunity to take part in school sport as well as regionally based lightning carnivals. The school also has specialist teachers in the areas of library, health, music and Italian.
Brighton Catholic Primary School aspires to be a community where each individual is respected as a uniquely gifted creation of God, and where all are encouraged to grow in faith, love, knowledge and service to others in the light of the Gospels.
St Andrew's Catholic Primary School offers an education that acknowledges, respects and nurtures the uniqueness of each person. We provide focused teaching in literacy and numeracy to students from diverse backgrounds.
Specialist teachers provide Indonesian, physical education, library, music and computing, using our well equipped facilities. A new arts-focused school hall will be completed in 2010. Our specialist classes include gifted and talented, integrated arts, Reading Recovery, and an instrumental program.
St Andrews also operates early intervention programs for students at risk - academically, developmentally or socially. Within a framework of Catholic values and teamwork, the students are challenged and supported to recognise their gifts and develop their potential as they learn and contribute to their community.
We are involved in interschool athletics, swimming and cross country competitions. All children are encouraged to participate. Band, choir and a chess club are also available. Our school community is very active and supportive, and has close links with St Andrew's Parish. We operate a 3-year old playgroup, and Out of School Hours Care.
In 2013 the College endeavours to provide quality academic programs within a Christian ethos, for children in Kindergarten to Year 10.
Once Primary students reach Year 7, they progress to the Secondary School, situated on the same site. The Secondary School will cater for Years 7 to 12 by 2015.
The College is associated with the Baptist Family Churches of Western Australia, a community of over 100 churches and 12 schools.
The College offers:
Alkimos Baptist College's aim for all students:
A safe, caring, positive and respectful environment.High quality professional teaching staff that have a deep commitment to excellence in education and the Christian faith.Innovative academic and pastoral care programs. A firm, fair and supportive behaviour management system. Neat and attractive school uniforms.Regular and clear communication about school procedures, policies, events and academic results.
Opportunities for parents to be involved in the life of the school.A professional and experienced school board, dedicated to the establishment and growth of schools with a strong Christian ethos and excellence in education.
Within this framework we seek to be a community which ensures students have the best opportunities to achieve their full academic, emotional, physical and social potential, through the provision of a caring and educationally stimulating environment, within a Christian framework.