Vision & Philosophy


Peter Carnley Anglican Community School is a school of The Anglican Schools Commission (Inc). It opened in Term 1, 2007 on a greenfields site in The Village at Wellard within the City of Kwinana. The School caters for students from Pre Kindergarten through to Year 12. Peter Carnley Anglican Community School seeks to provide excellence in education, stressing high academic standards and the development of individual potential in a dynamic, caring and Christian environment.


To challenge and inspire every member of our School community and to raise awareness of those who live in need beyond our gates.



  • Respect our Anglican tradition and offer an accessible, diverse and inclusive education
  • Understand that the welfare of our community is a priority that underpins all we do
  • Provide a caring and supportive environment for our students
  • Be identified by our Christian beliefs, high standards and compassion for one another
  • Encourage creative thinking and inquiring learners with a strong work ethic
  • Foster and value academic achievement
  • Present curriculum and co curricular programmes that demand exploration, creativity and the development of self-confidence
  • Be committed to individual personal bests.

Peter Carnley Anglican Community School students are given an education to prepare them to become contributing and successful members and future leaders of that community. The School aims to nurture each child so he or she is able to accept responsibility, demonstrate commitment and initiative and be self-disciplined whilst showing sensitivity to the needs of others.

The School aims to stimulate students' intellectual curiosity; increase the capacity to tackle and solve problems; think creatively and logically and have the ability to work with others.

Students receive a Christian education and are encouraged to use it as a basis for living. The School expects students to show the highest possible standards of courtesy, dress and behaviour.

Anglican Schools Ethos Statement