Messenger August 2021
The August Messenger is the bumper schools edition. The pages of this month’s Messenger are filled with stories of learning, optimism, faith and hope.
Anglican Messenger August 2021 Edition
The August Messenger is the annual bumper schools edition.
The first week of August signals a new season in the Noongar Aboriginal calendar. Djilba and the signs of new life begin to show again. The life of Anglican school communities is certainly abundant, and the pages of this month’s Messenger are filled with stories of learning, optimism, faith and hope.
This month The Revd Peter Laurence OAM, Chief Executive Officer of the Anglican Schools Commission, tells of the questions parents ask as they seek a school for their children’s education.
The Esperance Anglican Community School writes of opportunities to learn from leaders in community, and Peter Carnley Anglican Community School introduces readers to their working dog named Carnley, whose role is to assist students connect socially and emotionally within the school environment.
The first week of August is Homelessness Week, and once again in August students from Anglican schools will ‘sleep out’ to raise awareness and funds to assist Anglicare WA’s programs aimed at supporting vulnerable young West Australians.
Two schools celebrate their 125th year in 2021, St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls and Guildford Grammar School, and St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School celebrates its centenary year. Each writes of news in their communities.
The Editorial Team