About Christian Education
Our relationship with God forms and informs the way in which we view life and the world. Christian schooling seeks to involve students and families in education based on spiritual beliefs through biblical teaching. Our school vision statement and motto focus on growing, empowering and changing lives to equip them for service. We also seek to help them develop an eternal kingdom perspective where our decisions and choices impact the present and the future.
Christian schooling should be a community of grace, love, humility and strong relationships. We view each young person as being a person first, a student second and a NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) candidate third.
Each person is valued in God’s kingdom and needs to be treated with dignity and respect. Teachers and parents have the responsibility to lead and model servant leadership. Parents have been given responsibility before God to raise their children, and teachers are given the same level of responsibility within the school community.
Schools are places where rules, regulations, laws and standards walk alongside relationships, exploration, risk taking and personal and community development. A Christian school is a place where academic achievement, spiritual development, creative and physical development all comprise integrated learning.
Each week, our students have the opportunity to worship God together in our Chapel services. We run two services – Kindergarten to Year 6 and Year 7 to 12 – which include prayer, Bible reading, a devotional message, and praise and worship.
We are blessed to have staff and guest speakers share the devotional message from God’s Word, including special visits from past students who share how God has been working in their life through and beyond school.
A highlight is our student-led Chapel Band, comprised of Secondary students. We love seeing our students using their God-given gifts to serve Him and love His community!
Daily Prayer & Devotions
Each day, all our students and staff take time to pray and read God’s Word together, encouraging one another in our faith.
“And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.” Romans 8:28