Education in the Hawkesbury: Every child matters at Anglican College

FOOD TECH: Students have an extensive range of elective choices in modern, well equipped learning environments. Photos: Supplied
FOOD TECH: Students have an extensive range of elective choices in modern, well equipped learning environments. Photos: Supplied

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Arndell Anglican College has established a strong reputation for providing a caring education.

The College prides itself on high quality pastoral care and academic development and is driven by a passion to know who they are as a community and what they do well. Educationally, the school is committed to developing the whole child, enabling them to flourish.

The educational experience at Arndell provides students the opportunity to develop a range of skills which will prepare them for their future.

Developing a whole school approach to teaching and learning builds a community which has a shared vision for the growth of students in all aspects of their learning - academic, social, emotional and spiritual.

In 21st century learning spaces, extensive subject and elective choices are offered throughout the educational stages.

Junior School students are encouraged and nurtured to lay a solid foundation for learning. Specialist lessons in literacy, numeracy, languages, the arts, music and sport provide opportunities for students to become confident, critical and creative thinkers.

CAMP: Excursions and camps are an important aspect of learning, serving to support student wellbeing and skill development.

CAMP: Excursions and camps are an important aspect of learning, serving to support student wellbeing and skill development.

The Secondary School provides a positive and contemporary learning environment. Mixed ability classes are provided to enhance the learning experiences and students are provided with formalised curriculum and significant elective options. Arndell aims to equip graduates with confidence in their academic abilities, an understanding of their leadership capabilities and a passion for their future direction.

Sitting on 30 acres of Hawkesbury Valley land, the school's first class facilities offer an ideal learning environment. 

Specialist lessons in literacy, numeracy, languages, the arts, music and sport provide opportunities for students to become confident, critical and creative thinkers.

  • For information call enrolments on 02 4572 3633, or pop into main administration at 118 Wolseley Road, Oakville.

Editorial provided by Arndell Anglican College.