Newcastle Anglican

Christ Church Cathedral in Newcastle

Welcome to Newcastle Anglican

Formally known as the Anglican Diocese of Newcastle, Newcastle Anglican is a leading faith-based organisation, serving the people of the Hunter and the Central Coast.

Anglican Care is dedicated to providing quality aged care services including home care, retirement living, and residential aged care. Our social justice service, Samaritans, offers life-changing support and advocacy to youth and those in need. Newcastle Anglican Schools invest in children and young people and offer a holistic approach to education. We have two early childcare centres and four schools. Bishop Tyrrell Anglican College, Lakes Grammar School, Manning Valley Anglican College, and Scone Grammar educate a combined 3,000 students.

Newcastle Anglican’s vision is for people to flourish because of what we do, inspired by the way of Jesus.

Exceptional Learning Opportunities

Development of the whole child

Newcastle Anglican Education places great value on investing in children and young people and aim to offer them holistic opportunities in education and learning.

From early intervention strategies offering the best possible start in life to quality education through Newcastle Anglican schools, we provide our children and youth with an inclusive, dynamic, and family-orientated environment to be the best that they can be.

With a focus on Christian values and studies, Newcastle Anglican Education offers the delivery of Special Religious Education (SRE) in public schools and encourages a parish-based children, youth and family ministry.castle Anglican Schools

Our Schools

Values and achievement

There are four schools associated with Newcastle Anglican. Each of our schools support each other in their ministry and mission. These schools are Scone Grammar, Bishop Tyrrell Anglican College, Manning Valley Anglican College, and Lakes Grammar–An Anglican School.

The purpose of Newcastle Anglican Schools is to establish, promote, support, and provide effective governance to Anglican schools within and outside the Newcastle Anglican jurisdiction.

Each school’s focus is to communicate the Gospel of Jesus to the students, staff, parents, and the wider community with care and understanding.

The Bishop has appointed a Chaplain in each school to be a key resource in the proclamation of the faith, in leading liturgy, in pastoral care and in supporting the teaching of the Christian Religious Studies Syllabus throughout the schools.

Newcastle Anglican aims to grow and develop the schools and believes in providing affordable, quality education with a Christian ethos in the Anglican tradition.

All Newcastle Anglican schools are low-fee centres of excellence, focusing strongly on pastoral care, Christian values and studies, academic and sporting achievement, and multi-faceted extra-curricular activities.

Each school is set in pristine, attractive surroundings with excellent facilities that benefit all students and staff. School councils, parents and friends’ groups work together to maintain efficient governance and plan the future of each campus.

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