History

Lindisfarne was established as a small Anglican primary school in 1981 through an initiative of the Rector and parishioners of St Cuthbert's Church, Tweed Heads.

The school proved so popular with the local community that it has been evolving and expanding ever since.

The facilities of the original campus at Sunshine Avenue were progressively extended until secondary schooling was introduced in 1995.

The following year the Secondary School relocated to its permanent site in Mahers Lane, Terranora, and the Early Learning Centre was opened in Sunshine Avenue in 1998.

Today Lindisfarne Anglican Grammar School is a thriving educational centre from Pre-school to Year 12 - and development continues at both campuses.

New Facilities

Considerable effort and resources go into ensuring Lindisfarne students have facilities of the highest standard.

Both the Sunshine Avenue and Mahers Lane campuses have benefited from various new additions under an extensive infrastructure program.

Recent initiatives at Sunshine Avenue have included refurbishing an outdoor recreational and theatre area and a new outdoor deck for the Kindergarten classrooms will be completed early in 2016.

The most recent addition to the Mahers Lane Campus has been the building of the Trade Skills Centre which was largely funded by a grant from the Federal Government and opened in 2015. The centre provides state of the art facilities for students to study Hospitality, Food Technology and Technology (Mandatory).

Beneath the Centre a gymnasium has been built to provide an excellent resource in 2016 for Sport and PE programs. The former Food Technology kitchens have been refurbished to provide additional learning spaces and office space for the Heads of House and Careers.