Sport is an important pillar within our wellbeing framework and students are encouraged to participate fully in the sporting life of the School.
Lindisfarne athletes present themselves well and are equipped by their teams, coaches and programs to do the best that they can do in competition. They enjoy what they do, acknowledge the work of other people and are humble, no matter what the result is. They set aspirational goals and work towards them diligently. They contribute freely, pass on what they have learned selflessly and give back to their community willingly.
The physical wellbeing of students is vital to their development. Sport is an important pillar within our wellbeing framework and students are encouraged to participate fully in the sporting life of the School. Participation is available in a full range of sporting activities at all levels of ability and development; and extends students through personal fitness and teamwork whilst instilling a strong sense of sportsmanship and fair play.
Our first-class facilities include a multi-purpose hall for netball, basketball, futsal and volleyball, as well as fully maintained spaces for rugby (all codes), soccer, touch football, athletics, cricket and cross country in addition to tennis courts featuring netball and basketball options that provide superb training opportunities.
Lindisfarne is a member of the North Coast Independent Schools Sports Association (NCISSA) Primary and Secondary interschool sports competition and students progress onto New South Wales Combined Independent Schools (NCIS) competitions and then to state level.
Lindisfarne is a founding member of the Southern Gold Coast Independent Schools Sporting Association whose aim is to support and foster sporting opportunities for interschool competitions for schools based in the southern Gold Coast and northern New South Wales regions.
Lindisfarne has a range of specialist coaches and partnerships in place for AFL, athletics, basketball, cricket, futsal, golf, hockey, mountain biking, netball, rhythmic gymnastics, rowing, rugby, soccer, surfing, swimming, tennis, touch football, triathlon, volleyball and water polo.
The Visual Arts at Lindisfarne allows students to explore creativity, curiosity and imagination in its finest forms.
Lindisfarne is passionate about creative excellence. As Albert Einstein once said, “The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination.” And we could not agree more!
Engagement in Visual and Performing Arts helps our students to think outside the box. Sensory, cognition, social and emotional development are all enhanced through the Arts, as are fine and gross motor skills. Lindisfarne knows that a well-rounded student is prepared for a multi-modal world and this is what our Arts programs deliver.
Germinate Records is our own fully independent record label based out of the Lindisfarne Recording Studio.
Our students are able to capture their unique skills and abilities and work in partnership with leading industry engineers, producers and music professionals to take the next step in their creative journey, whilst sharing their talents with our community.
In 2019, Lindisfarne developed Germinate Records — a fully independent record label based out of the Lindisfarne Recording Studio.
Germinate Records provides a stepping stone for developing and emerging artists, producers, engineers and music industry professionals while doing something good for people who need it most. Profits from all recordings go to several great causes including charity donations, meaningful recording projects and large-scale community events that propagate awareness and create action for those in need.
All About Sea
At Lindisfarne, we believe educating the whole child takes place both inside and outside the classroom.
Our excellent outdoor education program engages students in activities that develop team-building skills, peer rapport and endurance to ensure they are well-prepared for the many challenges they will face in their lives.
Our recreational camps have become a distinguishing feature of our school with students taking part in pursuits such as abseiling, mountain bike riding, hiking, kayaking and many other activities tailored to suit the abilities of each year level.
Students are supported and encouraged to take part in a range of external programs like the Kokoda Challenge and the Duke of Edinburgh, important programs that help students discover an appreciation for their environment. Students are able to gain maturity, build personal confidence and leadership qualities, develop self-awareness and self-reflection, and bring to light the importance of group cooperation and communication in a way that simply cannot happen inside the classroom.
At Lindisfarne, providing 21st Century learning opportunities prepares our students for the changing world.
Lindisfarne is committed to preparing our students for the workplace of the future.
Throughout the school, we have a range of Entrepreneurial co-curricular programs to supplement our curriculum subjects. The Junior School offers the Lindisfarne Kidpreneur program, in the Middle School we have the Business, Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Club and in the Senior School there is The Hive, focused on supporting initiatives of entrepreneurship in the wider community through mentoring, startups and seeding.
These opportunities are open to all students and focus on the development of 21st Century skills.
DisruptED is entrepreneurship in action. This program often acts as the culmination of our entrepreneurship co-curricular activities.
The purpose of DisruptEd is to inform our students about the changing world of work and to challenge them to positively engage with the changes taking place in traditional industries so they are prepared for life after school where they will need to continuously innovate and adapt to changing technologies.
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The staff and students of Lindisfarne Anglican Grammar School acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which our school is situated. We acknowledge the Minjungbal people of the Bundjalung Nation and pay our respects to Elders past and present. We extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples who visit our school.
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