Welcome from the Head of Senior School
Our aim for Lindisfarne graduates to become collaborative problem-solvers could not be more relevant right now. In a world where change is ongoing and set to become even more fast-paced than it is today, the Senior School provides a framework for 21st-century learning and future-focused, real-world thinking that equips our students for their lives post-school.
Our students are encouraged to develop the best versions of themselves. To support this, the Senior School focuses on nurturing compassion and empathy whilst our students become proficient in taking full ownership of their learning. Our senior students have exciting and challenging course options and activities where they can pursue their individual passions while continuing to discover new ones. Championed by their classmates and a dedicated Senior School teaching team, our students are encouraged to become strong, determined and compassionate citizens.
At Lindisfarne, we aim to foster curiosity, open-mindedness and collaboration for we do not live in isolation. In order to truly succeed and contribute to our society, students must learn these skills above all. Curiosity to become lifelong learners; open-mindedness in order to be able to listen, to accept differences and to formulate critical informed thinking; and collaboration to be able to work in the worldwide community, all of which combined will enable them to be agents of their own lives. Our students graduate enabled and empowered both academically and emotionally to assume responsibility for making a positive contribution to the world.
Head of Senior School
Our Leadership program is extensive and there are many opportunities for Senior School students to be involved.
We encourage our students to be revolutionary in their thinking, valuing grassroots initiatives. Student-led community welfare initiatives and leadership programs such as the Student Representative Council and Captaincy positions provide a powerful avenue for our students to have their voice heard and to drive change within our school and our community.
We encourage our students to aim high and help them transition towards their chosen career — whatever that may be.
Music, Sport and our co-curricular programs continue to be important aspects of schooling throughout the Senior School.
A wide range of Co-curricular choices
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.
The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the safety, welfare and wellbeing of children and young people and expects all staff, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment.