As students move into Senior School, they begin their journey into young adulthood, supported academically, emotionally and spiritually to be prepared for life beyond Lindisfarne. But this is so much more than students just planning for future careers and options. It also involves thinking deeply about the roles they will play – their service to the community and others and their contribution to the creation of sustainable futures.

Lindisfarne staff are skilled and equipped with strategies and processes to ensure potential student issues are identified as they arise. A clear referral and support system is utilised. This is built on the back of the strong student-teacher connections formed to provide the right support when required. The wellbeing approach we take is one of nurturing and prevention through social-emotional learning, mindfulness and positive psychology initiatives.

We regularly communicate with parents and welcome their involvement in their child’s education and wellbeing. In particular, information sessions and workshops, delivered by a combination of staff and external experts, allow parents to share in conversations about relevant issues.


The Rite Journey

The Rite Journey is a unique educational program designed to support the development of self-aware, vital, responsible and resilient adults.

Given the current lack of Rites of Passage in the western world, young people are often left to invent their own, which are often unhealthy and unsafe. The Rite Journey reinvents the traditional process of a Rite of Passage to assist in transforming the adolescent from dependency to responsibility.

Lindisfarne began using this framework in 2019 with the Year 9 cohort. The School looks forward to a long and happy partnership with The Rite Journey in the future.

Mission in Action Programs

Lindisfarne Anglican Grammar School aims to provide students with rich and diverse learning experiences which contribute to their academic, emotional and spiritual development. Within the Faith Formation framework and the Senior School focus on Godly Mission, our Year 10 program is called “Mission in Action” incorporating various aspects of altruism and volunteering. This enables our students to learn about themselves, to become active and engaged citizens with the people around them in their community and the wider world.

The purpose of this service learning is for students to be involved in supporting their local community and learning about altruism through the modelling of those already engaged in this important work. Projects include but are not limited to; land care and dune regeneration, Lindisfarne Recording Studio projects, nursing home visits and coffee book projects, wildlife support, school rainforest regeneration, community arts support and more.

Lindisfarne is confident that project-based service learning significantly contributes to the holistic development of its students.

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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.

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.