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Lindisfarne Anglican Grammar School Terranora, NSW
At Lindisfarne Anglican Grammar School we develop student ability in three dimensions: academic, creative and ethical.
Each year the School offers a limited number of Academic and Music & Performing Arts Scholarships.
Scholarships are availble under the following criteria:
Current students entering Year 5 the following year. Current students in Year 4 can apply for Academic Scholarships in preparation of Year 5. Scholarships awarded only apply until the completion of Year 6.
Current students entering Year 7 the following year. Current students in Year 6 can apply for Academic and/or Music & Performing Arts Scholarships in preparation for Year 7.
New students entering Year 5 can apply for Academic Scholarships. Scholarships awarded only apply until the completion of Year 6.
New students entering Years 7-11 can apply for Academic and/or Music & Performing Arts Scholarships.
Both Academic and Music & Performing Arts Scholarships require applicants to sit an academic exam conducted by Edutest.
Scholarships provide a benefit of up to 50% off the tuition component of a student’s fees.
Please note an annual review process of all scholarship recipients is conducted to ensure that:
For new students, please note that failure to be awarded a scholarship will in no way prejudice the enrolment of a new student who has already been accepted for entry. The decision to award a scholarship and the level of assistance granted is entirely at the discretion of the Principal and no correspondence or discussion will be entered into with regard to such decisions.
To give your child the opportunity of an education at Lindisfarne or to book a tour of our breathtaking campus please phone us on 07 5590 5099, email email@example.com or visit us online at www.lindisfarne.nsw.edu.au
On behalf of our School community, I welcome you to Lindisfarne Anglican Grammar School.
Lindisfarne has a proven reputation for providing quality education across our two campuses in South Tweed and Terranora.
Throughout my career I have been a passionate believer in the benefits of a co-educational learning environment for young people and the strong preparation and base that this provides students for the world that they live and work in.
As an Anglican Grammar School, our values of Wisdom, Compassion and Respect are at the heart of our school and form the foundations of our teaching and learning.
I believe that for young people to reach their potential we must value the total educational program and the holistic development of students. This includes focusing on the cognitive, physical, spiritual, creative, personal and social development of the students of the school and providing learning opportunities within the classroom, across the curriculum, beyond the classroom and beyond the school.
It incorporates the learning, knowledge, understandings and skills gained from co-curricular engagement, developing the God-given passions, gifts, talents and interests of each student.
My focus as Principal includes valuing each student and ensuring that 'every child matters every day.'
Mr Stuart Marquardt
Coming from Wondai in regional Queensland, Principal Stuart Marquardt attended Kingaroy High School before completing his Bachelor of Education and Diploma of Teaching through the University of Southern Queensland.
Prior to his commencement as Principal of Lindisfarne Anglican Grammar School, in Term 2, 2016, Mr Marquardt spent the past eight years as the Principal of Great Southern Grammar in Albany WA and was previously Deputy Principal and Head of Junior School at Sunshine Coast Grammar School.
Mr Marquardt is a Member of the Australian Council for Educational Leaders, the Australian College of Educators and a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He has previously been Chair of the Association of Independent Schools in WA and whilst on sabbatical in 2014, Mr Marquardt completed the ‘Leadership in Evolving Vision Course’ at Harvard University (Cambridge, USA). In 2015 he was awarded a prestigious ‘Klinginstein Fellowship’ to Columbia University (New York, USA) to complete a program on 21st Century Education and Leadership.
Mr Marquardt lives locally and his school-age children attend Lindisfarne.
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