Welcome to Tyndale Christian School
“To provide an excellent, inclusive Christian education that equips our students to serve God and His world”
“To identify, encourage and develop the potential in each child through:
effective selection, training and retention of staff to develop and deliver a balanced, best- practice programme of learning which is integrated throughout the student’s time at the school and building a community based on relationship with God and each other where the character of Christ is valued, developed and displayed.”
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Tyndale Christian School is a co-educational, independent, inter-denominational school operating in three locations.
Our core values are informed by the truth of the Scripture
To be committed to the work of the Gospel, sharing the truth of God, by His grace and the power of the Holy Spirit, to all mankind.
Matthew 28: 19 – 20; 1 Peter 3: 15
To love one another and lay our lives down for each other. We are called to honour all people, taking on the attitude of a servant, understanding that there is no place for abuse, harassment, mistreatment, manipulation or injustice.
John 15: 12 – 13; Philippians 2:1 – 8
To act with charity and justice towards our fellow man, including the foreigner, the poor, the sinner, the orphan and the widow.
James 1: 27; Matthew 25: 31 – 46; John 8: 1 – 11; Deuteronomy 10: 18 – 19; Psalm 24: 3 – 4; Micah 6: 8
To celebrate the creation of mankind “in God’s image”, equal in relationship, yet distinctly male and female. We do, however, recognise that for some, gender can be physiologically indeterminate or uncertain, and these persons should be afforded full acceptance and loved for who they are.
Matthew 19: 4; Genesis 1: 26 – 27
To honour the sanctity of marriage, recognising that it is a life-long commitment between a man and a woman, and that sexual intimacy is reserved for marriage.
Matthew 19: 4 – 6
To honour and treasure the sanctity of life, including the life of the unborn.
Psalm 139: 13 – 14
To honour our calling to be good stewards of all that God has entrusted to us. This includes managing our own lives well, but also caring for the creation God has provided.
Genesis 2: 15; Matthew 25: 14 – 30
To honour the community of faith by being regularly connected to a local church where God is both honoured and worshipped in spirit and in truth.
Acts 2: 42 – 47; Hebrews 10: 24 – 25; John 4: 23