About Arden Anglican School
Ardren is a vibrant Christian-based school encompassing Pre-School - Year 12 and providing a positive learning and caring environment that inspires girls and boys to thrive. The school is small enough to nurture and care for each child individually, and big enough to challenge and foster the individual talents of each student to help them fulfil their potential.
PRE-SCHOOL and PRIMARY SCHOOL - BEECROFT
The primary school, at the Beecroft campus, offers an engaging learning environment for Pre-School - Year 6 students. The approach to learning is designed to ensure each child feels valued and well known by their teachers. An exciting development in 2014 is the introduction of an iPad program from Year 4.
SECONDARY SCHOOL - EPPING
The middle school campus (Years 7-9) at Epping caters to around 80 students per year group. Students are also well known as individuals and encouraged to pursue their individual goals by working closely with dedicated, talented and passionate staff in a partnership of learning. A wide range of subject offerings is available and these complement the comprehensive co-curricular programs to ensure each student is equipped to transition into the senior school.
The Epping-based senior school campus (Years 10 - 12) prepares students for both autonomous and collaborative learning, equipping Arden graduates for tertiary studies and a fulfilling life beyond school. Students enjoy a greater choice of subjects and the chance to specialise in their strengths. Learning takes place in the focused, academic environment of the Senior Study Centre, where teachers build professional working relationships with students as they work together towards the HSC. With a strong careers education program from Year 10, students are supported throughout their senior years as they plan and develop for life after Arden.
A Christian, values-based pastoral care program, multiple leadership opportunities, camps, overseas mission tours and co-curricular activities provide the important balance in every student’s education. This enables them to not only achieve their personal best in the HSC, but to grow into curious, courageous and compassionate men and women with an enduring passion for learning who will go on to transform the communities in which they will live and work.
For more information visit www.arden.nsw.edu.au or phone (02) 9484 1146.