I recognise potential, and I’m great at helping others reach it.
Through Jesus and each other, we become ourselves.
I am a catalyst for change. I believe I can make a difference for others.
You hold infinite possibility.
To be honest is to honour myself, to honour others and to honour God.
Connected in heart, values and faith.

Every child is made in God’s image, reflecting His light – they are all worthy, valuable and capable of tremendous things. To teach well is to nurture this light in every child. We listen to our students attentively, treat them kindly, encourage them earnestly, correct them compassionately and love them unconditionally. We are gentle but strong. Kind but courageous.

We guide and serve them as we teach them to guide and serve others. We bestow opportunity, inspire possibility, teach persistence and model integrity. We ignite their love of learning and fuel their self-belief so they may rise into adulthood as purposeful, capable and selfless leaders in their own lives. Leaders with the inner capacity and light to change their world for the better.

We have the highest honour and the greatest responsibility, to nurture the light in every child, and to show them that light is the image of God within them.

Welcome to Hunter Christian School

Our approach to learning

Every child holds infinite potential and with the right support, modelling, knowledge and skills they can believe in their own potential and strive toward achieving it. It is through experience, connection and community that we learn most about ourselves. At Hunter Christian School we provide those opportunities and through our Empathic Learning approach, we teach our students to honour God, themselves and others.

Psychological Wellbeing

By reflecting on their own thoughts and behaviours, children can begin to build self-awareness. This translates into openness and acceptance of both themselves and others.

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Academic Achievement

By applying themselves consistently, putting skills into practice and sharing their knowledge with others, children learn about self-management. Accountability is a key attribute in forming a growth mindset, which aids learning and achievement.

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Positive Behaviour

Children learn by what they see and experience. By modelling Christ-like qualities and understanding and responding to their needs with empathy, we help them build their own social-awareness and reflect those qualities back to others.

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Great relationships

When children are shown their worth and receive regular positive reinforcement, they learn how to give that in return to others. Selflessness is a quality we nurture in our approach to relationship management.

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