Hunter Christian School is proud to be connected with the following educational leaders.


The Australian Association of Christian Schools (AACS) is an advocacy organisation representing the interests of over a hundred Christian schools in every State and Territory across the nation.

We provide our schools with a voice in the public sphere to ensure they can continue to deliver an authentic Christian education embedded in the teaching and life of the school.



Christian Schools Australia (CSA) is a national association providing support for the delivery of Christ centered educational excellence within Christian Schools. Established in 2002, CSA is committed to advancing the Kingdom of God by advocating, supporting and resourcing Christian schools, and their wider school communities.


The Association of Independent Schools of NSW is the peak body supporting and representing independent education, specifically independent schools, through offering services in:

  • advice and consultancy
  • professional learning
  • funded programs and projects
  • support for students with diverse needs
  • research and data
  • advocacy and partnerships.


The Christian Schools Sports Association of NSW consists of 78 schools within the Christian Education National (CEN), Christian Schools Australia (CSA) and other independent Christian Schools.

It is an association which has been formed to foster Christian thought and practice through sporting events within and between Christian Schools.



At the centre of everything we do is our desire to help educators, school leaders and students grow and develop through targeted professional learning. We use a strengths-based approach, coupled with coaching techniques to facilitate school leader and teacher growth. We are focused on facilitating workshops and experiential learning that is conducive to building a high-performing team in schools.

Dr Phil Lambert

Dr Phil Lambert is an internationally recognised school education expert. He has extensive experience in education as a principal; inspector; Executive Director; Assistant Director-General; Regional Director (Sydney) & General Manager of the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority where he led the development of Australia’s first national curriculum.