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Tyndale Christian School – Salisbury East is proud of our 2021 graduates not only for their academics, yet also for their personal achievements throughout the challenges that this year has provided.
Click the links on this page to access the video or the written response from our Head of School’s in relation to the article published by The Advertiser on Sunday 7 November comparing Tyndale’s government funding with other schools.
Our School is built on sustaining a Lifelong Learning foundation. With the implementation of the Tiny Tyndalians programme at our Salisbury East campus, your child can build connections with others before their Reception year.
Our focus in the Senior School here at Tyndale is preparing our students for purposeful careers, and Employment Plus ensures your child is equipped for work immediately after school. Find out more through Mrs Courtney Brook, who champions this pathway.
Tyndale is introducing a new elite sports programme in 2022 aimed at the students wanting to take their sport to the next level. Marley Raikiwasa, a year 10 student, details her impressive athletic achievements and why she will be completing this programme.
Tyndale has always been above the curve with its sporting achievements and the new elite sporting programme, coming in 2022, will showcase that. Head of Sport Mr Matt Howard explains why your child should consider this programme.
Tyndale is a school that strongly supports pathways leading to trades and apprenticeships. Trades Plus champion Mrs Kristen Thomas has a great deal of experience in helping students find successful careers.
Our School has always been an academically focused school and prides itself on hosting some of the most hard-working academic students across the state, year in and year out. Lead teacher, Mrs Colleen Porch, champions the Tertiary Plus Senior School focus.
Sport and physical education are important components of every curriculum, and through Sports Plus and Mr Ben Green, who champions this pathway, find out why your child should consider this choice.