- Early Learning Centre
- Junior K-5
- Middle 6-8
- Senior 9-12
The School is registered with CRICOS and welcomes overseas students into the following courses:
Blacktown as a city in western Sydney has a vibrant and diverse population who represent 180 countries around the globe. This rich diversity of ethnic background is also seen within our school community with many migrant families choosing to partner with us in educating their school aged children. Overseas students therefore fit right into the school and our very diverse culture.
Overseas students at Tyndale are cared for by a team of dedicated staff including our Registrar, Community Relations Officer, EAL Teachers, Head of Middle and Senior Schools and Head of Junior School. We have a number of staff who can act as interpreters when necessary and have a pastoral care program which includes year advisers and student welfare coordinators who assist all students,including overseas students. Overseas students are provided with compulsory English Tuition to assist them in achieving their expected learning outcomes.
Students travelling on their own can be hosted through a network of home-stay families.
If you are an international parent who is considering sending your child to Tyndale Christian School, please contact our Registrar, Phillip Westlake on +61 2 8811 7800 or complete our ##online application form##. This form must be accompanied by the documents as listed on the application form. Evidence of satisfactory academic performance and proficiency in English sufficient to meet the demands of the enrolled course must also be provided.
Alternatively you may like to get in touch with one of our Educational Agents or School Representatives listed below:
NSW Police Force have created a safety video available to students studying in NSW. We encourage you to watch the video as it covers a range of topics and tips on how to stay safe and get help if you need it. The video is available in 9 subtitled languages to help you and your family better understand the important messages from police. Watch the entire video and refresh your mind when needed with the short segments also available for you on YouTube. Enjoy and stay safe!