PF xmas

P & F Christmas Get-Together

As another year draws to a close Nowra Anglican College P&F are holding a Christmas get together dinner.  Why not organise a table of 10 (over 18’s only) of family and friends and join us for a fun night.

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the selfish giant

Shoalhaven Anglican School presents the Selfish Giant

Our sister school, Shoalhaven Anglican School is presenting their second whole school musical. This modern-day adaption of Oscar Wilde's tale of the same name, features songs from the 60s and 70s and is sure to have you bopping in your seats. The musical will be performed over 4 days commencing with a matinee performance on Wednesday, 15 October at 11.00am, followed by evening performances on Thursday, 16 October and Friday, 17 October at 7.00pm and conclude with a matinee performance on Saturday, 18 October. For tickets please visit,

Welcome to Nowra Anglican College

Scholarship boxNowra Anglican College is a Christian school with an Anglican foundation, inclusive of all, caring and positive. The College is known as a place of innovation and academic excellence where students are both supported and challenged through Christian, academic, cultural, physical and practical areas of learning.

We strive to be a learning environment that values the contributions of staff, parents, students and the wider community to respond to the challenges of our changing world and its demands.

We aim to be a place that staff, students and parents are proud of – where students feel engaged, valued and confident and use their learning experiences to make a difference in the world.

The type of education we offer can be best appreciated by a visit to our campus.

During your visit you will see  students, enthusiastically engaged in a wide range of learning experiences. You will find a safe environment, characterised by positive relationships that enhance the learning experience and encourage lifelong bonds of trust and friendship.

You will see success, the value placed on the individual and opportunities to develop leadership skills that will enhance our students’ quality of life long into the future.

We welcome you!

Nowra Anglican College More Cricket Success:
The year 5/6 cricket team travelled to Barden Ridge for their second round game against Sutherland.

We won the toss and elected to bat in fairly warm conditions. After losing Ben Lans early Troy Sweet and Angus Templeton consolidated with a 38 run partnership. Faced with some tight bowling the boys ran really well between the wickets to push the scoring along. We ended on 8/94 from our 20 overs. T Sweet (25), A Templeton (14), T Huard (17) and J Sweet (11*) were contributors with the bat.

Huard and Templeton opened the bowling and after 4 overs they were 2/8. All of our bowlers kept it very tight and we were able to restrict Sutherland to 9/66. Templeton (1/11), Huard (2/7), T Sweet (2/5), Evans (1/3) were the main destroyers.

The team will now progress to the semi finals where a likely match with Inaburra awaits.
Nowra Anglican College Congratulations to Jackson Forde, Thomas Turpin, Toby Payne, Connor Willmott, Harry Vaughan, Jesse Heslehurst, Sam Orr and Lachlan Barnes who have been selected in the Illawarra Gold Squad and will play representative rugby in 2015.
Nowra Anglican College The U/15 cricket team played the First Round of the Wiburd Shield, which is a state wide competition for independent schools. We came up against Broughton Anglican College, Campbelltown and travelled to Camden to play the 40 over a side fixture. Losing the toss, we were sent in to bat. After the loss of 3 early wickets, our innings steadied and then exploded in the final overs. Luke Huard (Yr 8) batted magnificently with 71 runs off 35 overs. He was brilliantly supported by Ben McDonald (Yr 8) who was 18 not out, and Ben Boyce Mortlock (Yr 8) who batted intelligently to support Huard in a game winning 4th wicket partnership of 79 runs off 16 overs.

Defending a solid total of 9/164, our captain Jordan Hockey (Yr 9) and Damien Spelta (Yr 9) bowled superbly in their opening spell, with hostility and cunning, to contain the opposition to a meagre 1/9 off 8 overs. The score was even 2/22, which the venerable Richie Benaud would have loved! This trend continued with tight bowling from Luke Huard who struck twice and Ben McDonald, who capped a fine all round performance from both players. Most of our bowlers had success with the best figures being Jhie Cushan (Yr 8) who bamboozled the opposition with the cunning of his leg spinning deliveries to capture 3/10 off 3 overs. Other wicket takers were Spelta, Boyce Mortlock, Cody Murray-Green (Yr 9), Acelin ‘Ace’ Bobbermien (Yr7) and Blake Calderon (Yr9).

In the end, Broughton were dismissed for 95 runs for a comprehensive 69 run victory to NAC under the excellent leadership of Jordan Hockey. This tremendous day finished with food stops at Macarthur Square and Gerringong. It was a pleasure to accompany this team of cricketers who represented our school with distinction. Bring on Round 2!

2014 Term Dates

Term 1
28 January - 11 April
Term 2
30 April - 27 June
Term 3
21 July - 19 September
Term 4
08 October - 10 December

2015 Term Dates

Term 1
27 January - 02 April
Term 2
22 April - 19 June
Term 3
13 July - 18 September
Term 4
7 October - 8 December

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