Join us in welcoming our Assistant Head of Junior School, Mr Jonathan Willett who brings to us a passion for education, family, and community spirit.
"No matter what life throws at you, seek out opportunities to contribute, to participate and to action change.”
People are starting to ask questions. What is happening down south? In a regional town three hours from Sydney, our school is punching above its weight and achieving some wonderful HSC results. People are starting to notice.
We are incredibly fortunate at Nowra Anglican College to have a comprehensive Performing Arts program that runs from Kindergarten all the way through to Year 12 and offers multiple learning opportunities grow in the disciplines of Dance, Drama and Music
Inspiring joy in learning and laying the groundwork for our students to become lifelong learners is at the centre of what we do at Nowra Anglican College. One of the key focus areas of our strategic plan is to build powerful learners through the pursuit of innovation and excellence, with a particular focus on strengthening our literacy programs
We are thrilled to announce the students who have been selected for our Senior Prefect Team. Grounded in our core values of respect, compassion, and wisdom, these young leaders will be instrumental in shaping the culture and learning within the College in 2024
National Science Week 2023 was a resounding success, achieving its goals of celebrating Australian scientific achievements, fostering curiosity, and inspiring the next generation of scientists.
Celebrating Skills and Success: The Impact of VET Education - In a world driven by innovation and specialisation, the importance of skills and vocational education cannot be understated. This significance is aptly recognised and celebrated during National Skills Week
Step into the world of educational excellence as we delve into the inspiring journey of our History Teacher, Mr David Nicholls. Recognised for his remarkable contributions, his recent feature in 'Teaching History - Journal of the History Teachers' Association of NSW' is a testament to his passion and expertise.
Sometimes progress is made on the most confounding of challenges with the simplest of steps. We planted some seeds and let them grow.
Each day we want our students to love coming to school and the playground is an important space for learning. Through play, our young people can discover their own interests, abilities and limitations; they imagine, investigate and explore.
The Nowra Anglican College prayer is a gift given by Christian leaders within our school and community, to the students.
During the break Shoalhaven Work Place Learning hosted the Excellence in Vocational Education and Training Awards. This year, NAC students took out the Student of the Year awards for every subject delivered at the college.
The other day one of the prefects asked me what I do in my role as Principal at Nowra Anglican College. I don’t think I gave him an inspiring answer. Since then, I have been reflecting on that question.
The HSC Science Extension course is offered in year 12 and is designed to challenge students and develop their critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Have a read of Elizabeth's exciting Science Extension journey and her partnership with the University of NSW.
We are delighted to introduce our new Head of Junior school, Mrs Rachel Watt, who comes to us with an impressive background in education and leadership.
We are very pleased to announce that Mrs Bernice Mathie-Morris won the Education category for her exceptional contribution to children in the early years.
We would like to introduce 'Flossy' the Wellbeing dog. From a wellbeing and learning perspective, dogs bring a great deal of benefit to school communities.
It is with mixed emotions that I write my farewell to the Nowra Anglican College community. In my 12 years of service at the College, I have learnt so much and have personally grown in my faith, in my professional life as an educator and a leader, and in who I am as a person.
Why did we go so well in the HSC in 2022? Whilst the HSC league tables have many downfalls and I don’t rely on them to work out if you have had a successful year, they do provide one measure of valuable information.