Our Prep renovations are in full swing! Here’s what’s happened already, and what is still in progress.
Parents and friends of the Illawarra Christian School community are invited to join us on the first day of the 2019 school year for our Dedication service. The assembly will take place at 9am in the school hall and will be followed by morning tea. It is a wonderful opportunity to begin the year together…
In Romans 12, Paul challenges us in light of God’s mercy to offer our lives as pleasing sacrifices to God. The renewal of our mind and doing God’s will is our sacrifice to God. This sacrifice offered to God is our transformation. This year we explored the concept of transformation.
On the second last day of the school year, our secondary students participated in our annual Service Day. It’s a day full of opportunities to help both the school community, and the wider Wollongong community. Here’s a glimpse of some of what our students were up to on the day.
On Wednesday 5th December, K-6 students participated in a STEAM afternoon. Everyone took part in two of 14 different STEAM-based activities that challenged their design, group work and creativity skills.
Things might be winding down at this time of year, but for our primary choir, everything was ramping up as they headed out on their annual Christmas mini-tour!
On November 28, an intrepid band of ICS scientists braved torrential rain and wind to trek to the University of Wollongong for the 2018 Science Fair. Their efforts were amply rewarded!
Allegro Music Academy is now taking Term 1, 2019 enrolments for private music lessons during school hours at ICS. Peripatetic music teachers will take your child out of class for their music tuition at a regular time each week. Lessons are available in Vocals, Piano, Flute, Guitar, Bass, Clarinet, Saxophone and Brass (Trumpet, Trombone etc.)….
As a faith-based community, Illawarra Christian School provides a distinct alternative educational choice to parents in the Illawarra. With 650 students aged from 3–18, we have an outstanding academic record, producing results above national standards. Our school is well known in our region for providing a nurturing and caring environment for our staff, students and parents.
School-based traineeships are a great way for students to combine paid work, training and their time at school—at the same time as gaining an industry-recognised national qualification and credit towards the HSC. Sound too good to be true? It’s exactly what Jessica Turney (ICS ’18) has just accomplished. Here’s how she went about it.