On the evening of Tuesday 20 August, eight speakers from our school competed in the South Coast Public Speaking Competition at Holy Spirit College in Bellambi.
A fortnight ago, we sent a team of Year 10 students to Fiji for a week. Their goal? To experience Fijian culture, to be of service to the local Fijian community, and if possible, to share something of their faith in Jesus and the hope that he offers. Three students reflect here on each of…
They’ve been back now for the best part of a month, and there’s been plenty of time to think back over the experience. We asked two students (and Mrs Simone Brown, who accompanied them) to tell us how they feel their adventure in international global problem solving has impacted them.
Year 11 student Carlie Pennicook reflects here on the practice Pack ‘n’ Paddle hiking and canoeing trip our Silver Duke of Ed students undertook earlier this term.
The FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) was held during February and March this year, and ICS students Andre Dorogi (Year 10) and Josh Moran (Year 7) competed in both the Southern Cross Regional Division and in the South Pacific Regional Division, winning awards in both categories. Now their team is headed to the USA to compete…
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!
The Future Problem Solving Program is one that Illawarra Christian School has embraced over the past four years. FPS is an international educational program for students of all ages, focusing on the development of critical, creative and futuristic thinking skills.
A slight breeze wafted gently across the nearly-dark platform as a solitary teacher tapped on at Unanderra Station just before 5am. Slinging her 13.5kg backpack gently onto a bench, she casually scanned the bridge and carpark for signs of her 13 travelling companions. A flutter of excitement flickered in her chest as she saw the…
The recent Junior Schoool CAPA night was a hit for the school community, and a testament to the time and effort not only of our performers and artists, but the teaching staff as well.
Over the last weekend of the school holidays, 21 students and staff headed into the winter wonderland of Thredbo for two wonderful days of enjoying God’s creation.