Tyndale Christian School, Blacktown

Tyndale Christian School is a non-denominational, co-educational Early Learning Centre to Year 12 school of 980 students, set on 5.2 hectares in the outer western suburbs of Sydney. Our student population is ethnically and culturally diverse, and the richness of our different expressions of faith and heritage is evident in the everyday life of the school. More importantly, Tyndale is an ongoing witness to the truth of our unity in Christ Jesus.
School Founded
Student Numbers
Year Levels
ELC to YEAR 12
$6,000 - $8,000

58 Douglas Road

History and Vision
Tyndale was founded in 1966 by Christian parents who believed that rigorous education programs and ongoing pastoral care, framed within a Christian worldview, assist children to realise their potential in light of God’s truth and to His glory. The school is owned and governed by an association of Christian parents, and there is a strong focus on educating children as part of a nurturing, Christian community. Tyndale’s families represent more than 100 churches of different denominations across Western Sydney.

Co-Curricular Activities
Music skills are recognised and developed through extensive programs, including a Year 4 Band program, Concert Band, Praise and Worship groups and Tutor program. Sporting teams, Drama activities, a fully equipped commercial kitchen and specialist facilities in Wood and Metal Technology, Graphics and Visual Arts and an exemplary Learning Support Team ensure that all students have the opportunity to achieve. School Camps are a highlight of the year for all students in Years 5 – 12, where strong peer and teacher relationships are fostered, in the midst of outdoor education, historical and cultural site visits and creative and study skills development.

Student Welfare
Pastoral Care and Christian discipleship are key priorities at Tyndale and students participate in a rich Biblical Studies program. In Middle and Senior Schools teachers meet weekly with small groups of students for Pastoral Care discussion and relationship building. Our Chaplain, Counsellor and Welfare Coordinators provide further valuable support to the students.

Academic Support
Our School is receiving additional funding from the NSW Government in Phase 2 of the NSW Literacy and Numeracy Action Plan to improve literacy and numeracy outcomes for Tyndale children over the next four years. This program also provides valuable insights into best teaching practice across the country which further benefits our Junior students. In addition our focused Deeper Learning program in Middle and Senior Schools is helping to develop effective communication, critical thinking, problem solving and collaborative relationship skills to prepare our students for the 21st century workforce.

Students at Tyndale benefit from a technologically rich teaching environment, with a one-to-one laptop program in Years 9-12, personal iPads in Middle School (Years 6-8), access to Chromebooks for Junior Students (Year 3-5) and all teaching spaces equipped with up-to-date Information and Communications Technologies.

A new Independent Learning Centre for Senior Students will have its official opening on 14 May. The centre has a kitchen area, study areas, TV screens, projectors and break out study rooms.

In addition, there is recognition at Tyndale of the importance of fundamental skills, with a consistent, effective approach to literacy and numeracy in Junior School. While the school has a strong academic focus, and offers Extension classes and subjects, the diversity of children’s gifts is celebrated. Tyndale works with external Vocational Education providers, as well as offering some TVET options on site.

Special Needs
Religion / Faith
Co-Curricular Activities
Student Health and Wellbeing
Outdoor MultiPurpose Sporting Courts
Trade Training Centre
Sporting Oval
Basketball Stadium
Performing Arts Centre


Term 1 and Term 3 each year