Thomas Hassall Anglican College
125 Kingsford Smith Avenue
Middleton Grange NSW2171
Tel: 02 9608 0033
Fax: 02 9608 0044
Religious Affiliation: Anglican
Early Learning: Yes
Learning Extension: Yes
Scholarships: YesSporting Academy: Yes
About our College
Thomas Hassall Anglican College was established by the Sydney Anglican Schools Corporation in 2000 and occupies 9. 7 hectares of semi-rural land 10 kilometres West of Liverpool. Our teaching programs are based on meeting individual needs at all levels. The College has an established student leadership program that provides opportunity for growth and development. We encourage achievement in a wide range of settings both inside and outside the classroom and our staff provide positive role modelling and Christian values which aim to nurture the spirit and encourage the heart of our students. Our College facilities include attractive landscape design and access to and interaction with smart technology to support learning and specialist learning areas across the Prep to Year 12 cohort.
The College vision is Growing and Nurturing Excellence wisdom and Service. This is achieved through a commitment to provide a positive and engaging learning community in a safe and supportive Christian environment and provision of a continuous curriculum across the key learning areas supporting a seamless transition across the Junior middle and Senior Years.
The College has modern air-conditioned classrooms innovative information and communication technology interactive smart boards computer lecterns data projectors laptops multi-purpose seminar and reading rooms and Library learning resource centres. It is also equipped with specialist rooms for Science design and Technology timber electronics Hospitality visual Arts music aGymnasium and Auditorium. Outdoor sporting facilities include covered areas expansive playing fields basketball courts and professional level cricket nets.
Teaching and Learning
In addition to core subjects the College offers an wide array of elective subjects. Electives Years 9 & 10: These currently include Music japanese visual Arts extreme History drama commerce physical Activity and Sports Studies graphic food and Electronics Technology. Electives Years 11 & 12: These currently include Ancient & Modern History biology business Studies chemistry design and Technology drama entertainment (Dual Accredited VET Course) geography industrial Technology food Technology economics Hospitality (Dual Accredited VET Course) timber Technology information Processing Technology japanese legal Studies mathematics music pDHPE physics society & Culture visual Arts (Extension Courses are offered in English and Mathematics). Sport: The College offers comprehensive sporting and Physical Education programs from Kindergarten to Year 12. Students have the opportunity to participate in inter-school competitions in swimming cross-country and athletics up to State level. There is also Soccer cricket netball rugby oztag table tennis athletics basketball cross-Country badminton volleyball swimming and Tennis. A range of leisure options is available; Ten Pin Bowling rock Climbing weights and Dance.
There are many clubs and groups in which students can participate. These include Band choir music Tuition public Speaking debating christian Groups sports musicals (biennially) duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme and the Kokoda Track Expedition.
The well-being of students is important and we have a registered Councillor/Psychologist and Year Advisors. The College also has the following programs that contribute to personal development: Student Welfare christian Studies leadership and Community Service. There is an Educational Support Team to assist students with special needs in a caring and supportive environment. There is also an Educational Team to assist students that are Gifted and Talented.
We offer academic scholarships for entry into Years 7 & 11.
Please visit our College website for information.