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10 December 2018
On Tuesday 27 November, twenty Year 4 Junior Missions students went to visit Governor Phillip Nursing Home. The gospel went out through songs, cards and the Christmas Story narration. These stude...
10 December 2018
Over the past three weeks Year 10 students have been working hard on a project to make the world a better place, forming teams based on problems which affect our community. This year the projects they...
10 December 2018
Last week nine students and two teachers travelled to New Zealand for the Duke of Edinburgh Hike. Congratulations to Katie Dal Santo who is now on her Gold Award, while Anna Petherick is on her S...
10 December 2018
Year 8 Drama classes participated in a puppet making workshop last week to coincide with a unit of work they have been doing on puppets.  Students made their own puppet which they will now use to...
10 December 2018
In Education Support we often talk about Early Intervention being a key factor in supporting our children. It is often a long journey for families to firstly be informed that their child has special n...
02 December 2018
Art With Punch is a formal exhibition of the HSC major works which also presents the opportunity for our Year 11 artists to display their work.   The talent was exceptional and as we wandere...
02 December 2018
The Victor Chang Cardiac Research institute School Science Awards have been developed to foster and encourage an interest in science among secondary science students and to promote science as a viable...
02 December 2018
Divine Junior School students have finally received the Banner we made and letters we wrote to the students last term. (Snail mail…lots of delays) The $2140.80 we raised has been received and the Bibl...
02 December 2018
The Validation of Assessment for Learning and Individual Development (VALID) program provides end-of-stage diagnostic assessments for the Science KLA (Key Learning Area). It is a state-wide NAPLA...
02 December 2018
Recently some of our Year 8 and Year 9 students attended a STEM incursion.  This involved using critical thinking and problem solving skills to solve a murder. All students were placed in groups,...
26 November 2018
In Term 3, students were selected from Years 3 to 11 to take part in the International Competitions and Assessments for Schools (ICAS) English, and the Australian Mathematics Competition (AMC). T...
26 November 2018
In Week 4 of this term, Year 5 attended Camp at Chaldercot on the Port Hacking River, run by Youthworks.  Everyone had a fantastic time abseiling, canoeing, sailing, fishing, swimming, water...
26 November 2018
In the Year 7 History 2 Class, we have been studying Ancient Rome. Students learnt about Ancient Roman gods and goddesses, the features of Pompeii and Mt Vesuvius and the role that Julius Caesar playe...
26 November 2018
It is so exciting to see the growth in Year 3, which has become quite apparent from the start of the year until now. They conducted themselves fantastically, very settled and very capable, as they par...
26 November 2018
This term, Middle School Missions are pleased to support WestCare in their Christmas Appeal for the homeless and underprivileged in our local area. We are asking for your support by permitting yo...
19 November 2018
Year 7 recently attended an incursion with special guest Charlie McMahon. Charlie is a professional musician and an advocate for the education and preservation of Aboriginal culture. He is widely know...
19 November 2018
On Thursday 15 November, over 400 Year 10 students and teachers from public and private schools, got together to hear some great messages from speakers, empowering them to be the best they can be and ...
19 November 2018
We have just completed our yearly exams for Years 7- 9. I would like to take the opportunity to congratulate some of our top performing students in those exams:Gaumitha Jeganathan in Year 7 got 96%.Je...
12 November 2018
This year our School teams have again participated in F1 in Schools State Finals and we are so proud of their achievements. Our Junior Professional Team, Vectory, was placed 3rd on the podium and...
12 November 2018
On Tuesday last week, we hosted 96 students from Tomeikan High School in Kyuushuu, Japan. It was the first time such a large group visited PCS, and our students and teachers did a great job of ma...
12 November 2018
On Monday 29 October Kindergarten ventured out beyond the gates of the school for our very first excursion. This was not just an adventure within our local area. NO! We went all the way to The Sydney ...
12 November 2018
Ninety six (96) Japanese exchange students came to Australia and we were so blessed to have had them visit our classrooms last week. Year 2 had the pleasure of meeting 16 of these senior students from...
12 November 2018
Thank you to all the students and families who gave generously towards our fundraising efforts on Bandanna Day, Friday 26 October. Together we raised a total of $1420.20! Special thanks also to t...
05 November 2018
This semester, Year 1 has been exploring ‘Features of Places’ in Geography lessons. We learnt about natural, constructed and managed features; researching different types of places and what they conta...
05 November 2018
A NOTICE FROM BUSWAYS: Penrith Council are closing O’Connell St, one of the access points to Claremont Meadows, for a period of seven months. This necessitates a change to the travel pattern...
02 November 2018
All our 2018 volunteer helpers are warmly invited to attend Penrith Christian School’s special ‘Parent Thank You Morning Tea’ event, to let you know how much we appreciate your support and w...
29 October 2018
All students, staff and families in the Penrith Christian School community are welcome to join us on Thursday 15 November (6 pm - 8 pm) for our annual Technology and Creative Arts Showcase. This ...
29 October 2018
The Nepean Triathlon is held at the International Regatta Centre in Penrith and is Australia's oldest triathlon. It consists of 'Enticer' races on Saturday afternoon, and the main triathlon event on t...
29 October 2018
As a teacher, it is my favourite time of year as we begin to see how far students have come. I am proud of Kindergarten who have progressed this year with learning to read and write. They are sta...
29 October 2018
The circus is in town and our very own Bella Grosse from Year 7 has been performing with Webers Circus Wild West Show for five (5) years now.  Bella loves the variety of performing in a circ...
03 September 2018
Thank you for all the various ways that you help your children to support missions causes in our School. Our recent fundraising efforts raised $2,766.00 for our farmers. Let's join together ...
22 October 2018
This month, I set a goal to ride 1000km in the Great Cycle Challenge to fight kids' cancer. As of today, I am pleased to announce that I’ve ridden 1003.7km and raised $3,711.35! My goal when I fi...
22 October 2018
On Thursday 20 September, I had the privilege of taking nine of our Year 5 chess stars to the Nepean Primary Chess Tournament hosted by the NSW Junior Chess League, held at Emu Plains Public School.&n...
22 October 2018
In Terms 2 and 3, Boost students in Years 5 and 6 met regularly on Wednesdays at lunch times to make puppets for the Samaritans Purse Christmas Child shoeboxes. Three thousand shoeboxes are lovin...
01 October 2018
Penrith Christian School is pleased to host an important seminar for parents on Tuesday 23 October, 2018 (7.00 pm): Generations XYZ - how to navigate the gap, presented by Mark McCrindle.&nb...
01 October 2018
Our new Penrith Creative Academy has now been running for a term. We are looking forward to expanding even more during Term 4.  We have a few vacancies in group and individual classes as fol...
01 October 2018
The Penrith Creative Academy is excited to announce a new filmmaking and videography course. This opportunity is open to students in Years 9 to 12. In this course students will enter a two term I...
24 September 2018
Thank you family, friends and students for your great heart for Missions. I hope parents have been blessed by your child’s desire to do extra jobs at home to earn their ‘Coins for Missions.’ Last...
24 September 2018
CanTeen supports young people aged 12-25 living with cancer. They may be experiencing cancer themselves or have a close family member (parent or sibling) with cancer. National Bandanna Day is Can...
24 September 2018
Our Batemans Bay Missions team had a wonderful time serving with Mrs Cheryl Burton’s church, from Wednesday 12 September to Sunday 16 September, 2018. We visited Christian lunchtime groups in thr...
24 September 2018
Within our PCS online eBook library, we have over 1500 titles available to borrow and read on your device. To check out what we have available, visit pcs.wheelers.co Students can log in usin...
24 September 2018
Definition of Sensory Processing: The sensory system takes information from the surrounding environment through touch, smell, sound, vision, taste, movement, and gravity. It processes or int...
17 September 2018
If your child has outgrown last season’s swimwear, or you would like to purchase PCS branded swimwear for the first time, we are placing a bulk order at the end of Term 3. This will ensure that orders...
17 September 2018
As the new librarian, I had no idea of how big Book Day really is at PCS. I had heard stories and seen past photos, so I had an inkling, but that was all. All I can say is WOW!! The enthusiasm that th...
17 September 2018
Prep is always a hive of busy investigations but this week has seen the children turn into the next generation of fashion designers! This play began when children started using large pieces of fabric ...
17 September 2018
Justin Orchard from Year 12, an Electrotechnology VET student, has received the Schools Industry Partnership Award as an outstanding learner who has consistently been observed and evaluated by SIP mem...
17 September 2018
This term in Biblical Studies K-4 classes completed a unit based on the life story of Paul, which is portrayed in the book of Acts in the Bible. The first lesson outlined Paul’s conversion from being ...
09 September 2018
In Term 3, Year 4 are working extremely hard in all Key Learning Areas. They display a great heart for Missions and serving others in a variety of ways. Many students have received their pen licence a...
09 September 2018
Year 6 Students from PCS have recently taken an educational tour of the National Capital. Students were given the opportunity to participate in a variety of educational programs with a focus on Austra...
09 September 2018
Parents, please be reminded that students are not to be picked up from the car park adjacent to the Uniform Shop. For the safety of all children, please either collect your children via Express P...
09 September 2018
Following on from our book we studied during Book Week, The Great Rabbit Chase, Kindy Alligators were set a challenge of creating a rabbit hutch using only mini marshmallows and toothpicks. I was cert...
03 September 2018
At the end of Term 3, Year 6 enjoyed a day at Mr Pickworth’s Farm. The purpose of the day was for the students to get a hands on experience of managing a farm. The students rotated around differe...

Latest News

10 December 2018
On Tuesday 27 November, twenty Year 4 Junior Missions students went to visit Governor Phillip Nursing Home. The gospel went out through songs, cards and the Christmas Story narration. These stude...
10 December 2018
Over the past three weeks Year 10 students have been working hard on a project to make the world a better place, forming teams based on problems which affect our community. This year the projects they...
10 December 2018
Last week nine students and two teachers travelled to New Zealand for the Duke of Edinburgh Hike. Congratulations to Katie Dal Santo who is now on her Gold Award, while Anna Petherick is on her S...
10 December 2018
Year 8 Drama classes participated in a puppet making workshop last week to coincide with a unit of work they have been doing on puppets.  Students made their own puppet which they will now use to...
10 December 2018
In Education Support we often talk about Early Intervention being a key factor in supporting our children. It is often a long journey for families to firstly be informed that their child has special n...
02 December 2018
Art With Punch is a formal exhibition of the HSC major works which also presents the opportunity for our Year 11 artists to display their work.   The talent was exceptional and as we wandere...
02 December 2018
The Victor Chang Cardiac Research institute School Science Awards have been developed to foster and encourage an interest in science among secondary science students and to promote science as a viable...
02 December 2018
Divine Junior School students have finally received the Banner we made and letters we wrote to the students last term. (Snail mail…lots of delays) The $2140.80 we raised has been received and the Bibl...
02 December 2018
The Validation of Assessment for Learning and Individual Development (VALID) program provides end-of-stage diagnostic assessments for the Science KLA (Key Learning Area). It is a state-wide NAPLA...
02 December 2018
Recently some of our Year 8 and Year 9 students attended a STEM incursion.  This involved using critical thinking and problem solving skills to solve a murder. All students were placed in groups,...
26 November 2018
In Term 3, students were selected from Years 3 to 11 to take part in the International Competitions and Assessments for Schools (ICAS) English, and the Australian Mathematics Competition (AMC). T...
26 November 2018
In Week 4 of this term, Year 5 attended Camp at Chaldercot on the Port Hacking River, run by Youthworks.  Everyone had a fantastic time abseiling, canoeing, sailing, fishing, swimming, water...
26 November 2018
In the Year 7 History 2 Class, we have been studying Ancient Rome. Students learnt about Ancient Roman gods and goddesses, the features of Pompeii and Mt Vesuvius and the role that Julius Caesar playe...
26 November 2018
It is so exciting to see the growth in Year 3, which has become quite apparent from the start of the year until now. They conducted themselves fantastically, very settled and very capable, as they par...
26 November 2018
This term, Middle School Missions are pleased to support WestCare in their Christmas Appeal for the homeless and underprivileged in our local area. We are asking for your support by permitting yo...
19 November 2018
Year 7 recently attended an incursion with special guest Charlie McMahon. Charlie is a professional musician and an advocate for the education and preservation of Aboriginal culture. He is widely know...
19 November 2018
On Thursday 15 November, over 400 Year 10 students and teachers from public and private schools, got together to hear some great messages from speakers, empowering them to be the best they can be and ...
19 November 2018
We have just completed our yearly exams for Years 7- 9. I would like to take the opportunity to congratulate some of our top performing students in those exams:Gaumitha Jeganathan in Year 7 got 96%.Je...
12 November 2018
This year our School teams have again participated in F1 in Schools State Finals and we are so proud of their achievements. Our Junior Professional Team, Vectory, was placed 3rd on the podium and...
12 November 2018
On Tuesday last week, we hosted 96 students from Tomeikan High School in Kyuushuu, Japan. It was the first time such a large group visited PCS, and our students and teachers did a great job of ma...
12 November 2018
On Monday 29 October Kindergarten ventured out beyond the gates of the school for our very first excursion. This was not just an adventure within our local area. NO! We went all the way to The Sydney ...
12 November 2018
Ninety six (96) Japanese exchange students came to Australia and we were so blessed to have had them visit our classrooms last week. Year 2 had the pleasure of meeting 16 of these senior students from...
12 November 2018
Thank you to all the students and families who gave generously towards our fundraising efforts on Bandanna Day, Friday 26 October. Together we raised a total of $1420.20! Special thanks also to t...
05 November 2018
This semester, Year 1 has been exploring ‘Features of Places’ in Geography lessons. We learnt about natural, constructed and managed features; researching different types of places and what they conta...
05 November 2018
A NOTICE FROM BUSWAYS: Penrith Council are closing O’Connell St, one of the access points to Claremont Meadows, for a period of seven months. This necessitates a change to the travel pattern...
02 November 2018
All our 2018 volunteer helpers are warmly invited to attend Penrith Christian School’s special ‘Parent Thank You Morning Tea’ event, to let you know how much we appreciate your support and w...
29 October 2018
All students, staff and families in the Penrith Christian School community are welcome to join us on Thursday 15 November (6 pm - 8 pm) for our annual Technology and Creative Arts Showcase. This ...
29 October 2018
The Nepean Triathlon is held at the International Regatta Centre in Penrith and is Australia's oldest triathlon. It consists of 'Enticer' races on Saturday afternoon, and the main triathlon event on t...
29 October 2018
As a teacher, it is my favourite time of year as we begin to see how far students have come. I am proud of Kindergarten who have progressed this year with learning to read and write. They are sta...
29 October 2018
The circus is in town and our very own Bella Grosse from Year 7 has been performing with Webers Circus Wild West Show for five (5) years now.  Bella loves the variety of performing in a circ...
03 September 2018
Thank you for all the various ways that you help your children to support missions causes in our School. Our recent fundraising efforts raised $2,766.00 for our farmers. Let's join together ...
22 October 2018
This month, I set a goal to ride 1000km in the Great Cycle Challenge to fight kids' cancer. As of today, I am pleased to announce that I’ve ridden 1003.7km and raised $3,711.35! My goal when I fi...
22 October 2018
On Thursday 20 September, I had the privilege of taking nine of our Year 5 chess stars to the Nepean Primary Chess Tournament hosted by the NSW Junior Chess League, held at Emu Plains Public School.&n...
22 October 2018
In Terms 2 and 3, Boost students in Years 5 and 6 met regularly on Wednesdays at lunch times to make puppets for the Samaritans Purse Christmas Child shoeboxes. Three thousand shoeboxes are lovin...
01 October 2018
Penrith Christian School is pleased to host an important seminar for parents on Tuesday 23 October, 2018 (7.00 pm): Generations XYZ - how to navigate the gap, presented by Mark McCrindle.&nb...
01 October 2018
Our new Penrith Creative Academy has now been running for a term. We are looking forward to expanding even more during Term 4.  We have a few vacancies in group and individual classes as fol...
01 October 2018
The Penrith Creative Academy is excited to announce a new filmmaking and videography course. This opportunity is open to students in Years 9 to 12. In this course students will enter a two term I...
24 September 2018
Thank you family, friends and students for your great heart for Missions. I hope parents have been blessed by your child’s desire to do extra jobs at home to earn their ‘Coins for Missions.’ Last...
24 September 2018
CanTeen supports young people aged 12-25 living with cancer. They may be experiencing cancer themselves or have a close family member (parent or sibling) with cancer. National Bandanna Day is Can...
24 September 2018
Our Batemans Bay Missions team had a wonderful time serving with Mrs Cheryl Burton’s church, from Wednesday 12 September to Sunday 16 September, 2018. We visited Christian lunchtime groups in thr...
24 September 2018
Within our PCS online eBook library, we have over 1500 titles available to borrow and read on your device. To check out what we have available, visit pcs.wheelers.co Students can log in usin...
24 September 2018
Definition of Sensory Processing: The sensory system takes information from the surrounding environment through touch, smell, sound, vision, taste, movement, and gravity. It processes or int...
17 September 2018
If your child has outgrown last season’s swimwear, or you would like to purchase PCS branded swimwear for the first time, we are placing a bulk order at the end of Term 3. This will ensure that orders...
17 September 2018
As the new librarian, I had no idea of how big Book Day really is at PCS. I had heard stories and seen past photos, so I had an inkling, but that was all. All I can say is WOW!! The enthusiasm that th...
17 September 2018
Prep is always a hive of busy investigations but this week has seen the children turn into the next generation of fashion designers! This play began when children started using large pieces of fabric ...
17 September 2018
Justin Orchard from Year 12, an Electrotechnology VET student, has received the Schools Industry Partnership Award as an outstanding learner who has consistently been observed and evaluated by SIP mem...
17 September 2018
This term in Biblical Studies K-4 classes completed a unit based on the life story of Paul, which is portrayed in the book of Acts in the Bible. The first lesson outlined Paul’s conversion from being ...
09 September 2018
In Term 3, Year 4 are working extremely hard in all Key Learning Areas. They display a great heart for Missions and serving others in a variety of ways. Many students have received their pen licence a...
09 September 2018
Year 6 Students from PCS have recently taken an educational tour of the National Capital. Students were given the opportunity to participate in a variety of educational programs with a focus on Austra...
09 September 2018
Parents, please be reminded that students are not to be picked up from the car park adjacent to the Uniform Shop. For the safety of all children, please either collect your children via Express P...