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18 March 2019
Our Year 3 and Year 4 Junior Mission students have been busy creating flyers and role plays to help promote our National Missions Fundraiser to Support Down Syndrome NSW, the ‘Lots of Socks’ Fund...
18 March 2019
We were very excited to announce our new Middle School Student Leadership team for 2019 in assembly last Wednesday. We are very proud of all of the students who have put up their hand to grow and to s...
18 March 2019
We would like to congratulate Jazmine Alessio, Penrith Christian School Graduating Class of 2018, on being invited to display her Major Textiles Project as part of the 2019 TexStyle Exhibition at the ...
18 March 2019
Prep have turned into would-be entomologists as we have spent time this term studying insects. This project has emerged from the children’s interest in the little creatures found in our environment. T...
18 March 2019
My name is Ashleigh Ure. I have had the pleasure of starting at PCS this year, having joined the team in the Mathematics Department. I come to PCS from a local government school, and have previously t...
14 March 2019
Join us on 19 June 2019 for our annual OPEN DAY! We invite friends, family and anyone who would like to see what Penrith Christian School is all about, to come along. Activities include:Student S...
11 March 2019
Martin Garcia and the Word of Life Australia team brought 'KickOff' to PCS on Friday 8 March. Martin and his team of Bible College students from Florida, USA, ran two sessions: one for Junior School (...
11 March 2019
On Wednesday 6 March, Year 5 families attended our annual Welcome to Middle School BBQ. We were thankful the weather held out for us, and the night was a huge success. It was fabulous to see all the f...
11 March 2019
I would like to introduce two new additions to Mathematics staff in 2019. This staffing is intended to provide support for students in our continued implementation of 21st Century Learning in Mathemat...
11 March 2019
Congratulations to all our students who represented PCS at the recent Nepean Zone Swimming Carnivals. Everyone competed with sportsmanship and determination to put in their best efforts. It was fantas...
11 March 2019
The Year 12 Physics class have been building motors over the past few months and explaining how they work using the principles of electromagnetism. These models contribute to their Depth Study Assessm...
11 March 2019
Only around 5% of NSW children eat enough vegetables. To help our community do better, our school will be taking part in The Big Vegie Crunch (part of Vegetable Week) at 10 am on Thursday 4 April.&nbs...
07 March 2019
As an expression of our gratitude and desire to honour our PCS mums on Mother’s Day, we invite you to our Tea-riffic High Tea at 1.30 pm on Friday 10 May, 2019. There will be beautiful food, as w...
07 March 2019
Educational Support Teacher(0.8 FTE Maternity Leave Contract) Penrith Christian School is a well-established and vibrant Christian community, providing an exciting and innovative learning environ...
04 March 2019
PCS Middle School students Isaac Cavanagh (Year 8) and David Quinn (Year 7) recently returned from representing Australia as part of the Australian Ice Crocs Ice Hockey team at the 60th Anni...
04 March 2019
The NAPLAN exams for students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 will take place between Tuesday 14 May to Friday 24 May 2019. The NAPLAN exams will be completed online this year, and we will also be running an o...
04 March 2019
What a fabulous start to Year 2! The Golden Retrievers and the Polar Bears are well and truly in the swing of school and are already achieving some fantastic learning goals! We have welcomed some...
04 March 2019
Students at PCS once again have the opportunity to take part in the Premier’s Reading Challenge. The Challenge is a special initiative of the Premier of NSW presented by the NSW Department of Educatio...
04 March 2019
Years 7 and 8 had a great time on camp at Collaroy recently. We hope that the students came home suitably exhausted after three days of challenging fun. For many students, it was their very first time...
04 March 2019
Friday 22 February was the last day of Seminar Week for Years 11 and 12. Year 11 spent the day in the Blue Mountains, with one group bushwalking at Wentworth Falls and another group canyoning in Katoo...
04 March 2019
The Validation of Assessment for Learning and Individual Development (VALID) program provides end-of-stage diagnostic assessments for the Science KLA. It is a statewide NAPLAN style exam for Years 8 a...
25 February 2019
The 2019 Years 3-6 Swimming Carnival was held in Week 3 this term. It was a very hot and muggy day, but it was great to see tremendous enthusiasm by the students in entering plenty of events and cheer...
25 February 2019
F1 in Schools is an internationally recognised competition in which school students around the world design and manufacture miniature Formula One cars, and then race them. They compete at Regiona...
25 February 2019
Welcome to our new students and families starting in Senior School this year. The start of the year has been a busy one with all our students out and about in various spaces. Year 9 went on ...
25 February 2019
The Validation of Assessment for Learning and Individual Development (VALID) program provides end-of-stage diagnostic assessments for the Science KLA. It is a state-wide NAPLAN style exam for Years 8 ...
25 February 2019
The new Junior School iCentre is open for business!  Late last year, the Junior School library was moved in order to create a Senior Study space in the big iCentre building. Junior School no...
25 February 2019
We love how all our Year 4 students are all leaders as they begin to serve our Junior School throughout the year. I had the privilege to talk to our two Year 4 classes about what makes a good leader, ...
25 February 2019
Year 1 enjoyed starting their History studies of ‘Past and Present Family History’ with a History Mystery. Students were given a historical object, and in pairs discussed what they thought it was...
25 February 2019
We have already met Middle and Senior School students as they borrow their textbooks for the year, and Junior School classes have also begun this week. The iCentre’s focus is to assist students and st...
17 February 2019
We are off and racing in the Kindergarten team. It has been so exciting getting to know our new little friends and exploring ‘big school’ together. One thing we hear almost every year from some of our...
11 February 2019
WHAT IS CRUNCH&SIP©?Crunch&Sip© is a break during classstudents refuel on fruit and/or vegetables, and rehydrate on waterCrunch&Sip© assists with physical and mental performance,...
11 February 2019
Congratulations Tim and Amanda Copeland on the arrival of Lorelai Joan, born Friday 1 February 2019 weighing in at 3.596k. Tim is on staff in our IT Department and we wish them all the very best ...
11 February 2019
The 2019 Years 7 - 12 Swimming Carnival was held on Wednesday 6 February at Ripples Penrith. It was a sunny and humid day, and a great way to start the school year. There was great participation of st...
07 February 2019
Early Childhood families are invited to join us for ‘Meet The Teacher 2019’ on Tuesday 12 February 2019 (7.15 pm - 8.00 pm). We warmly invite all parents of students from Preschool and Prep to co...
07 February 2019
Junior School and Middle School families are invited to join us for ‘Meet The Teacher 2019’ on Tuesday 12 February 2019 (7.00 pm - 8.45 pm).  We warmly invite all parents of students fr...
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 ...

Latest News

18 March 2019
Our Year 3 and Year 4 Junior Mission students have been busy creating flyers and role plays to help promote our National Missions Fundraiser to Support Down Syndrome NSW, the ‘Lots of Socks’ Fund...
18 March 2019
We were very excited to announce our new Middle School Student Leadership team for 2019 in assembly last Wednesday. We are very proud of all of the students who have put up their hand to grow and to s...
18 March 2019
We would like to congratulate Jazmine Alessio, Penrith Christian School Graduating Class of 2018, on being invited to display her Major Textiles Project as part of the 2019 TexStyle Exhibition at the ...
18 March 2019
Prep have turned into would-be entomologists as we have spent time this term studying insects. This project has emerged from the children’s interest in the little creatures found in our environment. T...
18 March 2019
My name is Ashleigh Ure. I have had the pleasure of starting at PCS this year, having joined the team in the Mathematics Department. I come to PCS from a local government school, and have previously t...
14 March 2019
Join us on 19 June 2019 for our annual OPEN DAY! We invite friends, family and anyone who would like to see what Penrith Christian School is all about, to come along. Activities include:Student S...
11 March 2019
Martin Garcia and the Word of Life Australia team brought 'KickOff' to PCS on Friday 8 March. Martin and his team of Bible College students from Florida, USA, ran two sessions: one for Junior School (...
11 March 2019
On Wednesday 6 March, Year 5 families attended our annual Welcome to Middle School BBQ. We were thankful the weather held out for us, and the night was a huge success. It was fabulous to see all the f...
11 March 2019
I would like to introduce two new additions to Mathematics staff in 2019. This staffing is intended to provide support for students in our continued implementation of 21st Century Learning in Mathemat...
11 March 2019
Congratulations to all our students who represented PCS at the recent Nepean Zone Swimming Carnivals. Everyone competed with sportsmanship and determination to put in their best efforts. It was fantas...
11 March 2019
The Year 12 Physics class have been building motors over the past few months and explaining how they work using the principles of electromagnetism. These models contribute to their Depth Study Assessm...
11 March 2019
Only around 5% of NSW children eat enough vegetables. To help our community do better, our school will be taking part in The Big Vegie Crunch (part of Vegetable Week) at 10 am on Thursday 4 April.&nbs...
07 March 2019
As an expression of our gratitude and desire to honour our PCS mums on Mother’s Day, we invite you to our Tea-riffic High Tea at 1.30 pm on Friday 10 May, 2019. There will be beautiful food, as w...
07 March 2019
Educational Support Teacher(0.8 FTE Maternity Leave Contract) Penrith Christian School is a well-established and vibrant Christian community, providing an exciting and innovative learning environ...
04 March 2019
PCS Middle School students Isaac Cavanagh (Year 8) and David Quinn (Year 7) recently returned from representing Australia as part of the Australian Ice Crocs Ice Hockey team at the 60th Anni...
04 March 2019
The NAPLAN exams for students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 will take place between Tuesday 14 May to Friday 24 May 2019. The NAPLAN exams will be completed online this year, and we will also be running an o...
04 March 2019
What a fabulous start to Year 2! The Golden Retrievers and the Polar Bears are well and truly in the swing of school and are already achieving some fantastic learning goals! We have welcomed some...
04 March 2019
Students at PCS once again have the opportunity to take part in the Premier’s Reading Challenge. The Challenge is a special initiative of the Premier of NSW presented by the NSW Department of Educatio...
04 March 2019
Years 7 and 8 had a great time on camp at Collaroy recently. We hope that the students came home suitably exhausted after three days of challenging fun. For many students, it was their very first time...
04 March 2019
Friday 22 February was the last day of Seminar Week for Years 11 and 12. Year 11 spent the day in the Blue Mountains, with one group bushwalking at Wentworth Falls and another group canyoning in Katoo...
04 March 2019
The Validation of Assessment for Learning and Individual Development (VALID) program provides end-of-stage diagnostic assessments for the Science KLA. It is a statewide NAPLAN style exam for Years 8 a...
25 February 2019
The 2019 Years 3-6 Swimming Carnival was held in Week 3 this term. It was a very hot and muggy day, but it was great to see tremendous enthusiasm by the students in entering plenty of events and cheer...
25 February 2019
F1 in Schools is an internationally recognised competition in which school students around the world design and manufacture miniature Formula One cars, and then race them. They compete at Regiona...
25 February 2019
Welcome to our new students and families starting in Senior School this year. The start of the year has been a busy one with all our students out and about in various spaces. Year 9 went on ...
25 February 2019
The Validation of Assessment for Learning and Individual Development (VALID) program provides end-of-stage diagnostic assessments for the Science KLA. It is a state-wide NAPLAN style exam for Years 8 ...
25 February 2019
The new Junior School iCentre is open for business!  Late last year, the Junior School library was moved in order to create a Senior Study space in the big iCentre building. Junior School no...
25 February 2019
We love how all our Year 4 students are all leaders as they begin to serve our Junior School throughout the year. I had the privilege to talk to our two Year 4 classes about what makes a good leader, ...
25 February 2019
Year 1 enjoyed starting their History studies of ‘Past and Present Family History’ with a History Mystery. Students were given a historical object, and in pairs discussed what they thought it was...
25 February 2019
We have already met Middle and Senior School students as they borrow their textbooks for the year, and Junior School classes have also begun this week. The iCentre’s focus is to assist students and st...
17 February 2019
We are off and racing in the Kindergarten team. It has been so exciting getting to know our new little friends and exploring ‘big school’ together. One thing we hear almost every year from some of our...
11 February 2019
WHAT IS CRUNCH&SIP©?Crunch&Sip© is a break during classstudents refuel on fruit and/or vegetables, and rehydrate on waterCrunch&Sip© assists with physical and mental performance,...
11 February 2019
Congratulations Tim and Amanda Copeland on the arrival of Lorelai Joan, born Friday 1 February 2019 weighing in at 3.596k. Tim is on staff in our IT Department and we wish them all the very best ...
11 February 2019
The 2019 Years 7 - 12 Swimming Carnival was held on Wednesday 6 February at Ripples Penrith. It was a sunny and humid day, and a great way to start the school year. There was great participation of st...
07 February 2019
Early Childhood families are invited to join us for ‘Meet The Teacher 2019’ on Tuesday 12 February 2019 (7.15 pm - 8.00 pm). We warmly invite all parents of students from Preschool and Prep to co...
07 February 2019
Junior School and Middle School families are invited to join us for ‘Meet The Teacher 2019’ on Tuesday 12 February 2019 (7.00 pm - 8.45 pm).  We warmly invite all parents of students fr...
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...