Identity, Purpose and Culture
Emmanuel Anglican College is an inclusive coeducational Anglican school community in Ballina, New South Wales. We share a passion for an holistic education designed for learning, living and leading that anticipates the possibilities of the future.
We seek to grow each student to become a person of character who is inspired by excellence and adaptability, whose life is modelled on that of Jesus, and who, through courage, creativity, compassion and citizenship, strives to create a better world.
Learning, Living, Leading
An holisitic education focused on these graduate outcomes aims to support the spiritual, physical, intellectual, emotional, social and cultural development of a complete, whole, community-minded person in a designed fashion.
Learning, living and leading for us must all be done in anticipation of the future. This means we strive to be forward-thinking, innovative and adaptable in seeking solutions for life.
It is important to us that we all work together to grow the knowledge, skills, disposition and habits of mind that will equip our students to be confident and ready for all aspects of life. To this end, we seek to grow each student to become a person of character:
|Learning||Who is inspired by excellence and adaptability: This sort of person reveals resilience and the ability to deal with challenge and change, while striving for continual learning and improvement.|
|Living||Whose life is modelled on that of Jesus: This sort of person seeks to live out the integrity that we see in Jesus (including love, humility, compassion, mercy, forgiveness, grace, inspiring others, charity and generosity) in their daily life, whether they are being watched or not.|
|Leading||Who, through courage, creativity, compassion and citizenship, strives to create a better world: This sort of person responds positively to the opportunities to serve in their local, regional and global communities and displays a character shaped by: