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Learn, Lead, Serve

  • Investing in each and every student to develop strong values, relationships and life-long skills

  • Because education is a gift for life

  • Empowering children to make positive life decisions

  • Discovering passions and God-given talents

  • Keeping quality education affordable


Located in Fletcher, Newcastle, Bishop Tyrrell Anglican College is a co-educational independent school for children in Preschool to Year 12.

Educating the whole child — physically, intellectually, emotionally and spiritually — as a unique individual with their own God-given talents is at the heart of Bishop Tyrrell.

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Why Bishop Tyrrell

Because education is a gift for life

Choosing the right school for your child is one of the most important decisions you will make as a parent. Every school is different and not every school will be the right fit for your family. To help you, we’ve created a list of what makes Bishop Tyrrell Anglican College different from other schools.

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The Bishop Tyrrell student

Learn for life, lead for life, serve for life

Bishop Tyrrell consistently produces graduates of outstanding character who aspire to make a positive difference in the world. A Bishop Tyrrell education is a gift for life — an education that empowers students to learn for life, lead for life and serve for life. Our graduates will be lifelong learners who possess a strong sense of self.

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Our schools

Discovering passions and God-given talents

Bishop Tyrrell offers children the opportunity to complete their entire education journey (Preschool to Year 12) on the one campus. A Preschool was introduced in 2014 to accommodate an early learning program for four year olds. Our Primary School provides education for Kindergarten to Year 6, while our Secondary School accommodates students from Year 7 to 12.