The Bishop Tyrrell community has much to be thankful for in 2021.

As a learning community, we have been true to our educational vision for each student to be curious and self-confident learners, with a broad and deep knowledge base and a passion for learning. As we know learning has been quite different this year.

Our strategic goals to enhance the learning experience in each stage of learning have led us to introduce new programs from the Reggio Emelia play and inquiry-based learning in Preschool; to teaching children in years 1 and 2 to develop problem-solving skills through learning how to play chess; through to using the Deep Learning Framework which is preparing our students to be confident in communication, critical and creative thinking, teamwork and collaboration – all essential competencies necessary to thrive in the 21st century and beyond.  It’s so important for students to know how to learn and develop a love of learning and to feel confident that they can do this.

Underpinning this in the classroom and online, students and teachers have engaged in all key learning areas and through explicit teaching of skills in literacy and numeracy.

We have also grown our co-curricular programs, in instrumental music, bands, and ensembles and, in new coaching and training opportunities for students in club sports building the foundation for stronger sports participation in 2022.

Congratulations to both students and teachers on your achievements in 2021.  Today we acknowledge your effort, your diligence, and your commitment to producing the very best learning outcomes.

Teachers have very diligently engaged with students and their learning under a range of unique circumstances during this year. They have demonstrated flexibility in the methods available to them to present the content for each subject area and found ways for students to learn new skills face to face or online as the case may be.  They have been creative and adaptable so that you could produce evidence of your learning through various assessments. Teachers have prepared home learning packs and delivered these through “drive by delivery” as well as engaged children in learning on the screen, all day!

Moreover, our teachers continue to be involved in significant training and development activities throughout the year, to learn new skills and prepare for the coming year.

This takes commitment and resilience on the part of our teachers. Please thank our teachers when you see them.

Students, you have also diligently engaged with your learning under these same unique circumstances which have made you to think about how you learn best. In the Early Years and in Primary school learning for the love of learning is so important.

While this year we have been reminded that Face to Face learning is definitely the best, as you go through school and university or TAFE, more and more learning is going to be reliant on technology. So, I encourage you to do two things – learning collaboratively, with friends and with teachers, as much as you can, and, learning for the pleasure of learning, on your own, by setting up a study program and sticking to this. Ultimately you are responsible for your learning, and we have provided secondary school students with the learning analytics program so that you can track your progress.

Rev Jacqui with the Chaplain’s new advent banner gifted to us by Ms. Bain.

All Anglican schools, throughout Australia, focus on academic success. We want you to be a creative and critical thinker, scholar, and problem solver. We don’t want you to just copy and complete We want you to be proud of your learning and gain as much knowledge as you can in the fields that you love to study.

Our College Ministry has been strengthened this year with the arrival of Reverend Jacqui Weston as our College Chaplain. Rev Jacqui has engaged online with other Anglican schools throughout Australia/, met many students and teachers by dropping into Christian Studies lessons, and started to create our Campus Ministry program with a team of teachers and students. This team will work on activities for our service learning, pastoral care, and regular College worship. We are grateful for the spirit and presence you are bringing to our school every day.

Of course, we need to have confidence when we experience something different, such as the unusual circumstances of staying at home during lockdown while focusing on learning. This year we needed to learn how to be resilient and to have faith that “all will be well”. We have introduced Well Being Wednesday in the secondary and followed the You Can do it program in Primary. We learned to be grateful for what we have, to have empathy for others, and to be mindful of our needs and the needs of others as we go about our learning together.

There will always be unusual circumstances in life. You will need to keep on learning all of your life regardless of the circumstances around you, with the tools you have, with faith in your God, and the gifts and talents given to you. Use them wisely while you are at Bishop Tyrrell every day.

It’s been my pleasure to work with you as your Principal for the past two years your 22nd and 23rd years of growth and development. Bishop Tyrrell Anglican College has a strong future. Thank you for letting me be a part of that journey.


Ms. Suzanne Bain


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What a joy to be able to come to the end of the year announcing that our Samaritans Giving Tree was a huge success!! The …



What a joy to be able to come to the end of the year announcing that our Samaritans Giving Tree was a huge success!!

The hundreds of donations from our generous BTAC families will be distributed at the Samaritans Christmas Lunch where they will surely put a smile on lots of faces. When the Samaritans came to collect the gifts, we were expecting a van or small truck which isn’t quite what turned up… and let’s just say you never know just how many gifts you can fit into three carloads in a Suzuki Swift!! As the Samaritans volunteer pointed out, that’s a nice problem to have.

In our final Primary Chapel service for 2021, we reflected on the Three Wise Men, who stepped out in faith and trusted in God’s message to travel to Bethlehem. They left behind everything that was familiar, and their world would never be the same. Yet they embraced that as an opportunity. They travelled afar and celebrated the birth of Jesus, the Son of God, the Prince of Peace. They brought gifts. They bowed down before him.

After another tough year, we know that our world will never be quite the same. As we hope and pray for people to be healthy, for restrictions to be lifted, and to be able to travel to see family, we also know deep down that something about the way we live has changed forever. Perhaps that is our assumption that something like this could never happen to us!

But like the Three Wise Men, we can embrace this change as an opportunity. We can listen to God and step out in faith to new prospects and new callings. We can celebrate the things that we no longer take for granted. As we draw closer to Christmas after another tough year, we are more appreciative than ever of family, good health, and good cheer.

May God bless you and your family this Christmas.


Rev Jacqui Weston

College Chaplain

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We are in full Christmas swing at Preschool with only a week left until the end of the Term. The children have been eager to …



We are in full Christmas swing at Preschool with only a week left until the end of the Term. The children have been eager to get to Preschool each morning and find out what the classroom elves have been up to. The elves have been very cheeky and have plastered the classrooms with toilet paper, disco lights, and paint. They have also set up video calls with Santa himself.  A literacy component has been introduced with many of the children working alongside their educators and peers to create a wish list of gifts that they would like to receive. The children have requested a variety of toys such as baby dolls, stickers, barbie dolls, hot wheels cars, bikes, and transformers and drew pictures and wrote simple words on letters that they posted in Santa’s post box.

The children are very excited for their graduation concert next week as they practice daily, ready to show their families their unique talents.

We would like to thank all our families for their kind donations for the giving tree. Preschool did an amazing job for this heart-warming cause. The children are celebrating this week, for their huge effort with lemonade ice blocks.

The Sparkles and Gems have been busy making Christmas decorations using a salt dough recipe.

The children used their fine motor skills to roll the dough into one large flat piece. They then used dough cutters to cut out a variety of shapes such as stars, stockings, and angels. Once the shapes had dried the children used red, green, and gold paint and glitter to decorate these so that they resembled the more traditional decorations they have hanging on their Christmas trees at home.

Ava ‘Mine is so sparkly!’

Eli ‘I am going to give mine to mum and tell her to put it on the Christmas tree.’

Jonty ‘I made a star one! I will put it on my big tree at home too!’

Addison ‘I put a lot and lots of glitter on mine. My mum will say she loves it!’

The Treasures have continued to explore and experiment with circuits and this knowledge has extended to their quest to make a Christmas tree using dough and loose parts. Working together the children formed several triangular shapes using the dough and placed them together to form the tree. A variety of loose parts such as buttons, leaves, and gumnuts formed the decorations. The real fun began as the children used batteries and LED bulbs to make working lights for the tree. Working closely with their educators, the children manipulated the LED bulbs and attached them to the batteries using masking tape.

Hudson ‘Ohhh wow! That is so cool! I love the lights!’

Mark ‘Look it is shiny!’

Manreet ‘It is so pretty with all the lights on the tree.’

Stella ‘The lights only work when you put them with those round batteries’

Logan ‘Yeah but you need to put tape on those lights else they will just go apart and won’t work.’

The children have been busy this week making Christmas biscuits and chocolate balls. This process has involved the children following directions, exploring different shapes and forms, and making further connections with print and its many uses (such as writing to communicate a recipe). This has also been a great experience to incorporate numeracy as we discuss the measurements of the ingredients to add. The children worked side by side with their educators to measure the ingredient and add them to the food processor to form a smooth mixture. The mixture was rolled out and the children used cookie cutters to make the biscuits. Once cooked and cooled the children iced their biscuits to enjoy as an after-lunch treat.

Matilda ‘Mine was so yummy.’

Jayden ‘I like the icing the best.’

Zaylee ‘I think we should cook all the time. It was so fun!’

Eddie ‘I love biscuits and now I can make them myself. Maybe Santa will want some? I can make some for him.’

We would love to hear about how you celebrate Christmas at home with your family? Do you make decorations? Perhaps you have a special Christmas recipe that you enjoy cooking like the shortbread biscuits? Or you might have a fun and inventive Christmas tree like the Treasures? As always, we love when you share your pictures and traditions with us.

Wishing all our families a very Merry Christmas and a safe and Happy New Year.


Michelle Neylan
Preschool Director

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On behalf of the Primary Teachers, we would like to wish all our families the very best for the Christmas holidays. It has been a …



On behalf of the Primary Teachers, we would like to wish all our families the very best for the Christmas holidays. It has been a very different year in education, but our students rose to the challenges they faced with confidence and resilience. Enjoy the break and we can wait to do it all again in 2022. God Bless.


What a year it has been! We have been truly impressed by the growth and resilience Kindergarten students have shown this year. Kindergarten enjoyed a number of end-of-year celebrations including Pirate Day, Water Fun Day, and Motiv8 Sport sessions. We would just like to take this opportunity to thank all of the Kindergarten families for their support across an exciting yet unique year of learning. Have a wonderful Christmas break!

Year 1

What an amazing end to the year the ONE-derfuls have had! The students were so excited that they renamed the final week of school ‘EPIC WEEK’! It kicked off with a water day extravaganza and it was so amazing to see the kids draw on their You Can Do It skills to get through the activities. They needed organisation to have all of their swimming belongings packed; confidence to ride the big slide into a small pool at the bottom; persistence and getting along skills during the sponge wars; and not to mention resilience when faced with some very trying challenges during the activities! Epic Week continued with Year 1 Christian Studies plays being performed under the guidance of Mr. Durie in front of a live audience – we definitely have some megastars in the making! And the week continued with class parties, discos, and non-stop fun. Mrs. Marshall, Mr. Dyball, Mrs. Hurrell, Mrs. Hollingsworth, Mrs. Herron, Mrs. Barrett and Miss Woolmer would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the Year 1 boys and girls for the amazing efforts they have shown this year. We are all so proud of you and will miss you very much.


Year 2

have been working hard to complete this year with a bang. Our writing unit has been a blast with many procedures being written prior to creating hand-drawn Christmas cards, craft roll Santas, and the cutest wool beanies you ever did see! We have been doing lots of shopping and finding the change from a variety of amounts, large and small. This Semester finished with a hugely popular ‘Water Fun Day’, which included a massive inflatable slide, Slip ‘n Slide, and sponge water fight. Mr. Clarkson proved the most popular target, possibly because of his outstanding Christmas rashie! Year 2 has been learning about the value of ‘giving’ in Christian Studies, and our exceptional number of donations to the Samaritans’ Christmas Appeal was hugely appreciated.

Year 3

The end of the year has arrived, and it is a time of thankfulness. We reflect on the past year and all that has happened and how we have managed to come through smiling. Our students have grown in stature and maturity and are ready for the transition into Year Four. We have continued to learn through the past fortnight and text-books are completed and coming home.

Swimming finished last week, and the students showed progress and stamina even in a month. The fun Water Slide Day was a happy time to splash in the water and the students expended their energy climbing up the slide to rush down to the other side into the pool, sliding on their tummies on the slippery dip and throwing wet sponges at one another.

We have learnt about shadows, reflections, and silhouettes in science and had created shadow puppets to entertain each other with a show. Dragons were a feature! Crafting in paper was enjoyed where Christmas decorations and snowflakes were cut and glued.

During the final week, we watched ‘Indian in the Cupboard’, a magical story of adventure and intrigue. We celebrated the achievements of those accepting sporting awards as well as those receiving academic awards at Speech Day. The classes finished the year with a party and games. It has been a roller coaster year but very rewarding, nonetheless.

Year Three staff thank all the parents and students for the year and wish everyone good health and a Merry Christmas and a very happy and safe festive season.

Year 4

This Summer Australia finds itself thrust into a La Niña weather cycle so be prepared for a wetter than normal holiday season. This week Year Four embraced La Niña and had a much wetter than usual Monday. As a celebration for the end of term we slipped, sprayed, slid, and got very wet, all to celebrate the end of the school year. COVID restrictions still had us in classes instead of holding an entire school event, but it was a fabulous way to say goodbye to this year, and fun was had by all.

Year 5

have really made the most of the last couple of weeks of school. For Writing, they collaborated in groups and used their creativity to design a Food Truck that included a logo, a slogan, food menu, recipes, and some very creative designs. Students continued revising over their procedure writing this week by delving into rocky road making with Miss Gillespie who has been in 5RE on her University placement. It has been an absolute pleasure to have Miss Gillespie join us on Year Five and we wish her all the best in her future career of teaching. Another highlight from the past week was, of course, the BTAC Water Day held on Monday. Students enjoyed spending some quality time with their peers on some fantastic water slides. Year Five has had a blast this year. 2021 has been another challenging but memorable year for us all. Our Year Five students have blown us away with their resilience and their positive attitude. We have enjoyed many laughs and fun moments together and hope the students have a relaxing and enjoyable Christmas with their family and friends.

Year 6

have made it to the end of their Primary journey and have accomplished this with compassion, respect, and love for each other. The graduates were celebrated last week when they attended their Year 6 Graduation. The hall was adorned in all things Hollywood-themed to celebrate the stars they are. There were many laughs, dancing, great food, and a few tears here and there (the teachers had the tissues at hand for themselves). They were reminded of all of their memories that were made over the years through the digital presentations organised by their teachers, and their celebratory digital dance performance was a massive hit. For those who would like to watch the Year 6 Graduation, you can still access this on CALEB. All teachers would like to thank the students for their persistence and resilience over the past year. We would also like to thank the parents for all of their support in another uncertain year. You should all be very proud of your young men and women.


We can not wait to hear all about their accomplishments throughout secondary school. They have all been such a pleasure to teach and will be missed greatly.


Mark Durie
Head of Junior School

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Secondary Academic

Guy Claxton, a very well respected educational thinker and researcher says: “Learning – real learning – isn’t about getting things right the first time…it’s about …


Secondary Academic

Guy Claxton, a very well respected educational thinker and researcher says: “Learning – real learning – isn’t about getting things right the first time…it’s about discovering and being given worthwhile challenges, it’s about working hard with imagination and accepting critique…in the end, you come out with something you feel proud of….all need to experience that rush of deep pride and satisfaction.”

This sort of learning takes courage. You have to believe you can learn and grow.  Fear of learning is the dreaded expectancy that anything that could go wrong, will go wrong. So, if you are a fearful learner, you don’t try, you give up, freeze, avoid challenges and critique.

With this in mind, I ask you to reflect on your learning so this year.

  • When did you believe in the potential that lies in you?
  • When did you let fear stop you from learning and growing?
  • How did you work to put your learning fears to death last semester?

Did you:

  • Talk to someone
  • Change your self-talk
  • Seek help or work with others
  • Accept feedback and apply it
  • Find a role model
  • Find new resources or try new ways to approach a challenge?

Did you take time to reflect on and celebrate the incredible things that having faith in yourself helped you achieve this semester? If you didn’t, gift yourself some special moments to do so during the holiday break. By doing so, you all will get the chance to experience a rush of deep pride and satisfaction that comes with knowing that you will be really learning!

This week we recognize those who have had the courage to ‘face their learning fears to death’! We acknowledge their dedication, talent, skills and resilience. Congratulations to all who received awards this week. You should be very proud. You should also be confident that, with courage and faith in yourself, you will continue to grow and achieve.

Please congratulate the following students who received Frist in subject awards at this week’s Secondary Assembly.

Year 7 Subjects Name
Mathematics James G
Technology eq Bianca T
Technology eq Lachlan Y
English Caitlin Q
Science Caitlin Q
Geography Eve C
Japanese Eve C
Music Eve C
Personal Development, Health and Physical Education Eve C
Visual Arts Eve C

Year 8 Subjects Name
Mathematics eq Rafe H
Japanese Faith V
Music Breanna W
Technology Cooper H
English Reshma R
History Reshma R
Personal Development, Health and Physical Education eq Reshma R
STEM Reshma R
Mathematics eq Mikayla W
Music Extension Mikayla W
Personal Development, Health and Physical Education eq Mikayla W
Science Mikayla W
Visual Arts Mikayla W

Year 9 Subjects Name
Commerce Dascha H
Drama Madison H
Maths Honours eq Ryan L
Visual Arts Tara M
Design and Technology Max R
Maths Honours eq Jessica L
Music Jessica L
Elective History Elysia D
English Elysia D
Geography Elysia D
Mathematics Elysia D
Photographic and Digital Media Elysia D
Food Technology Jazmine O
Personal Development, Health and Physical Education Jazmine O
Physical Activity and Sports Studies Jazmine O
Science Jazmine O
Visual Design Jazmine O

Year 10 Subjects Name
Personal Development, Health and Physical Education  Dylan B
Design and Technology  Sebastian P
Commerce eq  Gurtaj S
Physical Activity and Sports Studies eq  Ella S
Drama  Matilda T
Commerce eq  Mia W
Information Software Technology  Jacob W
Physical Activity and Sports Studies eq  Hallie B
STEM  Hallie B
Mathematics  Abigail K
Photographic and Digital Media  Abigail K
Visual Design  Abigail K
English  Lyla C
History  Lyla C
Mathematics Honours  Lyla C
Music  Lyla C
Science  Lyla C
Visual Arts  Lyla C

Year 11 Subjects Name
Mathematics Standard  Zane B
Information Processes Technology  Simranpreet K
Sports, Lifestyle and Recreation  Zachary M
Community and Family Studies  Madison N
Ancient History  Kiara H
Business Studies  Kiara H
Music  Talia Ann R
Personal Development, Health and Physical Education  Talia Ann R
Biology  Khiera B
English Advanced  Khiera B
English Extension  Khiera B
Mathematics Advanced  Khiera B
Design and Technology  Jackson L
English Standard  Jackson L
Visual Arts  Jackson L
Visual Design  Jackson L
Chemistry  Megan W
Engineering Studies  Megan W
Mathematics Extension  Megan W
Physics  Megan W


Tania Lloyd

Deputy Principal / Head of Secondary

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From the Heads of 7-9 and 10-12 “I wish it need not have happened in my time,” said Frodo. “So do I,” said Gandalf, “and …


Secondary Pastrol

From the Heads of 7-9 and 10-12

“I wish it need not have happened in my time,” said Frodo.
“So do I,” said Gandalf, “and so do all who live to see such times. But that is not for them to decide. All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.”    
J.R.R. Tolkien – The Fellowship of The Ring

It would be easy, reflecting on the year that has passed, to wish for less obstacles, smoother sailing, and a return to what we used to call ‘normal’. However, as Gandalf astutely points out – that is out of our control. What IS under our control is what we do with the time given us regardless of the circumstances. As the final week of school for 2021 draws to a close, in a whirlwind of award ceremonies, end of year Christmas parties, and farewelling our Year 12 cohort into life beyond the College – it is worth pausing for a moment and reflecting on what we have achieved this year as a Secondary community. The Resilience Project, a program that we will be investing in from 2022 onwards, proposes that people who practice gratitude, empathy, and mindfulness have overall better mental health. With this in mind, the final message from Mrs. Carlson and myself will be framed using these three ideas.

GRATITUDE: Firstly, I am grateful for the students we have in Secondary. Throughout the year they have demonstrated remarkable perseverance, grace, and good humour as they have worked online, sanitised, worn masks, and generally rolled with the constantly changing landscape of school amidst a pandemic. I am also grateful for the wonderful staff we have in the Secondary school, particularly in their roles as tutors. I am grateful for the time and energy our staff have invested into the wellbeing of our students – and have been frequently impressed by the care and investment they have made into the lives of our young people in years 7 to 12. Lastly, I am also grateful for Mrs. Lauren Carlson who has stepped into Mr. Bull’s Head of 7-9 role with enthusiasm during Term 4. It has been wonderful watching her forge relationships with students in these year groups – supporting them and helping them navigate life at the College.

EMPATHY: Reflecting on empathy I want to acknowledge our Senior students in both Years 11 and 12. Whilst all year groups have had events like camps impacted – I can’t help but feel for our senior students whose rites of passage have been changed or cancelled due to ongoing government-imposed restrictions. The HSC itself has been a prickly beast to tame with extended study leave and examinations starting and finishing a full month later than normal. As the year comes to a close, we have been able to celebrate with the inaugural Year 11 Semi-Formal, and we are looking forward with anticipation to Friday’s Valedictory Formal. At the same time, we sympathise with our seniors for the ways in which their senior years have not played out in the way they had probably planned.

MINDFULLNESS: With the festive season stretching out in front of us it is a time for family, friendship, and the proverbial refilling of our tanks. Summer in Newcastle holds much to look forward too and we would be wise to set aside time for the refreshment of our minds and bodies. For me personally, this will include time at the beach with my kids, staying on top of my book club responsibilities, a few nice long bike rides – and lastly taking time to reflect upon why the God of the universe might send his son to earth for us. In the hustle and bustle of Christmas I will be doing my best to remember Jesus – who is at the heart of the Christmas story.

Lastly, finishing the year with another student success, a huge congratulations to Bonnie and Kierra from Year 9 who were awarded FIRST PLACE along with their team at the ‘Cheerbrandz’ Cheer Competition in Sydney on Saturday. The girls competed against teams from all around Australia. Mrs. Carlson had the privilege of watching the girls and reports that their skills are absolutely amazing! Well done girls, we are very proud of you.

Bonnie-1st open level 2

2nd-junior level 4

3rd-junior level 2

Kierra-1st open level 2

2nd-junior level 4

1st- level 6

level 6 grand champs

Have a wonderful Christmas break and we look forward to what 2022 will hold for us here in Secondary!


Mr Cummings and Mrs Carlson

Ms Tania Lloyd

Deputy Principal / Head of Secondary School

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Sports Corner

Last week saw us celebrate the contributions our students have made to co-curricular and sports programs at the College, as we recognised the individual and …


Sports Corner

Last week saw us celebrate the contributions our students have made to co-curricular and sports programs at the College, as we recognised the individual and team efforts of our sporting stars. Events such as this make us reflect on the year that has passed and I look back on the year in Sport with many fond memories. From being able to host 3 sports carnivals, eagerly watched on by families and the College community, to having numerous students trial and achieve success in their chosen sporting field. Some words come to mind such as teamwork, participation, resilience, persistence, and courage. I have been blown away by acts of kindness and support, such as when our secondary students assisted our Kindergarten and Year 1 students swim 25m in the ‘big pool’. I was inspired by our Year 12 cohort who participated in large numbers at all carnivals and were true role models for their peers in the manner they cheered on and encouraged each other. I was humbled by the resilience and commitment shown by students who trained for weeks leading up to a competition, only to have it cancelled due to Covid. I congratulate all students who participated in Sporting teams and events this year and welcome your involvement next year. I encourage all students to trial for various College teams in 2022 and we look forward to seeing you out there.

During our Sports Presentation, we were lucky enough to speak with Rohan Browning, the Australian 100m sprint champion and cult-figure Olympian. Rohan spoke thoughtfully throughout the interview, discussing how he manages the challenges of being an elite athlete, particularly in the era of a pandemic, and what drives him to become the best he can be. His advice for us all was incredible and I am have no doubt students took something away from his words.

I would like to say a huge thank you to all of the staff, family members, and students who have assisted in the coaching and/or running of our sporting teams this year. Your time, patience, hard work, and encouragement are greatly appreciated and I look forward to working with you in 2022.

More photos from the Livestream Cocorricular Awards

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Rob Eddy

College Sport Coordinator & Year 5 Teacher

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Careers Congratulations to our Year 12 (2021) students who have done so well despite challenging circumstances. Over 70% of our students have received early offers …




Congratulations to our Year 12 (2021) students who have done so well despite challenging circumstances. Over 70% of our students have received early offers into their first preference University courses, before the HSC exams even finished, which is a fantastic achievement. We wish them all the very best in all of their future endeavours!


Holidays are the perfect time to relax and enjoy a good book. Reading for even just 10 minutes a day has been shown to provide lots of benefits – and not just academically! Regular reading can also increase empathy, prevent memory loss, reduce stress, and improve skills including concentration, decision-making, verbal and analytical skills.

This is why we’re encouraging everyone to read for at least 10 minutes a day during the Christmas holidays. Use this Reading Challenge prompt sheet if you’re struggling for ideas on what to read next.

Happy holidays, and happy reading!

Adrianna Demmocks 

Librarian and Careers Advisor • Library

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Lost property The College Office has a number of PE jackets and jumpers with no names on them so they have been placed in boxes …



Lost property

The College Office has a number of PE jackets and jumpers with no names on them so they have been placed in boxes on the verandah out the front of the Office.

If anyone is missing either item could you please come and have a look at either Recess or Lunch.

Bishop Tyrrell Anglican College Uniform Shop

January School Holiday trading hours – OPEN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

 Monday 17th January – 8:30 am to 1:00 pm & 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm Tuesday 18th January – 8:30 am to 1:00 pm & 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm Wednesday 19th January – 8:30 am to 1:00 pm & 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm Thursday 20th January – 8:30 am to 1:00 pm & 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm Friday 21st January – 8:30 am to 1:00 pm & 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm Monday 24th January – 8:30 am to 1:00 pm & 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm

Tuesday 25th January – 8:30 am to 1.00 pm & 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm

Wednesday 26th January – CLOSED PUBLIC HOLIDAY

Thursday 27th January – 8:30 am to 1:00 pm & 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm

Friday 28th January – 8 am to 10 am

Term 1 2022, Week 2.

 Normal hours of operation from Monday 31st January 2022 8:00 am-10:00 am (School Term only)

Ordering through Flexischools for uniforms is available from the 17th as well if parents know the sizes of what they want and just want to pick up from here or the office rather than making an appointment.

Closed Thursday 2nd December 2021 – Friday 14th January 2022 (inclusive)