Tyndale Christian School affirms that each student is fearfully and wonderfully made in the image of God, and is therefore both unique and special to Him. The Bible makes it clear that every person is valuable to God and is therefore entitled to be treated with dignity, respect, love and care irrespective of their race, religion, gender or physical, emotional or intellectual abilities.
Students experience regular primary and secondary assemblies, Easter and Remembrance Day services, pastoral care, and a Biblical Studies programme. Biblical Studies lessons and devotions train the students to develop godly character and their spiritual lives as they discover the gifts and talents God has given them. Senior School students are well equipped for life beyond school as they consider the hope that we possess as Christians, and how to think through ethical issues such as individualism, rules versus rights, environmental care, war, and marriage and sex.
Tyndale Christian School Murray Bridge subscribes to the National Values in Education and the National Safe Schools Framework, plus the Child Protection Policies introduced by Government, and other Governmental and Educational agencies, as these support the Christian world view of ‘love your neighbour’. The safety of students enrolled at Tyndale Christian School Murray Bridge is of paramount importance to the School. Only in a safe learning environment can students reach their full potential.