Facilities & Resources

Facilities

Maitland Christian School has a number of quality educational facilities. These include but are not limited to:

23 Classrooms

2 Music Rooms

3 Computer Labs

Indoor Sports Hall

Auditorium

Playing Fields

Agriculture Plots

Dedicated Primary Art room

3 Science Labs

2 Workshops

Food Technology Room

Textiles Room

2 Senior Kitchen Areas

Our School

Our School is located 10 minutes from the centre of Maitland, in the picturesque Hunter Valley. The school buildings are well-equipped and modern. All classrooms are air-conditioned and well appointed with Information Technology and other educational resources.

The school’s grounds are attractively presented with an abundance of grassy and shaded playground areas for the students to enjoy. There are appropriate play areas for students of different ages, students from across the school often have the opportunity to interact.

Older students show respect for their younger counterparts and the younger students bring vitality to the playground. We also have daily access to the adjacent council oval and to Metford Community Baptist Church’s auditorium and indoor sports hall.

The school is well-serviced by buses, with services from Cessnock, Singleton, Branxton, Seaham, Thornton and Raymond Terrace, as well as in the local Maitland and East Maitland areas. The school is also within easy walking distance of Metford Railway Station.

Master Plan

There is currently a School Master Plan that is being developed and will begin to roll out throughout 2019 and the following years. As Maitland Christian School grows we are committed to ensuring that our facilities are continually improved to ensure the quality of our education continues to excel.

Library

The library is opened at lunch time to all students. We want the library to be a space where children explore and investigate, and take themselves to other worlds.

Fun things that happen through our Library:
• Book week competitions and promotions
• Premiers Reading Challenge
• Scholastic Book Club
• Lego, games, cards, puzzles etc. etc.
• Loans to other community members, eg – parents, playgroup
• Woolworths Earn and Learn
• Liaise with the local libraries to provide access to resources for students and staff
• Host Prep storytimes
• Display student artworks
• Book Fairs
• Encourage recreational reading
• Provide a safe haven for all members of the school community

I love the way the Library can have an ongoing relationship with children from Prep to Year 12. It’s a wonderful constant for children as they move through the school. – Janelle Moore, Teacher Librarian

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