The Tweed Artisan Collective is a not-for-profit organisation and has been a part of the Tweed shire for the past 28years – formerly as the tourism body, Destination Tweed and, since late 2018 reinvented as the region’s food and agritourism industry group.
Our Foundation Sponsors are acknowledged as key contributors to our ongoing work in industry development and consumer awareness of local food and beverage experiences across the Tweed. We would like to sincerely thank our sponsors for their support.
Our school values of compassion, wisdom and respect are underpinned by our Anglican traditions where building genuine relationships through generosity of spirit and care for others; gaining knowledge, understanding, skills and character from learning; and appreciating all within our environment are at our core.
While having all the advantages of a K-12 school, we have adopted a “one school, three sub-schools” approach through our Junior, Middle and Senior Schools allowing us to shape the curriculum in accordance with the developmental phases of our students and helps our educators better manage the transition between the six stages of school life. We cultivate learning through relationships, expert teaching, educational research and innovation throughout our three sub-schools that focus on:
• Leadership: creating the competencies that equip us with hope, clarity and direction.
• Standards: establishing high expectations that empower student involvement, development, achievement, service and voice.
• Collaboration: working together within aligned structures, processes, practices and systems that enable our desired ethos and strategy.
At Lindisfarne, we provide a framework for 21st century learning and future-focused, real-world thinking that equips our students for their lives post-school. Our students graduate enabled and empowered both academically and emotionally to assume responsibility for making a positive contribution to the world.