Aidanfield Christian School serves families who are looking for a school with strong biblical values and world view as the foundation of their child’s school experience. We are based in Christchurch, New Zealand and welcome pupils from many nations to our community. Our school has a focus on excellent academic learning, and because of our small size and high quality staff, we know and support our our pupils very well.
Our boys, Arthur and Zale Tian have enjoyed their studies and made good progress in their academic studies. We are happy and satisfied with Aidanfield Christian School since our boys started in early 2019 until now.
My daughter, Vicky Zhang, has made good progress in her academic study since January 2019. We are happy and satisfied with Aidanfield Christian School.
It is been more than two years since Bingyan started his year 5 at Aidanfield Christian School, we are satisfied with the school. Bingyan is happy with his class and he feels loved and cared for at school.
I believe that Arianna will succeed and thrive with confidence and compassion under a strong understanding of Biblical values. My 4 year-old son will soon join his sister and follow the Lord’s paths. I am so looking forward to having him join ACS.
If you decide to live in New Zealand or to send your children to study in New Zealand, I strongly recommend that ACS is the best school.
Principal, Mark Richardson, introduces our school. Aidanfield Christian School is a medium sized school in New Zealand, welcoming students age 5-15 years (Year 1-Year 10).
Also hear from Theresa Thomson, Head of Middle School, and Janice Phillips, Head of Primary School.
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“The school has a strong focus on wellbeing for all students. The development of the emotional and social competencies embodied in their valued outcomes of character, purpose, and learning are monitored through the curriculum and reported to parents….
There are a large number of students for whom English is a second language and these students are very well supported through specialist teachers and programmes to make accelerated progress.”