Best of both worlds..a single-sex education on a co-ed campus

Learn to embrace life’s adventures with resilience, strength and confidence.

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It’s such a happy place….we have room to run, play and grow

More than a school, we’re a thriving community of belonging.

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Nurtured yet challenged

A place where children discover their potential, through the perfect balance of support and encouragement.

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A day in the life of a student
Five students show us a typical day for them at Pittwater House

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Life at Pittwater House
Find out for yourself
Join us on a personal tour with one of our School heads.

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“With a son and daughter, I wanted the benefit of a single-sex education but also knew the importance of socialising them in a co-educational environment. Here we get the best of both worlds.”

Sharon, Pittwater House mum

“Academic growth…. that’s the Pittwater House difference!”

Kellie, Pittwater House mum

“I have three boys, with three different sets of interests. With the enviable facilities available at Pittwater House, each has had the chance to pursue and excel at what they love.”

Katie, Pittwater House mum

“Because we keep student numbers small, we can give individual attention to each student with a real understanding of every child’s abilities and talents.”

Ruth Achurch, Head of Junior School

The girls visiting the harbour

Changes to NAPLAN

A major announcement about NAPLAN was made by NSW Education Minister Rob Stokes today. The Minister ...

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[email protected] Library event with Sandie Docker - secure your seat

We would love for you to come to our next [email protected] Library event with Sandie Docker. Gorgeous local author and mum, Sandie Docker will speak about her path to being published – the ups the downs and the funny moments in between.

Monday 25 June, 6.30pm for a 7pm start.

Price: $12, which includes a glass of wine and light refreshments



How bolstering can help your child aim higher and do better

We’ve all heard the term ‘helicopter parents’, and the theory that this creates children who are too...

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