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Our Three Campuses

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Stanmore 7-12

Stanmore K-6

Lindfield K-6

Newington College has shown itself to be a school that is “on the move” and a school that provides a vast array of opportunities for our boys to discover what’s possible. read more Stanmore K–6 is devoted to the pursuit of academic excellence. Each boy is valued for his unique capacity to contribute to the life of the College. read more At Lindfield K–6 we seek every opportunity to create a learning experience that draws on each student’s innate qualities of enthusiasm and optimism. read more

Initiatives, Innovations, INSITES

Insites We have created a series of micro-websites called INSITES to give you more detailed information about our specialist programs and opportunities - all part of Newingtons vision for boys' education. Go to insites

Latest News

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    F1 ready to make an Impact at World Championships

    On Wednesday 12 November, six boys from Newington College, Evan Favos, Sebastian Hodge, Roger Li, Anton Maraldo, Ashan Karanaguran and Felix Shannon, along with Mr Honeywill and Mr Pyne, will be racing off to Abu Dhabi to compete in the World Championship for F1 in Schools.

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    KOALA Awards: Giving Young Readers a Voice

    With an awards ceremony attended by over 200 students from 15 State, Catholic and Independent schools across NSW, this year’s annual KOALA Awards (Kids Own Australian Literature Awards INC.) gave students the opportunity to vote for their favourite Australian authors and illustrators. Held at Newington College on 12 November, the Old Boys Lecture Theatre was buzzing as enthusiastic boys and girls discussed which book they thought would make the cut.

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    Firsts Football Bring Wanderer's Cup Home

    Newington College's 1sts Football were crowned 1st XI Premiers winning the Wanderers’ Cup on Saturday 6 September. The boys had a great year going through undefeated, and the final game played against St Joseph’s College saw the boys bring the trophy home with a 2-0 victory.

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