|Newington has shown itself to be a school that is “on the move” and a school that provides a vast array of opportunities for Newington boys to first discover and then. 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|
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In Term 1 Newington boys were fortunate enough to work under the mentorship of one of Australia’s most well-regarded and gifted composers, Gerard Brophy, while he spent a week in residence at the College. Mr Brophy, whose work has been commissioned and performed by leading ensembles in Australia and around the world, has been inspiring and mentoring boys at Newington in the art of composition since 2006.
It was a week of wins for 14 year old Newington College boy Callum Lowe-Griffiths who broke four records at the NSW Combined Independent Schools Swimming Championships. Callum also took out the Male Swimmer of the Meet title after competing against the strongest swimmers from each independent school, some up to 19 years of age.
Lachlan McKirdy (12/LE) was one of just 124 Year 11 and 12 students selected nationally to take part in the 18th National Schools Constitutional Convention at Parliament House, Canberra, to investigate how to recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait