NEWS - Autumn 2020

The first five months of 2020 have been a time of unprecedented and rapid change for schools, and flexibility has been at the heart of almost everything we have done at Newington this year. This edition of News celebrates the creativity and resilience of our school community as we navigate the challenges of change.

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Scholarships

Read more about our Scholarships program.

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Boarding

Boarding at Newington is a unique and special experience. Having additional access to the school’s teaching and physical resources puts our boarders in the best situation to make the most of what the College has to offer.

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Early Learning Centre (ELC)

Newington College is now taking enrolments for the new ELC. For more information or to enrol call 02 9568 9337.

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Why a boys' school?

There can be real differences in the way boys learn best in comparison to the educational needs of girls.

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Book a Tour

2020 Tour dates are now available. We look forward to meeting you at the next Tour day.

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Embark on your journey of discovery with us.

What sets Newington apart

• Internationally respected boys’ education • Outstanding wellbeing programs • High-quality boarding facilities staffed by qualified teachers • Broad academic and co-curricular program • Celebration of diversity and inclusion

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Well done to Year 10 student Aidan Carter who has completed 26 hours of community service towards his silver service-learning award working with Indi, a pre-schooler with cerebral palsy. Over a year, Aidan has been helping Indi improve her working and movement skills through play and specific exercises and activities designed to help her improve and become more confident.

“I have definitely learnt that I can care deeply about people who are not my own family or friends or people I may usually come into contact with. Through this process, I have learnt patience and being comfortable with both children and a child with a disability.’

#greathearts
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Well done to Year 10 student Aidan Carter who has completed 26 hours of community service towards his silver service-learning award working with Indi, a pre-schooler with cerebral palsy. Over a year, Aidan has been helping Indi improve her working and movement skills through play and specific exercises and activities designed to help her improve and become more confident. 

“I have definitely learnt that I can care deeply about people who are not my own family or friends or people I may usually come into contact with. Through this process, I have learnt patience and being comfortable with both children and a child with a disability.’

#greathearts

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Well Done!

At today's Leadership Assembly, the College announced the students who will serve as leaders in 2021.
To be considered for Full College Prefectship, students must display true servant leadership, initiative and service, setting an excellent example in all that they do both inside and outside the classroom. Well done to all our leaders for 2021.
#Strongwings #greathearts #InspiredMinds
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At todays Leadership Assembly, the College announced the students who will serve as leaders in 2021. 
To be considered for Full College Prefectship, students must display true servant leadership, initiative and service, setting an excellent example in all that they do both inside and outside the classroom. Well done to all our leaders for 2021. 
#strongwings #greathearts #inspiredminds

Q&A with Head of Moulton house and PDHPE teacher Steve Muir

This month’s teacher spotlight is on Newington jack-of-all-trades Steve Muir. Mr Muir is our New Zealand born and bred Head of Moulton House and one of our PDHPE teachers. On... Read More

Year 6 Wyvern student Jed Robertson uncovers Newington family history

Year 6 Wyvern student Jed Robertson recounts the moment he found out about his Newington family history. During my COVID isolation, I had to sit at the dining table and... Read More

Q&A with Head of Languages Marnie Foster

Marnie Foster is Head of Languages at our senior campus in Stanmore. Ms Foster decided to move to Sydney to work at Newington as it is ‘a college that values... Read More

2020 Tupou College Container Appeal

As part of Newington College’s long relationship with Tupou College in Tonga, we are again launching the Tupou College Container appeal. This initiative has been extremely successful in the past... Read More