The current principal is Grant Jones. Newlands College is a state co-educational secondary school located in Newlands, Wellington, New Zealand, and is adjacent to Newlands Intermediate.It is a uniformed school.The current principal is Grant Jones. The Noscars were previously held at the Wellington Paramount Theatre, they are now annually held at the Embassy Theatre. The house emblems are placed in order from left to right (first to fourth place) in the school hall for the current status of the standings. Accepted from Newlands College Sports feed 1 week ago by tonytw1 There are limited mats so please bring one if you have one. [3] John Murdoch, former deputy principal, is now the current principal of Taitā College. Newlands College opened on 3 February 1970 with a starting school roll of 68 students. The first classes had to take place at Raroa Intermediate, in two classrooms. If you are keen to give it a try come, get changed at start of lunch on Tuesday and come to the fitness room. (OpenStreetMap), Bats, 5, Kent Terrace, Mount Victoria, Wellington, Wellington City, Wellington, 6011, New Zealand [9] On the International Languages Week of 2009, it was reported that the school was composed of 42 different backgrounds. Newlands College. Over the holidays Irwin Sports were in to upgrade the schools Basketball Goals. [6] The foundation principal was Rex Sage, who was also the foundation deputy principal of Tawa College. For further information contact Mr Witts. Aria Coleman – Artistic Roller Skating Success, Milly Mackey wins Women’s Rugby player of year at CSW Awards. Congratulations to Milly Mackey and her family as she was named women’s rugby player of the year at the College Sport Awards last Sunday. For year 9s, the camp is to settle into the school with friends and a good knowledge of who is who, before setting foot into the classroom. 589 likes. There is a pavilion that overlooks the sports fields for classes, meetings and seating for sports events. In 2010, the Newlands College Boys' softball team won the National Secondary School Softball Championships without conceding a defeat. The first and only permanent building that was present was A block, and was unfinished at the time. The New Zealand Education Review Office (ERO) provided the following statistics for the month June 2010: European 47%, Asian 23%, Māori 12%, Pasifika 5%, Other 13%. John Murdoch, former deputy principal, is now the current principal of Taitā College. In Division 5, Newlands Senior B had a close 68 – 61 win v Raphael House and will take on St Pats Town 3 in the final. Throughout the years, the college has grown substantially, having 1000 students in 2010. This was available at the start of 2006. Congrats to our Newlands Senior A & B Boys teams who have both made the finals night at the ASB on Friday. The school has an annual Peer Support camp[14] at El Rancho (Waikanae Christian holiday park), which was first held in 1975. [4] John Murdoch, former deputy principal, is now the current principal of Taitā College. Parents are asked to support and uphold the regulations regarding uniform. (Henry Lewis). The current principal is Grant Jones. The first week of September usually signals Winter Tournament week for schools around NZ. Newlands Junior College, Glasgow, United Kingdom. The school offers several art, sport and recreation options, along with each student belonging to a house. The site itself was finished by April, and on 27 April 1970, students and staff shifted to the modern day Newlands College site at Bracken Road. [1] The current deputy principals are Deb Mills, David Pegram, and James Rasmussen. Other camps include the year 12 and 13 Geography trips to the St. Arnaud/Lake Rotoiti region and Tongariro National Park. Newlands College. Sports that are available include Badminton, Cricket, Soccer, Hockey, Golf, Rugby, Netball, Orienteering, Smallbore rifle shooting, Softball, Squash and Underwater Hockey. Good luck Trinity and Andrew! [12] This was opened on May 10, 2007. L Block was built in 2006 for languages and visual arts. Yoga with Tanya is back for Term 3. The Boys 2nd XI football team sprung a surprise in the Division 4 semi final beating previously unbeaten Wellington College 5, 6-3. The school also partakes in a competition known as the Sheilah Winn Shakespeare Competition.