Welcome to our Newton Central School Community

Newton Central School is one of Auckland's best kept secrets. We are a small, friendly, inner city primary school, offering a safe, nurturing and stimulating learning environment for your children.

Our school values diversity and welcomes children, parents and caregivers from every background. The rich character of our school proudly reflects the multicultural nature of our city.

What's New?

Welcome to Term 4!

Our most recent newsletter contains information about the Mathathon, sports, community notices and much more - find it here.

We have a new arrangement for pizza and pasta orders. Read about it on our Lunches page.

It is our school policy that children must wear hats outdoors at school during Term 1 and Term 4. Children who do not have hats will be required to sit in the shade for all break times. Please send a named hat to leave at school.

Read the latest update from our Board of Trustees.

Upcoming Dates:

Te Awahou Marae Trip: 3rd to 6th November
Newton Athletics Day:
Thursday 13th November (save day 14th)
Travelwise Breakfast: Friday 14th November
Mathathon: Wednesday 26th December


This term’s biggest fundraiser is our Calendar Art. Children will complete an artwork which can be made into a calendar, a diary, greeting cards or a mousepad. We will not be doing photos as printed on the ordering form - only artworks. Download the order form. Make sure you read it, fill it in and support our school. Orders close 5th November.

Please check out the other items on our Fundraising page.

North & South TrustA huge thank you to North & South Trust
North & South Trust have made a grant of $3500 towards the transport costs of the Te Awahou classes' 4 day Marae trip to Waiheke in early November.  This generous grant will assist with the ferry costs and the bus costs both on the mainland and the island.  Around 80 children and adults will stay on Piratahi Marae, and as well as learning all about the area and its history will visit the local primary school and local sites.  Kia ora North & South, and thank you again for your support.