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Kawakawa Balm Special Just In Time For Christmas!

Kia ora whānau We have 50 beautiful bottles of lovely handmade KawaKawa ready to be put under the tree.   We will be selling them for $10 each and you will be able to do a contactless click ‘n’ collect from Gate A from 10am to 1pm and call Julie or Maryanne in the office …

ENROL FOR MUSIC LESSONS IN 2022

Lewis Eady Music School offers group or individual lessons on a range of instruments: piano, keyboard, guitar, ukulele, singing, drum kit… the hard part is choosing which instrument! To enrol your child for music lessons at school in 2022, complete an online enrolment form at https://bit.ly/LewisEadyMusicLessons  

Newton Central School is re-opening our school on Wednesday 17th November

We know learning kanohi ki te kanohi is the best option for children and young people. It’s important for them to connect with their friends and teachers and it helps their social, physical and emotional wellbeing.  So Newton will be following all the MoH and MoE rules to protect your child,  your whānau and our communities. Matua Riki …

AT Construction is Commencing September 2021

Auckland Transport (AT) is commencing with the upgrade of the Northwestern shared path with works scheduled to start the week beginning 26 October. This upgrade will provide safer and more pleasant journeys for all path users. We sought your feedback on these proposed changes in 2019 and received strong community support for the project.  This …

Auckland is at Alert Level 3 with some restrictions eased.

Newton Central School campus will open once more on Monday 18th October for only the small number of children who need to attend. All our usual safety precautions for Alert Level 3 will be in place which include all the recommendations from the public health experts. This means students will be kept in bubbles of …

Speed Limit Changes Around Schools

Auckland Transport is proposing speed limit changes on various roads and around various schools across Tāmaki Makaurau. The reasons behind these proposed changes include:   Reducing the number of people getting seriously injured or killed on our roads. Making it safer for children walking or cycling to school.   AT want to hear your views. …

ezlunch – Free 2 week School Holiday Family Challenge

Get PitaFit with Kate Ivey Fitness – FREE 2 Week School Holiday Family Challenge!   Awesome Prizes: $800 worth of Pita Pit Vouchers up for grabs $400 worth of cash up for grabs Get 2 weeks free on DediKate   What’s Included: Kids activity booklet Planner for parents and kids to tick off Learn about exercise & healthy …

Auckland is moving to Alert Level 3!

Newton Central School like many other schools and kura in Auckland are open on Wednesday 22 September for those students who need to attend. We will follow all the public health rules to protect your child,  your whānau and our communities.  Distance learning will continue to be provided for all students who remain at home …

ONLINE KAWAKAWA BALM MAKING WĀNANGA

THIS WEEKEND AVAILABLE FOR ALL WHĀNAU   Over Term 2 and Term 3 our school was fortunate enough to have the Creatives in Schools Programme as part of our school and students were able to enjoy an amazing amount of toi in our kura. We had one more wānanga scheduled for late September with artists Tia …

OUT OF ZONE ENROLMENTS

The parents of any child wishing to attend Newton Central School who reside outside of our zone must complete an application form.  For those wishing to attend in 2022, completed applications must be received by 22nd September 2021.  This includes siblings of students already attending the school. No student who lives outside the zone has automatic right of …

Signs of Spring Celebration

Spring has arrived – what signs of spring do you see, hear, feel? When you are out and about on your bubble walks this lockdown, how about taking some time to notice nature and take part in our ‘Signs of Spring’ celebration?   Here are some ways you can take part: Take a photo Write a poem, …

COVID19 ALERT L4 17 AUGUST 11.59PM

All schools and early childhood education centres are closed.  Our schools will be providing information directly to our parents about what this means for them.  We are reestablishing ways to teach online and remotely.  Where possible, Alert Level 4 workers with children aged 0 to 14 need to make their own arrangements for childcare. We …

Garden Bird Survey 26 June – 4 July

NZ Garden Bird Tally Sheet This year’s 2021 New Zealand Garden Bird Survey is our 15th year, and we are hoping it will be the biggest and best survey yet.  We’d love to know a whole new generation of citizen scientists is in the making.  The New Zealand Garden Bird Survey is an annual citizen science project led by Manaaki Whenua –Landcare …