FRIDAY 26 September - Last day of term 3. School finishes at normal time, 3pm.
A warm welcome to our learning community. We seek to provide the best teaching and learning opportunities for all our students. Newbury School prides itself on its strong family atmosphere and values. We have a highly supportive and involved community who all desire to see our children reach their potential.
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Tuesday 16 September 2014
Room 6 & 7 were privileged to have a number of visitors from the Turbos franchise visit and share their experience and expertise. Jade Te Rure, the first-five for the Turbo's answered a long line of questions that ranged from the path he has taken to achieve what he has achieved, to his views on fashion, to how he develops the mental strength required to be a professional sports person.
Friday 5 September 2014
As is our custom, each assembly we recognize those who have been putting an exceptional effort into their learning. We congratulate those who showed a great attitude and focus in their learning over the past 2 weeks. Well done. Kia Kaha - Attitude is Everything.
Friday 5 September 2014
Congratulations to Brooke who was drawn out of the "smiley" box by the Peer Mediators. Brooke received her "smiley" for making good choices in the playground. When her name was drawn she choose "BOX" and received a woolen beanie and a pen set. Well done Brooke. Thanks for setting such a great example to your fellow students.
Friday 12 September 2014
We were all warmly welcome to Room 8's first assembly on Friday. They shared with us some of their exciting learning.Room 8 shared their alphabet song that they practice every day. Not only naming the letters int he alphabet but also sharing the sounds they make.We also got to hear some of the very amusing and fun poems that they have been reading and learning.
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Thursday 11 September 2014
Congratulations to our Future Ferns Blue Team who won their Grade at the Feilding Saturday Netball for the season. Thank you to Mrs Anna Williams and Mrs Lisa Stephens for their time and effort coaching this team.

We wish the following people a very Happy Birthday this week.
Sam R - Rm 1                    Zavier P-T - Rm 6
Reagan S - Rm 7

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Wednesday 24 September - KAINUI PLANT TO PLATE
Four of our Year 6 students are participating in this exciting cooking and nutrition opportunity.
Friday 26 September - END OF TERM 3
The final day of term 3. We will be finishing at 3pm as usual.
Monday 13 October - FIRST DAY OF TERM 4
The first day of term 4. We start at 8:45am as usual.
Friday 24 October - LAMB, CALF & PET DAY
Join us for an exciting rural community day. We have an amazing number of lambs and calves registered this year. A great day for the whole family.

17 September 2014
As we draw near to the end of what has been  another busy term, we would like to thank the students and parents/caregivers for the wonderful, diverse learning and support you have all shown. With the winter season behind us many are looking forward to summer season sports and challenges.
We would like to keep the learning community up to date with the process of appointing a new Deputy Principal and Year 0-1 teacher for 2015. We are currently finalising the appointment pack and will be advertising over the next month. We have a strong appointment panel that will be leading this process.
Our teachers are also learners and as a Board we have been excited to see the growth in our teachers so far this year. Of particular note has been  their on going development of reading expectations for all year groups, the school wide inclusion of environmental education within our classroom programmes as well as the identifications and strengthening of what effective teaching and learning looks like. Staff have been all sharing in the leadership  and learning  within these areas.  

Juana; Kerry; Matthew; Nick; Reegan; Scott; Tracey