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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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These students are celebrating their birthdays this week. We wish them all a very happy birthday.
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WHAT"S COMING UP...
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Term 1 2015
2-6 March - Years 5/6 camp and Years 7/8 camp.
Monday 9 March - Blake team swimming sports. please note date change
Tuesday 10 March - Hillary team swimming sports.
Wednesday 11 March - Kainui Swimming Sports
Tuesday 31 March - Kerry Rickards community farewell
Thursday 2 April - Last day of Term 1
26 November 2014
BOARD OF TRUSTEES UPDATE...
As the year draws to a
close, the Board would like to thank everyone in our learning community for a
great year of learning. Once again we have seen our children grow, develop
and mature as learners. This is due to the commitment we all have to
providing the best opportunities and education for our children. Thank you to
everyone for your support.
How great was our Newbury
School Athletics Day. A well organised and well run community day that
celebrated our children’s learning and sporting abilities. We would like to
acknowledge Mr Higginson and Mr Balmforth for the effort and leadership they
put into making it such a successful day.
As a Board we have been
recently reviewing the school wide Student Achievement Data for 2014. We have
been pleased to see all students making progress and a high percentage of our
students as a whole achieving at and above national achievement norms in
mathematics, reading and writing. The strength of our learning programmes and
the high capability of our staff is evident in the results. We have also used
this data to help us identify areas for continued development in 2015.
can be difficult, especially when it involves 2 long serving staff members. We
will all miss the influence and input that Mrs Rowe and Mrs C have has in the
lives our children and the learning community as a whole. We thank them for
their contribution and wish them all the best as they both embark on
Juana; Kerry; Matthew; Nick; Reegan; Scott; Tracey