Welcome to the Newman Catholic College website. I am sure that you will find all
the information you require about our school within these pages. My advice however
would be to come and see us in person. There is seldom a visitor to this school
who does not leave filled with a joyous sense of wonder at the vibrancy and good
humour of our boys as well as the professionalism and commitment of our staff and…….
Welcome to NCC
Head of Religious Education, NCC
The school has always been a welcoming and caring community and gave me the encouragement
and help to flourish as a pupil and now as a professional teacher.
I came to London when I was ten years old. I couldn't speak any English. Newman Catholic
College has helped me, especially the EAL department, to develop my vocabulary in
English. I've made lots of friends here. My biggest achievements so far are speaking
in front of 500 people at the London Citizens Schools Conference. My artwork is appreciated
by alot of people. Academically I'm doing well with my GCSEs. I'm in the top sets
for everything. My ambition is to be an architect.
I have been roller skating for near enough around six years. I have been to many
phenomenal places. I'm not just talking about England. I have been to alot of places
around Europe. I have won several competitions in England and quite a few in Europe
in Holland, Sweden and Germany. I am happy with what I have achieved. The thrill
of roller skating is brilliant. I enjoy skating with my friends and the travelling
it involves. I am currently a European Junior Champion.
Lucas attended Newman Catholic College from Year 8. He was successful in his studies
and is now studying A Bachelor of Science in Business Management with Finance at
BPP University. Bruno is a Year 7 student who enjoys being here at Newman Catholic
College. His favourite subjects are Physical Education and Maths.
Lucas and Bruno Fernandes
(Mother and son)
Nadene is a Year 7 parent. She is happy with everything at Newman Catholic College.
Nadene would recommend the school to future parents. Nadene says the teachers are
very supportive and the staff is lovely. Javan says if you have a problem, there's
always a teacher that can help you resolve it. The facilities are excellent.
Nadene Rodney &Javan Bruff
Archaeologists of the Future
Year 9 Benedict visited Headstone Manor a 14th-century moated manor house, formerly
the home of the Archbishop of Canterbury. Built in circa 1310, the moated manor house
is the earliest surviving timber framed building in Middlesex. The students were
Congratulations to all students who have achieved their required grades for university
The schools care and guidance for students is exemplary.