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Latest News

Below is a list of news articles made available to parents, staff, students and the public giving them immediate access to stories/information on events which students and staff are involved with in and throughout the wider community.

Unless otherwise stated, the items in this collection remain the property of Newman Catholic College and should not be modified in any way.

Copyright permission must be sought from the school before any useage of original publications.

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  • Open Mornings for Prospective Students

    Published 17/09/20
    We welcome you to visit Newman Catholic College during the weeks beginning September 28th and October 5th. Please phone 020 8955 9786 or email for an appointment for a tour of the school. Tours are available between 9.15am and 11.00am Monday to Friday. Click on the l... Read More
  • Mr Coyle's Weekly Message

    Published 13/09/20
    Please click on the You Tube Link below to watch Mr Coyle's Weekly Message Read More
  • Back to school information from Mr Coyle

    Published 20/07/20
    When does school start? Year 7 will start school on Friday 4th of September Years 8,9,10,11 and the Sixth Form will have a staggered school start from Monday 7th of September Please read Mr Coyle's letter below         Read More
  • Year 10 &12 Paul Bubble Teaching Timetables

    Published 03/07/20
    On Monday July 6th we look forward to welcoming back our students in Year 10 and 12 Paul when will commence teaching them. Students should arrive at school at 9.30am for a 10.00am start. Students may wear their own clothes. Please click on the attachments below for further information. Read More
  • Refugee Week 2020

    Published 16/06/20
    This Refugee Week (15 – 21 June 2020), the theme is ‘Imagine’.  This is an invitation to imagine – and fight for – the world we want to see. Because when things feel stuck; when the old ways of doing things are no longer working, that’s what we n... Read More
  • NCC achieves the Bronze Diversity Mark

    Published 09/06/20
    Newman Catholic College is a thriving multi-cultural institution where different ethnic groups, religions and genders work and play together in a harmonious and good-natured environment. We are defined by our “Newman values “which focus on the shared humanity of our students and sta... Read More
  • Information for Year 6 Transition 2020

    Published 08/06/20
    Dear Parents/ Carers, We are delighted to welcome you and your child to Newman Catholic College.  Click the link below to go to our Year 6 Transition Page /page/?title=Year+6+Transition+2020&pid=269 Keep up to date by joining our social media accounts on Twitter, Instagram and F... Read More
  • Mental Health Awareness Week

    Published 18/05/20
    May 18th to 22nd is Mental Health Awareness Week 2020. This is a chance for the UK to focus on mental health. This year's theme is kindness #kindnessmatters. The focus on kindness is a response to the coronavirus outbreak, which is having a big impact on people's mental health. Som... Read More
  • A news update from Mr Coyle

    Published 08/05/20
    How Newman Catholic College is benefiting from Community Support during the lockdown       Read More
  • The Newman Easter Edition

    Published 20/04/20
    Please click on the attachment below to view the latest edition of The Newman, our school newsletter Read More
  • School Closure Update from Mr Coyle

    Published 19/03/20
    Dear Families, Please note that in line with Government Guidance we will be open from Monday March 23rd onwards from 9am-3pm for the following groups only : 1.The children of Key Workers as outlined in my email & text on Thursday 19th March 2.Children with an Education, Health and Care... Read More
  • NCC Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update from Mr Coyle

    Published 16/03/20
    School open as normal A message from Mr Coyle Dear Parents / Guardians I write once again to remind you that school is open . We are following the advice of the U.K. government  and for now it is business as usual . We are however making plans to ensure that pupils can work via co... Read More