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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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  • Police Summer School launch

    Published 09/07/18
    On July 9th we launched the Police Summer School. Members of the Metropolitan Police Service and our Safer Schools Officers PC Weedon, PC Breakwell and PC Carne were present as were Councillor Shama Tatler whose remit is Highways & Planning and Debbie Huckle from Brent Council. A new initiative... Read More
  • Musical Performance as part of Refugee Week

    Published 06/07/18
    Musical Performance as part of Refugee Week Read More
  • Letter to Mia Official Premiere

    Published 19/06/18
    The Premiere The official premiere of the film 'Letter to Mia' took place at the Kiln Theatre,  on Saturday 14th July 3.00pm. This is a short dramatic film, starring the students of Newman Catholic College in Harlesden, London. This film was made in partnership with the Dra... Read More
  • Please read the latest Easter edition of 'The Newman'

    Published 07/04/18
    The Easter Edition of the Newman is now available. Please read it to see what we have been up to at Newman Catholic College. Read More
  • Your Life You Choose

    Published 19/01/18
    Your Life You Choose Drop Down Day for Year 7. Read More
  • Shakespeare Schools Festival

    Published 17/12/17
    On Friday 17th November 2017, 14 students from Year Eight and Year Thirteen performed an amazing production of The Merchant of Venice to a large audience of 250 people as part of the Shakespeare Schools Festival, at Watermans Arts Centre. The cast were exceptional and the performance wowed the audie... Read More
  • Newman Day

    Published 11/10/17
    On Friday 6th October 2017, we celebrated Newman Day. This is to commemorate the Feast Day of our School Patron Blessed John Henry Newman. Read More
  • Community Day Saturday October 7th 2017

    Published 07/10/17
    The Newman Catholic College annual Community Day took place on Saturday October 7th. This event was sponsored by Daniel's Estate Agents and is a major fundraising event of our Parents' Association (PTA). This event made us proud to be part of the amazing Newman Family! We had a great Communi... Read More
  • GCSE Outstanding Progress! Another great year of results!

    Published 25/08/17
    We are very proud of our GCSE students. They made outstanding progress with another great year of results. We congratulate all of our students on their achievements. Read More
  • May Procession with Our Lady of Willesden Parish

    Published 15/05/17
    On Sunday 14th May, we joined Father Stephen Willis and the parishioners from Our Lady of Willesden Parish on their annual May procession through the streets of Harlesden NW10 to honour Our Lady. As we walked, the Rosary was recited in English and Portuguese, hymns to Our Lady were sung. A... Read More
  • 'We Welcome Refugees' Newman and QPR Amnesty Football celebration games

    Published 24/04/17
    The English Football League were approached by Amnesty International to set up celebration football matches at clubs across the country as part of their campaign 'We welcome Refugees'.  Queens Park Rangers said 'Yes' to being part of this awareness raising program and, toge... Read More
  • NCC Careers Fair

    Published 21/04/17
    On Wednesday April 19th, we held a very successful Careers Fair. This was organised by Mr Albert. There were a number of employers from education, government, civil service and industry on hand to guide, support and advise Sixth Form and Year 11 students on future career paths... Read More