Parent and Student Resources

Parent and Student Resources

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Book Lists

Click here for 2024 Newman College Booklists

If your child is entering the College into Year 7 please click here.

Homework Club

The College Library is located in the St John Henry Newman Learning Hub. It houses a comprehensive selection of fiction and non-fiction resources and caters for students in Years 5-12. The Library is open Monday – Thursday, 8.00am to 5.00pm and Friday 8.00am to 4.00pm.

Students can avail themselves of assistance provided by staff and ex-students at the Homework Club which runs Monday – Thursday 3.30pm to 5pm. A qualified teacher facilitates Homework Club and is available to assist with study skills, literacy, numeracy, and OLNA/NAPLAN preparation. Selected teachers also run subject-specific tutorials on a regular or occasional basis.

Maths Support Y7-12 Students

Students requiring Maths support are encouraged to seek help through their classroom teacher during class time, recess, or lunch.  Additional support is available by attending the following support sessions that run every week on a Tuesday and Wednesday. 

All Y7 – 12 StudentsTues 8.00amS13Bern Willet, Rick Bartlett Ramesh Naidu
All Y7 – 12 studentsWed 8.00amS12Nanette Hollis, Paul Schrader, Shirley Muller,

Students wishing to attend the Maths support sessions will need to:

  • Bring work that they need assistance with
  • EMAIL one of the support teachers listed to inform them of their intention to attend. (This should be done 12 hrs prior to the session they are attending)


Assessment is an integral part of the learning process, providing students, parents/guardians and teachers with information on academic progress and feedback to inform future learning. Assessment procedures need to be fair, reliable, valid and transparent. Assessments should arise naturally out of the teaching and intended learning of the curriculum and syllabus. They should be carefully constructed to enable judgements to be made about students’ progress in ways that contribute to ongoing learning. Information collected to establish where students are in their learning can be used for summative purposes and for formative purposes.

Y7-9 Assessment Guidelines and Procedures

Y10-12 Assessment Guidelines and Procedures

Examination Timetables

Examination Rules and Procedures

Information and Communication Technology

Includes any electronic device or application used by students. It is our policy at Newman College that the use of ICTs be managed through a ‘whole College community’ approach where the staff and parents ensure students are taught appropriate skills, strategies and values.

View ICT Policy for Students

Cyber Safety Policy

Student Use of Mobile Devices Policy

Download BYODD Years 5-6 2024 Summary

Download BYODD Years 7-12 2024 Summary

Download Lavalla Mobile Phone Consent Form

Wellbeing Program

Download 2024 Secondary Wellbeing Program