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Newman News Term 2 Week 10: From the Deputy Principal Wellbeing Secondary

03 Jul 2020

Term 3

All students Y7-12 will return to the College on Wednesday 22 July for the commencement of Term 3.

Please see below important information for parents and students regarding the commencement of Term 3 2020:

Download Parent Communication – Term 3 2020

Reporting

PK-12 reports will be available to access via Seqta on Friday 3 July, 4.00pm.

Please refer to Newman News Term 2 Week 10: From the Vice Principal for Reporting Expectations.

Please see below the reporting descriptors for learning areas and pastoral care groups:

Download Learning Attributes Parent Resource 2020

Download PCG Reporting Attributes 2020

Year 9 OLNA Testing

This year, students in Year 9 will be offered the opportunity to undertake the Online Literacy and Numeracy Test (OLNA) instead of the regular National Assessment Program: Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) testing normally undertaken by Year 9 students. Additional information can be downloaded below:

Download Year 9 OLNA Letter to Parents

Latest Arts News

  • Catholic Performing Arts Festival
  • College Production – Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical
  • Year 11 Dance Workshop
  • Newman College Glee Choir

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Latest Sports News
Surf Competition ACC AFL Competition ACC AFL Competition Challenger Cup

  • Surfing Competition
  • Year 7 ACC AFL Carnival
  • Challenger Cup
  • NAS Sport – Term 3
  • Athletics
  • Marist Football Club Newsletter

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Year 12 Physics Electric Motors

This Term, Year 12 Physics students have been building working electric motors as part of the Electromagnetism topic.

On Thursday, former student & reigning electric motor champion Michail Muller (class of 2018) returned to the College to meet the students whose electric motors have taken the honours!

Hannah built an amazing solar powered motor, with non-contact magnetic suspension and a very low friction pivot of a ball point pen tip on glass. While Sam, Josh and Jack built a 32 volt monster, all made by hand with no bought parts. They got their electromagnets from old microwave ovens.
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