Results will be available for students at 8.30am on August 18th in the assembly hall.
Please see the revised school bus timetable which will take effect from Monday 5 September 2016. Revised Bus Timetable - September 2016
The buses will be leaving promptly for Blackpool after the last school bus drops students off in the morning and not 8 am as stated in the letter. Students should come directly to the Dining Hall to be registered. Buses will drop students off at Lismore Place and then Edgehill Road (Sports Centre) on the return journey.
The France trip is taking place. We are monitoring the situation and taking guidance from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office and our insurance company, both of which have no qualms about the trip going ahead. The area around Nice is the area of focus, and this is 1000km from our destination. Please contact Mrs Black or Miss Lowrey if you have any questions.
End of Term Arrangements July 2016
The last day of term is Thursday 21 July 2016. Students will leave school at 12.15 pm after an early lunch. School buses will leave school at 12.15 pm.
End of term arrangements July 2016Proposed Berlin Trip - July 2017
The school is proposing the above visit next summer which will be open to students in all year groups. Please see details on the attached letter. Berlin Visit Letter - July 2017University Application Process
Year 12 University Application Process information is attached from Head of Sixth Form - Year 12 University Application Process
We are delighted to announce that our popular Sports Awards Dinner is being held on Thursday 14 July 2016 at The Creighton Rugby Club. Students have been invited to thank them for their commitment to school sports during the past year. The evening will commence at 6.00 pm with pre-dinner refreshments followed by a buffet and awards ceremony at 6.30 pm. The evening will come to a close at 9.30 pm. There is a formal dress code.
Sports Awards Dinner - Thursday 14 July 2016
The Rewards Trip to Blackpool Pleasure Beach is on Wednesday 20 July 2016 - to qualify for this special day out your child’s good work, positive attitude and behaviour throughout the year have been recognised. Please ensure the permission slip, medical form and payment is returned to Student Services by Friday 8 July 2016. The bus will drop off at Lismore Place and then Edgehill Road
Rewards Trip Letter - Blackpool - Wednesday 20 July 2016
Newman School Prom - 2016
Prom photos can be accessed by clicking on the Keltic Rose logo below.
Please find attached a letter to parents/carers outlining the school's progress to date School Progress Letter - April 2016Changes to bus information
Number 5 Route - Wigton Road - Thomson Coaches will no longer be supplying the bus for this route. Stagecoach will now run this bus service. Same times apply.
School Transport Arrangements - Update
Good news - there will be a slight change to the bus arrangements. There will no longer be a bus at 4.00 pm from school for students who are attending after school clubs. Instead students who attend will be given a mega rider which will take them directly to the nearest bus stop to their home, including transfers to another route. Tickets should be collected after the club at reception from Mrs Fisher.
Newman is a genuinely comprehensive school. We believe that each student brings a special talent to our community. Strong pastoral care is vital to our success and creates a happy, caring atmosphere.
As a smaller school, we get to know our students well; their wellbeing is our foundation. This strong pastoral care enables us to support our students, not only with their academic work, but also in the varied extra-curricular activities which are so important as they develop. We endeavour to meet their needs as individuals, and help them to use their talents, discover new skills and to face the future with optimism.
We have high expectations of our students; we expect them to work hard, to play hard and to take a full part in the life of the school. In return, we strive to provide the best teaching and guidance in a caring and supportive environment, where students are challenged and give of their best.
Newman is a Catholic school with Christian values. Our school is open to all students, regardless of faith. We simply ask that you share our aims for high standards of discipline, trust and respect, commitment to achievement and success for all students at every level of ability.
Partnership with families is very important and we seek at all times to work effectively with parents and carers to make our students' days at Newman rewarding and successful. Students are more likely to flourish when they know their parents and the school are working together for their benefit. We invite you to choose Newman for your child's secondary education and play a vital role in this partnership.
Have a look at our after school clubs. There's a club for everyone
Here you will find some very good reasons why you should choose Newman Catholic School.
Additional Optional Clothing:
Black tracksuit bottoms, additional hoodie/waterproof jacket to go over the top of the school rugby shirt.
High Performance Badminton Club is back up and running at the Sands Centre on Wednesdays after school. Badminton club is also running at school on Thursdays and Fridays at school 3.05 - 3.55 pm.
Compulsory PE Kit:
School Rugby Shirt (All boys and girls for all lessons), Black Shorts, Red socks, Trainers for the 3G astro- turf.
The proportion of students attaining 5 or more GCSEs at grade A* to C has risen strongly and is above the national average.
Behaviour is good and the school is very safe.
Pastoral care is a strength of the school.