City Builder Lab There is a very exciting project that has evolved from the Rotary Club of Wellington's 2017 Rotary Forum: "Achieving the Impossible Dream for Wellington: the city and region". It is called the Tawa City Builder Lab 18-20 September 2018. It is described in the attached two documents. Microsoft has agreed to provide $20,000 sp... Keep Reading
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Paul Wah's talk will cover the current economic/political situation regarding the China/New Zealand relationship and the need for New Zealanders to learn more about China, its people, its culture and its history ... Keep Reading
Tonight, our speaker will be Justin Hodgkiss who will speak on the opportunities afforded by new materials and nanotechnology, particularly with respect to managing climate impact ... Keep Reading
RCW Supports Innovative Young Minds. The Innovative Young Minds (IYM) programme is designed to encourage young women to explore science, technology, engineering, mathematics and high-tech manufacturing - fields we call the STEMM sector. The week-long residential programme is open to female Year 11 and Year 12 students in the Greater Wellington... Keep Reading
On the 26th of February 2018 we were lucky enough to have two professionals come to our school to teach us about traditional waka and the constellations and navigation of stars. Keep Reading
On Thursday, 1st of March, staff and students alike participated in a fun, energetic day. Down on the field of Newlands College, hundreds of people could be seen throwing vortexes Keep Reading
With a small amount of fanfare and the flick of an electronic button, this website is live. We have designed the site to be much more than a place for static information. The intention is to make it dynamic and interactive, including the invitation for people to post contributions and comment. Please come back regularly and pass the word along... Keep Reading
Let’s consider some of the issues that are so important to many people, especially in our Wellington region – the future of our innovation economy, the talented young people who are helping drive it and the role good health plays in all our lives. Keep Reading
On the 23 of August, the Newlands Intermediate Mathletes achieved a 3rd placing in the yearly MathsWell Competition. MathsWell is a competition for school aged students from years 5 to 11... Keep Reading
This is a sheep heart. We had it in our class so we could learn about the heart and its four chambers. Some things that we learned are... Keep Reading
Room 12 along with Room 10 has been to the college every Thursday afternoon to take part in volleyball lead by the year 13 students. Keep Reading
On Monday 31st of July, as a way to learn about systems, Room 11, 13, and 9 went to The High and Supreme Court in Wellington. Keep Reading
On the 16th of August, Newlands Intermediate netball teams Kauri and Pango participated in the Wellington Regional Sports Fest. Keep Reading