Newstead Christian School (NCS) is a K-10 Christian School and was established in 1996. Our school and office are located at Tudor Avenue in Newstead, Launceston, Tasmania.
Our aim is to equip students with a Christ-centred education and provide them with spiritual ‘keys’ and skills to influence and engage their calling in life. This is reflected in our motto – Equipped, Empowered to Serve.
Newstead Christian School is committed to keeping in-line with current curriculum and technology, keeping class sizes small and an innovative building redevelopment.
The existing hall and adjacent spaces have undergone extensive renovations, to provide flexible learning spaces for High School students, catapulting our senior facilities into the 21st Century.
Demolition of two terrapins and the purchase of property next door, have allowed space for four new purpose built Primary classrooms. Students and staff moved into their new classrooms early March, 2016 and are enjoying the modern, roomy facilities.
Pre-Kinder sessions are presently running every Thursday morning from 9 am through to 10 am. The children engage with their parent in exciting play-based activities throughout the session with a short group time at the end for songs and a story. These sessions provide a great opportunity to familiarise the children with Kindergarten and allows time for the children and the Kindergarten teacher to connect and get to know each other which creates a smoother transition into school the following year. Accompanied by a parent, the children need to bring along a water bottle, healthy snack and wear comfortable clothes as there will be messy play and guaranteed loads of fun. Please contact the school on 63311922 if you are interested in participating in these sessions.
I trust this website is helpful and gives you an insight into life at Newstead Christian School.
To take the next step with a question or enrolling in the school in 2016 or beyond, please contact us directly by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (03) 6331 1922.
Mrs Bronwyn Eastley