• Play is the highest form of research.

    - Albert Einstein.

  • If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, you are a leader.

    - John. Q. Adams

  • Every child is an artist.

    - Pablo Picasso.

  • Jump Start

    into Newcomb Park!

  • You can find magic wherever you look. Sit back, relax, all you need is a book.

    - Dr. Seuss.

  • Mrs Warren

    meeting with the Junior School Council 2016

Recent News

Acknowledgment to our Country

We acknowledge the Wadawurrung people as the traditional custodians of the land upon which we meet. We understand their deep connection to country, to the waterways, the skies and the land. We would like to pay our repects to Elders past, present and emerging.

Scienceworks Experience 2019

On Friday the 21st of June the Year 2, 3, 4 and 6 students visited Sciecneworks for the day.  The students explored a number of concepts while there but a highlight for many was the coding and robotics workshop.


Learning Through Lunch

On Friday 21st of June the Year 5 students and Mrs. Denmead went along to the Gordon Institute in Geelong.  We had a tour of the facility and learnt about the courses on offer and then participated in a two course lunch where the students tried many new foods.


Careers - Education Week 2019

We celebrated careers as part of Education Week!  We had three guest speakers come along and share their journey to starting their career and some highlights of their day to day work.  We thank those who gave up time to share their experiences with our students.


Gaga Pit

Gaga Ball is beleived to have originated in Israel.  Ga means 'hit' or 'touch' in Hebrew.  Gaga is a fast paced sport played in an octagonal pit. The game is played with a soft ball, and combines the skills of dodging, running, and jumping, while trying to hit opponents with a ball below the knees.


ANZAC Day 2019

On Tuesday 23rd of April we held an ANZAC commemoration service at school.  Mrs. Leen played the last post and our school leaders led the service.  Thanks to the parents/carers who came along.  Thanks to Kiara and Zita who laid a wreath on behalf of the school and to Dylan who was our flag bearer.


Mini Mudder

On the last day of term one Newcomb Park PS held a wonderul school community event - our inaugral 'Mini Mudder.'  The students, staff and parents/carers all participated in an obstacle circuit full of mud, water and fun!


Healthy Heroes Program (Yr 3/4)

Our Year 3 and 4 students were incredibly lucky to have Geelong football players Tom Hawkins (#26) and Gryan Miers (#32) come to visit them, along with Mark Worthington who lead the Healthy Heroes session.


Youth Ambassadors at NPPS

This year we are lucky to have Dianne Hobbs working with 4 of our aspiring leaders - Tabby, Baylee, Jak & Ava.  The Salvation Army are running the 'Youth Ambassadors' program and these students have a weekly leadership development session to explore local issues and discuss what makes a good leader.


Curriculum Day - Staff PD with Kath Murdoch

On Friday 22nd of February the Newcomb Park PS staff joined with St Leonards Primary School in a Professional Development Sessions.  We were lucky enough to spend the day with Kath Murdoch who is a well known expert in the area of Inquiry learning.


Jump Start Into Newcomb Park

Over the first two weeks of the school year all classes were participating in the program 'Jump Start Into Newcomb Park!'  This program focuses on building the sense of community within each classroom through social activities and the creation of classroom expectations and routines.