Community News Week 1

Newman Knights Hockey Club is an independent, local hockey club based within the grounds of Newman College. We are running a MINI KNIGHTS program (Hookin2Hockey) in

Term 2, 2019 and registrations are open.
MINI KNIGHTS is NKHC introductory program for new Hin2H participants to develop and learn the fundamentals of hockey within a safe environment. All welcome.
The 6-week program will be for boys and girls from Pre-primary to Year 4 in 2019.
When: Monday, 20th May – Monday, 1st July, 2019
Time: 3:30pm – 4:30pm Where: Newman College Oval, Tuscany Way, Churchlands
Registration fee includes an equipment pack for first time participants containing an Atlas hockey stick, Atlas backpack, shin pads and ball should you require them.
Register online via our website registrations. Any questions please contact our Junior Coordinator –
Peta Kelly on 0412 866 211 or by email
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Scribblers Festival 2019 –  Family Weekend, The Goods Shed, Claremont, May 11 & 12

This term our school will be taking some lucky students on excursion to the Scribblers Festival of Literature and Arts.
They will enjoy fun, author events to spark imaginations, encourage a joy of reading and promote creative learning.
Alongside the schools program, is a full festival of free author events, creative craft, art installations, food stalls and more, taking place in Claremont on Saturday 11 & Sunday 12 May.
Meet well-loved authors and household names, such as Alison Lester, Jacqueline Harvey, Matt Stanton, Eddie Woo and Dr Karl. Discover new favourites and international authors including Megan McDonald (Judy Moody) from the United States and Philip Ardagh (The Grunts) from the UK.
Be inspired by the incredible, crocheted coral reef of Indonesian artist Mulyana, enjoy some creative fun at our craft stations, meet a magical unicorn, visit a book doctor for reading recommendations and delight in the magic of storytelling. A great day out for the whole family.
Visit Scribblers Festival website to learn more Scribblers Festival