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NEGS. More than a school.


NEGS offers a personalised academic program which encourages students to identify and develop their talents and express those talents with confidence. The intimate classes are taught by well-qualified teachers with a genuine passion for learning.

Originally founded in 1895 as an Anglican girls school and located in Armidale, Northern NSW, NEGS provides an educational experience for both boys and girls in Junior School and a tailored learning environment for young women in Senior School, with boarding houses to facilitate the educational needs of students located outside of Armidale.

The beautiful 50 hectare campus has a mix of old and new heritage listed buildings with state of the art Science laboratories, a multi-purpose centre and a national standard Equestrian Centre.

NEGS also boasts a range of resources for extra-curricular activities catering for the needs of each and every student.

The NEGS Junior School has a family atmosphere where parental involvement is encouraged. The school caters for boys and girls from Transition (4-5 year olds) to Year 6. The classes are structured so that each student’s learning style is catered for and each student is strongly supported in his or her learning.

The NEGS Senior School offers girls a comprehensive careers program, enhanced leadership opportunities, full membership to IGSSA for competitive sport, extension education events, opportunity to be a part of the wider cultural life of Armidale and opportunities to utilise the University of New England’s extensive resources.

NEGS students receive sound academic results, have outstanding achievements on the sports field and flourish in the arts. However, it is in the development of personal qualities where NEGS really stands out. NEGS students are accomplished, assertive, kind, happy, vibrant young adults ready to embrace the wider world and all it offers.

Most of all, NEGS students are a part of a close-knit community where all the students know one another and forge friendships which last a lifetime.

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NEGS 2022/23 Calendar Dates


TERM 4 (9 WEEKS)
TERM 1 2023
TERM 2 2023
TERM 3 2023
TERM 4 2023

10 October – Staff day |  Boarders return

11 October – CLASSES RESUME

9 December – Speech Day TERM CONCLUDES

26 January – Australia Day public holiday

27 January –  Staff Day and Orientation

30 January –  Staff Day and Orientation for new students

Boarders return from 2pm

31 January – CLASSES COMMENCE

5 April – TERM CONCLUDES

6 April – Staff Day. Boarder Travel Day

7 April – Good Friday

 

25 April – ANZAC Day

24 April – Staff Day

25 April – ANZAC DAY Public Holiday

Boarders return from 2pm

26 April – CLASSES RESUME

9 June – Staff Day prior to Queen’s Birthday long weekend.                          Boarder Travel Day

12 June – Queen’s Birthday public holiday

Boarders return from 2pm.

13 June – CLASSES RESUME

22 June – Term concludes for students

23 June  –  Staff Day. Boarder Travel Day

23 June – TERM CONCLUDES

24 June – Staff Day and Boarder travel day

17 July – Staff Day  |  Boarders return from 2pm. 7-10 Parent-                   Teacher Interviews

18 July – CLASSES RESUME

21 September – TERM CONCLUDES |  Yr 12 Valedictory

22 September – Staff Day and Boarder travel day

9 October – Staff Day  |  Boarders return from 2pm

10 October – CLASSES RESUME

8 December – Speech Day  |  Speech Day Morning Tea (at the                             conclusion of assembly)

Term concludes

 

Head Girls 2020

Be Inspired.

At NEGS Senior School we are ideally positioned to educate, inspire and nurture the wellbeing of girls today to become the leaders of tomorrow and allow all young women to reach their full potential.

Lucinda and Sheriden - 2020 Head Girls

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