Girls, tell us how old you were when you first walked onto the campus here to start your education at St John’s Co-educational Junior School, the primary school of NEGS?
Leanne Roobol has been Director of Music at New England Girls’ School since 2007. We speak with Leanne about the music program at NEGS, the recent choral trip to Britain, and the success of former students here and overseas. Read more
THREE students and one teacher from New England Girls’ School recently attended the Round Square Conference at Brookhouse School, Nairobi, Kenya. We speak with Freyja Lacey, Molly McNeil, Christina Smith and Mrs Kay Hiscox about their experience. Read more
It’s been a busy 12 months at New England Girls’ School. We speak with outgoing Principal Ian Downs about the year that was. Read more
Marissa Campbell-Service from New England Girls’ School talks about her experience helping others on a Christian service expedition to Thailand during the recent school holidays. We speak to Marissa and NEGS Chaplain Karen Eastment … Read more
Mrs Jean Newall is passionate about the rich history of Armidale, particularly in her role as Archivist at New England Girls’ School and has put together an exhibition at the Armidale Folk Museum for National History Week.
The first Mrs World Australia, a law graduate and advocate for raising awareness about ovarian cancer, is to return to the New England Girls’ School as the guest of the inaugural NEGS Foundation Ball.
NEGS has designs on textiles and fashion excellence. An innovative program is transforming the teaching of textiles and design at the New England Girls’ School into a centre for excellence in fashion and design. Technology and Applied Studies teacher, Stephanie Thomas explains the reason NEGS girls are getting a head start in the design industry.
New England Girls’ School’s Director of Development, Mary Wright tells us about the 2011 Beauty, Fashion and Hair Expo. A unique opportunity to see and experience the whole gamut of beauty, fashion, hair, health and beauty in the one place at the one time. Read more
There are some things in life that are simply MEANT TO BE. Here is a special story of two sisters, Louise Cox and Jeanette Newman, seeking to share their mother’s legacy of education. At the same time, local girl Sarah Mortimer nurtured a dream of becoming a NEGS student. Read more