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  NCS is a K-12 school that approaches all aspects of education from a biblical perspective. Our School seeks to encourage and assist Christian parents in their God given responsibility of bringing up their children in the Lord Jesus Christ. Our School seeks to be Christ focused, recognizing that our authority, derived ultimately from God is delegated to us from the Home, the Church, and the State. Our School is a learning community with Christ as its Head, where relationships are more important than structures. Our School recognizes that we are created for God’s glory, and under His authority to be His witnesses in the world. Our School has a wonderful reputation in the local community and we are pleased to share the good news about our School more widely.
Congratulations to the 2016 Premier’s Anzac Memorial Scholars Noah McMillan of NCS a worthy winner The Premier, the Hon. Mike Baird, MP, announced the 2016 Premier’s Anzac Memorial Scholars on 20 March 2016. In July 2016, 24 scholars will travel to the key battlefields and memorial sites in France and Belgium to commemorate and learn about Australia’s involvement in WWI. The tour will allow the students to gain insight into Australia’s experience of conflict, the lessons of war and develop a greater understanding of the significance of the Anzac tradition.
The NCS Parent Portal is an amazing communication tool for our NCS community. It gives families the ability to access their child's information.
MindMatters works on a complete framework.
The MindMatters mental health works on a complete framework and is built around four key components: C1 Positive school community C2 Student skills for resilience C3 Parents and families C4 Support for students experiencing mental health difficulties
  New Mental Health Resources available in our School Library for parents and students, visit our Mindzone Project Mindzone Resources for details.  
The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award equips young people for life and work. It is the world’s leading achievement award. In 2013 more than one million young people around the world took part in the Award, in over 140 countries and territories.
  2016 The K-2 students and staff at NCS continue to benefit from the funding we have received courtesy of the “Literacy and Numeracy Action Plan”. 
Different Like Me: is the NCS support group for families of children with special learning differences arising from diagnoses such as ADHD, the Autism spectrum including Aspergers Syndrome, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Sensory Processing Disorders including Dyspraxia, Emotional Disorders, Trauma and any others arising.  For further information please contact Amy Davey on 44235390 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. // , or the NCS office.
When it comes to the safety of vulnerable road users like school children, drivers found breaking the law will be met with zero tolerance.
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