Behind the scenes are two small boys and a recently completed renovation to their Geelong West bungalow. After completing her fine arts degree, Alex was preparing to study primary and secondary teaching.
John Manton proposed that a collegiate institute, 'decidedly Wesleyan in character', be founded in Sydney and that the school 'be open to the sons of parents of all religious denominations'.
On Thursday, 16 Julythe Wesleyan Collegiate Institute opened with 16 boys and a small number of theological students. As no suitable buildings were available in Sydney at the time, Newington Housethe centrepiece John Blaxland's 1,acre 4. Newington College, as the school soon became known, prospered during its time on the Parramatta River and in was the first Australian school to play rugby football against the University of Sydney and soon after was the first school in Australia to hold an athletics carnival.
Expanding student numbers meant that more extensive premises closer to the city were required. A bequest by John Jones of land at Stanmore saw the College move to the newly fashionable inner-city suburbs.
A grand stone edifice was designed by Thomas Rowe and has been described by architectural historian Morton Herman as 'an almost perfect example of scholastic Gothic Revival architecture'. A public ceremony was held and six commemorative stones were laid.
The formal opening of the new school building was by Sir George on 18 January By resolution of the College Council, the name Newington College was perpetuated on the new site. Seventy school and theological students migrated from Silverwater to Stanmore and Newington has remained there ever since.
A separate preparatory school was opened inafter a bequest by Sir Samuel McCaughey. Ina rowing facility was built at Abbotsfordand in another preparatory school was founded on the North Shore — first at Killarabut now at Lindfield.
Since the Second World War, the College buildings and facilities have expanded significantly. Scott said that 'The action was taken after a comprehensive review of the school and had nothing to do with the federal government's Work Choices reforms'  The Sydney Morning Herald reported that David Scott believed that the union was being mischievous 'at best', or using an 'outright and deliberate lie' in suggesting the restructure was linked to workplace legislation.
David Mulford, who was appointed to the position in Inthe Nesbit Wing, built prior to the college centenary in in honour of Robert H. Nesbittwas refurbished and extended to encompass the Technology Centre.
In a statement, Newington College endorsed the long-standing links between itself and its brother school who both share the same founding father, the Rev. Newington also sent over staff and students to Tupou college to celebrate their sesquicentenary.
In the following were members of the Council. He has been an ONU-nominated member of the Council since Mario Isaias has been a member of the Council since and is the current Treasurer. Justin Papps has been a member of the Council since and is the current Secretary.
His two sons are both students at Newington College. He previously practised as a solicitor, including a period in the major projects group of Freehills. He is an Old Newingtonian and the father of two Old Boys. Rhys Kelly was appointed to the Council in March Tony King was appointed to the Council in and is an Old Newingtonian.
Dr Declan Roche was appointed to the Council in and is a barrister. He has two sons at Newington. She is a former director of MLC Limited. Her son is in the Secondary school. He is the son of Old Newingtonian and attended the College himself. He has 2 sons who are Old Newingtonians and is a Registered Architect.
Barbara Stone AM was appointed to the Council in He is an Old Newingtonian, the son of an Old Newingtonian and the father of a current Newington student.Tegan Alexander — Dylan did such an amazing job on our back alfresco, covering in the area from wind and rain, but allowing my vision and dream come true with bifold.
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