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Newmarket

The Vibe

     


Live, Work, Play – Newmarket is so much more than just premier retail shops. Remuera’s fashionable neighbour borders Auckland Domain and is a cosmopolitan mix of modern, urban living, zoned for some of Auckland’s best grammar schools.

 

Neighbourhood Favourites



The Olympic
 

Where Rich History meets Modern Facilities”

Home to NZ’s first 50m swimming pool, built in 1940, hosting the commonwealth Games in 1950, then the Empire Games in 1957, The Olympic has a rich history. State of the art facilities, a fun environment to work out, combined with dedicated staff, including personal trainers, nutritionists and physiotherapists, sets The Olympic apart. Group classes, a professional creche, saunas, steam and spa, as well as a range of flexible memberships, make this a top-notch place to reach your fitness and lifestyle goals.


For more details visit www.theolympic.co.nz

 



Westfield Newmarket

Newmarket is known for its retail shopping strip since the ‘70’s, and it just keeps growing. Westfield is located at 277 Broadway, only a 10-minute drive from the centre of Auckland, with good parking and a range of your favourite upmarket stores, conveniently open until 6pm or 7pm most days
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For more details visit www.westfield.co.nz/newmarket

 


 

 

Primary Schools



Newmarket Primary School

Children attending Newmarket School are given not just an education, but are actively encouraged to work and play together, to share and be mindful of others. The school provides a happy atmosphere, dedicated to helping children develop self-confidence, and to reach their potential. Newmarket School recognizes that children have diverse abilities and interests, and aim to meet these individual needs.



For more details visit www.newmarket.school.nz
 



Parnell District School

Six aspects define Parnell District School: integrity, honesty, respect, curiousity, responsibility and empathy. Educating children from Year 1 to Year 8 in its zone, Parnell School aspires to be an inclusive, happy and respectful place for their students. Being actively involved in the community is important, reflected in the extra programmes they offer. 





For more details visit www.parnell.school.nz

 




 

Secondary Schools



Auckland Grammar School

Leading the way for New Zealand’s secondary schools, Auckland Grammar School prides itself on all-round excellence as well as cultural and sporting pursuits. Offering education for young men from Form 3 to Form 7, their curriculum caters to their variety of students from diverse backgrounds and ethnicities. Core values that define Auckland Grammar and its students are: respect, courage, integrity, commitment, pride, excellence and humility.







For more details visit www.ags.school.nz

 



Epsom Girls Grammar School

Supporting young women in their education and pursuit of knowledge since 1917, achievement is at the centre of Epsom Girls Grammar School across academic, cultural and sporting activities. They encourage their young women to be active and independent participants in their learning, as well as making the effort to treat all their students as individuals. Instilling leadership and self-confidence is of utmost importance at Epsom Girls Grammar School.



For more details visit www.eggs.school.nz

 



 

Independent Schools



Baradene College of the Sacred Heart
 

“Prepared to make a difference with self-knowledge, energy and purpose through outstanding education in the tradition of the Society of the Sacred Heart”

A Catholic Girls’ School, Baradene College teaches girls from Year 7 to Year 13. Rich in history and tradition, a Sacred Heart education is centred on the individual’s development, in spiritual, emotional, intellectual, social, physical and cultural spheres.






For more details visit www.baradene.school.nz

 



King's School

Located in the heart of Remuera, King’s School teaches boys at primary level from 4-13 years old. A high teacher to student ratio, fantastic facilities, with a traditional academic discipline alongside a modern teaching approach that encourages reflective and creative thinking, sets King’s apart as a school. They aim to send each boy forwards with a solid foundation of learning, to be motivated, flexible and resilient.









For more details visist www.kings.school.nz

 



Saint Kentigern Boys' School

A centre of excellence to build the minds and futures of their boys, Saint Kentigern Boys’ School is an Independent Presbyterian primary school (ages 5-12). They aim to be an extension of home life, with their education programmes in academic, sport and culture paving the way to a ‘world of opportunity’.




 

For more details visit www.saintkentigern.com/boys-school

 



St Peter's College

Established in 1939, St Peter’s College offers a Catholic education from Year 7 to Year 13, for over 1200 boys, coming from all over Auckland. Educating boys in the Catholic faith, St Peter’s College challenges its students to reach their full potential in cultural, sporting and academic spheres. A strong basis in community, they encourage their education to go beyond the student, to embrace the entire family.



For more details visit www.st-peters.school.nz