Thank you for considering Nayland College for the next step in your education. We are looking forward to showing you the many opportunities that Nayland has to offer.
Our Open Night for prospective Year 9 students is on Tuesday 2 August at 7pm. Current Year 8 students and their parents can take the opportunity to meet teachers and students, have a guided tour of the College and to experience some fun learning activities. These Open Nights are always popular and parents and students consistently state them as worthwhile.
As well as academic excellence, demonstrated by the high number of scholarships and NCEA endorsements our students achieve, Nayland College offers a wide range of subjects and activities that help all individuals to thrive in their chosen pathway.
The Prospectus and Year 9 Enrolment Book provide you with detailed information about how Nayland College can inspire you. Also available are subject selection and other specific information for each year level, and for international students.
Tuesday 2 August starting at 7:00pm
We will outline courses, extensions and school programmes to you and your parents. There will be guided tours around the school, you will meet teachers and students, and you will experience some fun learning activities.
Friday 26 August
Enrolment forms should be returned to your school or direct to Nayland College. Dual enrolments are accepted, but early confirmation is to your advantage.
Families meet with a Dean or a member of the Senior Leadership team to confirm subject choices and ask questions.
Year 8 students will visit the College on a normal school day and experience learning activities. Families who are unable to attend Open Night or who wish to tour the College on a normal school day can make appointments to join us on these school visits.
Friday 11 November
Year 8 students will spend the day at Nayland College for orientation and to meet with other new students.
“More than anything else, Nayland helped me to find my confidence. This is a school where students matter as individuals, and where many great teachers encouraged me to make the most of an amazing breadth of subjects and extracurricular activities on offer.”
Rhodes Scholar 2016