All students represented the school superbly and were a pleasure to be around. On Friday 10 March Nayland College had 37 athletes and 9 helpers represent us at the Tasman School Athletics Championships, held at Saxton Athletics Track, Nelson . All students represented the school...

Last week saw teachers, support staff and year 9 and 10 students head out all around the region on 3 days of intensives.  We had a blast! [caption id="attachment_22152" align="alignright" width="225"] Visiting the Brook Sanctuary.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_22154" align="alignnone" width="225"] Haulashore Island trip.[/caption]   [caption id="attachment_22156" align="alignright" width="300"] At the...

The final SOAR assembly was held for year 9s and 10s on Friday the 25th November.  The SOAR acronym reflects Nayland College’s core values of Success, Opportunity, Ako (learning) and Respect.  The focus value throughout the school for term 4 has been Success. Students and teachers...

The Nayland College Prizegivings for 2016. Congratulations to all students involved in the sports and cultural opportunities this year and to those that received prizes at our recent prizegivings! Senior Prizegiving Programme with Award Winners Cultural Prizegiving Programme with Award Winners Sports Prizegiving Programme with Award Winners...

Nayland College friends Emma Bateup and Amber Werensteyn had their talent well and truly affirmed at the New Zealand Secondary School Mountain Bike Championships in Dunedin on October 6. Amber came first in downhill, first in the South Island in Super D (a blend of cross-country...

Last week four Nayland College students won special criteria awards at the Nelson Tasman Cawthron Science and Technology Fair Awards Event.  Year 13 student Helena George (pictured above left) won the NMIT Aquaculture Award for best investigation focused on aquaculture ($250).  Fellow year 13 student Zoe...