International student Artem Sharov gained national recognition as part of a winning team at the Lion Foundation Young Enterprise Scheme Awards.Artem , originally from Russia, studies accounting, economics and business studies here at Nayland College.  It was in his business studies class when teacher Murray...

Maths Week is a premier mathematics event in the New Zealand school calendar, and Nayland College students have enjoyed an interactive week of mathematics challenges, one of which was the highly acclaimed annual 'Pi competition'.The Pi Competition is a crowd favourite event at Nayland College....

As per Nayland custom, junior and senior SOAR assemblies were held  at the end of term two to acknowledge students’ positive behaviour and attitudes. These were ably run by the college’s five student leaders.The focus value for the term was ‘Opportunity’. This led to...

Thursday 25th May saw Nayland host the Interschool Chess Tournament in conjunction with Chess Power.The hall was full of 70 keen players from the seven participating intermediate and secondary schools. Competitors played seven games over the course of the day. Players advanced based on their...

Two Nayland College students represented the College exceptionally with their speeches at the Nelson ANZAC day commemorations during the recent school holidays. We have received amazing feedback from local community members who heard both Indigo and Fynn speak at the ANZAC commemoration ceremonies on 25 April...

Luke Denton and his twin sister Zena are Year 9 students at Nayland College. They have been Speedskating for the past four years and have both competed successfully at a national level.  Luke was selected to represent New Zealand at the OCEANIA Inline Speedskating Championships held...

On the weekend of 10th-11th March Nayland College students Tiffany Gilchrist and Caitlin Reid (Year 13), and Elise and Evie Reid (Year 10), competed at the Royal New Zealand Pipe Band Association National and South Pacific Championships. 39 bands from across New Zealand and Australia converged...

Year 9 Textiles students are working on a project to support a community initiative called Boomerang Bags.Boomerang Bags is a bag-share initiative involving the installation of a number of ‘Boomerang Bag’ boxes throughout any given business district, shopping centre, street or market. Each box is...