A number of Nayland students recently made it through the heats of the annual Nelson regional Smokefree Rockquest.They’re now moving through to the regional finals, to be held at the Theatre Royal on 24th May.  Some of these, like the Lazy Boys, are Nayland bands,...

Nayland students Sophie Armstrong and Denver Keene went to Auckland in April to attend the St John National Youth Festival.As veterans of advanced level competitions themselves, the pair were there to support the youth cadets competing under pressure to show their CPR and first aid...

Last Thursday afternoon house leaders and captains held the latest house challenge: Aerial Art. Students were asked to come up with ways of organising themselves physically in their tutor class groups to create designs to represent their houses.   A drone flown by Ruben Castaing then...

New social sciences teacher Amanda Walker is no stranger to Nayland College. This year she returns to us after once being a student here.Mrs Walker is pleased to be at the college in a new capacity.  “It’s a pleasure to be back at the same...

There is a pretty special Nayland connection in the recently launched collection of “epic” New Zealand men’s stories by author and former Nayland student Stuart Lipshaw.The book is titled ‘Oh Boy’ and features some stunning artwork by various artists, as well as a section on...

Congratulations to the three Nayland girls who have made the Tasman Secondary Schools girls rugby squad.This is a great achievement for Tanykah Wilson, Cheyenne Wirihana and Shakia-lee Biggs and we look forward to following their progress at their next game on the 15th September in...

On Friday 28th July Nayland College’s future problem solving journey began with a fantastic group of Year 10 students unpacking a future scenario focusing on the (hypothetical) spread of an infectious disease. Future problem solving is a challenging international programme that helps to shape confident, connected...

The level 2 biology classes were honoured to be amongst the first groups allowed back into the Brook Waimarama Sanctuary after an intensive programme to eradicate all pest species within the 715 hectare predator-proof fenced area. The focus of the visit was to gain first hand...

In this entertaining audio, we give you the low-down on the senior ball, held last weekend at the Trafalgar Centre.https://youtu.be/7SwehQ4ROckBy Media Studies Teacher - Duncan McKinlay[gallery]...