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]...

The annual regional Ngā Manu Kōrero competitions were held on Friday 25th May at the Headingly Centre in Richmond where schools from across the Top of the South were represented by their speakers and kapa haka groups.This year Te Kareti o Neirana (Nayland College) was...

A new face who hasn’t yet been introduced to our school community can be found in the Business Centre. Lisa Tunnicliffe joined us in February as an accounts administrator.While it’s a new job for Lisa, Nayland isn’t an entirely new environment for the energetic mother...

Nayland College year 9 student Holly Ward represented New Zealand at the Oceania Speed Skating Championships over Easter.The championships were held in Timaru and Holly stayed there together with the New Zealand team. She had three days of competition and came out with an...