Nayland’s Got Talent!


To finish off the term, Nayland’s Got Talent returned. After last year’s show was held online due to COVID-19, students were keen to participate. All acts spent lots of time practicing and getting ready for their exciting performances. Nayland enjoyed a variety of cultural performances, music, and dance.

The staff and Year 13 acts were a highlight. We saw many students showing off their dancing skills and teachers gracing us with some lip sinking and dancing while acting just another manic Monday at Nayland College.

Image by: Photo Credit: Year 10 Media Studies

Lots of effort went in to preparing the House Acts. The heads if houses, leaders, and captains worked very hard on planning their acts and rallying up participants from each house.

Image by: Photo Credit: Year 10 Media Studies

Image by: Photo Credit: Year 10 Media Studies

Image by: Photo Credit: Year 10 Media Studies

We saw many amazing students showcasing their talents our Rock Quest bands were back performing covers and originals for their fellow students.

Emma, one of our year 13 student leaders said “It was a nice way to celebrate our final year at Nayland.”

After an interview with a couple of year 9’s they said the experience was awesome and it was a great first impression on Nayland’s got talent. “We are super excited for next year.”

Our student leaders did a fantastic job hosting this wonderful show. A big thanks to all the work that went around in the background. We had a packed hall with an incredibly supportive audience who all enjoyed the show.


Best house: Draco

Crowd favourite: Year 13 Entry – ‘Covid 19’

Nayland’s Got Talent 2021 – Crowd Favourite winners ‘Covid 19’ Year 13 entry NayColOfficial

Best group: Siva Sisters 

Best individual: Angel Hui

Nayland’s Got Talent 2021 Best Individual – Angel Hui NayColOfficial

Highly commended: Peace and Love – Ysabella, Pippa, Chris & Lovinia

By Student Journalist Ysabella Abel