The Nayland College Technology programme offers students the chance to develop and design innovative solutions to real problems.


Technology areas include: Wood, Metal, Textiles, Foods and Graphics.


All students begin their Nayland technology experience with a half-year module in one of these contexts. Year 9 students can also explore Fashion and Design, Creative Foods or Workshop and Design as an extension subject. At year 10 students select the areas that they are interested in and may wish to follow through to the senior school.


Problem solving, practical design skills and creativity are developed in a range of academic courses and industry-based vocational training. These courses build key competencies, often in real-world situations.


Industry-based training areas include automotive, mechanical engineeringbuilding and construction and hospitality.


For more information contact Damian Roughan (