Toby Sussex graduated last year and has been busy writing and releasing original songs in the midst of university study. His new song ‘Metronome’ was released today – have a listen!
Earlier this term, the two Year 10 ‘Surf’s Up’ module classes travelled to Westport for an overnight surf camp. The surf camp provided an opportunity for students to finally experience surfing and put into practise some of the knowledge and skills that we have been learning about in class.
A huge collaborative effort saw rotating shifts of students taking part in streamside planting all day on Wednesday this week.
With senior hospitality students involved in all aspects of the process, Manaaki Pop-Up Cafe is a win-win for students gaining credits and staff (and students) enjoying delicious coffee and home baked treats. Nayland College is one of a small number of high schools around the country with a certified commercial kitchen, able to offer tertiary …
House Day at the end of last term was so much fun! Check out the video montage put together by the very talented Isaac Adams and Sam Martin. A massive thank you to all those who contributed to making it a wonderful day out together!
Year 9 student Deegan Broker took part in his first NZ Youth Mini Stock Championships event at Oxford Speedway and came home with a first placing in the New Zealand Development Group.
Last Sunday 16 ESOL students, who are mainly former refugees or new New Zealanders, left Nayland College for three days in Wellington.
Last night Pūaha Te Tai Whānau hosted a pōwhiri and wānanga at Nayland College to welcome Master Weaver Karl Leonard, who has handcrafted a set of traditional piupiu for the Pūaha Te Tai Kapa Haka Rōpu to wear in upcoming competitions.
Many students are involved in this year’s exciting production of ‘Carousel.’ The whole school is aware of our talented cast getting ready to perform. Yet with the show getting closer to performance, our backstage crews are also preparing intensely. Student Journalist Finn Kerby-Pinguet reports.
Sunshine, house colours everywhere, loads of great activities and plenty of ‘super pumped’ staff and students. Check out some of the photos from today.
With five local schools involved, Nayland College students received nine of the sixteen awards available.
The Ministry of Education has confirmed and finalised the enrolment scheme for Nayland College which will take effect from 2 April 2021.
Sailing at Nayland College has grown in strength and numbers over the past few years and with Covid cancelling the regatta last year, students in the silver fleet were delighted to not only race but come home with a trophy!
Hot off a Broadway revival, the Rogers and Hammerstein classic ‘Carousel’ will be performed by a group of Nayland College and Broadgreen Intermediate students at the Theatre Royal from 19-22 May. You don’t want to miss it!