Following the Prime Minister’s announcement tonight that there are cases of community transmission in Auckland, Nayland College would like to assure our community that school will be open as per usual tomorrow.
Tuesday night was Nayland College’s open night, with over 900 visitors coming in two shifts to sample what student life at Nayland College is like.
Teachers and staff were the big winners Thursday lunch time, when they got to judge the delicious results of the inaugural Nayland College House Cook Off.
After some enforced time indoors during lockdown, our Outdoor Education department have been keen to get back amongst it. Enjoy the stunning scenery captured in their photos and read on to find out what our intrepid students have been up to.
Last term three of our Business Studies groups pitched their ideas in a ‘Dragons Den’ style judging scenario as part of The Lion Foundation Young Enterprise Scheme. We’ve been following their journey and this week ‘Doctor Herb’ presented their range of high quality herb and spice mixes for tastings and sales at our Open Evening.
Opening sales figures are looking promising for ‘Supa Sauce’ as members of the public who toured Nayland College’s Open Evening on Tuesday got to sample and purchase the group’s delicious product. Supa Sauce, alongside ‘Doctor Herb’ and ‘ATYR’ are participating in The Lion Foundation Young Enterprise Scheme this year and we have been following their …
Our Year 11 Sociology class has made a valuable contribution to the community by raising over $1200 and receiving donations of 26 boxes of food, through their organisation of a mufti day and food drive.
Last week Level 1 Geography students spent the day at Tahunanui Beach conducting geographic research.
With winter setting in, there is nothing better than a hot meal and nice cup of something warm to get through the day. In this video, we pay a visit to Nayland’s Kuaka cafe, a student run cafe that is becoming popular with students and staff.
This year Nayland College is expecting more former refugees, predominantly Kayah people, from the border of Burma and Thailand. Due to Covid-19, there is now a backlog at the Mangare Resettlement Centre. As part of their social studies self-directed learning project, Ysabella Abel and Pippa Sussex are creating ‘Haere Mai’ bags as a way to …
After a forced hiatus caused by the Covid-19 lockdown, young athletes will be happy to hear that the school winter sports season is about to start again. Nayland College Sports Coordinator Angela Baker and the Director of Sport Brendan Crichton, are working hard to get our winter codes up and running.
This year Nayland College has been lucky to have a fantastic group of new teachers join our whānau. Throughout the year we will be profiling our new recruits in the newsletter so you can get to know them. Today we are saying hello to our new maths teacher Missy Seymour.
This year Nayland College has been lucky to have a fantastic group of new teachers join our whānau. Throughout the year we will be profiling our new recruits in the newsletter so you can get to know them. Today we are saying hello to visual arts teacher Lucy Buckley.
Nayland College has been informed of changes to the NCEA Qualification for 2020 due to Covid-19.
Nayland College horticulture students had the opportunity to visit two local businesses in the horticulture and viticulture industry, learning within the context of a real business experience.