Circuit News

Ki-o-Rahi

This week Nayland hosted the regional junior Ki-o-Rahi tournament.

Baking and Blogging raise money for charity

Two Year 10 classes worked (and taste tested) extremely hard over the past four weeks to bring Nayland College its first ever collaboration with Burger Culture. What they produced was …

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Five days on Sir Peter Blake’s ‘Steinlager 2’

During the autumn break students Silas Bailey and Morgan Barack completed Atl@s (Advanced Training in Leadership at Sea) aboard Sir Peter Blake’s around the world race winning boat Steinlager 2.

Suzi Seeds In Sean’s Footsteps

On Wednesday 13 April, Nayland College held its first A&P show in many years. Part of this event was the culmination of the fundraising that had taken place in Term …

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End of year hampers reach families in need

Thank you to all those who supported our end of year hampers last year!

Women’s Refuge blown away by support

Last week representatives of the various Level 2 Business Studies groups collectively made a significant donation to the staff at Women’s Refuge.

Distribution of Learning Devices

For those that were unable to collect a device last week we are opening up the library again tomorrow from 10:00-11:30am.

Readers Cup a ‘Novel’ Experience for NayCol Year Nines

On Monday 5 July, nine Nayland College students competed in the Top of the South Readers Cup. The cup is an event designed to quiz Year 9 students on their …

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Special Olympics

On Wednesday 23 June, the Learning Support Centre went to the Saxton Stadium to participate in football. Year 12 student Lachlan Rout shares the story.

‘Nelson Crime Family’ steals audience

NayCol bands have been turning the stage area near the canteen into the school’s coolest new venue with a series of concerts. One such band was the “Nelson Crime Family”, …

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Students feeding students and raising awareness

During the holidays, a few students of the Nayland Food Collective and members of Pūaha Te Tai prepared fresh pizza for the cast and crew of ‘Carousel’ musical production. With …

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Behind the scenes for ‘Carousel’ – literally

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 …

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Nayland bands through to Rockquest regional finals

Five out of the six bands that competed in the regional heats last weekend have made it through to the finals. Student journalist Ysabella Abel caught up with some of …

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Race against the clock for 48 hour film competition

Over 48 hours, starting on 5 March, nine filmmakers in two teams competed in a time sensitive competition for the creation of short films. Student Journalist Finn Kerby-Pinguet reports.

‘Tea and Tech’s’ first visit a success

On Thursday 8 April, Nayland’s sustainability group, Tautīnei, visited Otumarama Rest Home as part of the “Tea and Tech” volunteer organization. Student journalist Finn Kerby-Pinguet observed.

Year 9 Food Tech classes visit local producers

This week two Year 9 Food Technology classes made their way by van or bike down to Oaklands Milk Farm to learn more about where food comes from and how …

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‘Carousel’ – Nayland College’s Spunky 2021 Production

Eight weeks from now, ‘Carousel’, the award-winning Broadway musical, will be performed by students from Nayland College and Broadgreen Intermediate at the Theatre Royal. The teen actors are directed by …

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HortNZ sponsoring new Nayland College irrigation system

Nayland College’s horticulture unit is getting an upgrade thanks to a generous donation from HortNZ along with support from FruitFed Supplies who are kindly supplying materials at cost.

NayCol debaters prepare for regionals

Meeting every Monday afternoon, a group of debating students have been ‘fighting’ hard to prepare for the regional competition this weekend. Student journalist Finn Kerby-Pinguet went along to watch.

An Amalgamation of Art and Science

Last Monday, a group of Year 9 students started an art/science (with a twist of culture) project about Poorman’s Stream.