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.
Video: Ducks set up home at Nayland College — by NayColOfficial
You might recognise Jenn Gilbert even if you have never met her. She was a student at Nayland College from 2000 – 2004. While at Nayland, she discovered a passion for sign language, which has led to her becoming a sign language interpreter for the Prime Minister’s televised Covid-19 briefings. We caught up with Jenn, …
It should have been the trip of a lifetime, and in many ways it was. However, Year 12 students Emma Barnes Wetere, Nikita Kirkwood and Jed Shackleton are counting their lucky stars after narrowly making it home from their Chilean exchange in the midst of the Covid 19 crisis.
During lock down, Nayland teachers were required to make a number of changes to their teaching and learning programs. Head of Drama Verity Davidson, explains how she got her students to find their voice.
Starting a new school or moving to a new town is always tough, but it is even tougher when your original home is thousands of miles away and you were left with no choice but to move to a new country. Sadly, this has been the reality for Nayland College’s refugee students. However, with aroha …
Are you taking all the opportunities available to you while learning at home? Our student leaders have some advice for everyone.