From Tuesday 24 March, Nayland College will be closed for most students.
Please read the following update carefully, particularly regarding students with compromised immunity.
As you are aware the Novel-Coronavirus (COVID-19) has now been declared an international pandemic. This communication is to give families an update on how Nayland College is following Ministry of Education and Health guidelines.
Nayland College Athletics Day was held on Tuesday 3 March at the Saxton Oval Athletics Track. There were over 350 competitors on the day, ranging from Year 9 to Year 13, all competing in their respective age groups.
Last Tuesday was the annual Tasman Secondary Schools Triathlon Championships, which saw students from all over the region running, cycling and swimming their way around Rabbit Island.
Moving up to the Intermediate Ladies grade and facing tough competition wasn’t going to hold back Year 11 Nayland College student Holly Ward as she competed in three national events earlier this year.
It was a case of history repeating itself for the Nayland debating team as they took out the senior section of the Kahurangi Regional Student Debating competition for the second year in a row. The tournament, held at Nayland College, featured debaters from Nayland, Waimea, Garin, Nelson Girls, and Nelson Boys colleges.
Two weeks ago, Nayland experienced yet another successful house day, with students coming together under the banners of either Draco, Aquila, Pheonix or Pegasus House to celebrate a day of whanaungatanga – the chance to feel a connection to their school and have a whole lot of fun in the process.
Over the summer holidays, 5 students from Nayland College embarked on a trip of a lifetime when they travelled to Laos and Vietnam as part of the World Challenge program.
Year 11 student Matthew Edgar had an exciting summer, representing New Zealand at the 15th annual Junior Theatre Festival in Atlanta, Georgia.
Nayland College Athletics just got a whole lot more competitive with star sprinter, 13 year old Micayla Whiti, joining Nayland as a Year 9 student.
For a number of years, Nayland College has debated the relative merits of horizontal and vertical tutor classes. In 2020, we have decided to go with both, in the hope of gaining the maximum benefit for our students. This means that year 9 and year 10 will have horizontal tutor classes (students of the same …
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