Nayland College students won a number of awards at the recent Cawthron Scitec Expo. Congratulations go to Stella Bloomfield, Delta Brewerton, Connor Edmunds, Ra Edmunds, Femke Kleinloog, Zara Leiffering, Keshia […]
Congratulations to Ethan Pemberton who was awarded Kaitātaki Tāne (top male leader), and to all of Pūaha Te Tai who gave their all in the midst of multiple disruptions, and […]
Following incredible success within the Nayland College Girls Rugby team, Lucy Mahuika, Paige Andrews and Ruby Thomas have been chosen to join the Mako U18 Women’s training squad, with Lucy […]
Over five evenings the 2022 Nayland College Arts Festival brought Drama, Dance, Music and Visual Arts to the fore, showcasing the exceptional talents of our ākonga.
A massive congratulations to both Mikaela McDonald (Y10) and Emily Olthof (Y9) who both won medals at the Oceania Speedskating Championships!
After winning all their games in the local U18 Tasman competition, Nayland Girls challenged Motueka in the finals at 5pm under lights at Jubilee Park Richmond on Wednesday 24 August.
A huge congratulations to our mixed choir ‘NayCol Chorale’ who won silver at the recent Big Sing Southern Cadenza Finale in Timaru! Head of Music Kay Mackenzie tells the story.
As the one year anniversary approaches, Nayland College has set aside time on Saturday 3 September at 11:00am in the school hall to remember our dearly loved counsellor, Suzi Keepa. […]
In order to support the emergency efforts, Nayland College is moving to online learning for Monday 22 and Tuesday 23 August.
We’re delighted to present our 2022 Arts Festival from Mon 5 Sept to Wed 14 Sept – a celebration of Drama, Dance, Music and Visual Arts.
Nayland College has been made aware that potential flooding across Nelson may impact our community. Rocks Road is currently closed and the Bromells Bus service may need to take an […]
Nayland College congratulates ex-Nayland student (1993-1997) Saradha Koirala, on winning the 2022 NZ Book Awards Young Adult category with her book ‘Learning to love Blue.’ The book is a sequel […]
As the one year anniversary approaches, Nayland College has set aside time on Saturday 27 August at 11:00am in the school hall to remember Suzi. This will be an opportunity […]
Students in year 9 will move to online learning from Wednesday 10 August – Friday 12 August.
Don’t forget to bring cash for International Food Day tomorrow, Thursday 4 August. This is your opportunity to try food from Pakistan, Singapore, Japan, Burma, Columbia and more!
Not only has Mikaela McDonald been selected to compete at the Oceanias next month, she has also gained entry into the World Roller Games in Argentina in October.