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 …
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 …
Under Level 2 face coverings are required on public transport (buses, trains and commuter ferries). However, school busses are exempt. Face coverings will be required for the NBus.
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.
Nayland College, in conjunction with Broadgreen Intermediate, is delighted to announce the appointment of Scott Baker as our Basketball Development Manager.
As part of 9E’s current health focus, the class identified a need to address the litter issue at popular summer reserves.
The Sir Wallace Rowling Memorial Scholarship is open to students from schools across the Nelson/Tasman area. This year one of the two recipients is Nayland’s own Matthew Edmonds.
Here we catch up with Year 13 Troy Wilson, one of five regional recipients of the McKee Charitable Trust Tertiary Scholarship.