Last Friday the 29th of June three members of Nayland’s environment group attended the official opening of Ecoland, the Nelson City Council Environment Centre.
Holly Ward, Zena Denton and Luke Denton participated in the Top of the South Tour Speed Skating 3-day competition which was held in Blenheim near the beginning of June.
On Thursday 14th of June Nayland choir students arrived home from Blenheim happy and proud of the results they had achieved that day.
As a part of the learning support class mathematics project on cars, Mr Peter Glue was invited to school to show students a classic car he had assembled himself.
Local radio waves have been spiced up with a new addition over the last few weeks. Reviving an old Nayland tradition, teacher John Valentine has handed over his own regular environmentally and socially conscious Fresh FM slot, Pale Blue Dot, to a small group of committed Nayland students.
Credit to Nelson Weekly and journalist Jonty Dine. Article published in issue dated 22 May 2018
This week it’s head of outdoor education Ashley Whitehead’s turn to offer his thoughts in our Friday Five.
Josh Holmes is one of 2018’s four Nayland College student leaders.
Principal Daniel Wilson came up with the idea of writing a fun fake news story about the school buying a plane to solve its transport problems.