House Day is one of the biggest events on Nayland's house calendar and House Day 2018 was no exception. The event is a riot of colour and noise, and a chance for house members to have fun and get to know each other better.Looking back...

Term 3 SOAR focus value was Ako (learning together). Below are the outstanding students that demonstrated this value during term 3.Junior Assembly First: Megan LinehamSecond: Toby SussexThird Equal: Dominic Snapo & Dre Elkington Senior Assembly First: Ethan KennedySecond: Marcel ChristieThird: Jason Nicholas ...

Maths Week is a premier mathematics event in the New Zealand school calendar, and Nayland College students have enjoyed an interactive week of mathematics challenges, one of which was the highly acclaimed annual 'Pi competition'.The Pi Competition is a crowd favourite event at Nayland College....

Preparations for Bye Bye Birdie continue to take shape as the opening night of Thursday August 17th draws closer. As with any show, the set is crucial.  This year the set for the upcoming musical production of Bye Bye Birdie was created by a combination of...

During the last week of Term Two, Year Nine and selected senior students were involved in our inaugural Nayland College Hui Taurima. The first day involved a pōwhiri at Whakatū marae followed by a hīkoi/walk to the Centre of New Zealand. Our students were...

A cold mid-winter’s day didn’t stop Nayland students from celebrating the annual Winter Festival on July 7th, the last day of term two.  The anticipated event is a favourite on the school’s house calendar.  Students  have the opportunity to gain points for their houses by...

The level two sociology class has been working hard over the last few weeks to raise money to support the Syrian refugee crisis. Funds raised will go to World Vision, who is focusing on the crisis for a second year now.  The organisation deems it...