From May 4th the meeting room has been buzzing with discussions of problems and opportunities at Nayland College.
Growing up in Colorado, new to Nayland maths teacher Courtney Gravett had similar terrain to New Zealand, with mountains and lots of physical outdoor activities around to do with her family.
Some believe in fate, while others would call it luck. Whichever Alana James believes in, she’s extremely pleased to have her name drawn as the Youth Representative on the Nelson Arts Council.
Devastation. That was the emotion felt by many students after it was announced that Stage Challenge would not be coming to Nelson in 2016.
New to Nayland English teacher Corrin Vedder has always dreamed of writing a book. She has even started writing one, describing it as a fantasy with a bit of magic, “a bit like Harry Potter”.
On the 4th of April representatives from the defence force visited Nayland to educate students about leadership skill and team building, as well as the big variety of career opportunities within the military.
On Saturday the 8th of April, eight groups of Nayland College students participated in the Sheilah Winn Shakespeare Festival with vast success, taking home multiple awards.
There is no better way to start the day than having a good breakfast with your friends. The Kickstart Breakfast Club started at Nayland College nearly two years ago.
New student leader Andre Castaing is very well known around Nayland College.
Well-traveled science and biology teacher Glenis Paul has a Bachelor of Science with a major in Zoology. She has worked in 14 different schools in six different countries and has plenty of advice to give.