Nayland College alumnus and current Washington DC economist Kinley Salmon can now add ‘author’ to his list of achievements. He recently returned to his former college to launch his first book Jobs, Robots & Us.
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Last week the college’s school production took to the stage. Here student reporter Aleisha Smith gives a review of the closing night’s performance.
Maths teacher Rachael Purdie brings warmth, passion and knowledge to Nayland College’s staff this year as she returns after a break from teaching.
Students and parents, meet Mia Faulkner: A driven Year 13 student who is one of Nayland College’s new student leaders for 2019.
Nayland College’s old canteen is currently being rebuilt into the Kuaka Café: A fun, versatile space where students can relax, socalise, enjoy food and drink and study. The Kuaka Café is being built where the old canteen was situated and is set to be open in term one of 2019.
Year Nine students Beni Rae and Eli Sheppard are the brains behind the operation that is Nayland College’s astronomy club.
On Friday the 22nd of June approximately 50 students and teachers came into the school hall and participated in Nayland College’s annual Periodic Table Competition.
An exciting addition comes to Nayland College’s physical and outdoor education departments this year, as Kristel Leijten joins the staff.
The Stoke Public Library has recently been put under scrutiny due to 43 incidents that have taken place there between January 2016 and December 2017 involving youth behaving in an intimidating and threatening manner towards library staff and the public.