Hilary Hurst loves a challenge, whether that be a difficult student, or navigating her way through harsh rapids. Mrs. Hurst enjoys teaching science, but she also seeks a “low key” adrenaline rush time to time.
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Entries by Daniel Wilson
Though she may think otherwise, science teacher Dr Dean has lead an interesting life, to say the least.
Year 13 student and passionate environmentalist Matthew Edmonds was recently selected to attend Blake Inspire. He shares his experiences of this with us here.
Trudy Harvey comes across as any other relateable modern-day English teacher.
OPINION: Passionate environmental advocate and student reporter Ruby Vidgen reflects on the recent climate strike and the issues behind it.
Over the first four days of September, the Nayland College Junior A Basketball team competed in the South Island Secondary Schools Basketball competition held in Nelson. Teams from schools from all around the South Island made their way up to the top!
Early last term I had the privilege of seeing our own NayCol drama department’s portrayal of a moving WWII story, based on the diary of a girl called Anne Frank. It was certainly a memorable experience and below readers can try a small taste of that night.