An exciting addition comes to Nayland College’s physical and outdoor education departments this year, as Kristel Leijten joins the staff.
Exciting times ahead for Nayland College
Three months ago, she was home in Latvia. Now, sixteen-year-old Greta Stjade is living on the opposite side of the world.
Nayland College is a very progressive school with many transgender students with varying gender identities and expressions. However, with these different identities, the college must be accommodating of the different needs of the students, such as facilities like toilets and changing areas.
Nayland College has added another two regional titles to their ever-growing trophy cabinet, winning the Senior Boys and Junior Girls categories at the Tasman Secondary Schools’ Volleyball Championships on Friday 16th March at Saxton Stadium.
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.
One of Nayland’s talented outdoor education staff, Mr. Ashley Whitehead, had the adventure of a lifetime this March when he took part in the GODzone adventure race.
After returning from a recent exchange to Chile, Nayland student Joe Williamson has a lot of good to say about his time spent there.
Josh Holmes is one of 2018’s four Nayland College student leaders.
Year 12 student Mia Faulkner is already thoroughly enjoying being the voice for Nayland College students on the board of trustees.