Students succeed at festival

Junior students perform the classic \'Romeo and Juliet\'. 

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.

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But first, breakfast please! 

The Breakfast Club sign welcomes everyone.

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. 

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Conservationist returns to teaching

Mr Isherwood and friend on the job.

Courtenay Isherwood recently became a social studies teacher at Nayland College. It is a big lifestyle change for him, as he has spent the last couple of years as a conservation worker.

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Student leader embraces new role

Sam trains with the Giants.

Year 13 student leader Sam Seelen enjoys being able to have a positive impact on Nayland College. Sam has attended Nayland since year 9 but only decided he would like to run for the role as a student leader last year.

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Old hand takes on new role

Mrs McDonald gets into the dry carry spirit during Nayland House Day.

Dixie McDonald is no stranger to Nayland College. However, she has taken on a new role in Nayland as Head of House for Pegasus.

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