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.
This year has seen the launch of the Circuit Journalism Club at Nayland College. Its current team – Year 11s Maya Jayasena, Josh Carter and Victoria Cockerell, and Year 10 Aleisha Smith – can be seen regularly tracking down stories around the school.
Earlier this year, two Year 9 students, Zoe Jurgeleit and Lotte Ketcher, took it upon themselves to tackle teen cyberbullying problems. Their solution: The Positivity Project.
Year Nine students Beni Rae and Eli Sheppard are the brains behind the operation that is Nayland College’s astronomy club.
Three Nayland College journalists got more than they bargained for when they arrived at the set of the AM Show at the church steps.
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.
Meet Jack and Ivy, Nayland’s 2018 youth workers.
On Thursday 14th of June Nayland choir students arrived home from Blenheim happy and proud of the results they had achieved that day.
Exciting times ahead for Nayland College
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.