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Nayland College Update, 24 March 2023

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2023 School Terms

2024 - Term 1 will start on Thursday 1 February.

Upcoming dates to note:


School Uniform Reminder

by Nayland College

Please ensure students wear the correct uniform, whatever the weather.

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Possible strike day Wednesday 29 March

by Rachel Robinson, Presiding Member, Nayland College School Board

PPTA Te Wehengarua members have voted for a one-day national strike on 29 March 2023. Subject to progress in mediation, school boards will receive formal notification on Sunday 26 March. We will update our families as soon as more information comes to hand.

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Achievement Conferences - next round Wednesday 5 April

by Hannah Banks

Thank you to all those students and caregivers who participated in Achievement Conferences today. There is a further opportunity in the last week of term, on Wednesday 5 April, if you haven't yet booked an appointment. The conferences are an important opportunity to discuss your child's goals, their learning and their progress. Please note that school will close early at 1pm on Wednesday 5 April.

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Book your tickets now for 'Seussical'

by Nayland College ARTS

Nayland College is delighted to bring the Cat in the Hat, Horton the Elephant, Jojo, Mayzie la Bird, Gertrude McFuzz and a world a fabulous Dr Seuss characters to the Theatre Royal stage 11-13 May. This dynamic, colourful, crazy show in one 75-minute act is perfect for the whole family.

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Spaces still available for NayCol's expeditions to Borneo in April 2024

by Alana Wall

This is a life-changing opportunity for students to explore the Sabah region in Borneo with expert guides and NayCol teacher(s), while developing life skills, confidence and independence. We’re partnering with World Challenge to offer this 13-night trip.

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Nau mai, haere mai

by Nayland College

All whānau Māori, just a reminder that our first Rūnanga Mātua hui for 2023 will take place on Monday in Te Puna Manako. If you haven't yet completed the RSVP form for catering and are intending to come, please email

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Maths help for seniors every Friday P4 in Room 17

by Nayland College

Just a reminder that our Maths teachers are available to support senior students with their learning every Friday P4 in Room 17.

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National Youth Week - poster competition

by Whanake Youth

Working alongside the theme of NYW, design something that represents youth week to you. Competition closes Thursday 6 April. $75 prezzy card prize for the winning design. Open to all young people aged 12-24yrs. Send your design to

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Nelson Fencing Classes - Term 2

by The Fencing Institute

27 April – 30 June in the old gym, Nelson College for Girls. Gear hire included for beginners. Email or phone 0212046455.

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Tikapa Moana - Adventurous Journey

by NZ Sailing Trust

Tikapa Moana youth explorer is five days of sailing and kayaking. The programme is structured in a way that allows the participants to complete components of the Duke of Edinburgh Hillary Award. For more information visit

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Hinemoana - sail on a legendary round the world maxi yacht

by NZ Sailing Trust

Our female specific youth development programme is delivered over five days of sailing and kayaking. The programme is structured in a way that allows the participants to participate and complete components of the Duke of Edinburgh Hillary Award. For more information visit

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by NZ Community Living

Are you passionate about helping others? Have you considered a career as a Support Worker or are you already an experienced carer?

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Krankin' Kids - April holidays & Term 2

by Krankin' Kids

Krankin' Kids is a local Mountain Bike coaching programme and we have some exciting programmes coming up that your school kids might be interested in.

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Pretty Crafty Easter Market

by Pretty Crafty Market

Saturday 2 April, 10am-2pm Richmond Town Hall, 9 Cambridge Street. Bring cash as most stalls do not have eftpos. Gold coin koha entry to the cyclone relief fund. Raffle prizes to be won. Live music, refreshments and a free kids Easter egg hunt!

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