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Nayland College Newsletter, 6 July 2018

Term 2: 30 April - 6 July

Term 3: 23 July - 28 September
Staff Only Day: 6 September
Mid Term Break: 7 September

Term 4: 15 October - 12 December

School Hours

Monday - Friday: 8:50 am - 3:10 pm

Reception: Mon, Tues, Thur & Fri 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
& Wed 8.00 am - 3.30 pm (earlier closure)

Breakfast Club

Monday, Wednesday, Friday in the Year 13 Study Room


Video: Hui Taurima 2018

Deputy Principal's Message, 6 July 2018

by Jane Townsend

Ma te huruhuru, Ka rere te manu: Adorn the bird with feathers so it can fly

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Calendar: 23 July-5 Augst 2018

by Nayland College

Check out our upcoming events below.

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Nayland College Institute of Sport - High Performance Camp

by Jane Townsend

The inaugural Institute of Sport class travelled to the Millennium Centre in Auckland recently for a high-performance training camp.

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2018 Term 2 CACTUS graduates

2018 Term 2 CACTUS Graduates

by Nayland College Official

Congratulations to the graduates from the Term 2 CACTUS programme. The culmination of eight weeks training ended with The Longest Day on Saturday 30 June followed by an award ceremony and lunch.

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Nayland students, along with those from other schools, get a chance to meet Minister for the Environment Eugenie Sage.

Strong youth representation at Ecoland opening

by science teacher Glenis Paul

Last Friday the 29th of June three members of Nayland's environment group attended the official opening of Ecoland, the Nelson City Council Environment Centre.

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The champions of 2018's Periodic Table Competition.

Periodic Table Competition pushes memory's boundaries

by student reporter Aleisha Smith

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.

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Science students dissecting heart

Blended Learning in our science classrooms. What does it mean?

by Nayland College

Not all students love the idea of dissecting organs. Some think it is simply 'gross', whereas others have ethical reasons for not wanting to participate.

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Showquest 2018 - Nayland College

Showquest team shine

by Nayland College Official

The Nayland College Showquest team's planning and tireless rehearsing paid off when they earned the prestigious production award and attained third place overall at last weekends event.

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Youth workers Jack and Ivy feature on the 24-7 YouthWork poster.

Here for you 24-7

by student reporter Maya Jayasena

Meet Jack and Ivy, Nayland's 2018 youth workers.

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Students SOAR into the end of term two

by Nayland College Official

The end of the term was celebrated with our usual SOAR assembly.

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You are invited to shape the future of NCEA

by Nayland College Official

The government’s review of NCEA is now underway, and people all over the country have started talking about, and sharing their ideas and experiences of NCEA - the challenges, the successes and what we can do better in the future.

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University Open Days

by Careers / Pathways - Nayland College

Check out the document attached for university open days.

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Nelson Scouts 'Gang Show'

Nelson Scouts Presents

by Scouts Nelson

Gang Show is a theatrical production put on by Scouts and Girl Guides. A Gang Show includes a series of items involving singing, dancing, and acting using a revue format.

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