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Nayland College Update, Friday 20 March 2020

School Calendar:

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2020 School Terms:

Term 1: Tue 4 Feb - Thurs 9 April
Term 2: Tue 28 April - Fri 3 July
Term 3: Mon 20 July - Fri 25 September
Term 4: Mon 12 October - Thurs 10 December


Symptoms of Covid-19, flu and cold

Covid-19 update 19 March

by Daniel Wilson

An updated message from Nayland College Principal Daniel Wilson

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Year 9 Whakatū Marae visit postponed

by Nayland College Official

Unfortunately the Year 9 Whakatū Marae visit later this term has been postponed, however students have been doing some engaging and challenging activities in preparation for this event.

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Student ID and printing cards

by Nayland College Official

ID cards were printed earlier this year for Year 9 and Year 11 students, with the $10 charge added to student accounts. Once paid, the ID can be collected from the Nayland College Business Centre. ID cards are photo ID and they include $5 school printing credit.

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We may have found what you have been looking for

by Nayland College Official

If you are missing any uniform or camp items from last week, please see our wonderful team at the Student Support Centre. Please remember to name all belongings.

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Parking on school grounds is for Nayland staff only

by Nayland College Official

Just a reminder, for safety reasons, please use nearby streets for student drop off and pick up to limit traffic coming in and out of our school carparks. Thank you for your support.

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Jeff Lockhart exhibition

Jeff Lockhart presents 'Looking Back - a retrospective'

by Jeff Lockhart

Open for public viewing 9am-5pm Monday to Friday 16 March to 3 April at G_Space Gallery NMIT, Nile St, Nelson. See below for more information about Jeff Lockhart.

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Nelson Coachlines

Important bus timetable updates from Nelson Coachlines

by Nelson Coachlines

If you travel in along the Moutere Highway using the Mot 2 service, your bus may be leaving at an earlier time so please check the updates below from Nelson Coachlines.

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Fortest and Bird Youth Nelson

Wildlife Conservation Opportunity

by Diane Holland

We are a group run by youth for youth and aim to get young adults involved with local conservation and environmental events. We are keen to reach out to college students letting them know about our group and the various opportunities available: leadership positions on the committee, attending events, volunteer working bees or coming along to the guest speaker evenings at Earth Hub.

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