Nau mai harere mai, Kia ora – Welcome
CLIVE KIDS are connected, engaged and creative. If you are as excited about the potential of your child as we are then they will thrive at Clive School.
Our community is situated in a semi-rural locality, nestled between Napier and Hastings in ‘The Bay’, established in 1879. We don’t just live traditions we create them. Partnerships between and within our community of learners are strong. We hold and share high achievement expectations for all children and we work hard to achieve each student’s potential. Learning is relevant, culturally meaningful and modern (Brian Eales – School Principal).
The Chalk Board: Week, Term
2015 – First day of School, 2nd February
WOW! 2014 was an action packed year of learning at Clive School.
FOS – Friends of the School
2014 Recipe Book Sales
Pop into the School office to purchase copies of the Clive School Recipe Book
$20 per copy
Words of Wisdom from Mr Eales
The School roll continues to rise and reflects the growth in our Community and their confidence in the programmes and achievements of Clive Students and School.
These achievements are not only in the classroom but also on the sports field and in the many cultural activities that we offer. That success is evident in many forms at Clive School from individual milestones where the inclusion of a comma or speech marks may be a high light for a student to the team accolades for winning interschool sporting events
‘Success always starts in the head of the individual’
Thank you to the parents who have been able to attend the ‘e-learning upskill sessions’ organised by staff both during and after school. It is great to see parents as connected as their children. Remember in this fast moving technological age ‘no question is a dumb question’. Miss Northe is congratulated for ensuring that no barriers exist for parents as their children engage with e-learning tools and for the timely ‘skills programme for parents’.
Summer Reading Programme
Support your child at home with their reading by registering for the ‘Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge’
Junior Cricket for years 1 and 2 start on Wednesday 22nd October 3.15 – 4pm. Every Wednesday for 6 weeks.
- FOS Friday Lunches finish this week – Week 8 2014.