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,t 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: Term 3 Week 9
Monday, Kapa Haka Festival, 10am departing School, returning at approximately 2pm (with Mr Bassett)
Wednesday, HB Cross Country – morning
Wednesday, School Production ‘Is This Your Home?’ – 6.30pm start time, doors open at 6pm
Thursday, School Production ‘Is This Your Home?’ – Matinee 1pm start time, doors open at 12.40pm
Thursday, School Production ‘Is This Your Home?’ – 6.30pm start time, doors open at 6pm
Friday, last day of Term 4
Friday, NO FOS lunches
Friday, Assembly – Mr Eales
Year 5 & 6 Camp Presentation
Words of Wisdom from Mr Eales
We are very excited about sharing with our community the School Production, ‘Is This My Home’. The performance will showcase how our students are persevering in their learning, whilst actively participating and contributing in their classrooms aspect of the performance.
Each night classes will leave the stage and return to their classrooms once the show has finished. We ask that all parents/caregivers/families pick up students from the classrooms. Students will not be released to meet you, they need to be picked up from the classrooms. Pick up time is at 8pm.
Congratulations to Mr Bassett and the Elective Kapa Haka group – we are extremely proud of your efforts at Monday’s festival (19th September).
Click on the link to view the FOS Facebook Page
Speech and Drama Lessons
West End Performing Arts
DRAMA TECHNIQUES, TUITION AND EXPERIENCE CAN LEAD TO MANY SOCIAL SKILLS, BODY AWARENESS AND VOCAL PROJECTION LEADING TO SELF – CONFIDENCE AND SELF MOTIVATION ETC.
For more information click on the link below
Afcare Contact Details
Afcare is a privately run organisation which offers care for students before and after school each day. Situated in the Clive School Hall.
If you would like to know any further details please call: 027 332 8849.
- FOS Friday Lunches – Orders taken in the sun shelter before School on a Friday
- Sausages $1.50
- Muffins $1.50 (Chocolate Chip or Blueberry)
- Pie $2.00
2016 Clive School Communication Options
We are all different! We all have different needs as to how we want or choose to access information. This year we will continue to offer families and the community different ways of accessing information from the School. You can choose how and when you read various communications from us, may it be:
- Viewing the chalk board penguin during the day when you come into the School
- Reading paper newsletters or notices
- Viewing content on the School Website or Blogs (www.cliveschool.co.nz)
- Receiving ‘tweets or texts’
- Viewing content and receiving alerts from our Clive School App (Apple and Android)
Please note, where possible all information will be duplicated to ensure that all options share the same information.
Tweets & Texts Old and new phones can be used, simply follow the instructions below if you would like to receive short text messages about events and up-dates.
Text the number: 8987
Type the following message: follow cliveschoolnz
Clive School App Read notices & view calendared events, receive alerts about events, access links to Blogs and Websites and call in or email the office to let them know your child will be absent or late.