The Chalk Board: Term 4, 2021
Please see below for what is happening at Clive School during Term 4
18th – Start of Term 4
- Year 5 and 6 – Opti yachting all week, transport from whānau needed
- Year 1 and 2 – Swimming at Clive pool all week, transport from whānau needed
22nd – Hawke’s Bay Anniversary Day/ No Assembly
25th – Labour Day
27th – Tennis Eastern Primary and Intermediate Competition
– Junior School Whanau Hui 3.15 and 6pm
28th – Year 3 and 4 trip to Omni Gym, transport from whānau needed
29th – Assembly – Junior School
1st – BoT Meeting in the staffroom at 5:30pm
3rd – Coastal Cluster Hockey – Dependent on levels
4th/5th/11th – ASB St John in Schools Programme
5th – Assembly School Bands
12th – Tech Taster HNI & Napier Intermediate
– Assembly Middle School
15th – Teacher Only Day
16th – Primary Schools Kahungunu Kapa Haka Festival
19th – Mufti Day – Christmas Raffle collection
19th – Assembly School Bands
24th – CC Yr 5 Tabloids at Twyford School
26th – Choir visit to Voguehaven
– Assembly – Senior School – Kapa Haka
1st – Christmas Assembly – Choir
3rd – Clive School Athletics
6th – BOT meeting
8th – Water Day
10th – Year 6 Leavers Assembly
16th – Prize Giving (moved from 15th to 16th)
17th – Last day of 2021 – School finishes at 12pm
Nau mai haere 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.
How rich are we as a Clive School Community?
If it is measured by;
- the diversity of the members within
- the positive open and honest relationships that we have
- the ability to acknowledge our weakness, address them and being positively proactive
- the quality of the interactions and activities that we share
- the ability to make best use of the quality resources we have at our disposal
- our willingness to embrace and implement change effectively and without fuss
- the way in which we look after the most vulnerable within our school community
- the optimistic forward planning we undertake based on quality analysed data,
- our ability to laugh and cry together
- the way we celebrate our successes, progress and honest failures
- our proven ability to extend those with talents and skill and lift those with needs
- our shared knowledge of self, whakapapa, whanau, history and potential
- our belief that as ‘ako’ (teachers and learners) we will all make a positive difference to everyone’s future
- and the fact that we are modest, competitive, humble and very reflective
then those who are fortunate to attend Clive School – learners, staff and parents as a learning community we are indeed rich by other measures, who knows maybe we are beyond rich, beyond compare!
At a time of great world division and pandemic separation, we need to look inwards and be grateful and thankful for what we do have and forget about our own ‘selfish’ wants.
Trust in our Clive kids, they are our future.
Brian Eales, Principal
Thanks to all families for continuing to support FOS with their fundraising in 2020. It has been a different year however we are looking forward to having lots more events next year.
We are always happy to welcome new members.