“The school’s well-developed curriculum and the high quality of teaching is supporting students to achieve and progress very well. Many students demonstrate the attitudes and skills associated with becoming capable and responsible learners who are well prepared for their future education.”
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Launch Day: "Gnarly Problems!!"
Our whole school Inquiry for 2017 kicked off with a day of creative problem solving. We had newspaper caterpillar wheels, balloon challenges, mystery minefields and the mighty water challenge complete with a water vessel market place. Every team that demonstrated collaboration, critical thinking and communication skills won a puzzle piece to complete the whole school jigsaw.
What a great start to our fabulous Inquiry.
Welcome Back: 2017 !!!
2017 has kicked off with some fabulous goal setting on Tuesday.
We begin our Inquiry focus for the year with Launch Day on Friday.
14 November - School Notice after Earthquake
SCHOOL UPDATE: Due to earthquake and tsunami warnings, the SCHOOL IS CLOSED for the day.
We will post updates on this page and on Facebook. Keep safe.
School buildings will be checked today.
Enviro News - Week 4, Term 4
Resources needed for Thursday enviro groups, can you help? Do you have any of the following items that you could donate?
We would appreciate your help. Things can be left in Library Foyer in labelled boxes.
Thank you so much for your contributions!
Te wiki o te reo Māori - Māori Language Week
Cross Country in May
Another beautiful Autumn day for our cross country. We are always impressed with how the children Choose to be More by challenging themselves to run the longest course.
Our 'big buddies' are always at hand to run alongside and support their younger friends.
Clarkville 'Tryathlon' 2016
Our students 'chose to be more' in the annual Clarkville 'Tryathlon' 2016. They could complete the event in teams or individually. We were impressed with their ability and willingness to give it a go. Thanks so much to all the parents who came along and helped around the course - we couldn't have done it without you! To those who came to support your student - thanks for coming along and being their personal cheer squad. For those who weren't able to make it, maybe we will get to see you next time but until then, here's a movie trailer that one of our talented Aspire students (Caleb Radford) put together. Enjoy!
Kids, staff, parents and our local community spell out 'More' on the field. We will be connecting with as many people as we can - locally, nationally and globally with the launch of Clarkville Live this year.
Our first marketing mission was to get as many people to Clarkville as we could to break the world hopping record!!