Whāia ai e tātou te iti kahurangi.
Manaaki ai tātou i a tātou anō me te taiao.
He tangata pono, he tangata tika, he tangata aroha tatou.
Ka whakatau, ka whakakotahi, ka whakanui tātou.
He iwi manawa popore, he iwi awhina, he iwi manaaki tangata tātou.
Our Learner dispositions
At Clevedon School we explicitly teach what it means to be a good learner. Throughout the year teams will choose one or two of the following learner dispositions to teach through their units of inquiry:
Collaboration - Work interdependently and synergistically in teams with strong interpersonal and team-related skills including effective management of team dynamics and challenges, making substantive decisions together, and learning from and contributing to the learning of others.
Communication - Communicating effectively with a variety of styles, modes, and tools (including digital tools), tailored for a range of audiences.
Critical Thinking - Critically evaluating information and arguments, seeing patterns and connections, constructing meaningful knowledge, and applying it in the real world.
Citizenship - Thinking like global citizens, considering global issues based on a deep understanding of diverse values and worldviews, and with a genuine interest and ability to solve ambiguous and complex real-world problems that impact human and environmental sustainability.
Creativity - Having an ‘entrepreneurial eye’ for economic and social opportunities, asking the right inquiry questions to generate novel ideas, and leadership to pursue those ideas and turn them into action.