Clevedon School has four houses, each made up of vertical groupings of staff and students across all year levels. Siblings are placed in the same house. The four houses are named after NZ native birds, Weka, Kākā, Kiwi and Tui.
The purpose of our house system is to:
- provide an opportunity for students from all levels of the school to interact
- build new friendships
- encourage older students to mentor and care for younger students
- build school spirit
- create a sense of identity and belonging
- promote participation and competition
- provide opportunities for student leadership and student voice
- provide a grouping through which we can deliver aspects of a pastoral programme
Current house standings
2011 - House Spirit Cup winners - Kiwi
2012 - House Spirit Cup winners - Kiwi
2013 - Winning house for the year - Tui
2014 - House Spirit Cup winners - Tui
2014 - Winning house for the year - Kākā
2015 - House Spirit Cup winners - Tui
2015 - Winning house for the year - Kākā
2016 - House Spirit Cup winners - Weka and Kākā
2016 - Winning house for the year - Kākā
2017 - House Spirit Cup winners - Weka
2017 - Winning house for the year - Weka
2018 - House Spirit Cup winners - Weka
2018 Term updates...
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2018 house leaders:
Maggie Frizzell and
Katherine Fanelli and
Jessica Slater-Bosley and
Anika Lithgow and
House Spirit Day
The purpose of house spirit day is to enable our house leaders to lead their house through a creative and fun event that highlights a key theme that is chosen each year.
The house leaders write and direct a skit and chant that aims to meet the success criteria given. They then must take their vision and teach up to 100 students in their house ready for Spirit Day. Following are some quotes from the house leaders about their experience...
Please click on the links below to see our the spirit days of our past.
2014 Spirit Day