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St Claudine Thevenet School

Talofa, Kia ora koutou

Welcome to St Claudine Thevenet School.  

We have a great school with children who are keen to learn and an active school community that supports all that we do. If you have just moved to our community, please come and talk to us and we can show you around our spectacular learning environment.
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School photos – Monday 8th August. Starting with family photos from 8.15am. Remember a clean uniform and tidy hair. Order details to follow

Thu Aug 04 11:04am

RSVP to Grandparents Day: Wed 27 July Morn. tea 10.30 to 11am, visit your grandchild’s class untill12 noon:) office@stclaudine.school.nz

Mon Jul 25 12:27pm

Non uniform day this Thursday

Mon Jul 04 07:35pm

💙💛 A reminder that the last Thursday of each term is a non uniform day. Please remember to bring your gold coin this Thursday – funds raised will be directed to schools in Tonga – Catholic Kids helping Catholic kids across the pacific. 💙💛

Whanau conversations: School will finish at USUAL TIME today and tomorrow. Apologies for any confusion.

Wed Jun 29 09:56am

Inter school Cross country update

Tue Jun 14 05:37pm

Unfortunately due to ground conditions the postponed inter school cross country event has been now been canceled.

Cross country

Thu Jun 02 02:32pm

School Cross country -is going ahead as planned tomorrow. We will update in the morning if we need to postpone. Please ensure your child brings a change of clothing (running shoes, pants/shorts and a white or light coloured shirt) and a towel to school tomorrow. We have a fantastic obstacle course planned that will be tonnes of fun! 

School Bus – The bus has broken down at the start of the run. A new bus is coming. It will be 20-25 minutes away.

Wed May 25 09:23am

Join us on on Friday 20 May, 2022 as we Kōrero Mai, Kōrero Atu, Mauri Tū, Mauri Ora – Speak Up, Stand Together, Stop Bullying!

Thu May 19 02:27pm

It is celebrated annually around the globe.  In Aotearoa, Pink Shirt Day works to create schools, workplaces, communities and whānau where everyone feels safe, valued and respected.
We invite our students to wear something PINK (along with their uniform) to school on Friday- this could be something pink in your hair, pink socks, pink shoes,pink tee shirt- 
We will take time during this day to remind our students about their responsibility to respect others, to stand up against bullying in all forms- racism, exclusion, name calling. It would be a great time for you to talk to your children about how they can be part of the solution to bullying.