Welcome to Clendon Park School

Thank you for taking the time to find out more about the Clendon Park School learning community.

Clendon Park School prides itself in providing a stimulating multicultural environment that promotes curiosity, independence and challenge while also developing respect for each other, ourselves and the environment. At Clendon Park School we understand the importance of building strong relationships between home and school we see ourselves as working closely together in a partnership to raise student achievement. We are committed to providing an open and inviting learning community where effective communication is of the utmost importance.

We have a dedicated and talented team who work hard together to deliver the best educational opportunities for your children. We believe in holistic education and offer a wide range of outstanding opportunities across the academic, sporting, cultural, artistic and environmental learning areas.

We look forward to working alongside you all.





Tuesday 2nd February

Waitangi Day – observed Monday 8th February

Good Friday, Easter Mondahy, Easter Tuesday 2nd, 5th, 6th Aprik


 Friday 16th April 

 (100 half days)  11 wks


Monday 3rd May

(Queen’s Birthday - Monday 7th June)


 Friday 9th July

 (98 half days) 10 wks


Monday 26th July


 Friday 1st October

 (100 half days) 10 wks


Monday 18th October

(Labour Day - Monday 25th October)


 Tuesday 14th December

 (82 half days) 9 wks

                                                                                      380 half days


2021 - Holidays

Schools will be closed in 2021 on Saturdays and Sundays

and on the following holidays:

Auckland Anniversary Day         Monday 1st February     start of Term 1

Waitangi Day                           Saturday 6th February    within Term 1 - but observed Monday 8th February

Good Friday                             Friday 2nd April             within Term 1

Easter Monday                         Monday 5thh April          within Term 1

Easter Tuesday                        Tuesday 6th April            within Term 1

Anzac Day                               Sunday 25th April           within school holidays - but observed on Monday 26th April

Queens’ Birthday                     Monday 7th June             within Term 2

Labour Day                             Monday 25th October      within Term 4




A starter stationery pack will be provided free of charge for the following students:

  -    Students who are currently enrolled at the start of Term 1 2021

  -    New Students who start during the months of January and February 2021

  -    New Entrants (5 years old, starting first schooling) during 2021.

If students require top-up stationery items throughout the year these will be available for purchse from the school.

Students transferring into our school from other schools during the year should bring all their stationery from their previous school.  



We do not charge School Fees and do not request a School Donation.  However, a cost may be requested from time to time to cover part costs of extra activities or trips during the year.



                                COVID ALERT LEVEL 4 - AUGUST 2021

Kia ora koutou

We are now all in Alert Level 4 which means that our school will not be open  for any students for the next seven days. This follows someone being identified with COVID-19 and who has been in the Auckland and Coromandel communities while believed to be infectious.

It is really important we do everything we can to keep our community safe. Alert Level 4 means we need to stay home in our bubbles and avoid any travelling as much as possible.  Supermarkets, pharmacies, foodbanks and other essential services will be open – but remember to wear a face covering if you are out and about (even a scarf wrapped around your mouth and nose will help). Check in using the NZ COVID Tracer App wherever you go and please also keep a distance from people you don’t know and wash your hands well and often, especially before and after using any public facilities.

  • Our distance learning plan will therefore kick into action when we move to Level 3 and we’ll be in touch with you to let you know how this will work
  • With such short notice we weren’t able to hand out our learning hard packs to students in order to support distance learning. Your teacher will be in touch  with some information to support learning from home

Please go to the Ministry of Health website to check out  the  list of locations the confirmed case has visited while they were considered to be infectious. If you were at one of those locations and at the same time as specified on the website, then please follow the relevant instructions to isolate and potentially to get tested. Please keep checking that webpage as new locations may be identified over time.

Our focus as always will be to support the learning, safety and wellbeing of our rangatahi and tamariki and we continue to be here to support you as well.

Please don’t hesitate to contact your child’s kaiako or me, if there is something you need assistance with.

Ngā mihi

Sue Dawson

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