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  • What is Clavis Uniform Policy

    All students from Pre-Reception to Year 6 are required to wear the Clavis School Uniform.

  • What is it like after school hours?

    Clavis is proud of the rich and engaging after-school program which include sports, art, language, science, engineering, and music classes. Most classes are taught by current Clavis teachers or professionals from outside of the school.

  • Is transport provided by the school?

    Transport to and from school is not managed or organized by the school, but arranged between parents and individual drivers. The school can provide you with a list of drivers for the different routes.

  • How can I place canteen orders?

    The canteen offers 'à la carte' menu with different items offered daily. A monthly menu is also available for parents to place their orders in advance. For details, please click here.

  • How does Clavis communicate with me about my child's progress?

    Once per term, parents engage in parent-teacher conferences with their child’s homeroom teacher. In addition, in-depth report cards are available on our online platform at the end of each term. These detail each child’s progress based on a number of competencies, skills, characteristics, and practices. Teachers are also frequently in touch with families via email and phone calls, and parents are welcome to request appointments to discuss a child’s progress as necessary.

  • Is there an English as an Additional Language (EAL) programme for students from overseas?

    Clavis commits to provide EAL classes through a programme that supports and prepares students to function successfully in their homeroom class. Clavis EAL teachers provide direct instruction related to language proficiency, with differentiated content instruction for in-class support.

  • Where do your students go to after primary education?

    The school's administration liaises with families of Year 6 students who want to seek admission at Le Bocage International School (LBIS). Each child normally joins a secondary school that best suits his or her social preferences and learning style, and, as per the Ministry of Education regulations. More information, including a list of secondary schools can be found here.

  • What are security measures available at school?

    There are security cameras around, with a 24/7 security service for monitoring access to the campus.