Public sculpture trail opens at Clevedon School

Clevedon School is hosting the official opening of its public sculpture trail on Wednesday featuring unique sculptures designed by students. Photo supplied.

Clevedon School students have been working hard over the last few months creating unique sculptures to enhance their school environment.

Next week they get to proudly show off their creations when their sculpture trail officially opens to the public.

On Wednesday, November 7 from 4.30pm, the community are invited to celebrate the launch of the sculpture trail with an official welcome in the school hall followed by free reign to wander through the trail.

Students and teachers will be there to explain the meaning behind the unique sculptures they were tasked with designing and making.

From Clevedon schools very own multi coloured world traveller signpost, inspired by the Dr Seuss story, Oh the Places You Will Go to an intricately designed taniwha to protect the school, there has been no limit to the students’ creativity.

Some sculptures have been made using recycled materials, while others are interactive to help get passersby involved.

You’ll even spot a kiwi who wishes she was a flamingo.

Official trail booklets will also be on sale on the evening to help you find your way.

The trail will be open until 7pm on Wednesday evening.

Following the launch the community are welcome to come and have a look at the sculptures anytime during school hours.

Clevedon School Sculpture trail opening

  • 13 North Rd, Clevedon
  • Wednesday, November 7
  • 4.30pm – 7pm
  • Open to the public