Admission & Appeals 2021-22
TBC March 2021 - Offer Day
TBC March 2021 - Last date for acceptance of initial offers
1st May 2021 - Last date for appeals (see Admissions Policy and Appeals Form below)
Cleeve Park School
Our vision is To provide an excellent education for all our students
Our mission statement is Commitment, Pride, Success
Commitment to learning; Pride in ourselves and our community; Success in all we do.
Our students are at the heart of what we do. From the moment you first visit our school, we will support the whole child, recognising their potential, so that they can flourish and continue to value learning.
We know that all students and parents have high aspirations. It is our job to channel this through academic rigour and ambition.
An essential element of this is building resilience in our students through:
- Fostering a sense of what is worthwhile
- Building trusting relationships
- Promoting self-esteem
- Encouraging autonomy
- Academic risk-taking
During the past year the school rebranded to its now distinctive uniform which was selected by our student voice through the student council and celebrated the addition of Cleeve Meadow Free School to our wider community. From September 2020 our facilities are enhanced by the stat of the art performing arts space in the new build and in addition to the new 3G pitch we will have a new conditioning gym and improved external PE and recreational facilities.
All students are set challenging individual targets based on prior learning. They and their teachers track progress regularly. Quality assessments inform vibrant teaching and learning. The SEN department, the Head of Year and pastoral team provide bespoke support for students to reach their potential.
The curriculum is broad and balanced. In Years 7-9 students study English, Maths, Science, Art, Design & Technology, Drama, Geography, History, Computer Science, French, Music, PE and Religious Studies.
In Years 10-11, students study the core subjects of English, Maths, Science, PE and Religious Studies. Students also choose option subjects, which give balance to the curriculum and allows them to develop their interests and attitudes.
Our Sixth Form is well integrated into the life of the school, with a wide range of courses available. For September 2020 we also launch a new partnership with Welling United FC to provide a football academy as part of our 6th form offer. Students can also access a wider curriculum, such as volunteering, mentoring and leadership experiences. They are supported to aspire to university and other appropriate career pathways.
Learning beyond the classroom recognises our students’ unique talents and fosters self-belief:
- Extensive individual music tuition
- Frequent musical and dramatic performances
- Duke of Edinburgh and other leadership programmes
- Competitive and non-competitive sport is promoted through our extra-curricular programmes. Students take part in the annual TKAT (Academy Trust) Games.
- Educational trips and visits to a range of overseas and UK venues, for example a yr 7 PGL trip to the Isle of Wight, Ski trip to Andorra and a trip to the French battlefields.
- Jack Petchey Speak out Challenge develops the skills and confidence to speak in public.
We all thrive on praise and as such we have a multitude of ways to celebrate the success of our students. Opportunities for parents/carers to be part of their child’s achievements include Prize Giving, contact with home and parent consultation evenings. Celebration assemblies are integral to a community of respect and recognition.
We look forward to welcoming you to our school to experience its unique atmosphere.
Cleeve Park School has been an Academy since 2012 and as part of The Kemnal Academies
Trust (TKAT) benefits from the support a large Multi-Academy Trust can provide www.tkat.org