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  • Update from Ofqual

    Dear Parents, Carers and Students, I understand how unsettling the past weeks have been for you, since the announcement that exams have been cancelled this summer, and that you are urgently waiting for news. As mentioned in previous correspondence I have been waiting for further announcements from Ofqual which is the government department that regulates qualifications, exams and tests. Now that this information has been published I wanted to share with parents, carers and students the plan for all GCSE, AS and A Levels. In order to help you understand these plans, Ofqual’s Chief Regulator, Sally Colliers has produced guidance which is outlined below. read more

  • 27/03/2020 - Message from TKAT regarding Home Learning

    Dear Parents and Carers,

    Our Trust, TKAT, have issued a statement regarding home learning.  Please read the statement in the following link:

    TKAT Statement regarding Home Learning expectations

    We will continue to provide a variety of different activities for your child/ren to complete at home through our online platform RULER.

    Thank you for all your support during this difficult time.  

    Look after yourselves and stay safe

    Jenni Tyler-Maher

    Executive Head Teacher read more

  • 23/03/2020 - Update from the Executive Head Teacher

    Dear Parents and Carers, Thank you for your support and patience during this incredibly difficult and anxious time. We are initiating a rota system of skeleton staff as of today and will reply to phone calls and emails as quickly as we possibly can. There is a large amount of work set on RULER and I know many have been accessing this today. We are in the process of producing a Well Being bulletin that will include a number of websites we believe will be useful to our students. read more

  • UPDATE - 20/03/2020

    20th March 2020 Dear Parents and Carers, Following the recent announcement from the Government regarding the role schools will play during the current health crisis, I am writing to inform you of the plans we have put in place as a response to this. We remain open for children who are vulnerable and for children whose parents are critical to the Covid-19 response and cannot be safely cared for at home. I would like to remind you that the Government guidance (https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-maintaining-educational-provision/guidance-for-schools-colleges-and-local-authorities-on-maintaining-educational-provision) for key workers is that: ‘Parents whose work is critical to the COVID-19 response include those who work in health and social care and in other key sectors (see link). Many parents working in these sectors may be able to ensure their child is kept at home. read more

  • UPDATE - 19/03/2020

    Dear Parents and Carers, As I am sure you are aware the Government has taken the decision to significantly reduce the number of students coming into schools as from Monday 23rd March. Schools will be closed to all students except the children of "key workers" and vulnerable students. We need to get an early indication of the number of students for whom we need to keep the school open and have sent out a survey through My Ed that we would like you to complete by the end of the day. Although the Government has not yet produced a list of key worker jobs, they have suggested that it is people who work in the NHS, the emergency services or the supply services such as supermarket delivery drivers. read more

  • Information for Student Online School Accounts

    Dear Parents/Carers, Please can you ensure your child/ren have a log in for Office365 to enable them to access Ruler as we are preparing resources for all students to access from home should the government announce school closure. Students in Year 7 to 9 should have their details as they use the system to access their Knowledge Organisers Students in Years 10 & 11 have recently been given stickers with updated details on. If your child does not have a log in for Office365 please email cps365@cleevepark-tkat.org requesting one - please include their Full Name and Registration Group in the message. We will keep you fully informed should any decision be made regarding school closure. read more

  • School Update - 16/03/2020 - School Closed to Year 9, 10 & 12 Students

    Dear Parents and Carers, We still have no confirmed cases of Coronavirus COVID-19. However, following the recent guidance we now have a number of staff self-isolating. As a result we do not have enough staff to safely manage the school for all students. As a consequence, reluctantly, we have decided to partially close the school. read more

  • Use of Water Fountains

    Dear Parents and Carers,

    I have been advised to temporarily close our water fountains as a precautionary measure to minimise the risk of spreading Coronavirus.  Our canteen sells bottled water but if possible please can you ensure your child/ren brings water with them to school or a bottle that we can fill.

    Yours faithfully

    Jenni Tyler-Maher

    Executive Head Teacher read more

  • Promoting mental health and wellbeing for parents and families

    Promoting mental health and wellbeing for parents and families in Bexley.

    Marketplace event - Friday 6th March 2020
    10am to 2pm
    Civic Offices
    Bexleyheath

    S.H.I.E.L.D read more

  • Coronavirus – Advice from the Department of Education

    Advice for parents/guardians Update:We do not have any confirmed cases of Coronavirus and have taken advice from Public Health England that our school should remain open and all students should attend if they are well. Any students who are unwell and exhibit the symptoms of fever, cough, cold or respiratory problems should remain at home and contact 111 for advice. We are closely monitoring the guidance from Public Health England and should there be any changes to the advice we will provide updates to you all. The current advice is:For those people returning from Category 2 areas (our ski trip was in a category 2 area) If patients receive a negative SARS-CoV-2 test result, they should remain in self-isolation until either their symptoms resolve or until the end of their 14-day observation period, whichever is shorter. read more

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