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  • Free Level 2 training from the AIM Group

    Dear Parents and Carers,

    The Aim Group are offering free training to receive Level 2 Qualifications in Mental Health. If you are interested in taking one of their courses please visit the AIM website - https://theaimgroup.co.uk/courses or use the contact details on the flyer. 

    Aim Group Flyer

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  • Dyslexia Friendly Books

    We have made a really exciting addition to our library this week with 60 new dyslexia friendly books. These are Barrington Stoke books, with accessible font, layout and spacing on heavier, tinted paper. These books are engaging for teenagers, but written and designed to support reluctant readers, dyslexic students and/or those with low reading ages. Speak to Mrs Smith for more information and for the list of titles in the collection. read more

  • NHS Test and Trace: COVID-19 testing home testing for students

    NHS Test and Trace: COVID-19 testing home testing for students.Dear Parent/Carer, Following on from our programme of three Lateral Flow Device (LFD) tests for students upon their return to school, we are providing LFD home testing kits for students today to start testing. A negative home test result should not be understood as a means to relax or ignore social distancing or other virus prevention measures intended to reduce transmission – home testing is an additional tool that contributes to reducing risk. Written guidance will be provided with the home kits and an instructional video is available on YouTube for those taking the tests. The link for the video is: youtube link for COVID testing at home The test kits come with instructions on how to carry out the test, or this can be found online at https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/957271/COVID-19-self-test-instructions.pdf Students should test twice weekly 3-5 days apart at home before coming into school, ideally in the morning. read more

  • COVID-19 Measures in place to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the School community

    In order to reassure the School and wider School community, detailed below are the current procedures and arrangements in place to ensure we are adhering to the COVID-19 safety measures: One way system A one way system has been put into place around the main school building. Students and staff are required to follow the route whenever they are moving around the building so everyone is moving in the same direction and therefore not face to face in corridors (similar to the one way systems in place in many supermarkets). Key points on the system are staffed to manage the flow of students. Miss Morgan will take you on a quick tour of the one way system in the video below. read more

  • E-Scooters - A Message from the Safer Schools Police Team

    What is the law on e-scooters? Currently in the UK, you can legally buy an e-scooter, but you cannot ride it on a public road, cycle lane or pavement. The only place it can be used is on private land. The reason for this is that e-scooters are treated as motor vehicles by the Department of Transport and are subject to the same legal requirement as other vehicles, such as MOT, licencing, tax and insurance. read more

  • Great to be Back!

    We just want to say how great it was to have the school filled with staff & students again! During the last week we have carried out over 900 Lateral Flow Tests ​- and are happy to report that all were negative! Students will be undergoing 2 to 3 further tests in school in the run up to the Easter Break. We have a few messages from our teachers who are over the moon to have busy classes full of energy again: "I am so happy to welcome my year 7 and 8 students into the Computer Room for Computer Science lessons. read more

  • How to register your child’s lateral flow test

    When your child has a lateral flow test at school you will need to register their test in order to receive the notification of the result. Your child will be given a barcode sticker in their Contact book (or on a card if they forget their contact book). Log onto the website https://test-for-coronavirus.service.gov.uk/register-kit?direction=back Register the test for “someone else” and scan or manually insert the bar code, depending what device you are using to register the test. Complete the registration process, clicking the green button at the end of each screen (the centre code is CPSF). read more

  • Meet our Executive Head Teacher

    Meet Mrs Alex O'Donnell, our Executive Head Teacher. In the following video she explains her vision, expectations and ambitions for the school and its students. Dear Parents, Carers and future students of Cleeve Park, I would like to introduce myself as the new Executive Headteacher of Cleeve Park School. School open events have been very different due to the Covid 19 pandemic. read more

  • TKAT Spring Newsletter 2021

    Click here to read the TKAT newsletter read more

  • Laptop Donations

    Dear Parents/Carers, As I'm sure you'll have seen in the press and Government announcements that large numbers of laptops and other devices have been provided to schools for use by students whilst remote learning. When spread across large numbers of schools there is a limited supply to each school. Cleeve Park has received just over 70 devices to date and have supplemented this with 110 school owned devices to allocate a total of 180 to students so far. However, we are aware that many of our students are still struggling with shared devices, working on phones etc. read more

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