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  • Changes to PE Lessons and PE kit

    As part of our on-going review of dealing with Covid, we have had to make some last minute changes to PE lessons arrangements. We have further considered the practicality of students wearing uniform for PE lessons and taken on board some of the feedback we’ve had. Particularly in light of the hot weather forecast this week. As a result, the timetable will be split so that KS3 (years 7-9) complete practical lessons during week A and complete theory lessons during week B. read more

  • Autumn Term - September 2020 Information

    Autumn Term - September 2020 Information

    Dear Parents, Carers & Students,

    We are looking forward to welcoming our students into school this September. The school day will be a little different going forward so we have combined all the current information below:

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  • Sad News

    The parents of Henry Boswell would like us to inform you that Henry sadly lost his fight against cancer on 8th July 2020. Henry joined Cleeve Park School at the end of Year 7 and from that moment onward kept us on our toes. He was a real ‘Jack the Lad’ and had a great sense of humour and cheeky smile. Outside of school Henry had passion for boxing and showed great promise and talent, enough so that he was planning on taking it up professionally after leaving school. read more

  • Summer Letter - July 2020

    Dear Parents and Carers, I hope you and your families remain safe and well. As a school we are proud of the part we have been able to play during the COVID crisis. Despite all of the challenges, we have kept our school open and safe for the children of key workers and vulnerable students. In addition, we have been able to provide remote learning and regular contact for all of our students and more recently we have been delighted that we have welcomed our Year 10 and 12 students back to school. read more

  • Moving to Google Classroom

    Dear Parents/Carers, We wish to inform you that as from Monday 29th June, Cleeve Park School will be moving to a new home learning platform known as Google Classroom. Work will no longer be set using Ruler. This process will begin with work being set for KS4 and KS5 students on Google Classroom before we move onto KS3 students the following week. The reason for this change is to help us improve the remote learning experience of our students. read more

  • Update on Year 11 and 13 Exam Grades

    Update on Year 11 and 13 Exam Grades Dear Parent / Carer I write hoping that you and your family are well and that your child is continuing to look forward to the next stages in their education from September 2020. I would like to update you on progress towards the ‘exceptional arrangements for awarding qualifications’ system outlined by Ofqual that applies to all students in Years 11 and 13 and to remind you of some key guidance and direction that our school and staff must adhere to. All decisions and guidance from Ofqual can be found by following the link https://www.gov.uk/government/news/exceptional-arrangements-for-awarding-qualifications-this-summer Ofqual provided all schools with the processes we needed to follow in order to award the grades we believe each student would achieve in each of their subjects. We have been asked to send this to exam boards as a grade, and a rank order for each subject which means ordering students for each subject from highest to lowest expected grade outcome. read more

  • Sixth Form Applications 2020

    To all Sixth Form applicants, We hope you are all keeping safe and well. Just to inform you that this year, enrolling in to our Sixth Form will be done via an online application process. We are currently working on our 'e-rolling' system and will update our website with further details on how to do this over the next couple of weeks. We are waiting for further government advice before we plan any Sixth Form inductions days and will keep you updated. read more

  • Update from the Executive Head Teacher - 5th May 2020

    Dear Parents and Carers, As we await an announcement this week from the government as to how 'lockdown' may be easing I thought I would write and let you know how things have been going with our 'online' learning platforms. Our teachers have been setting work for all of our students to complete; computer science in KS3 has the most completed activities and Mr Kwari (our new Head of Computer Science) is delighted to head the leader board (yes there is an element of competition amongst the staff too!) We continue to set tasks and activities for our year 11 and 13 students that will help with their next steps whether that is 6th form, university, apprenticeships or the work place. We hope the activities have been useful. For our Year 11s more transition work is on its way to help prepare for moving into 6th form. We have just completed an analysis of students who have been logging on and accessing Ruler and I am delighted to say that over 80% of our students have been online completing work. read more

  • 22/04/2020 Year 11 Letter

    Dear Parents/Carers RE: Year 11 GCSE grades and other important information Following the Government’s decision to cancel the 2020 examination series you will have since received a letter from Ofqual regarding the way in which GCSE grades will be awarded this summer. The information below should hopefully clear up any questions you may have and also give you some guidance on what comes next for your son/daughter. How will my son/daughters grades be determined this summer? It is important to note the Awarding Bodies (exam boards) determine the final grade for each student. read more

  • 22/04/2020 Year 13 Letter

    Dear Parents/Carers, Following the Government’s decision to cancel the 2020 examination series you will have since received a letter from Ofqual regarding the way in which A levels will be awarded this summer. The information below also includes updated information on the awarding of Vocational subjects. This should hopefully clear up any questions you may have and also give you some guidance on what comes next for your son/daughter. It is important to note the Awarding Bodies (exam boards) determine the final grade for each student. read more

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