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  • Letter re confirmed Covid19 cases in school

    25th November 2020 Advice to All Parents Dear Parents/Carers CONFIRMED POSITIVE COVID-19 RESULTS IN YEAR 7, 9 and 10. Please be advised that we have today received confirmation that 2 further students in Y9, one in Y10 plus a student in Y7 have had confirmed positive COVID-19 results. This letter is being sent to all parents to ensure everyone is being kept informed of the cases at the school. If your child has been asked to self-isolate due to being likely to have come into a 2 metre proximity you will have been contacted by the school and have received a separate letter regarding that isolation. read more

  • Update - Year 8 Pupils

    Dear Parents and Carers,

    Further to previous communication, unfortunately we have to ask parents of children in Year 8 need to keep their children off school for the rest of this week.

    This is because of a rise in staff absence due to isolating and non-COVID related illness.

    We will update you  Friday about plans for next week.

    Work will be set on Google classrooms.

    Kind regards

    Mrs Bonner, Senior Deputy Headteacher

     

    For any issues logging into Google Classroom please email cps-gsuitehelp@cleevepark-tkat.org

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  • Information in the event of a partial school closure / implementation of rota system

    Information in the event of a partial school closure / implementation of rota system Dear Parents and Carers We are experiencing a high level of staff absence at the moment but want to reassure you that this is not because we have staff or students testing positive for Covid 19. Some staff are having to self isolate; other staff have had a member of their household test positive for Covid 19 and are therefore self isolating. In addition, we have staff absent for non-covid related issues. The school has employed a number of supply teachers since the half term break, but the chances of employing even more is slight because demand from local schools is high. 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 is our current procedures and arrangements in place to ensure we are adhering to the COVID-19 safety measures: Bubbles Year groups are separated from each other and are grouped in whole year group 'bubbles'. Year group bubbles are taught in separate areas to other year group bubbles and remain in these areas for all non-specialist subject lessons to restrict movement around the School site. The school timetable has been adjusted to avoid mixing bubbles and use of specialist rooms has been organised to allow cleaning between the use by different bubbles. Our staff car park gate shuts each morning to allow it to be used for pedestrian access and different year groups bubbles arrive at staggered times using different entrances. read more

  • Extra Curricular Clubs

    Dear Parents, Carers and Guardians, 

    Please be aware that in order to comply with the latest national guidance, all extra curricular sports activities and clubs are temporarily suspended for the duration of the lockdown period, scheduled to be Thursday 5th November-Wednesday 2nd December 2020.

    After school subject interventions for Year 11 and Year 13 will continue for the time being until advised otherwise. 

    Apologies for any inconvenience and we appreciate your understanding during these difficult times. 

    Kind regards

    Senior Leadership Team read more

  • The wearing of face coverings is now required in all communal areas of the school outside of classrooms.

    Dear Parents/Carers, We are looking forward to welcoming all students back to school tomorrow. We appreciate that you will be concerned about the increasing COVID levels and want to reassure you that as a school the safety and wellbeing of all of our students and staff is our top priority. Our COVID risk assessment and procedures are under continual review in the light of further advice from Public Health England and the Department for Education. There are 2 key things you can do to support with this to help ensure everyone stays as safe as possible as set out in Mrs Rays' letter just before half term - The wearing of face coverings is now required in all communal areas of the school outside of classrooms. Please make sure you send your child to school with a face covering. read more

  • A welcome message from our incoming Executive Headteacher

    Dear Parents, Carers and Students of Cleeve Park, I would like to introduce myself as the new Executive Headteacher of Cleeve Park School from January. I feel incredibly privileged to be leading Cleeve Park School as we start 2021. I am in regular contact with Mrs Ray who is leading the school until I join. Her insight to the school has been valuable in enabling me to understand the school community before I start. read more

  • Update from Wisepay

    Wisepay Outage - Service restored Important Parent Notice from WisePay Dear Parents and Carers, We value the privacy of your information, which is why we are writing promptly to let you know about a data security incident that affected our payment platform provider, WisePay. At some point around 2 October 2020, we understand that a cyberattack occurred in the form of a URL manipulation, meaning that the payment gateway page was redirected or controlled by a bad actor. WisePay has engaged a computer forensics expert, and the forensic investigation is ongoing. Even though you did not attempt to make any transactions during the period in question, as best practice, we would still recommend that you are especially cautious regarding your personal financial arrangements and take prompt steps to pause or cancel the payment card you have used on our site. read more

  • Year 6 to 7 Transition Information

    Year 6 to 7 Transition Information Year 6 to 7 Transition Open Events are traditionally one of the highlights of the year and we thoroughly enjoy showing off our amazing students, sharing the sense of welcome and inclusiveness we have as a school community and highlighting the first class facilities the school has to enhance student learning. Unfortunately, following a robust risk assessment, we have taken the sad decision that we cannot safely invite you to visit our school at present due to the difficulties of maintaining social distance and keeping our students and staff, as well as yourselves, safe. We have put together a Virtual Tour so that you can get a sense of the layout of the school, and now that our students have settled into the new school routines, we are asking them to work with faculties, departments and key areas in the school to hopefully give you a little taste of what to expect if your child chooses Cleeve Park School. You can also see how our new Year 7’s have integrated seamlessly into the school following such a long period of time away from formal education. read more

  • Bexley Literacy Awards Sucess

    Kyle Wilkinson and Alexa Uttridge both entered the Bexley Literacy Awards earlier this year while they were in Year 8. 'The prestigious award is designed to encourage children and young people to delve deeper into the social, moral and cultural influences of a story.' They had to read a book and write a response to it - Kyle's book was a picture book called The Arrival and he wrote a beautiful story to accompany it. Alexa read Castle by the Sea and wrote a newspaper article. Kyle WON the overall Secondary Category for the Borough Alexa WON a Commendation There was due to be an awards ceremony at Civic Offices in April but this has been indefinitely postponed. read more

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