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:
Our shadowing winning choice was 'On Midnight Beach' by @Marielouisefit1
Ms Joss and Ms Smith
#readingschool #CKG21 #bestchildrensbook https://t.co/sKkVXURnV4
For more information see our website https://t.co/KE2PJ89CKK https://t.co/WhRIlU6ALz
Cleeve Park School
Year 10 enjoyed being introduced to the language & plot of Macbeth via the Royal Shakespeare Company's Woosh programme.
What better way to learn your GCSE Shakespeare play texts by performing them outside in the sun! ☀️ https://t.co/BmKqOmHUUN
Thank you for your support https://t.co/poa8hbCO1D
These books are designed to be engaging for teenagers, to support reluctant readers, dyslexic students &/or those with low reading ages.
Speak to Mrs Smith for more information 📚 https://t.co/RqfDKD7o5p
We have been asked to share with you how you can collect Covid Home Testing Kits for additional members of your household.
Details and test collection locations can be found on the school website https://t.co/nyOhhEPgHk https://t.co/ifTFZ7kIsv
We have put together a guide on how to register your child's Lateral Flow Test to enable you to receive the results.
The tests must be registered within 24hrs of the test taking place.
We thank you for your support https://t.co/S6CvQDsCYF
9.30am - Year 7, 11.30am - Year 8
Yr 7 & 8 students will go home following testing & return to normal timetable on Tuesday
For other years info see https://t.co/CU8vLack3I & https://t.co/N4N3y9cqoV
Miss Morgan has recorded a video with the key areas highlighted so you can get familiar with the new routes.
Click here to see the map https://t.co/kbhMuB6rKb
We have run events for our students, both in school and remotely throughout the day including The Big Read.
Some of our staff dressed up (can you recognise the 2 pictured?) & lots of reading took place!
We have had some amazing entrance for our Design a Book Cover event, here are a few of our favorites from Kyle, Rosie and Ruby - excellent work! https://t.co/0PdW2eQ6o1
Students can take part via their Library Room in Google Classrooms where they can watch a video with further information about the upcoming events. https://t.co/abqAv8ACNe
We have a dedicated section on the website Transition https://t.co/cRLsDk9P1n
In the following video she explains her vision, expectations and ambitions for the school and its students.
After doing lots of research online they have put together a wonderful display in the library!
Well done to all involved!
A copy of the letter can be found here: https://t.co/vZaDLT3qb4 https://t.co/lik1OpwdBL
Students are only allowed to attend if the school has already contacted you about your child attending school tomorrow.
Following the Prime Minister’s broadcast this evening, we are working urgently with the DfE and Of…
Pearsons Edexcel have just announced that they are urgently trying to get some guidance from the DfE about the upcoming examinations and will update schools ASAP.
Until we have more information we are expecting students in for their exams tomorrow.
If your child has issues accessing their account please email email@example.com with the details.
Please ensure you check your emails/the website for any further updates/information
Students and staff all joined in with the event - more photos can be found on the website https://t.co/PlbknT2kzF and in the KS3 Newsletter here https://t.co/2L8WDpkM9g https://t.co/ikS5nbFHvL
We are very proud by how well they have adapted & the enthusiasm & resilience they have shown.
On Seneca alone nearly three hundred eighty thousand correct answers have been inputted! https://t.co/2eB1qTLoIY
Please be reminded that students are invited to wear a Christmas jumper and/or own clothes & kindly ask that your child brings a £1 donation for our chosen charity, Save the Children. 🎄🎅
Details here https://t.co/BpLooy3tnC
Hopefully they have now put more resilience in place to cater for the surge in demand.
Cleeve Park Sixth Form helped me gain the experience and qualifications for my future.
Cleeve Park School Sixth Form supported me to succeed and go to Rose Bruford university. I have just graduated with a BA HONOURS 2:1 degree, setting me up with a very good start in life.
Whilst at Rose Bruford university I had the opportunity to work in some very important venues and have also done two UK tours and a four-month tour of Saudi Arabia including in Dubai. Going to Cleeve Park Sixth Form steered me in the direction I needed to accomplish the things I wanted to, do giving me the incentive I needed to work hard. I can honestly say going to Cleeve Park Sixth Form is one of the best things I could have done, enabling me to find and work in a career I have a passion for.
Cleeve Park School has helped me develop a love for education. Being here since Year 7, I couldn't imagine going anywhere else for sixth form. The staff go above and beyond when it comes to supporting each individual student, and ensure that your time at Cleeve Park School is a positive one.
Coming from a different school, I found the teachers here welcoming, extremely friendly and committed to their subjects. There is always extra support provided and the resources supplied to sixth form students are very useful. Also, I have enjoyed my time learning here and treasure the friends I have met as well.
This school and its sixth form have always been incredibly warm and welcoming. For someone who has been here from the start of Year 7, there were no other schools that could meet these standards held by Cleeve Park School. Being part of the Cleeve Park Sixth Form has allowed me to come out of my shell and to become more confident in myself and my abilities.