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  • Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award

    Congratulations and well done to former student Ben Taylor who received his Gold Award at a special presentation at Buckingham Palace on Monday. Ben was a student at Cleeve Park School between 2014 and 2022 (Years 7 to 13). After achieving some outstanding results in his A Levels he was offered a Degree Apprenticeship as a Data Analyst at Queen Mary’s University through PWC (PricewaterhouseCooper). Ben is the first Cleeve Park Student to have been awarded a DofE Gold Award. read more

  • Music For Youth Regional Festival

    If you have perused the latest edition of Cleeve Life you will have read about our amazing students who performed at the Music for Youth Regional Festival hosted by Hurstmere School.

    We have some footage from the performance - its the full show so we have highlighted the key performances by our students below:

    The Key Stage 3 Band performing Believer

    The Blues Brothers

    Beau singing Stay

    Katie singing Wicked Games

    Well done all! read more

  • Cleeve Life - Volume 3

    Please take a look at Volume 3 of Cleeve Life. This edition has a focus on "Wider School Life" and includes details of the out-of-school and extracurricular activities our students get up to. This edition has a special article written by Isabelle in Year 9 who organised her own 'staff awards'! We hope you enjoy it. read more

  • B14 BUS UPDATE - Please read if your child travels to school on the B14 Bus Route.

    B14 BUS UPDATE - Please read if your child travels to school on the B14 Bus Route. From Saturday 15th April, TfL are making changes to bus route B14. Dear Cleeve Park School, Listed below are the changes in the hope that you can inform students that use this service on your website or other means. In summary, it won’t serve the first/last two bus stops in Bexleyheath any more, as it will start and finish in Townley Road instead. read more

  • Children’s Mental Health Week

    Children’s Mental Health Week will take place from 6 - 12 February 2023. The week is run by children’s mental health charity Place2Be and aims to shine a light on the importance of children and young people’s mental health. This year’s theme is Let’s Connect. Human beings are intrinsically connected to each other, and human connection is vital for the wellbeing and survival of all individuals. read more

  • "Window to our World" by the LGBTQ+ Club

    Students were invited to the launch of Bexley Councils LGBTQ+ Celebrations, including the raising of the LGBTQ+ Progress Flag by the Mayor of Bexley. During the launch of Bexley Councils LGBTQ+ History Month Celebrations one of our Year 13 students was asked to speak about our LGBTQ+ Club and the 'Window to our World' display - you can see Ollie's speech on our Facebook Page. We are very proud to share these photos of artwork produced by our LGBTQ+ club. The ‘Window to our World’ display will be on show in Bexley Civic Office foyer for their LGBTQ history month exhibition - we hope you are able to view it during February. read more

  • Apprenticeship & Participation Event

    Information for parents of students in Years 11, 12 & 13

    Bexley Council are hosting an Apprenticeship & Participation Event on:

    Monday 6th February 2023 - there are two sessions:

    Session 1: 5.30pm to 7pm
    Session 2: 7pm to 8.30pm

    Civic Offices,
    2 Watling Street,
    DA6 7AT

    The event is aimed at students in Year 11 or aged between 16 & 24 years old.

    If you would like to attend please visit the website read more

  • Bugsy Malone Auditions

    We are delighted to announce that this year we will be doing Bugsy Malone for our whole school production!

    This is open to all KS3 students and those in Year 10 and 12.

    The auditions for lead roles and ensemble parts are taking place on Friday (27th Jan) after school in the auditorium

    If you have any questions please speak to Ms Cutting, Mrs Celeb, Mr Oloyèdé or Mr Southby.

      read more

  • Lynn Middleton Award

    Every year our Teaching Assistants award the Lynn Middleton Award to one of our SEND students. Lynn was a former TA who inspired us all with her bravery, resilience and determination and each year the TAs like to recognise a student who exemplifies these characteristics. This year the TAs have chosen Hayden Player in Year 11 as the worthy winner of this award. Hayden is an inspiring young man who does not let his difficulties stop him from achieving what he sets his mind to. read more

  • Christmas Appeals 2022

    Mr Stone, Assistant Head and ACE Programme Lead, would like to thank everyone who contributed towards our Christmas Appeals - The gifts have now been donated to the selected charities and they were very thankful.

    Also, some of the donations have been used to provide Christmas presents for our own students for whom Christmas is a difficult time of year.

    We thank you for helping us to spread some joy to the local community. read more

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