Head Boy George and Head Girl Daysha hosted a fabulous event and we can not wait to see what they have lined up for the year ahead.
Mrs Croset is especially proud that 2 of her Form Group have positions on the SSLT!
Our Year 13 A-Level D&T - Product Design students had their work moderated by examiners this week - we think you will agree that the standard was exceptional! https://t.co/lZfUVRY8dl
Active wear is permitted, trainers are essential.
This club is open to all students at Cleeve Park School in all years. https://t.co/NCzqiPEAtA
They were also given a practical task on how to frame shots using our new digital cameras. https://t.co/d6zDmfpw4H
21 students are now Level 3 proficient! 🚴♀️🚴🚴♂️
Live in Bexley and want to know more about how the Council and local charities are working to keep our children safe?
At the Civic Centre, Bexleyheath https://t.co/fFlrExw8IB
Just to remind everyone that Monday is a Bank Holiday.
We look forward to seeing you all on Tuesday https://t.co/gksvnusdAQ
The group, hosted by Mrs Mayzes, meet in D15 every week on a Thursday during lunchtime.
Students from all year groups are welcome. https://t.co/8ICWYZgJB3
If you have links to a company or business that would like take part in this event please email Mrs Unger at email@example.com
Thank you https://t.co/PYCcXFu6s3
Well done Girls! ⚽️
Thank you to @CAFCTrust for organising https://t.co/Rt0g28PI8O
Monday & Tuesday: Year 10 & Post 16 remain at home
Wednesday & Thursday: Year 8 & 9 remain at home
Year 7 and 11 will be expected all week finishing at midday on Thursday as Friday is a staff training day.
As part of their Drama GCSE exam, students are required to review a performance of live theatre.
So good to be able to enjoy live theatre again https://t.co/gcw0mGTqsI
Pictured are our Year 7, 8 & 9 reading week winners having a great time @TokyoToysUK as their reward. Reading is a gift in itself, but fantastic to be able to reward commitment & improvement with something a bit extra special. https://t.co/u2B97VTOup
We are absolutely delighted to report that our students & families donated a massive £1,091 for the Non-Uniform day last Friday !!!!!
All monies raised have been paid directly to @comicrelief
Cakes will be on sale to all students & staff at Break & Lunch times under the canopy.
Remember to bring some money 💸💰🪙 to buy a sweet treat 🧁🍰 https://t.co/29eKldxww4
Details on how to donate online can be found via this link https://t.co/w93ymDXXIc
A huge thank you to everyone who has already donated to the JustGiving page ❤️💙💚🧡💛💜 https://t.co/t3BoEJfh3h
You can donate via our Just Giving Page - https://t.co/VSwyiEN4Ly - all donations will go directly to Comic Relief. https://t.co/8fIv7BFACv
Visitors will be welcomed by Cruella de Vil and students calling into the office will be attended to by a quintet of Gangster Grannies!!!! https://t.co/1vCdQLr7P9
Starting tonight, is AYP's Well-being Course for Parents and Carers and school staff.
Just click here to sign up - https://t.co/FC6XuKoCVe
More details here - https://t.co/Bxeq7N4JaN https://t.co/fOZlsHYmA0
Year 7 & 8 Board Games Club - every Thursday in the Library, 1-1.30pm
Scrabble, UNO, Monopoly, Chess, card games and more....
Students are no longer required to wear face coverings in the classroom, however, in communal areas mask wearing will be in place until next week. (unless exempt)
Should students or staff still wish to wear a suitable face covering in classrooms, that is ok https://t.co/Fjz4mhNaya
Please visit https://t.co/ZlTnjMyoMm for further information and application form.
More details from the DfE can be found here https://t.co/rteDWY42tN https://t.co/RO4tcI0JTF
We are required to lateral flow test students returning to school.
Yr 7, 11 & 13 will be tested on Tues 4/1/22 & return on Wed 5th Jan.
Yrs 8, 9, 10 & 12 will be tested on Wed 5/1/22 and return on Thurs 6th Jan.
We have had an amazing response and will be delivering the items today.
We really do appreciate your support. https://t.co/vK84y7tqB2
Congratulations to our KS3 Reading Millionaires, including top 3 readers Isabelle, Hayleigh & Lukas.
Roast Turkey or Roasted Vegetable & Cranberry Slice
Served with Roast Potatoes, Carrots, Broccoli, Stuffing, Mini Sausage & Gravy
Sticky Toffee Pudding served with Custard
or Chocolate Orange Muffin
Cost: £2.34 https://t.co/fTS7N8OFNX
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.