Please read our latest Newsletter. It is jam packed with all the activities our students have been up to this term, including:
Careers Week Fun
Chinese New Year Celebrations
Harry Potter Book Day
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Wear A Hat Day - 26th March 2021
Dear Parent/Carers WEAR A HAT DAY – 26 MARCH 2021 Wear A Hat Day is one of the UK’s most celebrated brain tumour awareness and research fundraising events. Despite the challenges of COVID-19, Wear A Hat Day is perfectly timed this year to become a huge Nationwide event, bringing hope and inspiring the nation like never before. This year the event is celebrating Key Workers who have played a pivotal role throughout the pandemic, going above and beyond in the most unprecedented of circumstances. Cleeve Meadow is taking part in the fundraising event by offering staff and students the opportunity to Wear a Hat to school on Friday. read more
Please read our Spring Newsletter to find out what our students and staff have been up to since January including...
Update from the Head of School
A Magical Literacy Week
TKAT Spring Newsletter
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Literacy Week - 18-22nd January 2021 - Theme "Magic"
The week of the 8th to 22nd January 2021 will be our first Literacy Week of 2021 The theme is MAGIC! Literacy Week will take place on google classroom and in school for students who are attending. Please keep your eye out on google classroom for the following activities: Competitions Online Treasure hunt Class reading competition - 1 paper chain for every book read - “real” books and audiobooks count. Magic crafts Activities based around short passages from books with a magic theme Reading to Baloo Games In addition to this we are setting up a link to Myon which is part of our Accelerated Reader programme and provides access to hundreds of e-books which students can read or listen to. read more
Updated January 2021 return details
Dear Parents and Carers, We hope that you and your families remain well and have enjoyed the festive season. You may be aware that because of the high COVID 19 infection rates the Government has decided to delay the opening of schools. As all of our students have Educational Health Care Plans and are classed as ‘vulnerable’ they are entitled to attend school from next week. The Kemnal Academy Trust has closed all schools on the 4th January to provide time for staff to work across the Trust to review arrangements. read more
Update re return to school in January
Dear Parents/Carers, Yesterday the Government announced that they were "asking secondary schools and colleges to operate a staggered return supported by full-time remote education during the first week of term with in-person teaching in full starting on January 11." "Students in exam year groups, vulnerable children, children of key workers, will attend school in person from the start of term as well as students in primary, special and alternative provision schools and colleges." As students in SEN specialist provisions are classed as 'vulnerable', we will be expecting to start back at Cleeve Meadow on 4th January. The Kemnal Academies Trust (TKAT) are working over the Christmas holidays to formulate a Trust wide plan for rapid testing and as a school we will take every step possible to ensure that disruption to the education of our students is kept at a minimum. It is important to point out however that it is possible that there will be another change in government guidance for schools between now and the start of term. We will confirm therefore, as soon as we are able, the starting arrangements for the beginning of term. read more
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National Online Safety
Welcome to the National Online Safety December Newsletter 2020. This latest update will help you stay informed on the latest online safety All New Online Safety App! The new National Online Safety mobile app is now available! We know that making training and resources accessible and convenient for busy members of the school community brings its own challenges. read more
Welcome from the new Executive Head Teacher
Dear Parents, Carers and Students of Cleeve Meadow, I would like to introduce myself as the new Executive Headteacher of Cleeve Meadow School from January. I feel incredibly privileged to be leading Cleeve Meadow School alongside Mrs Morris as Head of School as we go into 2021. My first impressions of Cleeve Meadow are of a school community that really cares about each other. It is an exciting time as the school grows and whilst things feel very different due to the Covid 19 pandemic, my visits into the school have shown that the students and staff are friendly, kind and keen to succeed despite the challenges we are all facing at the moment. read more
- 9th Train to Teach with TKAT
- 31st Updated January 2021 return details
- 2nd Welcome from the new Executive Head Teacher
- 18th Update re return to school in January
- 14th Black History Month Activities
- 26th COVID-19 - Measures in place to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the School community
- 1st Work begins on the new Cleeve Meadow School
- 1st Funding agreement agreed for Cleeve Meadow School