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  • October Half Term Newsletter

    Read our exciting end of term Newsletter!

    Topics included are:

    Black History Month

    Dungeons & Dragons

    Eco Schools

    Subject updates

    and much more.....

    October Half Term Newsletter read more

  • October Newsletter 2022

    Take a look at our October Newsletter that covers the end of the School Year 21/22 and the start of 22/23 year.

    This issue includes:

    Prizegiving
    Trip to Cudham Shaws Outdoor Centre
    Transition & Summer School
    Reading Round-Ups
    Lego Therapy 
    Careers
    Eco-Club
    and much, much more!

    We hope you enjoy it 

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  • HM Queen Elizabeth II

    Dear Parents and carers, We express our deepest sympathies for the passing of HM Queen Elizabeth II. Her dedication to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and to her other realms and territories is unparalleled and we thank her for her service. Our school will observe the mourning period but continue to support our pupils, families and staff. Unless otherwise stated, please assume any scheduled activities and events we have scheduled will continue as planned. read more

  • Summer Newsletter 2022

    Summer Newsletter 2022

    Take a look at what our amazing students and staff have been up to, with a focus on the Environment.

    Read all about:

    Reading News
    New School Defibrillator
    Science Lessons
    Maths
    Art & Crafts
    Eco-Committee Update
    STEM
    Stop-Motion Filming
    Trips
    and much, much more.....
    We hope you enjoy reading it!

    Summer Newsletter 2022

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  • Easter Newsletter 2022

    Easter Newsletter 2022

    Take a look at what our amazing students and staff have been up to over the last Half-Term.

    Read all about:

    Literacy News
    The Speech & Language Programme
    Arts and Crafts
    Maths
    RHS School Gardening Award
    First Aid
    Drama Club
    World Book Day
    Media Club
    Mental Health First-Aiders
    We hope you enjoy reading it!

    Easter Newsletter 2022

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  • Ukraine - Useful link from TKAT

    Dear Parents and Carers, As we face another scary world event we understand the impact this can have on your child and how it can generate fear and anxiety for families .The news about Ukraine may filter down to children through radio TV and social media and playground conversation in different ways and it is so hard to ever know what information they are hearing or how helpful it is. Here are some links to help support parents and carers in talking to children about the world and how to cope and manage when we hear about distressing events. Remember it is very important to highlight the kindness of people all around the world that are concerned for Ukraine and are doing all they can to help and stand up for what they believe is wrong. And we are hearing some wonderful stories of families in Poland and Romania and Moldova helping those seeking safety. read more

  • Spring Newsletter - Feb 2022

    Take a look at our Spring Newsletter 2022!

    We have packed in a lot of activities in the first half term of the year including:

    Key Stage 3 Vision
    Training with CAFC
    Year 9 Options
    Literacy Updates
    Enrichment Activities
    School Clubs
    A Taskmaster Day
    A focus on Geography and History
    Safeguarding and Wellbeing
    and much, much more.....
    We hope you enjoy reading about what our students have been up to! read more

  • School Mental Health Award

    Cleeve Meadow School is delighted to announce that we have been awarded the Carnegie Centre of Excellence for Mental Health in Schools ‘School Mental Health Award’ – Silver Status. About the award:The Carnegie Centre of Excellence for Mental Health in Schools in partnership with Minds Ahead exists to strengthen the mental health of the next generation by supporting schools to make a positive change at all levels of the UK’s and International education systems, thereby improving outcomes and life chances. The Centre is focused on evidence-based solutions which address schools’, pupils and parents/carers needs; and brings together a professional community of school mental health leads and other educational and mental health practitioners. Our work is focussed on supporting schools to develop a culture of positive mental health. read more

  • Students & Social Media

    Dear Parents and Carers, We have recently received concerned calls from parents and carers regarding the dangers of the Live feed on Instagram which anyone in the public domain can access and watch and comment on. Please be aware of the risks involved in using Instagram and any form of online social media for our students who are particularly vulnerable to grooming through social media under the guise of friendship. Instagram like most social media accounts is for students aged 13 or over. It is parents and Carers responsibility to keep their child safe out of school hours. read more

  • Learning to Animate in Media Club

    The Media Enrichment Club had a chance to tryout some new Graphic Tablets during this week's lesson. The aim is to combine the images they create using the tablets directly into Adobe Photoshop to create some bespoke animations. The students were really enthused about the new tablets and chose to carry on working into to break time! We can't wait to share some of the animations with you over the next term! read more

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