We believe that a positive, mutually supportive partnership between home and school is essential to ensure that each child receives the best education possible. For our part we aim for every child to realise his/her full potential and to enjoy learning in a caring, friendly, secure and ordered environment, while at the same time developing respect and concern for others.
Mr S. Savory, Headteacher
Please e-mail Mrs Brean in the School Office, via the link above, if you wish to make enquiries about the academy. We will get back to you as soon as we can. Alternatively, you can call the office on the number shown above and speak to Mrs Brean or Mrs Izzard who will be happy to help with your enquiry.
Please click here for a map showing our location.
We currently have two parking spaces outside the front of the school that are reserved for disabled visitors who hold a blue badge. Access to the school building is by way of a ramp leading to double doors that are suitable for wheelchair access. There is an intercom system that is placed at a suitable height for wheelchair users. We have a stairlift that provides access between the infant and junior areas of the school and a portable ramp should access be required elsewhere.With the exception of three steps we are all on ground level. We also have a disabled toilet and medical room.
If you are visiting the school and have any specific requirements that you would like to discuss before your visit please contact a member of the office staff on the number at the top of the page. The staff are happy to help with any questions you might have that will assist you when you visit our school.
In the event of the academy being closed unexpectedly for any reason the local radio stations will be informed and the Gloucester County Council website will be updated with a list of closures. We will also use ParentMail to notify parents when circumstances allow.
If possible, we will also update this homepage if we have to close the school unexpectedly.
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We are a two-form entry academy with classes organised by year group. Find out more...
Our school is here to provide a stimulating, secure and happy environment, where everyone aspires to excellence and our children can achieve their full personal potential.
Newsletters, policies and information for parents can be downloaded from our site.
Have a look at the exciting and vibrant life of Bishops Cleeve Primary Academy in our showcase.
We have planned a curriculum which is creative, fun and focused upon skills. We have called this our ‘Creative Curriculum’.
We have created a guide for parents of children who are starting school in Reception. Some of the information is relevant for older children too.
We are the only primary academy in Gloucestershire to fund an Arts Development Officer to work in school with our children and to coordinate delivery of creative arts.
Find out about the gardening opportunities in school for all our children.
Forest School is an innovative educational approach to outdoor play & learning.
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Last Day of Term - Tuesday 22/7/14
A reminder that we finish for the summer on Tuesday 22nd July at 12pm and we return on Tuesday 2nd September. We hope you have a lovely break and we look forward to seeing you again in September.
Severn Vale 'Dig for Victory' Garden Competition
We are delighted to tell you that we have just won the first prize of £500.00 in the Severn Vale 'Dig for Victory' garden competition. A huge thank you to Mrs Sanders who gives up so much of her spare time to work with children from all year groups in all of our school gardens. Our WW1 Dig for Victory Garden was a special project and the children have been so enthusiastic and hard-working in making it into a prize-winning garden.
Bishop's Cleeve Library Summer Reading Challenge
Every year the library runs a Summer Reading Challenge. This year, in addition to the usual challenge, they are also running a number of fun sessions. Please click here for details.
Sam's Charities - UPDATE
We are delighted to be able to tell you that, through all of our fund raising activities, we raised a total of £2,000 for Sam's charities. Thank you to everyone who gave so generously.
These will run on Wednesday 23rd & Thursday 24th July and Tuesday 29th & Wednesday 30th July from 8.30am-4.30pm. The cost is £14.00/day or £7.00/half day. Please makes cheques payable to 'Cleeve Fundays'. For enquiries please contact Pete Holdaway on 07960 813958.
Elmtree Playgroup - Sessions for 2 Year Olds
From September 2014 Elmtree Playgroup will be extending their opening hours and offering sessions for 2 year olds. These sessions will be all day on Wednesdays (9am-3pm) and also a morning session with the option of lunch on a Friday (9am-12.30pm). All of the other sessions each week will be for 3 & 4 year old children. The session rate for 2 year olds will be £11.75/session and lunch will be £4.70.
If you have a younger child who you think would benefit from some time at playgroup please speak to a member of staff, call playgroup on 07800 600316 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open Mornings for Parents - September 2015 Intake
Is your child due to start school in September 2015? We will be holding two open mornings for the parents of children starting school in September 2015 on Wednesday 17th and Thursday 25th September at 9.30am. The session will include a welcome address by our Head followed by an escorted tour of the school with some of our Year 6 children acting as tour guides! Refreshments will a served and you will have the opportunity to speak to members of staff and the Governing Body if you have any unanswered questions.
If you have already registered your child with us you will receive an invitation in the post in the coming weeks. If you haven't registered with us but would like to come along please either pop in and see us or phone us on the number at the top of the page.
Infection Control in School
The Health Protection Agency issues guidance to schools on controlling infection. This guidance includes a list of the most common childhood illnesses and information about how long a child should be kept at home when infected.
To download a copy, please click here.
DfE School Performance Tables
Please click here for a link to our school performance table where you will find school performance information and also a link to our annual report, financial statements and funding agreement.
Please click here for a link to the latest newsletter. Previous newsletters and letters specific to a particular year group can be viewed in Parents Documents.
A school calendar can be found in the Parents section of the website. The calendar includes term dates as well as information about most of the other events that take place in the school.
School Term & Holiday Dates 2013/4
These dates have been agreed and can be viewed here.
These dates have been agreed and can be viewed here. Inset days have yet to be set.
None at present
Click here for the application form.