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  • Latest News

    Published 23/03/20

    Dear Parents/Carers,

    The School is closed from Monday 23rd March.We are open for essential key worker children from 9-3:30 pm.If you qualify for Free School Meals,we will provide a takeaway packed lunch daily.Please advise the day before by email.

    Email-info@cleves.boleyntrust.org                      

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  • Farm Trip

    Published 13/03/20

    This week Year 5 and 6 have been in Wales at Treginnis Farm. They have all had a great time and some didn't want to come home !
    Here are some of the photos from the trip.

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  • World Book Day

    Published 06/03/20

    This week at Cleves and around the country, schools celebrated World Book Day! It’s a day where we celebrate our love of reading. Our favourite books can take us on lots of different adventures. They can help us learn and find out more about the world around us. We also love dressing up and talking about our favourite book characters and authors.

     

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  • Frog Life

    Published 28/02/20

    Children in Year 4 and 5 had a fantastic opportunity in taking part in a program organised by Frog Life's Tails School. Children learnt where different amphibians and reptiles can be found in London, in particular toads.  They researched their habitats and their lifecycle, they experienced virtual reality of a toad and finally performed a play based on a toads life!

     

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  • International Food Fair

    Published 14/02/20

    We have been so busy here at Cleves celebrating this term our community and what better way to do this but through food and music!
    Everyone came together, some donated food and the children made food from around the world!

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  • Stephen Timms visit Cleves

    Published 07/02/20

    Today, the MP for East Ham, Mr Stephen Timms, visited our school to explain how democracy affects his role as a Member of Parliament. He also announced the  winners of the 'Democracy' competition. Well done to our winners: 1st place: Ayaan,  2nd place: Zainab, Runner up: Heena 1C .

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  • Holocaust Memorial

    Published 31/01/20
    The Student Council visited Newham Town hall to learn all about the events of WW2 and the Holocaust. The candle lighting ceremony and speech was given by one of the Holocaust survivors.
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  • Reception visit the V & A Museum of Childhood

    Published 24/01/20

    Reception had an exciting opportunity to go the
    V & A in Bethnal Green. We had been reading
    the story ‘Lost in the Toy Museum’ and the
    children got to complete activities that
    occurred in the story. They also had to go on a
    hunt for Buntin!

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  • Reception make superheros

    Published 17/01/20

    Reception have been reading Supertato! They have been so excited by making their own vegetable superhero models in class !

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  • Welcome Back

    Published 10/01/20

    All of us at Cleves would like to wish everybody a happy and prosperous 2020. We hope you all had an enjoyable holiday!
    As usual at Cleves we have a very busy time ahead of us. We have a lot to look forward to. Please make sure you look at the key dates column to see what we having coming up.
    In February, it is Online-safety Week and we will be making sure we have lots of activities, not only at school but for parents on keeping children safe online. In March, we will be having Parents’ Evening and celebrating World Book Day as well as some year 5 will be going on there residential trip to Treginnis Farm.

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  • Cleves Christmas Concert 2019

    Published 20/12/19

    Thank you to all who came to our concerts this year we had such a great turn out from everybody .Well done to all the children who performed so well on the day !

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  • Christmas Jumper Day

    Published 13/12/19

    In this festive season we should always remember people in our community who need our help and support. To raise money for charity the children made donations to wear their Christmas Jumpers today at school. We managed to raise £134 for our local charities.

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