Clevedon School

Clevedon School


COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Latest Information

We are contacting parents directly with the latest information about how we are managing COVID-19 at Clevedon School. We encourage all parents to check these communications on a regular basis during this rapidly changing situation. 

Video updates on exams

Replay of the 7th January Year 11 exam live event with Mr Kent  
Replay of the7th January Sixth Form exam live event with Mr Davies 

Risk Assessment for wider re-opening

Click here to view the risk assessment for wider re-opening of Clevedon School. The risk assessment will be updated regularly.

Implementation of Lateral Flow Testing 

Click here to view our Risk Assessment on the Implementation of Lateral Flow Testing for school staff and students from January 2021

Parental Guidance For Remote Learning

Click here to view Parental Guidance for Remote Learning

Together at Home

To raise money for NHS Charities Together & Clevedon & District Food Bank, 13 Valley Students from Clevedon School have come together to perform their own version of Run by Snow Patrol. We want to support the Kind & Brilliant work that is carried out day and night by all NHS staff and carers within the local community. Thank you. Please donate by clicking on the images below.

Contextual information for Higher Education Providers (2021)

COVID 19 implications for current cohort

Monday 23rd March Clevedon School closed due to Government Guidelines.

Staff were required to upload online work and resources for students for remote learning, however, no live teaching took place.  Students were offered the option to be phoned by staff and or email issues directly to subject staff throughout.  On 15th June, Year 12 returned to school for a selection of 90-minute subject seminars, every week for small classes and every fortnight for larger cohorts .  Additionally, each subject teacher set weekly work that equated to the number of hours taught in the usual one-week timetable.  The work continued to follow the subject specification and primarily consisted of note taking, small independent activities, summative exam practice questions and other retrieval style tasks to test understanding.  Some lessons had a narrated aspect but most did not.  Work submitted was marked and returned to students either electronically or by hand during the 15th June onwards sessions.  

Additionally, students were offered considerable pastoral and careers support including a Teams live session weekly regarding well-being, UCAS applications, Personal Statement writing and course evaluation.