Cleveden Secondary School


42 Cleveden Road, Glasgow G12 0JW


Tel: 0141 582 0060


Cleveden Secondary School extends a warm welcome to all prospective pupils and their parents/carers.  We hope this web site offers you some insight as to why we are so proud of our school.

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BBC School News Report

Cleveden pupils made the news for real on 10 March 2016 as they took part in BBC News School Report. Click on this link to see the pupils' news.BBC News

A year at Cleveden


Click on the image to read about our

pupils' achievements since September.Newsletter_Jan

HMIe INspection

During January 2014, Cleveden Secondary was subject to inspection by Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Education.  I'm sure when you read the report, you will be as delighted with its findings and positive comments as we are.

HMIe comments within the report are a testament to the hard work and dedication of the staff and the young people here at Cleveden and to the support that you, the parents and carers, give us on a daily basis.

A copy of the full report can be downloaded here:

Latest News

Cleveden Pupils are Scottish Champions

S1 Pupils crowned Scottish Champions in Microbit Rocket Car Challenge. S1 pupils Murdo and Conner triumphed in the rocket race challenge. They picked up a cheque for £1000. Well done Team Cleveden.

Cleveden Pupils claim Glasgow Schools Adventure Race 2016 Title

Six of Cleveden’s new S5 & S6 pupils competed in the 2016 Glasgow School’s Adventure Race. They finished third last year and we are delighted with their success. Results here

S2 Girls help make Greenock Greener

Three S2 pupils Caroline, Eve  and Kenzie came along to help as volunteers at the  FREE Eco Fun Day as part of the Scottish Government Funded project Greener Morton. The girls spent the day in Greenock helping out. Click on the link below to read the article.

THUMBS Up For Morton's Eco Day


Molly Wins Into Film Competition

Molly in S1 has been selected as the winner of the Secondary-aged category for her review of Belle et Sebastian.Molly

There were over 1,500 submissions this year, from across the UK, and our judges said the quality was really high, making the competition particularly tough; Molly should feel extremely proud.

As a winner, Molly will receive a special goody bag, and £200 cinema vouchers for her class. Well done Molly.

Lee is our Hero

Lee the  Hero

Lee Falconer is our Young Real Hero of the Year. He won the STV Real Hero Award for his work in the Maryhill Community. We are all very proud of Lee and he has been a great ambassador for Cleveden and Glasgow. Well done Lee.

You can watch his interview by clicking here