Cleveden Secondary School

BE ALL YOU CAN BE

42 Cleveden Road, Glasgow G12 0JW

Email: headteacher@cleveden-sec.glasgow.sch.uk

Tel: 0141 582 0060

Important documents

HMIE Inspection 2014

HMIe Report 2014 Download document

School Handbook

School Handbook 2017-18

 

School Improvement Plans

These documents outline the school's plans for continuous improvement.

2018-2019 Download Document

2017-2018 Download Document

2016-2017 Download Document

2015-2016 Download Document

2014-2015 Download Document

2013-2014 Download Document

2012-2013 Download document

Educational Perspective Reports

2017-2018 Download Document

2016-2017 Download Document

Standards & Quality Reports

Our Standards & Quality Reports for session:

2014-2015 Standards & Quality Download Document

2013-2014 Standards & Quality Download Document

2012-2013 Standards & Quality Download Document

2011-2012 Standard & Quality Download Document

Promoting Positive Relationships - our policy

Hand in hand with our Promoting Positive Relationships policy is our Gold Standard Merit scheme.

The Gold Standard Merit scheme above all else is a systematic way of improving low - level indiscipline by consistently reinforcing positive behaviour - Download document

Anti-Bullying Policy

Bullying behaviour involves the wilful, conscious desire to hurt, threaten or frighten someone else.

Bullying happens whenever someone abuses his or her power to make life unpleasant for someone else.

Bullying can take many forms:

  • verbal bullying name calling, using language to wound social bullying exclusion from the group, ‘ganging up’ and so on
  • material damage to belongings, stealing property, extortion mental threats;
  • pressure to conform;
  • constant derision, etc
  • physical hitting; ‘pushing around’, etc

Bullying behaviour is not confined to children or young people; bullying, in some form and to some extent, takes place wherever any group of human beings work or play together bullying usually occurs between the same people – it can best be understood as a set of relationships rather than as a set of incidents.

Our stance as a school

We start from the premise that every member of this school is valued as an individual; all have equal rights and all are entitled to equal opportunities. A key part of anyone’s rights is the right to enjoy both learning and leisure free from intimidation.