• SEND Newsletter: Attachment Disorder

    Please see our latest SEND newsletter, this week for tips on attachment disorder. Thank you, Mr Nolan SENCO

     
  • Will you be applying for secondary schools later this year?

    Will you be applying for secondary schools later this year?

    To learn more about The Clarendon Academy, please watch our short video below. If you would then like to book a tour, please email: aes@clarendonacademy.com

     
  • E-Newsletter 26th June

    E-Newsletter 26th June

    Please find the latest edition of our E-Newsletter below:

     
  • The Acorn Appeal – Fundraising to Support our Communities

    The Acorn Appeal – Fundraising to Support our Communities

    Dear Parents and Carers, The Acorn Appeal – Fundraising to Support our Communities Within the Trust, we are launching a new fundraising initiative called The Acorn Appeal. Its purpose is to raise funds to provide […]

     
  • SENCO: Welcome

    SENCO: Welcome

    Please find the below welcome from Mr Nolan to all SEN students transition from Year 6 to secondary school:  Hi, I hope you are doing well and keeping safe in the sun! I can’t believe […]

     
  • SEND: Transition to Secondary School

    SEND: Transition to Secondary School

    Please find the below video in regards to transitioning to secondary school from our SEND team.

     
  • Year 6 Update

    Year 6 Update

    Please see the new Year 6 tab on the website for up to date information about transition to The Clarendon Academy. Here you will find information on: Uniform Map of the school site Frequently asked […]

     
  • Uniform Update

    Uniform Update

    Please find our letter below in regards to our uniform update:

     
  • E-Newsletter 19th June

    E-Newsletter 19th June

    Please find our latest E-Newsletter below:

     
  • Letter to KS3 Parents

    Letter to KS3 Parents

    Dear Parents and Carers, I hope you and your family are well. These are difficult and uncertain times and as a parent of children of both primary and secondary ages I can empathise with the […]