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|Cleeve Park School|
|Motto||Learning For Life|
|Department for Education URN||138686 Tables|
|Executive headteacher||Mrs J Tyler-Maher|
|Head teacher||Mrs C Bonner|
|Age||11 to 18|
Cleeve Park School was formed in 1986 by the merger of Parklands School for Boys and Sidcup School for Girls. The new mixed school was formed on the site of Parklands School on its current location in Bexley Lane. Mrs Evelyne Hinde was the first head Teacher of Cleeve Park School and oversaw its formation.
The school is set in extensive grounds on the edge of the Footscray Meadows. The original Parklands school building dates back to 1950 and that building still forms part of the current school. The building has been extended and developed several times over the years most notably with a new wing added in 1990 and then a further section in 1995, both opened by the then MP for Bexley Sir Edward Heath.
Cleeve Park was a local authority community school until 31 August 2012. On 1 September 2012 the school was a converter academy and joined The Kemnal Academies Trust.
As of early 2019, a further expansion to create a new set of buildings for 100 new special educational needs students is under construction.