Cleeve School

PTFA - cleeve parents' association

Who are The Cleeve Parents' Association? 

The Cleeve Parents' Association are a group of people who help to organise school events and continue to raise money to improve the experience of students at the school.

What are the aims of the CPA?

Cleeve Parents' Association aim to raise funds to buy things that will benefit the students at Cleeve, which the school could not otherwise afford. They also organise social events for students, parents/guardians and friends, as well as fostering community relationships.

What projects have the CPA been involved with?

Recent projects that the CPA have supported include Sports Day, installation of Student Lockers and the Year 11 Prom celebrations.

A particular project that the CPA was proud to fund was the design and installation of a life size memorial tree sculpture within the Atrium. This was designed and constructed by the Design Technology department to remember members of our community who we have lost, as well as providing a space for quiet reflection for our students.

Who can join the CPA?

Anyone who has children at the school, or who works at the school can become a member of the CPA. Meetings are open to all members, and you will be made most welcome should you choose to attend.

How do I apply to join the CPA?

The CPA are recruiting for new members! If you are a new/current parent/guardian of the school and are interested in joining and contributing to students’ experiences at Cleeve, please do contact us at