Cleves is larger than the average-sized primary school. The school is in a hard federation with Tollgate Primary School. Together they form the Boleyn Federation.
Tollgate Primary, a teaching school, is a national support school. The executive headteacher of both schools is a national leader of education. Both schools share a governing body. Each school in the
federation has its own headteacher.
A higher than average proportion of pupils are eligible for additional government funding, known as the
pupil premium. The funding is used to support pupils who are eligible for free school meals and children who are looked after.
Most pupils come from minority ethnic heritages, and this proportion is much higher than average. A wide
range of heritages is represented. The proportion of pupils who speak English as an additional language is much higher than average.
The proportion of disabled pupils and those who have special educational needs is broadly average. The
school incorporates specialist provision for around 29 pupils from the Nursery to Year 6 who have either
severe and complex needs or who are eligible for high-needs funding. These pupils are integrated into the school. They receive specialist support in groups or within mainstream classes.
The school runs an on-site free breakfast club.
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