School Meal Prices 2014-2015

Following a decision taken at the Cabinet meeting of 19th June 2013, the price of a student meal is to rise by 5p from 1st September 2014.

Following the price freeze in 2013 the price of a paid Secondary School Meal remains exceptional value at £2.10 for a healthy two course freshly prepared meal.


The full list of a meal price will be:

Paid Pupil Meal                    £2.10 (Full Meal, Meal Deal Price)

2014 Awards Ceremonies

Awards Assemblies have taken place for Years 7 to 10 from last year, to celebrate their outstanding successes both in and out of school. Parents joined students and staff to reward the highest achievers for attendance, excellence in subjects, outstanding and improved effort, endeavour, and Top Boy and Top Girl.

Well done to all of our successful students!

Summer Music Concert

Our annual Summer Music Concert will take place on Tuesday 15th July 2014. Tickets are £2.50 each, with all under-11s free of charge! Please contact Miss Marrow at the school for tickets or more information.

School closure Thursday 10/7/2014

Due to industrial action by the NUT and UNISON, the school will be closed to students on Thursday 10th July 2014

School reopens as normal on Friday 11th July 2014

8.4’s impressive fundraising for Bluebell Wood!

Back in March, one of our Science teachers, Mr Bates, decided to take part in a 10K swim to raise funds for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice. His form group, 8.4, were eager to help him raise money for the charity and together they managed to collect £697 pounds!

On Friday 4th July, a representative from Bluebell Wood visited Clifton to personally thank the students and Mr Bates for their impressive contribution. Well done to everyone involved!

Year 11 Student of the Week!

Congratulations to Jon in 11.6 who has been named the ‘Y11 Student of the Week’ for gaining top marks in his English peer assessment. Well done Jon!

Clifton students shine at Athletics Championships!

Talented Clifton students took part in the Rotherham School’s Athletics Championships at Herringthorpe Athletics Stadium on Wednesday 25th June 2014.

Twenty of our students competed, all of whom made a fantastic effort, representing their school with ambition and pride. In particular, Lucy Machin 10.4, won the 100m and long jump events and Elton Tshuma 8.6, won the 800m.

Congratulations to all of our students on a truly fantastic event!

Sports Awards Evening

Our annual Sports Awards Evening takes place tonight!

Year 4 enjoy ‘A day in the life of a Clifton student’

On Tuesday the 17th of June, we were pleased to welcome Year 4 students from Herringthorpe Junior School, who came to Clifton for a visit to look around the school, as well as taking the opportunity to sample the variety of lessons we have on offer.

The students had a wonderful experience; they were able to look at the layout and organisation of the school day & even had the chance to peek into some of the classrooms to see the learning that was taking place.

The students then visited Cafe Oasis, where they were able to ask questions about the lunch time routine and find out more about the dinner cards; looking at how students pay for school meals and the choices that were available for school lunch.

Following a fantastic morning, the children were able to experience a science lesson wearing goggles and using Newton Meters to find the weight of various objects. The students left feeling like they had become real scientists for the day!

¡Oiga camarero! – Y10s bringing languages to life

With just a few months of Spanish lessons under their belt, our Y10s put their Spanish to good use this Wednesday with a trip to La Tasca in Meadowhall. It’s not quite Las Ramblas in Barcelona, but passers-by would never have known the difference listening to the Spanish spoken by all!

Students realised just how much they had learnt when, with the help of La Tasca’s Spanish waiter, students ordered for themselves a selection of traditional tapas to share without speaking a word of English! They also answered a variety of questions about themselves and experienced a very traditional Spanish experience.

Paella, prawns, Spanish Tortilla and croquetas de Manchego were tried by all!

¡Buen trabajo chicos!