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Like many schools, Cheam Park Farm is at the heart of the community we serve and ideally placed to offer access to a range of extended services that can have a positive impact on standards and life chances of children, young people and families.

 

Independent evaluation and Ofsted have shown the positive impact extended services can have, including:

  • improving pupil attainment, self confidence, motivation and attendance
  • reducing exclusion rates
  • enabling teachers to focus on teaching and learning
  • enhancing children’s and families access to services

 

At Cheam Park Farm there is a range of extended services available to our pupils, including breakfast clubs, after school clubs and holiday clubs. For more information on these services, see Clubs and courses.

 

Cheam Park Farm Primary Academy is also used for a wide variety of activities by the local community, including local girl guiding groups and sports organisations.

Diploma training

 

If you are interested in training for a qualification in supporting teaching and learning, or becoming a workplace assessor, we can offer level 2 and level 3 qualifications in both through our Molesey Drive site.

 

Find out about the ‘Assessing Competence in the Work Environment’ and ‘Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools’ courses on the OCR qualifications website.

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Training Information

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Further information about the courses and funding, along with application forms, can be obtained from the school office on the infants site – see Contact us. See our Partnerships page for more information on training support.

Green Oaks Children’s Centre

 

Green Oak Children’s Centre is a group of centres working across a our local community. The main hub is at Cheam Resource Centre and there are a number of satellite activity points in the local area. This means that families can access staff and services at the main site, as well as a wide range of services and activities delivered closer to home from other sites such as schools, health centres, libraries and community spaces.

 

Find out more about Green Oaks and other local children’s centres including termly programmes

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