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A Warm Welcome to Clearwater Academy

Part of The Diocese of Gloucester Academies Trust (DGAT)

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Violin/Music Workshop

We were very fortunate yesterday to have a visit from Sophie Coles, Principal 2nd Violin of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. Sophie held a wonderful [...]

Tooth Fairy Visit

The children were very excited to receive a visit from the Tooth Fairy this week. They learned all about how to care for and brush [...]

A warm welcome to our new children and families

We would like to offer a very warm welcome to all of the new children and parents that will be joining us in September. We [...]

Introduction from the Principal

Welcome to Clearwater Academy. It is a privilege to be leading this brand new school. Your children are at the heart of everything we do. We provide a caring, warm and safe environment in which they can learn and flourish.

Children of any faith and none are given the opportunity to develop their own spirituality, to be curious and ask big questions, to celebrate and make good choices that will provide a solid foundation as they progress through life. They will receive the highest educational provision underpinned by the Christian values of joy, compassion, respect, responsibility, community and courage.

I look forward to building this community with you.

Mrs Moss – Headteacher

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Our School and its Aims and Ethos

Ethos Statement

Clearwater Church of England Academy provides the highest quality education within the context of caring Christian beliefs and practices, in close affiliation with the local Church. Our curriculum connects home, school and church, and reinforces the fact that the values we celebrate in school shape the whole of our children’s lives. Children, of any faith or none, are given the opportunity to develop their own spirituality, to be curious and ask big questions, to celebrate and to make good choices.

Read our school Aims and Values