School day at Cleveland House

Each young person has a timetable which is devised to accommodate the inclusion lessons they attend within the mainstream school.

When they are not attending the mainstream school with support they will be continuing their learning at the specialist base.


Please click below for further details of our school day


Doors open: 8:30am

Registration/Tutor Time8.30 – 8.50am20 mins
Lesson18.50 – 9.50am60 mins
Lesson 29.50 – 10.50am60 mins
Break10.50 – 11.10am20 mins
Moving 11.05am 
Lesson 311.10 – 12.10pm60 mins
Lesson 412.10 – 1.10pm60 mins
Lunch1.10 – 1.55pm45 mins
Moving 1.50pm 
Lesson 51.55 – 3.00pm65 mins
End of Day3:00 – 3:15pm15 mins

Finish time: 3:15pm

Breakfast Club

Breakfast Club takes place from 8am every morning at the following sites:

·        Primary Site (for Primary site classes and Richmond classes)

·        Secondary Site (for all Secondary site classes)

·        V6F Middlefield Lane (for all 6th form classes/Cleveland House/The Hinckley School classes)

·        New Lubbesthorpe

Breakfast Club is £3 per session and includes breakfast of cereals, toast, yoghurts etc for your child to choose.

Breakfast Club must be booked via Arbor/Activities/Clubs/’* can be registered for these clubs’ and can only be booked in advance. The deadline for booking is 3pm on the Friday prior to the week Breakfast Club is required. Payment must be made on booking.

Afterschool Clubs

Afterschool Clubs take place at our Primary and Secondary sites on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday each week and have to be booked as a block. The sessions on offer may change each block but typically the clubs are Arts & Crafts, Sensory/Soft Play, Gym, Football, Music and Dance depending on which site your child attends. Clubs run until 4.30pm and pick up is from the reception area of each site.

Each session is charged at £6 per session (subject to change) and is paid as a whole half term block e.g. £6 x 7 weeks (depending on length of half term) = £42. A booking form is sent to all parents during the term prior to the new term. Once the form is submitted you will be notified if your child has a place on the club and will be sent a confirmation email asking for payment.

Students learning reflects The Hinckley School timetable for subjects pupils are accessing in mainstream. The remainder of the timetable is set flexibly in order to offer a specialised timetable.