World Book Day

by swisscottage / March 7th, 2013 / in Archive 2012/13 / 0 Comments
We have been celebrating World Book Day and enjoying how magical books can be. Now in its 16th year, World Book Day aims to ensure that as many children as possible explore the pleasures of books and reading. To celebrate the day, children will receive a World Book Day £1 Book Token which can be exchanged for one of eight specially published books including...
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Fundrasising Cake Sale – 28th March

by swisscottage / March 5th, 2013 / in Archive 2012/13 / 0 Comments
cake sale
Are you handy in the kitchen? A creative cupcake queen? Then we need your help! We are running a fundraising Cake sale on Thursday 28th of March and we need help to bake cakes and yummy treats to sell and to man the cake stall. If you are interested then please email us on...
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Update from Kay

by swisscottage / February 4th, 2013 / in Archive 2012/13, Uncategorized / 0 Comments
Our new building It seems like we’ve been in our new building for a long time- in fact it’s only been 11 weeks and such a lot is happening. The building itself continues to present issues for us on a daily basis, which is very frustrating but to be expected in a ‘new build’. We no longer have the authority we used to have to do things ourselves. We have...
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Kay collects her OBE

by swisscottage / January 29th, 2013 / in Archive 2012/13 / 3 Comments
We are delighted to announce that our Principal, Kay Bedford, received her OBE from Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace last week. The Order of the British Empire (OBE) recognises distinguished service to the arts and sciences, public services outside the Civil Service and work with charitable and welfare organisations of all kinds. This honour was awarded to...
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The science of snow

by swisscottage / January 29th, 2013 / in Archive 2012/13 / 0 Comments
Recent snow fall inspired Science lessons at our school, proving that every moment is a learning opportunity. Children and snowflakes are made for each other as a childs natural curiosity about snow creates the perfect gateway into scientific exploration. Learners collected cupfuls of snow from their outdoor spaces and investigated its texture and temperature and...
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