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Update from Kay

by swisscottage / October 1st, 2013 / in Archive 2013/14 / 0 Comments
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Dear Parents/Carers Three points were raised for me to action at the Parent Council meeting on Tuesday 24 September.   1.            Research We are constantly seeking to develop the quality of our teaching and your child’s learning and progress. One of the ways we are doing that is through research – specifically Action...
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Update from Kay

by swisscottage / September 25th, 2013 / in Archive 2013/14 / 0 Comments
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Dear Parents/Carers Welcome back from the summer break, or welcome to Swiss Cottage, if your child has just got a place here. You will get newsletters from all sorts of people at Swiss.  Those from me give the overview.  Others give more specific information.   Our Building BAM, our contractors, have been busy over the summer fixing some things...
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Summer Fete

by swisscottage / July 23rd, 2013 / in Archive 2012/13 / 0 Comments
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Friends, family, staff and pupils enjoyed the sunshine at this year’s Summer School Fete. The day was a huge success and we raised a total of £2000. Even with the baking hot sunshine people still managed to get involved with the Bollywood Dancing and cooled off with ‘splat the brat’ soaking members of staff with hoses and sponges. Our talented receptionist...
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The Lions of Zululand

by swisscottage / July 22nd, 2013 / in Archive 2012/13 / 0 Comments
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The whole school enjoyed a day of singing, dancing and creative arts with The Lions of Zululand, a traditional dance troupe from Kwazulu in South Africa. The Lions of Zululand ran a day of cultural workshops for the whole school including; African singing, artwork, storytelling and dancing. The day got off to an explosive start with a fantastic tribal performance....
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Update from Kay

by swisscottage / July 12th, 2013 / in Archive 2012/13 / 0 Comments
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Dear Parents/Carers This has been a very busy and eventful year: Swiss Cottage expanded, to incorporate the children from Jack Taylor School and others –  from 161 children to 236 children, with a wider range of needs and going from 2-19; a new staffing structure, with over 100 new staff – from nearly 100 to nearly 200 staff; expanded health...
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