Archive for the ‘Archive 2013/14’ Category

Update from Kay

by swisscottage / July 21st, 2014 / in Archive 2013/14 / 0 Comments
July 2014Dear Parents, Carers and Families It’s hard to believe that another year has flown by.  We have now been in the building since November 2012 – only 20 months.  It seems much longer. This year has been another very successful one for Swiss Cottage.  Some achievements: we have recruited outstanding staff; we are oversubscribed with...
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Strike Action on Thursday 10th of July

by swisscottage / July 7th, 2014 / in Archive 2013/14 / 0 Comments
Dear Parents/carers, As you may know, several unions are calling their members out on strike on Thursday 10th July. Most staff at Swiss Cottage are members of one of these Unions, and so many will not be at work on Thursday. In addition, this strike includes School Transport staff, so we have to assume that their service is likely to be disrupted. We do not...
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UNICEF’s Rights Respecting School Award

by swisscottage / July 3rd, 2014 / in Archive 2013/14 / 0 Comments
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We are proud to announce that Swiss Cottage School, Development & Research Centre are now holders of UNICEF’s Rights Respecting School Award (Level 1). The Rights Respecting Schools Award (RRSA) recognises achievement in putting the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) at the heart of the school’s planning, policies, practice and...
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Get the Message Exhibition

by swisscottage / July 3rd, 2014 / in Archive 2013/14 / 0 Comments
Learners from Village School in Brent, The Bridge School in Islington and Swiss Cottage School in Camden have been taking part in an exciting collaborative art project  called ‘Get the Message’ with Camden Arts Centre. Samples of their work produced with artists Emma McGarry and Adam Walker will go on display at the centre from the 17th to the 20th of...
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Empty Classroom Day

by swisscottage / June 24th, 2014 / in Archive 2013/14 / 0 Comments
The sun was shining for Empty Classroom day on Friday 24th of June. We took to our playgrounds, terraces and gardens and found creative ways to enjoy learning outside. Redwood class enjoyed a horticultural inspired treasure hunt and learnt about the flowers, herbs and plants growing in our greenhouse and playgrounds. Learners also learnt about the lifecycle of...
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