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SCS Newsletter 05/06/2020

by swisscottage / June 5th, 2020 / in Uncategorized /
SCS Newsletter 201920
Dear Parents and Carers, We hope this finds you well at the end of the first week of our final half term. We are writing to provide updates and viewpoints across three topics: Return to School Timelines Virtual School Review Transition Planning Political Tensions & Racial Injustice The Senior Leadership Team is genuinely focused on getting the...
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SCS Newsletter 05/06/2020

by swisscottage / June 5th, 2020 / in Uncategorized /
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Reflecting on the events of the last two weeks and the words that are being repeated over and over again: injustice, inequality, racism…suffering. What should be history is still a reality and one that has deep roots. Each of us will have a different experience with racism. The demands of our roles mean we are not having discussions about an issue that is...
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SCS Newsletter 22/05/2020

by swisscottage / May 22nd, 2020 / in Uncategorized /
SCS Newsletter 201920
Dear Parents and Carers, The safety of every pupil, staff member, and those who work in the school building guides how we bring our school community back together. The letter last week shared key information that informed our planning for a safe return to the school building for pupils and staff. Additional sets of guidelines from the Department for Education,...
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SCS Newsletter 15/05/2020

by swisscottage / May 15th, 2020 / in Uncategorized /
SCS Newsletter 201920
Dear Parents and Carers, The news this week is focused on the transition back to school for specific groups of pupils following the Prime Minister’s national update on Sunday evening. Every school is changing and will need to plan this carefully. Our school building will not have every pupil returning to school from 1st June 2020.  We are working carefully...
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Staffing Updates 07/05/2020

by swisscottage / May 7th, 2020 / in Uncategorized / 0 Comments
SCS Newsletter 201920
Dear Parents and Carers, We hope this finds you well and safe as lockdown continues across the country. Our Head of School Monika Gaweda will be moving on to a new leadership role at the end of the summer term. Monika joined Swiss Cottage School in 2007 and has progressed from classroom teacher to middle leadership roles before being appointed as our Head of...
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