Archive for the ‘Archive 2019/20’ Category

SCS End of Year Newsletter 21/07/2020

by swisscottage / July 20th, 2020 / in Archive 2019/20, Uncategorized /
Dear Parents and Carers, It is so hard to believe that we are at the end of the academic year. We did not know in the Autumn and Spring Term that we were experiencing our vibrant school provision in a way that would suddenly change. All of the creativity in the specialist classrooms; the partnership with multi-agency teams for the integrated teaching model;...
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SCS Newsletter 10/07/2020

by swisscottage / July 10th, 2020 / in Archive 2019/20 /
Dear Parents and Carers, We hope this finds you well as we enter the final weeks of the academic year. Our amazing Head of School Monika Gaweda joined Swiss Cottage School in 2007 and we are sad to see her go. Thank you for all of the messages you have sent through for her book to wish her well as she starts this new chapter. Dear Parents, Carers and...
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SCS Newsletter 03/07/2020

by swisscottage / July 3rd, 2020 / in Archive 2019/20 /
Dear Parents and Carers, We are delighted that the on-site pilot cohorts are working so well. We are up to 70 pupils and 70 staff in the school, and none of the children or staff have had any symptoms. The government released their guidelines for a full return to school in September 2020. We are really pleased and are starting our preparations to that we can build...
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SCS Newsletter 26/06/2020

by swisscottage / June 26th, 2020 / in Archive 2019/20 /
School Updates  This week the school had 60 pupils daily with the second phase of on-site adapted curriculum. The pupils are feeling very confident with the changes in the school building. The teams are carefully planning teaching and learning in line with the government safety guidelines. We were really pleased to have pupils return across the following...
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SCS Newsletter 19/06/2020

by swisscottage / June 19th, 2020 / in Archive 2019/20 /
School Building  The school building has changed to support a safe movement throughout the high use areas such as the entry to the school, reception, corridors, stairs, and dining halls. We have introduced new systems so that movement through the building is limited through clusters of classes that are in protected ‘zones’. We are sharing this video so that all...
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