School closed Monday 21 January

by swisscottage / January 20th, 2013 / in Archive 2012/13 / 0 Comments
Unfortunately due to the heavy snowfall Swiss Cottage School has taken the difficult decision to remain closed to learners today (Monday 21st Jan). The decision was not made lightly and we have taken a number of factors into account. The adverse weather conditions have affected transport across London and impact the safety of our pupils and staff. The majority of...
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School Closure due to snow

by swisscottage / January 18th, 2013 / in Archive 2012/13 / 0 Comments
after only a few hours of snow Due to the current snow conditions, Swiss Cottage School will be closing Today (Friday 18th) at 1pm. Pupils will complete lessons and eat lunch prior to their departure at 1pm. Transport are aware of this closure time. If you have any questions for Camden transport, contact 02079746723.   We will provide updates on...
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This terms learning theme

by swisscottage / January 17th, 2013 / in Archive 2012/13, Uncategorized / 0 Comments
Our school follows a broad curriculum theme which changes every half-term and this terms theme is ‘Images’. The curriculum theme provides a central focus for our learners and inspires the wider school learning including whole school events, clubs and assemblies. Throughout this term this theme will be interpreted differently in each class.  In Middle School,...
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School Direct – Application Update

by swisscottage / January 17th, 2013 / in Archive 2012/13 / 0 Comments
Two women doing a science experiment
Deadline There is no fixed deadline for submitting your application however; we strongly advise that if you intend to apply you do so quickly. Applications We have received a high volume of applications. The first wave of applications for SEN and Primary are being processed and the Secondary applications are pending, the IOE will inform you if your...
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Kay’s Christmas message

by swisscottage / December 21st, 2012 / in Archive 2012/13 / 0 Comments
Child's drawing of a Christmas scene
We are drawing towards the end of a long, busy term and it’s time for reflection. It has been a term of growth and change with our new building, website, new learners, staff, governors, parents and partners! Our learners, to our surprise and pride, have shown considerable resilience with the move into our  new building and have settled well into their new...
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