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On Monday 6th February, 28 Cottesloe students took part in the annual Rotary Club Technology Tournament held at Aylesbury College. All the students were a real credit to the school, with teams from various year groups winning 7 out of 10 categories. Our Year 9 team came out on top and won the basic level task, as well as coming 3rd out of 18 for the 'best portfolio', which one of our Year 13 teams took the top prize for, with the other Year 13 team taking home the top prize for the advanced level task. Congratulations to all the students and thank you to everyone involved in making this year such a success for The Cottesloe School.

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Headteacher’s Welcome

It is a real pleasure, as the Headteacher of the Cottesloe School, to welcome you to our website and to our school.

The Cottesloe School is a vibrant and challenging learning community. Our students benefit from highly qualified and exceptionally committed staff, who recognise the importance of creative and challenging teaching and high professional standards.

Our curriculum has carefully designed pathways to make sure it meets the needs of all our students. It provides an excellent range of options in GCSE and A Level qualifications supported by a range of vocational courses. Students enjoy school and appreciate its strong community feel. All students experience a high level of care and guidance to support their personal and academic development.

We value support and feedback from parents as this has been proven to improve achievement and the students’ academic experience. In addition, we welcome visits to the school, by appointment, as we believe the means of deciding if a school is the right one for your child is to see it in action.

As a school, we provide a high quality learning experience, outstanding pastoral care, ever improving examination results, high standards of behaviour and care for others. the Cottesloe School has a calm, purposeful learning environment in which all students are happy, successful and safe.

Andrew McBurnie, Headteacher

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  • Wednesday
    22nd February
    Year 7 Parents' Evening
    4:00pm — 7:00pm
  • Friday
    3rd March
    Quiz Night
    7:00pm — 10:00pm
  • Wednesday
    8th March
    Year 13 Parents' Evening
    4:30pm — 7:00pm
  • Wednesday
    22nd March
    Year 12 Parents' Evening
    4:30pm — 7:00pm
  • Thursday
    30th March
    Year 11 Parents' Evening
    4:30pm — 7:00pm
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Headteacher’s Welcome

It is a real pleasure, as the Headteacher of the Cottesloe School, to welcome you to our website and to our school.

The Cottesloe School is a vibrant and challenging learning community. Our students benefit from highly qualified and exceptionally committed staff, who recognise the importance of creative and challenging teaching and high professional standards.

Our curriculum has carefully designed pathways to make sure it meets the needs of all our students. It provides an excellent range of options in GCSE and A Level qualifications supported by a range of vocational courses. Students enjoy school and appreciate its strong community feel. All students experience a high level of care and guidance to support their personal and academic development.

We value support and feedback from parents as this has been proven to improve achievement and the students’ academic experience. In addition, we welcome visits to the school, by appointment, as we believe the means of deciding if a school is the right one for your child is to see it in action.

As a school, we provide a high quality learning experience, outstanding pastoral care, ever improving examination results, high standards of behaviour and care for others. the Cottesloe School has a calm, purposeful learning environment in which all students are happy, successful and safe.

Andrew McBurnie, Headteacher