Heads & Contacts

Youngs A2
Mr A Youngs

Head of Sixth Form

Peter Cropper
Mr Cropper

Assistant Head

Tracey Cherry
Mrs Cherry

Sixth Form Administrator

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Sixth Form Head Students (L-R) Cameron, Katie, Immy and Andrew

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I’m Andrew, the Head Boy. I am studying psychology, criminology and PE and wish to go to university to study psychology. I enjoy playing all sports, and have represented the School at football, rugby and athletics. During my time as Head Boy I wish to help improve the student wellbeing in the school, particularly with a focus on mental health issues. Andrew List

My name is Immy and I am your Head Girl. I have been at the Cottesloe since the very beginning of year seven and I am proud to say I have witnessed the school improve drastically over the years. I am currently studying English Literature, Geography and Psychology and plan to study English Literature at University and complete a PGCE to become a teacher which I have aspired to be from a very young age. I am an approachable person, a keen learner and team player so I look forward to working with staff and students to continue developing the school. Immy Wright

Hello I’m Katie and I am Deputy Head Girl. I am studying Law, Geology, Geography and doing an EPQ with aspirations to study law at university. I have been at the school since Year 7 and have seen the school develop and improve over the past six years which I am extremely proud of. I am looking forward to working together as a team to continue this and maintain the vibrant community the Cottesloe School Is. Katie Horgan

My name is Cameron and I have the role of Deputy Head Boy. I am currently studying Psychology, Product Design and Business. In the future I wish to go to university to study Psychology, specialising in Educational Psychology. I hope to move on to this as a career to support children or young people who are experiencing social, emotional or learning difficulties that hinder their success in learning and participation in school and other activities. Cameron McBurnie