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Eco Warriors

07th October 2019

Eco Warriors

A group of Year 7 Cottesloe students; Emily, Chloe, Sanchia & Sinead, have formed a small task force designated to clearing up litter around Stewkley, the village they live in.

It all started with them being disgusted by the littering they saw at the village Rec. They agreed to work together to clear the rubbish, which in addition to being an eyesore, can pose a danger to wildlife. In their quest they have collected and filled bags with; plastic bottles, cans, packets, discarded toys and other general waste. 

They are taking so much pride in the work they have done and hope to inspire others to take more care of the beautiful village that they love and respect.  Well done for making a difference and making Stewkley a better environment to live in. 

It’s important that we all take responsibility to look after our local environment and ensure litter is disposed of correctly; either use bins provided, or take your rubbish home with you.

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Year 10 Core Evening presentation

04th October 2019

Please find below the powerpoint from the Year 10 Core evening 

C:fakepathCore Evening Powerpoint 2019 YEAR 10.pptx

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Core evening presentation

30th September 2019

Following on from the Year 11 Core Evening, please find below a link to the presentation.

Year 11 Core Evening 2019


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Year 7 Residential Trip

25th September 2019

Year 7 Residential Trip is going well. We’ve had a hike to camp, then Archery, Climbing, Bushcraft, Pioneering and Paracord bracelet making! Group 2 enjoyed a game of Liars Yarn before dinner on Tuesday afternoon, and in the evening we all relaxed with a hot chocolate around the campfire! This morning (Wednesday 25th September) we are preparing for a climbing session. Lots of cooperation is required for this activity, as well as responsibility and empathy as students work in pairs.
Another activity taking place this morning is 'Who can build a catapult which fires the furthest?' this is proving to be a successful team challenge, requiring collaboration and cooperation from all involved.

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The Cottesloe School celebrates 'excellent' GCSE results in Wing

23rd August 2019

Staff and students of The Cottesloe School, Wing, are celebrating "some excellent GCSE results".


This year 83 per cent of students passed English (21 per cent above national average) and 78 per cent achieved a pass in Maths (18 per cent above national average).

Simon Jones, headteacher, said: "As headteacher, I would like to pass on my praise to the staff and students who have worked so hard to achieve these results.

"A particular mention goes to the following students: Henry Dorrance- 2 grade 9s, 2 grade 8s, 1 grade A* and 1 grade A;

Cameron Powell - 2 grade 9s, 5 grade 8s, 2 grade As;

Isabelle Walford - 1 grade 9, 4 grade 8s, 2 grade As;

Charlotte Targell - 5 grade 8s, 1 grade A, 1 grade B."

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World challenge -Nepal

23rd July 2019

Nepal, Summer 2019

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Speaker in school today

18th July 2019

Harry Davison and @annielawrencee from Facebook are inspiring some of our Year 9 students during today's Maths lesson. Talking about how stats are used in business, Harry told them "the Maths and Statistics you are learning today is what I use on a daily basis"

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English Literature Ambassadors

15th July 2019

My name is Rebecca Putt, I am in Year 11 and currently taking my GCSEs. Along with a group of fellow students I took my GCSE in English Literature when I was in Year 10, so Mrs Webber asked if we would get involved in mentoring our peers, as we had exam experience and were able to advise them on revision techniques that helped us, and how to deal with stress as the exam approached. We had one-to-one and small group sessions, and I had to learn different books to the ones I had studied, going over the plots and giving unique ideas for answers, using tips I had learned from Mr Matcham. I found it interesting and enjoyed the experience, and I was pleased to have the opportunity to help as I would like to go into teaching. Mrs Webber added, "These Year 11 students have been amazing in the Intervention sessions. They have really helped other Year 11 students because they have recently been through the examination process themselves and know what works. They were also so focused in these sessions and shared their excellent notes to great effect."

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Sports Day

14th July 2019

The schools races will be happening very soon 

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