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Open Events 2021 | 22

Welcome to our virtual open event, we are just as disappointed as you must be that we could not have you here in person to see what we have to offer. Due to increased cases within our school community, we must keep our students, staff, and visitors safe. 

Here is our Headteacher, Mr. Jones virtually presenting to you the same presentation he would have if you were here, in person. 

Digital Prospectus

We have prepared lots of video content to give you a real flavour as to what The Cottesloe School has to offer and we hope our 'Cottesloe Character' shines through. Please see our YouTube playlist for all our videos.

To support you we have prepared a list of FAQs that will help answer many of the questions you may have. If you do have any further questions please contact us using this Google Form below.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

The Cottesloe School

Virtual Open Event Videos

Virtual Tour Around the School

Headteacher Welcome | Simon Jones

Specialist Teaching Spaces | Deputy Head Louise Baldwin

Subjects you will study

Please view the following short videos about the subjects you will study at The Cottesloe School or alternatively, this is a YouTube playlist of all the videos

English

Maths

Science

 

PE

Geography

Ethics and Philosophy 

History

Design and Technology

Art

ICT

Modern Foreign Languages

Performing Arts

Business Studies

Duke of Edinburgh

Year 7 Character Camp

See the highlights of Year 7 Character Camp 2021, which we hope to recreate in 2022!

Here is our dedicated page for Summer School

 

Pastoral Care, SEND and Wellbeing Support

Pastoral Care

SEND

For what we offer see our SEND  | webpage

SEND Information for Parents | Booklet (PDF)

Wellbeing

Safeguarding TEAM Hub | webpage

Wellbeing | webpage

Emotional Wellbeing | webpage

TEAM Hub | webpage

Teddy the Wellbeing Dog | webpage

Frequently Asked Questions

Any further questions

Please click here to select form.
Please note that we are unable to answer specific questions about transport catchment areas and the likelihood of you being able to get in to the school.