for Years 7, 8 and 9
We would like to invite our community to attend an open public meeting on TUESDAY JUNE 11th at 7pm in the Main School Hall
Children and teachers from Sithobelumthetho Primary School in Kwa Zulu Natal will be visiting Cotham on Tuesday June 4 for the day.
Saturday 15th June - 12 - 3pm
1748 voting papers were issued. A total of 193 votes were cast
I am sure that you will have been reading about the recent outbreaks of measles and as headteacher of Cotham I too have been watching this news with some concern.
Choosing a secondary school for your child is an important decision and we realise that in addition to attending our Open Evening in September parents and their prospective year 7 students also like to see the school during the day when students are in lessons
On the 12 of April, sixteen 12 year old boys took part in a vigorous 12 hour football match for Comic Relief.
Term 4 Newsletter is now published
All our Y8 students have spent the morning of 21 March reporting on issues that concern them - see them all in the News section
I am sure that like me you have been reading and viewing the media stories about horse meat in school meals and wondering if Cotham might be in any way touched by this scandal. I have been talking with Paul Baker, our head chef, and he has been able to re-assure me in the following ways.
A short film created by Cotham student Finn Swallow (Yr7) and
First parent members meeting has been postponed until January 29
Resources from the Controlled Assessment talk are now on the website
Dates for your diary
Please find below a link to all the parents’ meetings that will be taking place at the school over this academic year
are now ready for collection
Tenders are invited for the demolition of an existing boundary wall and the building of a new rubble stone wall. Tenders need to be submitted by Monday 17 December
Cotham Co-operative Membership Champions talk to the Bristol Evening Post about the exciting future of Cotham School......
The latest Cotham newsletter is now available
The governing body at Cotham School takes its work very seriously, supporting and challenging the school, planning for the future and ensuring that it continues to provide an outstanding education for its young people.
Lockers for Y7 students are now available. A £10 refundable deposit is required
Congratulations to all our students who took their GCSE exams this summer.
At Cotham we very much believe that the process of education is enhanced through the school working closely with parents
Uniform suppliers are in school on Thursdays between 2.30 and 4.30pm
Congratulations to our A level students, staff and tutors on a set of outstanding results
Categories: School News
Exciting news in particle physics as the Higgs Boson is 'most probably' discovered
We were delighted to welcome Professor Peter Higgs on Wednesday 16th May when he came to visit his old school.
Latest update regarding Cotham Academy
Usually when headteachers receive a call from Ofsted...
Starting on the first day back in January there will be a new Key Stage 3 homework club in the library, Monday to Thursday every week from 3.05 pm to 4.05 pm.
Choose from our performing & visual arts sessions starting from January 2012.
All students at Cotham School have been issued with an ID style access control card for use within the school.
Check our Exams & Revision page for podcasts you can download directly to your mp3 player
Important information for parents regarding Cotham school uniform and PE kit from September 2011
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