Subject Evening for Year 7 will take place on Thursday 27th March between 5:00PM and 7:30PM. Bookings will open on Monday (10th March) morning at 7AM and close on the 27th March at 3PM.
Congratulations to all our Talented Students for their Fabulous Performances in Oliver.
February 2014 Cotham School newsletter now available.
As you may be aware, the NUT is taking strike action on Wednesday 26 March 2014.
'Harris', one of our two school uniform suppliers, are able to offer an on-line ordering service.
Visiting Cotham School
The Cotham Gamemaker Club attended the Digimaker event hosted at the @Bristol. Read more to see more information and photos of the event.
Subject Evening for Year 8 will take place on Wednesday 5th March between 5PM and 7:30PM. Bookings will open on Monday (10th February) morning at 7AM and close on the 5th March at 3PM.
Cotham School Students get a taste of fame!! Take a look at page 16 of the linked publication to see what our Authentic Biology students have been up to.
Use the attached document to check for details of the year 8 exams.
Read more to open the 2013 Christmas Newsletter
Bookings for Year 9 Subject Evening, which is on 21st January 2014, will open on Tuesday 7th January at 7AM. Read more for instructions on making appointments.
The ESU speaking competition is being held on Thursday 21st November in the main hall. The event will start at around 17:30.
There is free on-street parking after 5pm. The way into the school is through the main school entrance, (in Cotham Lawn Road, not Cotham Road).
Click here to find out about the Dance Evening, Christmas concert etc. and book your tickets now.
Here is a list of the lessons being taught in terms 1 and 2 of Year 9. There are also some ideas for revision, along with an outline of the rest of Year 9.
Cotham School warmly congratulates Professor Peter Higgs upon receiving The Nobel Prize. Click 'Read more' to see videos and photos of Professor Peter Higgs.
Our next COMMUNITY MEETING will take place on Wednesday 25th September @ 7pm in the Main School Hall. This meeting is open to everyone in the local community (local residents, businesses/organisations etc)...
It was a pleasure to hear their delight as they received their results and we wish them well as they embark on their sixth form studies and other pathways.
An annual pass for the Severn Beach Line is £151.00 for 16-18's (a return journey for the equivalent of 77 pence per day) and £78.00 for under 16's (equivalent of 44 per per day).
Just over a third of all entries were graded at A or A*, which is a phenomenal achievement for students and a tribute to the hard work of their teachers. We also celebrate the achievement of sixteen of our students who managed to gain A*/A grades in all three or four of the subjects they studied with us. We are very proud that six of our students have gained places at Oxbridge and six students to study medicine. The vast majority of our students have gained grades that will enable them to fulfill their future plans with many gaining their first choice place at Russell group universities to study competitive courses.
as he receives the Freedom of the City of Bristol
A great turnout for the first Cotham Co-operative academy Community meeting
Term 4 Newsletter is now published
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
Uniform suppliers are in school on Thursdays between 2.30 and 4.30pm
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.
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