We will be having a Work Experience evening for all Year 10 students and parents/carers. This is a really important evening which will give you all vital information on how Work Experience takes place. What Work Experience is all about. Why students need to do Work Experience. The benefits of Work experience.
Forms will also be distributed that need to be completed and signed by parents and students before a student is allowed to do Work Experience.
Please do come along to a very informative evening.
Careers and Exams Manager
Please be aware that Thursday February 22nd at 5.30pm for a presentation at 6pm is the school’s annual Y9 Option briefing in the dining hall. A letter will be sent out about this as soon as possible.
We will also be publishing our options booklets which should be available before the meeting with some spare copies at the meeting.
We are delighted that our new breakfast club will be starting after the Christmas break.
From January 2018 we will be open from 07:45 until the registration bell at 08:30 in the Dining Room. We will be providing a full fresh breakfast service from the Kitchen it doesn’t matter if you prefer porridge, cereals, fruit or a bacon butty we will have it ready for you.
Please contact the school for more details and a brochure.
Payment for breakfast will be via Parentpay, if you do not yet have an account please contact your child’s tutor for an activation letter.
Pupils in Y9 should today receive notification of the results of their option choices. We have managed to accommodate 82% of the cohort with all of their 4 choices and all students are able to study 3 out of their 4 choices.
Letters today identify which students will need to make another choice and what we suggest may be a good fit. We have taken into consideration the latest grade sweep and the attitudes to learning in each of the subjects.
Thank you to the great number of Y9 parents who attended the options evening.
Some parents asked for an electronic copy of the options booklet to be made available and we have now uploaded this to the parents section of our website.
Remember, options forms need to be returned to us by the 23rd March.
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Please be aware that Thursday February 23rd at 6pm is the school’s annual Y9 Option briefing in the dining hall. A letter will be sent out about this as soon as possible.
Following on from Y9 PSHE briefing that day Mr Booth, Executive Headteacher, will brief the parents at 6pm on this year’s options process.
CCC Student at Morrisons
This term Year 9 Cope students decided they wanted to help the elderly at Christmas. However they decided that it should be a joint project that involved the local community. With this in mind they wrote letters to Morrisons, Asda and Aldi.
Not only did Morrisons reply to the letter but they donated a whole trolley of food to the student’s charity. The contents of the trolley included: canned food; packets of biscuits; dried rice and pasta, hot chocolate and tea bags.
The Cope students would like this opportunity to thank Morrisons for their generosity and help with this project.
We have also been contacted by Asda who have kindly offered to donate some food after the 1st of December.
Attention all GCSE Art students!
Your preparation material is now available and can be downloaded from the following link
Next week is the last week of this term. We are looking forward to our Christmas Lunches again this year and these will be on the following dates;
Carterton Community College – Tuesday
Carterton Primary School – Thursday
Gateway Primary School – Thursday
Sixth Form – Thursday (2pm)
The turkey is on the way, the veg is booked – come and celebrate with us!
We are passing this on from Oxfordshire County Council and Thames Valley Police.
I know you will be aware of the recent incident in North Oxford involving a 14 year old girl. Whilst these types of incidents are very rare, we understand that it has created a heightened level of anxiety amongst parents, carers and young people. We want to reassure you that there is a large team of specialist detective resources investigating the incident. The investigation team have received a really positive response from the public and are following up information, witnesses and video footage provided following their appeal.
Thames Valley Police in conjunction with Oxfordshire County Council are giving the following advice to school pupils:-
- Where possible travel to school in groups and stick to the busier roads, avoiding alleyways and under passes.
- Be alert and aware of your surroundings and avoid the use of head phones as this can be a distraction.
- Please report anything suspicious via 101 quoting URN 1631 28/09/2016 or 999 if in immediate danger, or inform the Safeguarding Officer in your school as soon as possible.
Thames Valley police have increased their patrols so please speak to the officers if you have any concerns.
Regular up-dates can be found on the Thames Valley Police website. www.thamesvalley.police.uk