Dear Parents/Carers, I am writing to let you know about an exciting new extra curricular opportunity being offered to students…
Fill in the form below to download or get prospectus sent to you in the post.Prospectus
Teachers of DT (Product Design and Food Technology) required for September 2017.
Teacher of Science (including physics) required for September 2017.
Non-teaching: Adult Learning Evening Receptionist.
Application packs available on the link below.Vacancies
Theory Course – Grade 2/3 Music: 23rd February to 30th March 2017.
Half-term Music Technology at Cottenham VC: Wednesday 15th February.
GCSE Music Showcase : 22nd February 6.30-8pm.
Cambridgeshire Music Battle of the Bands and song competition at the Junction: 19th March (entry deadline 24th February).
Please follow the music link for further information.Music events
Half Term Holidays: w/c 13-17 February 2017
Spring Term Ends: Friday 31 March 2017
Summer Term Starts: Tuesday 18 April 2017
May Bank Holiday: Monday 1 May 2017
Half Term Holidays: w/c 29 May 2017
Summer Term Ends: Friday 21 July 2017
A full list of parent evening dates and the on-line booking system are available via the link below. (The on-line booking system will be available from the Thursday prior to the parents’ evening).Parents' Evenings
For information about Pupil Premium, please follow the link below.Pupil Premium
To view the weekly sports fixtures and extra-curricular activities please follow the link below.Sports Results & Fixtures
Ofsted operates a facility called Parent View for parents and carers to share their views on the provision offered by schools. We would encourage you, please, to take a moment to register on the site and provide your comments about the College.Parent View
The phrase ‘The Best In You’ means a lot to us. It is not an empty slogan; rather, it is a statement of our core belief that we must find the very best in each and every one of our students, and staff, and enable them to realise their full potential.
Cottenham Village College works with the Cambridge County Council Admissions Team and abides by the Local Authority’s Admissions policy.Admissions information
“A significant increase in outcomes has been achieved and the academy continues to improve. Academy leaders have been uncompromising in driving improvements in teaching, learning and assessment that have improved outcomes for pupils.”Ofsted Inspection Report 2015
“Pupils’ spiritual, moral, cultural and social development is fostered well, much aided by a rich diet of out-of-school activities.”Ofsted Inspection Report 2015
“Pupils are eager and confident learners. They take pride in their academy. They are respectful to each other and to adults, and conduct themselves well at all times of the day. They are well cared for and feel safe in a secure environment.”Ofsted Inspection Report 2015