We are pleased to invite all parents/carers of CVC students and parents/carers of students in Years 5 & 6 of…
Fill in the form below to download or get prospectus sent to you in the post.Prospectus
Parents/Carers are invited to the Bugsy Malone production on the evenings of Wednesday 19th, Thursday 20th and Friday 21st March 2014. Tickets: £7 for adults, £5 for concessions/children under the age of 16 (available from the student services office).Bugsy Tickets
Year 10 Work Experience Information Evening: Thursday 6th March 2014, 6-7pm in the School Hall.
Year 7 Parents’ Evening: Thursday 27th March 4.30-7.30pm.
To view the dates for parents’ evening meetings and the parents’ evening feedback survey, please follow the link below.Parents' Evenings
Please follow the link below for information regarding the governing body of the college.Governance
Please support the college, and other Cambridgeshire schools, to ensure that children in Cambridgeshire benefit from the same level of funding as children elsewhere in the country. Johnathan Djanolgly MP has particular petition for bridging funding for 2014/15. Simply click on the links to sign the 2 e-petitions.e-petitions
U14 boys basketball team won the district basketball tournament, beating Chesterton in the final 24-14! U16 girls played well in the finals. Centre Parcs U16 A team made it to the semi-finals.
To view the extra-curricular activity list/sports fixtures follow the link below.
Half Term Holidays: Monday 17th to Friday 21st February 2014
Training Day: Monday 24th February 2014
Term Starts for Students: Tuesday 25th February 2014
Term Ends: Friday 4th April 2014TERM DATES
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.
Steve Ellison, Executive HeadteacherParent 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.Our approach
Cottenham Village College works with the Cambridge County Council Admissions Team and abides by the Local Authority’s Admissions policy.Admissions information
“Students say that they feel safe in school, and the school is a very safe environment for them to be in. The school site is safe and secure and all the necessary checks are carried out regularly. Students report that there is almost no bullying and that they are confident that if there was any bullying, it would be dealt with immediately by staff and sorted out.”Ofsted Inspection Report 2013
“The curriculum meets the needs of the students and is regularly reviewed. Students have a wide range of activities available after school and at lunchtimes, and the numbers of students who take part in these activities is high.”Ofsted Inspection Report 2013
“Students’ behaviour is good. They are polite, respectful and helpful in lessons and around the school. They are keen to learn and respond well to challenges in lessons.”Ofsted Inspection Report 2013