Welcome A Message from the Principal Coopers   is   a   warm,   welcoming   and   friendly   School   where   all   students   are   happy   learners.   Your   child   is   the   most   important   person   to   you   and   to   our   School.      My   mission   as   Principal   is   to   take   Coopers   from   being   a   good   to   an outstanding school. We are very proud of our latest Ofsted Report which shows that we can achieve this. When   the   School   was   last   inspected   in   January   2014,   the   inspectors   said   that   'Coopers   is   a   well   led   school   within   which   a   well-planned   curriculum   and   good   teaching   lead   to   very   high   standards   and   very   good   examination results, in the top 20% of the country.' They described the school as "bubbling outstanding." The   inspectors   also   commented   that   the   very   good   behaviour   of   the   students   makes   an   important   contribution   to   the   welcoming,   supportive   and   orderly   learning   environment   created   by   the   School   as   we   strive   for   academic success. Our   website   gives   you   a   flavour   and   an   introduction   to   our   School   and   the   exciting   educational   opportunities   we   offer.   All   students   are   expected   to   be   ambitious   for   academic   success   and   personal   development.   The   School has a strong academic tradition, a reputation for high expectations and standards and, as visitors' comment, an excellent atmosphere marked by positive relationships. Coopers offers: A calm, well ordered, disciplined and yet caring environment where staff have high expectations of every student - the right atmosphere for excellent academic achievement Over a hundred experienced, talented specialist teachers with a commitment to ensuring that every student exceeds their potential. The opportunity for students to achieve the best possible examination results in a wide variety of areas with excellent mentoring and coaching facilities Setting according to ability in relevant subjects and an excellent fast track and academically able programme A wide range of extra-curricular and enrichment programmes for students. We are a Football Academy. Strong community links. A partnership with parents to provide success for every student as we believe the education of young people is a shared responsibility. The School is an exciting place to be and should you wish to see us in action, please contact us for a visit. Shirley Puxty      BSc (Hons) NPQH
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Vision Vision and Values - 'Enabling Learners of Today to Become Achievers of Tomorrow''
Values guiding Governors, Staff and Students: To show respect for and tolerance of others and listen to their views and opinions To have a sense of pride in the School and all its work and to strive to make a positive difference To be excellent role models and take responsibility for all we do To foster and encourage aspiration, aiming for the top in all that can be achieved, making the most of academic and practical strengths To show a resilience that empowers individuals to cope with adversity and challenges, and be strengthened by them
Coopers is a place where we develop: individuals who realise their potential academically, emotionally, spiritually and physically inquiring, well informed, confident, articulate and compassionate citizens with the desire and drive to succeed young people who make a positive contribution to the school community discovery, creativity, and a passion for learning in and beyond the classroom, with individuals taking responsibility for their own development and behaviour strong relationships within a caring, trusting ethos which instils a moral code and sense of self-worth and pride that stays with our young people all their lives
Address
Hawkwood Lane Chislehurst Kent BR7 5PS Enquiries to Mrs R Gulyas Map link courtesy of Google
Phone / Fax
Tel: 020 8467 3263   Fax: 020 8295 0342
Email
Contact Us How to get in touch with us
Respect          Pride          Responsibility          Aspiration          Resilience
Changes to Homework Procedures The procedure is as follows; Homework is set with a deadline on the gateway. All students are expected to submit homework completed to the best of their ability by this date Failure to meet the deadline will result a faculty ‘homework intervention’ and the teacher will put a sticker in their planner for the day they have to attend The student must then attend the intervention and once the homework is completed they are free to leave After school homework intervention finishes at 4.30pm As   a   parent   you   can   support   your   child   by   checking   homework   deadlines   on   the   gateway   and   checking   your   child’s   planner   daily   to   make   sure   they   are   meeting homework deadlines.
Uniform Shop Closure The uniform shop will be closed on Monday 20 June and Saturday 16 July. Full holiday opening days and times can be found here .
Poetry Superstar! On Wednesday 10 February, Jordanah Meshe, a Year 10 student, took part in the Poetry By Heart regional final at the Royal Festival Hall on the SouthBank and won! It was a highly prestigious event with lots of talented performers. There were nine other students, all of whom had been through their own school competitions. The other entrants were largely from fee-paying schools in Knightsbridge, Putney and Holland Park. Many of them were much older students - but they were no match for Jordanah. There were three poets as judges: Karen McCarthy Woolf, Simon Barraclough and Daljit Nagra. Jordanah now goes forward to the Grand Final at Homerton College, Cambridge in March. She bowled the judges over they came to speak to her at the end about being a student ambassador for the Poetry Society.
Document Library All our Important Documents and Information
TUESDAY 5th JULY School will be open as normal to all year groups and the Year 6 Transition day will continue as planned.
Welcome A Message from the Principal Coopers   is   a   warm,   welcoming   and   friendly   School   where   all   students   are   happy   learners. Your   child   is   the   most   important   person   to   you   and   to   our   School.      My   mission   as   Principal   is to   take   Coopers   from   being   a   good   to   an   outstanding   school.   We   are   very   proud   of   our   latest Ofsted Report which shows that we can achieve this. When   the   School   was   last   inspected   in   January   2014,   the   inspectors   said   that   'Coopers   is   a well   led   school   within   which   a   well-planned   curriculum   and   good   teaching   lead   to   very   high standards   and   very   good   examination   results,   in   the   top   20%   of   the   country.'   They   described the school as "bubbling outstanding." The   inspectors   also   commented   that   the   very   good   behaviour   of   the   students   makes   an important    contribution    to    the    welcoming,    supportive    and    orderly    learning    environment created by the School as we strive for academic success. Our    website    gives    you    a    flavour    and    an    introduction    to    our    School    and    the    exciting educational   opportunities   we   offer.   All   students   are   expected   to   be   ambitious   for   academic success   and   personal   development.   The   School   has   a   strong   academic   tradition,   a   reputation for   high   expectations   and   standards   and,   as   visitors'   comment,   an   excellent   atmosphere marked by positive relationships. Coopers offers: A   calm,   well   ordered,   disciplined   and   yet   caring   environment   where   staff   have   high expectations    of    every    student    -    the    right    atmosphere    for    excellent    academic achievement Over    a    hundred    experienced,    talented    specialist    teachers    with    a    commitment    to ensuring that every student exceeds their potential. The   opportunity   for   students   to   achieve   the   best   possible   examination   results   in   a wide variety of areas with excellent mentoring and coaching facilities Setting    according    to    ability    in    relevant    subjects    and    an    excellent    fast    track    and academically able programme A   wide   range   of   extra-curricular   and   enrichment   programmes   for   students.   We   are   a Football Academy. Strong community links. A   partnership   with   parents   to   provide   success   for   every   student   as   we   believe   the education of young people is a shared responsibility. The   School   is   an   exciting   place   to   be   and   should   you   wish   to   see   us   in   action,   please   contact us for a visit. Shirley Puxty      BSc (Hons) NPQH
NEWSLETTER NEWSLETTER CALENDAR CALENDAR
SCHOOL SUB SITES BTEC Media Art and Photography
INTERNET SAFETY
News and Information Important information about what is coming up and any urgent announcements
Vision Vision and Values - 'Enabling Learners of Today to Become Achievers of Tomorrow''
Values guiding Governors, Staff and Students: To show respect for and tolerance of others and listen to their views and opinions To have a sense of pride in the School and all its work and to strive to make a positive difference To be excellent role models and take responsibility for all we do To foster and encourage aspiration, aiming for the top in all that can be achieved, making the most of academic and practical strengths To show a resilience that empowers individuals to cope with adversity and challenges, and be strengthened by them
Coopers is a place where we develop: individuals who realise their potential academically, emotionally, spiritually and physically inquiring, well informed, confident, articulate and compassionate citizens with the desire and drive to succeed young people who make a positive contribution to the school community discovery, creativity, and a passion for learning in and beyond the classroom, with individuals taking responsibility for their own development and behaviour strong relationships within a caring, trusting ethos which instils a moral code and sense of self-worth and pride that stays with our young people all their lives
Address
Hawkwood Lane Chislehurst Kent BR7 5PS Enquiries to Mrs R Gulyas Map link courtesy of Google
Phone / Fax
Tel: 020 8467 3263   Fax: 020 8295 0342
Email
Contact Us How to get in touch with us
Respect          Pride          Responsibility          Aspiration          Resilience
Changes to Homework Procedures The procedure is as follows; Homework   is   set   with   a   deadline   on   the   gateway.   All   students   are   expected   to submit homework completed to the best of their ability by this date Failure   to   meet   the   deadline   will   result   a   faculty   ‘homework   intervention’   and   the teacher will put a sticker in their planner for the day they have to attend The    student    must    then    attend    the    intervention    and    once    the    homework    is completed they are free to leave After school homework intervention finishes at 4.30pm As   a   parent   you   can   support   your   child   by   checking   homework   deadlines   on   the   gateway and checking your child’s planner daily to make sure they are meeting homework deadlines.
Uniform Shop Closure The   uniform   shop   will   be   closed   on   Monday   20   June   and   Saturday   16   July.   Full   holiday opening days and times can be found here .
Poetry Superstar! On Wednesday 10 February, Jordanah Meshe, a Year 10 student, took part in the Poetry By Heart regional final at the Royal Festival Hall on the SouthBank and won! It was a highly prestigious event with lots of talented performers. There were nine other students, all of whom had been through their own school competitions. The other entrants were largely from fee-paying schools in Knightsbridge, Putney and Holland Park. Many of them were much older students - but they were no match for Jordanah. There were three poets as judges: Karen McCarthy Woolf, Simon Barraclough and Daljit Nagra. Jordanah now goes forward to the Grand Final at Homerton College, Cambridge in March. She bowled the judges over they came to speak to her at the end about being a student ambassador for the Poetry Society.
Document Library All our Important Documents and Information
TUESDAY 5th JULY School will be open as normal to all year groups and the Year 6 Transition day will continue as planned.
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