Community At Coopers, we value community highly. Our vertical tutoring system has been created to establish and embed a deep sense of family. Every student between the age of eleven and eighteen is a member of one of our four Houses. All Houses take part in Inter-House competitions, as well as adopting and raising money for charity.

Parent Forum

Parent Forum is made up of interested parents, and meets once every half-term to discuss matters important to Coopers’ Parents and their child’s education. Meetings are at 6.00pm and normally last approximately 90 minutes. Minutes and dates of meetings are available on the Gateway. If you are interested in joining Parent Forum, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Denoon at hdenoon@coopersschool.com

Views

Student Leadership Leadership Meetings are held and chaired by student leadership team every fortnight. Issues are raised and then discussed in groups –  sometimes straightforward, sometimes not! It is as important for students to understand why things sometimes can’t happen, as it is to bring about change.   Surveys We take all surveys very seriously. In addition to providing feedback on the areas within which we excel, the surveys highlight areas for improvement. From the most recent parent survey completed we have:   Contacted all parents that were unable to log on to the Learning Gateway and provided support to help access Put in place monitoring of individual students to improve the quality of learning Ensured that communication systems are working for all parents by contacting parents who raised concerns and updating our systems
Franklin House is named after Rosalind Franklin. Charity Supported: MIND http://www.mind.org.uk About Franklin House and Rosalind Franklin
We are committed to helping our students to understand others, to value diversity, to interact positively with people from different backgrounds, show resilience and to achieve to the best of their ability by removing barriers to learning. Our successes so far include a strong and inclusive student leadership programme, a varied programme of enrichment activities that are open to all, exciting opportunities for students to volunteer locally and overseas, including Outlook Expeditions and Community Sports Leader Awards, successful parent planning forums, encouraging parents and families to be involved in the positive development of Coopers and excellent student links to local organisations, including The Chislehurst Rotary Club and The Chislehurst Society.
Newton House is named after Sir Isaac Newton. Charity Supported: Cardiac Risk in the Young http://www.c-r-y.org.uk About Newton House and Sir Isaac Newton
Pankhurst House is named after Emmeline Pankhurst . Charity Supported: Foal Farm Animal Rescue http://www.foalfarm.org.uk About Pankhurst House and Emmeline Pankhurst
Wilberforce House is named after William Wilberforce . Charity Supported: Children born with underdeveloped or no eyes http://www.macs.org.uk About Wilberforce House and William Wilberforce

Student Leadership

Student Leadership Team 2017 Student Leadership Senior Team Franklin Leadership Team Wilberforce Leadership Team Newton Leadership Team Pankhurst Leadership Team
Community At Coopers, we value community highly. Our vertical tutoring system has been created to establish and embed a deep sense of family. Every student between the age of eleven and eighteen is a member of one of our four Houses. All Houses take part in Inter-House competitions, as well as adopting and raising money for charity.

Parent Forum

Parent Forum is made up of interested parents, and meets once every half-term to discuss matters important to Coopers’ Parents and their child’s education. Meetings are at 6.00pm and normally last approximately 90 minutes. Minutes and dates of meetings are available on the Gateway. If you are interested in joining Parent Forum, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Denoon at hdenoon@coopersschool.com

Views

Student Leadership Leadership Meetings are held and chaired by student leadership team every fortnight. Issues are raised and then discussed in groups –  sometimes straightforward, sometimes not! It is as important for students to understand why things sometimes can’t happen, as it is to bring about change.   Surveys We take all surveys very seriously. In addition to providing feedback on the areas within which we excel, the surveys highlight areas for improvement. From the most recent parent survey completed we have:   Contacted all parents that were unable to log on to the Learning Gateway and provided support to help access Put in place monitoring of individual students to improve the quality of learning Ensured that communication systems are working for all parents by contacting parents who raised concerns and updating our systems
Franklin House is named after Rosalind Franklin. Charity Supported: MIND http://www.mind.org.uk About Franklin House and Rosalind Franklin
We are committed to helping our students to understand others, to value diversity, to interact positively with people from different backgrounds, show resilience and to achieve to the best of their ability by removing barriers to learning. Our successes so far include a strong and inclusive student leadership programme, a varied programme of enrichment activities that are open to all, exciting opportunities for students to volunteer locally and overseas, including Outlook Expeditions and Community Sports Leader Awards, successful parent planning forums, encouraging parents and families to be involved in the positive development of Coopers and excellent student links to local organisations, including The Chislehurst Rotary Club and The Chislehurst Society.
Newton House is named after Sir Isaac Newton. Charity Supported: Cardiac Risk in the Young http://www.c-r-y.org.uk About Newton House and Sir Isaac Newton
Pankhurst House is named after Emmeline Pankhurst . Charity Supported: Foal Farm Animal Rescue http://www.foalfarm.org.uk About Pankhurst House and Emmeline Pankhurst
Wilberforce House is named after William Wilberforce . Charity Supported: Children born with underdeveloped or no eyes http://www.macs.org.uk About Wilberforce House and William Wilberforce
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