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Year 7 News

A very busy yet successful first term for Year 7s at The Cooper School… [pdf-embedder url=""]

Open Evening 2018

Last night, The Cooper School, hosted its annual Open Evening, a chance for prospective students and their parents to come and see what we have to offer. The evening was very well attended, welcoming visitors from primary schools right across Bicester and the surrounding area, as well as visitors from across the county borders, keen [...]

Board of Directors Letter to Parents

Dear Parent Please see letter below from the Chair of Directors, together with a supporting letter from the Headteachers' Group, WorthLess?, for your information 26092018 Board of Directors letter to parents (final).pdf WL letter to parents and carers 28 Sept 2018.pdf Kind Regards Ben Baxter Executive Headteacher >

GCSE Results 2018

The Cooper School is pleased to announce the 2018 GCSE results with 72% of students achieving 5 or more 4+ grades including English and Maths.  100% of students achieved 5 or more GCSE passes.  Pleasing results in the individual subject areas of English and Maths showed 83% of students receiving 4+ in English and 78% [...]

A Level Results 2018

Many students at The Cooper School celebrated their successes in their ‘A’ Level exams.  The results in the Key Performance Indicators are as follows: 10% achieved A*/A 33% achieved A*- B 68% achieved A*-C 99% achieved A*-E Of particular note was the outstanding academic achievements of Jess Skellern and Amy Kerby who both achieved straight [...]

Science wall unveiled…

The end of last term saw the grand unveiling of the stunning science wall, a joint Art/Science project. Students, including Post 16, worked together to brighten up the science corridor with a fantastic eye catching mural which includes caricatures of various science teachers and technicians. Many thanks and congratulations to all involved in the project.

Maths Challenge

We are very proud to report that once again, our students have excelled in Mathematics! Thirty-one Cooper School Mathematicians from Years 7 and 8 reached the Gold, Silver or Bronze certificate level in the UKMT 2018 Junior Mathematics Challenge this year. The competition is run by the UK Mathematics Trust and over a quarter of a [...]

Nightingale students think of others…

This term Nightingale students have excelled themselves and have been instrumental in raising money for our nominated local House charities; Bicester Food Bank and the Salvation Army, so fewer people in our community go hungry. The students organised, prepared and sold cakes, ‘mocktails’, sweets and ice cream, as well as inviting students to participate in [...]