This website is the Lost and Found website of Cottesloe Primary School. To visit the main Cottesloe Primary School website, visit www.cottesloeps.wa.edu.au.
Found in last 2 weeks of 2016. Black, zip up, windcheater or tracksuit jacket. White stripes on collar, cuffs, down right arm and hip band. JCCA logo on front, left chest. Brand Nell Grey. No size on label but looks small man’s.
Found in last 2 weeks of 2016. Blue, winter jacket, lined with grey fleece. Very good quality. Brand “Mountain Equipment Co-op”. Zip front, hood, and front, zip pockets. Size 8. Made in Canada.
February, 2017. Swimming lessons. Bluish coloured, beach towel showing picture of a giant palm tree, in black, and the word “sport” sprawled across it in white.
February, 2017. Red, school, polo shirt. Short sleeved. Size 8. Possibly lost at swimming lessons.
February 2017. Orange, plastic, sandwich box. Hinged lid. Square with a clip closure.
February, 2017. Clear, plastic, lunch or snack container with orange lid. Square with round corners.
February, 2017. Another school, library bag, found at the same time as the other one. This one has a name but it’s a former student. Name tag says Lucy Rodda. Who got Lucy’s second hand bag?
February, 2017. School library bag, no name, with a (an empty!) small pocket and plastic window for a name, on the front.
February, 2017. School, light, zip up jacket. Second hand. No label. Looks size 10 to 12. Has the name “Van Schouwen” crossed out on the white lining.
February, 2017 swimming lessons. A large, chequered, blue and white “towel”, more like a tablecloth, with a fringe of short tassels.
10th February, 2017. Sleeveless, fleece vest, sz 10. Name on label crossed out and not legible.
Late 4th term, 2016: Girl’s, black, pullover hoody with bright pink lining to hood, white logo on front chest and pink trim at wrists. Front pockets in central panel at waist / hips. Brand “Cold Gear”. MADE IN JORDAN. Size on label is described as “loose”. Looks about size 8.
Welcome to Cottesloe Primary School’s Lost & Found website. This website lists all unnamed items that are found in the school (and make their way to the Lost and Found office).
What if my child’s item was named?
If your child has lost an item and it has their name on it, it will probably be taken back to their classroom by the finder, or one of our helpful volunteers.
I didn’t name my child’s item but they have lost something!
Happens to the best of us. If it has been handed in, the Lost & Found volunteers will photograph it and put it on this website. If you see your child’s item here, just let us know in the comments section, and we will send it back to their classroom.
Where is the Lost and Found Office?
Tucked away in a corner of the Uniform Shop. It is located in the old Hearing Impaired Building (next to the staff car park). Volunteers are in there most mornings, but not for long. If you want to look through the items, either check this website, or contact us to arrange a time to meet you down there.
Who runs Lost & Found?
Rosemary Glass, a parent, EA and P&C volunteer, runs the Lost and Found office. She has a team of parent volunteers helping her. We are always on the lookout for new volunteers! Please contact us if you have thirty minutes to an hour a week to help out. You can contact Rosemary (Ry) on 0403 358 467 or email@example.com. Other parent volunteers are Nacera Chafai (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Larissa Wiese (email@example.com). Any questions about this website please direct to Larissa.