At Cobham Hall, we are dedicated to building opportunities for students so that they can achieve their best academic performances, ensuring that every student is known well as an individual and that their unique personality, talents and interests are nurtured and developed to the full. A Cobham Hall education is about developing the whole child and providing opportunities for students to flourish within and beyond the classroom; to become a successful learner and well-rounded individual who is excited to make the next steps in their learning journey. Staff here work tirelessly to build strong and effective relationships between home and School based on mutual respect and trust. It is my aim to ensure that everyone at Cobham feels part of a successful team, knowing that they are valued and inspired to fulfil their potential and take their place in society as individuals who can make a real difference.
We aspire to offer a caring environment and an inclusive spirit and encourage students to challenge themselves. We believe that by taking part in everything Cobham Hall has to offer, our students discover more about themselves. In turn, they excel academically and leave us fully prepared for the path they have chosen. Education should be about preparing students for life beyond school. At Cobham Hall, students acquire the knowledge they need to pass examinations, but also learn the skills needed to apply, assess, evaluate, use, re-evaluate, and develop that knowledge as they journey through life, enabling them to thrive after school and beyond in a world constantly changing and enveloped in an environment of ‘alternative facts’ and ‘fake news’. We believe that the combination of our core values – Trust, Honesty, Respect, Kindness and Tolerance – and the below elements of Cobham Hall result in each student discovering there is more in her than she thinks.
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Please take time to view our video to get a glimpse into Cobham Hall.
At one of our tours, from the moment you walk in and receive a warm welcome, you and your child will discover there is a reassuring feeling about our old family home. It will help you feel at ease as you ask our staff and students all the questions you need to know the answers to, from the academic to the lunches, from the teaching and pastoral care to the happiness of our students, and from your tour guide’s favourite subject to their opinion on the School. Our community will happily answer any and all of your questions, and our confident and friendly students, from Year 8 to 13, will be on hand to give you a tour.
At Cobham Hall our aim is to provide an excellent education which prepares our students for success in life and the world of work. In order for us to do this, we need to ensure our students are engaged in their learning and develop curiosity about their subjects and how they relate to the world around us. It is our belief that in order to successfully prepare students for the world beyond our school gates, we must encourage their personal development beyond academia.
We provide our students with the opportunity to develop every aspect of their character and aim to unlock their full potential with the breadth of our co-curricular programme. Cobham Hall students are eager to take part in a wide range of activities. Stop by netball club and the student making the winning shot may very well be the same student making an impassioned speech as a delegate at a Model United Nations General Assembly.
Our lively boarding community lies at the heart of Cobham Hall. British and international students from around the world can live, work and socialise together, sharing all aspects of school and Boarding House life. The rich cultural diversity that our students from over 30 different countries bring to our community is a cause for celebration. Young people leave Cobham Hall confident in their ability to communicate readily and easily with those from different cultures and backgrounds and to take their place in an interconnected, globalised world
Fees are subject to annual review.
Years 7, 8 and 9 – £7,600
Years 10 and 11 – £8,300
Sixth Form – £8,300
Years 7, 8 and 9 – £12,900
Years 10 and 11 – £13,200
Sixth Form – £13,900
If you would like to book onto our next open day please contact our Admissions team.
We look forward to welcoming you at Cobham Hall.