Welcome to Our School

Where Every Individual Matters to Us

Where Children Love to Learn & Play

Cobham Primary School offers a warm welcome to our website.

Our motto Caring Proud Successful underpins our entire ethos. Our outstanding school is at the heart of its community and we believe that happy children learn best in a safe & caring environment. We strive to make learning fun and our school is a place where children love to learn and take pride in their achievements, both academically and socially.

We are preparing our children for the rest of their lives; to seek challenges and make excellent academic, personal and social progress.


We instill in our children the importance of caring for others, caring for the school community and the world beyond our local community. We teach the children to take care of themselves, both physically and mentally and we aim to help them develop a positive growth mindset in all they that do.


We are proud of who we are and of each other. We celebrate each others' talents and successes every day. We love coming to school and learning to be the best that we can be.


Every child, class and teacher works incredibly hard to ensure that each and every year is a successful one and that we continue to learn through our seven years at Cobham.

Cobham children draw a moment of village history

Watch our Times Tables Songs

Watch our Reading Theatre


Welcome Back to Term 6!

5th June, 2023

Well here we are – the last term of the year. In many ways our favourite term, but equally the most exhausting one!
There is much to do! Here are the dates for the events that are coming up!

Term 5 Maths Newsletter Out Now

24th May, 2023

Please click here for Term 5’s maths newsletter attached. I hope you enjoy the family challenges and reading two inspiring examples of maths in the workplace. Thank you to the parents who contributed to this. 

Cobham children run the London Mini Marathon

24th April, 2023

On Saturday over 80 of our children ran in London’s Mini Marathon along the final stages of the main event’s famous route.

Some great resources for you!

19th April, 2023

We are delighted to announce that Cobham Primary School have shown our commitment to protecting our pupils online by working with National Online Safety- providing resources for all parents and carers. 

Welcome Back to the Summer Terms!

18th April, 2023

Hope everyone had a fantastic Easter and managed to chill for some of the break. We are now ready for the summer terms and all that they bring!

End of term – Happy Easter!

30th March, 2023

Where has this term gone? Madness! But what a great term it has been. 

The children have worked hard. My team have worked hard. I have worked hard! We will deserve a break when it comes!

Term 4 Maths Newsletter Out Now

29th March, 2023

Please click here for Term 4’s maths newsletter. I hope you enjoy the family challenges and looking at the maths that has been happening in school and at home. 

Mr B’s Online Safety Newsletter No.2

26th February, 2023

This is the second termly newsletter that I hope will you keep informed about the ever-changing technology and online safety concerns that your child might encounter.
This newsletter will signpost you to helpful websites and guides, to keep you informed and support your children to stay safe online.

Cobham through to semi-finals!

22nd February, 2023

Our football team continued an unbeaten streak on Tuesday with 5-1 win against Culverstone Green Primary School in the O’Reilly Shield. They now meet Copperfield Academy on Monday 27 February.

Term 3 Maths Newsletter Out Now!

10th February, 2023

Please click here for this term’s maths newsletter attached. I hope you enjoy the family challenges and looking at the array of pictures that illustrate the amazing maths that has been happening in school and at home. 

Weather Planning and Protocols

15th January, 2023

Every winter brings the possibility of snow and ice and the end of last term clearly was the beginning! Extreme bad weather can cause widespread and prolonged disruption.

Welcome Back to 2023!

2nd January, 2023

I truly hope that all my amazing families had the very best Christmas. I hope it was full of laughter and joy. I am certain that the children cannot wait to be back in school on Wednesday! They love telling us about their Christmas break more than any other.

Mr B’s Online Safety Newsletter No.1

8th December, 2022

This is the first of a termly newsletter that I hope will you keep informed about the ever-changing technology and online safety concerns that your child might encounter.

Term 2 Maths Newsletter Out Now!

23rd November, 2022

Please click here for this term’s maths newsletter. I hope you enjoy looking at all the ‘maths at home’ photographs as there are truly amazing examples.

Thank you

4th November, 2022

Thank you for your very generous gift to Gravesham Foodbank, it has been received with love and we are sure it shall go a long way in supporting those in need particularly in these uncertain times. 


What they say...

Can I also take this opportunity to say that and your staff are doing a wonderful job. Cobham primary school has a great reputation and it is definitely holding up to it. J is only in reception but she gets so much work to keep her busy. She is learning so much even though she is at home. The fact that the school teachers are doing zoom sessions is great. And for a headteacher to be doing zoom sessions is even great. A lot of my friends and family members with kids in primary school are getting nothing to this level. Honestly hats off to you guys, you are all amazing people and doing a great job for your kids.  

Year R Parent , 2021

The outstanding quality of teaching and learning in the Reception class means that Cobham children get off to an excellent start. This is built on so that, in each key stage, pupils make very good progress and become excellent readers, writers and mathematicians.

Ofsted Report

Cobham is a close knit school whereby the pupils are encouraged to look after each other. It has a family environment that benefits the youngest and encourages thoughtfulness and responsibility in the oldest children.

Parent Survey 

Pupils’ behaviour and safety are outstanding. Excellent personal, spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is at the heart of the school’s success and underpins all of the school’s strengths.

Ofsted Report

Cobham has many strengths; a strong ethos to learning, a real feel of each child being important from Mrs S, love the way she treats the children. A strong communication with home, PTA, Governors, excellent ICT and variety of events to enrich learning.

Parent Survey

The amazing extra curricular activities that the children receive. I believe that every child is treated as an individual and they are given the best learning experience possible.

Parent Survey

Headteacher is very involved with the children. Very impressive to see her on the gate in the mornings and even doing crossing patrol duties. All staff seem friendly and caring. The school is neat and tidy and well cared for. Excellent communication via email and apps.

Parent Survey

I feel the school as a whole is very caring and nurturing. Each child is seen as an individual and I feel it is important to all staff that each child is happy and settled.

Parent Survey

The drive, enthusiasm and vision of the head teacher has transformed the school from a good, high-achieving school into an outstanding one. As a result, leaders, staff, pupils, parents and carers are rightly proud of the school and fully committed to its motto of, ‘Caring, Proud, Successful’.                                     

Ofsted Report

You get a sense that everyone at Cobham truly cares about the children. There is a family atmosphere and the children feel confident and safe. We couldn’t be happier with the progress our child has already made during their short time at Cobham.

 Parent Survey

The strong emphasis on developing a wide range of interests and talents means that pupils also achieve very well in other subjects such as science, music, physical education, humanities and the arts. Overall, therefore, pupils’ achievement is outstanding.

Ofsted Report

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