Welcome to Our School
Where Every Individual Matters to Us
Set in a Picturesque Location
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 life now, as well as ensuring that they are equipped with the skills and experiences to be successful in their future lives.
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.
Year R – Isla Dumpleton and Indie Saunders
Year 1 – Freddie Martin
Year 2 – Lily Hudson
Year 3 – Isaac Minhas
Year 4 – The Whole Class!
Year 5 – Ben Chalmers
What an amazing 2017 we have had. I cannot thank you enough for the support that you have given the children and to us as a school during the year!Read More
What they say...
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’.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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 child has already made during their short time at Cobham.
- Parent Survey
Just a quick note to say thanks for organising Steve Cunningham to attend the school. My daughter couldn't believe what he'd achieved despite his disabilities. If you planned to motivate and inspire you certainly achieved that through that visit - so thanks!
- Mrs Helsdon Barry
I just wanted to say thank you for the wonderful multi-sports camp at Cobham, it was fantastically organised and my children had an amazing time.
- Mrs Emma Foulds