Discover There’s More at Cobham Hall

PUBLISHED: 15:25 15 April 2020

Cobham Hall

Cobham Hall


Dive into an education at Cobham Hall, where we aim for each girl to discover there’s more in her than she thought

Dive into an education at Cobham Hall, where we aim for each girl to discover there’s more in her than she thought.

Brilliance lies within each of our girls. We can help each girl discover this. We provide the academic knowledge for them to flourish and inspire each girl to discover her future path. We will encourage your daughter to develop the confidence to pursue her goals.

At the heart of Cobham Hall lie our core values: Trust, Respect, Honesty, Kindness and Tolerance. These provide the foundation for our Personal Discovery Framework, which encourages our girls to explore and discover their talents, attributes and strengths. This personal growth, development and resulting success is reflected by the School’s aims: ‘Preparation for Life after School’, ‘All-Round Individual Pupil Potential’, and ‘Physical, Emotional and Mental Wellbeing’.

There’s More at Cobham Hall

There’s more to education: Cobham Hall provides an outstanding education that develops vital key skills: resilience, communication, determination, teamwork. It encourages curiosity and wonder. It enables today’s students to step into tomorrow’s world ready to embrace and adapt to new challenges.

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There’s more to our Sixth Form: Complementing Cobham Hall’s broad A Level subject options are courses that encourage all-round development. Sport, Tutorial and Global Critical Thinking provide balance, promote good physical and mental health, and encourage awareness and discussion of the world and their place in it. The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award or Service activities allow girls to step out of their comfort zone, try new things, and support their community. With the Extended Project Qualification, girls can immerse themselves in a subject they are passionate about in a way that suits her abilities and also develops research and analytical skills.

There’s more opportunity to be an individual: Cobham Hall’s small class sizes mean that each girl gets the support she needs academically, and the care she needs pastorally. Each girl has support, from Big Sisters through to caring pastoral staff. Looking after students’ emotional and physical wellbeing forms the essence of our pastoral care practices. Wellbeing is central to School life, with timetabled lessons as well as a dedicated Wellbeing Centre. As a small School where everyone knows everyone, we have a natural advantage in providing excellent, individual care for all our girls. As Sixth Form pupil Maisy explains, “Each Department is extremely supportive to all students, and I believe no student would go unseen if struggling, due to the small class sizes and passionate teachers.”

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There’s more opportunity to explore: Girls are encouraged to explore the world around them, either through activities such as Model United Nations, or on national and international trips. As a Round Square school, girls attend conferences both in the UK and globally.

There’s more green space: Surrounded by our 150 acre site, girls have the space to reflect amongst the bluebells and daffodils, to collect data for science lessons, to be inspired for Art lessons, to boost stamina and fitness in PE, or simply to run around and enjoy being a child.

There’s more to being a Cobham Hall girl: Our extensive co-curricular programme means girls can explore their interests and talents or discover new ones. Cobham Hall girls are leaders, with leadership roles available across the School, from Year 7 Tutor Group Representatives to the Sixth Form Student Leadership Team. Cobham Hall girls become inquisitive, inspiring young women ready for life after school.

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About Cobham Hall

Cobham Hall is a Round Square Boarding and Day school for girls aged 11-18 situated near Rochester, Kent and on the doorstep of London. Offering a range of flexi-Boarding options as well as full boarding and day girl places, Cobham Hall provides flexibility for family life.

Our next Open Morning is on Saturday 13th June.

Discover there’s more at Cobham Hall.

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