Cobham Free School
an independent, publicly-funded school
for children aged 4 to 18 years
bringing best practice from the private and state sector
As parents across Surrey hear this week whether they have been allocated their first choice of secondary school for their child, Cobham Free School in Cobham explains how free schools are offering more options for parents. You can read the release here...
On 13th October, 2014 Cobham Free School violinists joined the students from Yehudi Menuhin School to perform at Lancaster House for a 10 Downing Street reception. The Prime Minister and Secretary of State for Education were in attendance. Read all about this exciting event here...
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Year 7 Admissions: We have a couple of places available to join our new Year 7 cohort. We are accepting late applications.
OFSTED 2014: We are delighted our first Ofsted report has rated us 'good' in all areas - a tremendous achievement in such a short time since opening.
Cobham Free School is a new independent, publicly-funded, co-educational school which opened its primary phase in September 2012 and changed to all-through status (4-18 years) in September 2014. Our aim is to make available to everyone the best practice from the private sector, including:
At Cobham Free School we believe in offering excellent standards of tuition, delivered by a team of highly qualified, experienced staff. We believe that all pupils should have access to specialist teaching from the moment they arrive in Reception and we feel very privileged to have developed partnerships with Chelsea FC Foundation and The Yehudi Menuhin School to help us achieve this aim.
I am delighted and proud to be part of the Cobham Free School Team. It is a pleasure to be helping to create an environment where a new generation of children will be inspired to be creative, independent learners. It is also exciting to work with such a talented staff team, to offer our pupils a wide range of experiences, and to allow them to acquire the skills and knowledge to help them achieve their ambitions in life.