News & Events
March 17th 2017
Our annual Inter-House Netball Tournament was a huge success this week, with excellent participation from each of the four Houses – and a new incentive from our new Student Leadership Team!
March 14th 2017
Netball Club has been an exciting place this term. One of our most popular clubs, it is always well attended, but with the recent activity, it’s certainly gaining momentum.
March 13th 2017
Last year, we were thrilled for our Deputy Headmistress’s PA, Mrs Kerry Theobald, when she received a Kent Women in Business Award. We’re even more excited for her this year for winning the accolade for a second time!
March 10th 2017
League Tables were published with the new ‘Progress 8’ measure earlier this year. This new measure is intended to demonstrate pupil progress over a range of subject areas, and rankings were dramatically changed as a result.
March 9th 2017
One of our most popular events in the school calendar is the annual Prep and Junior School Netball Tournament, and this year, it was no different!
March 8th 2017
While some girls headed to Barbados over half-term for a Netball Tour, for one Year 7 pupil the half-term break meant one thing: the National Schools’ Individual Show-Jumping Competition.
March 7th 2017
Hogwarts had nothing on Cobham Hall on World Book Day! The School became, literally, Wonderland – complete with Alice and the Queen of Hearts.
March 6th 2017
Over the past couple of years, I have been involved with a group of people, mostly university academics and secondary school Heads, who have met and talked and also written on various aspects of education. We have even lobbied government, a sort of “think tank” for want of a better name. It is something I intend to stay involved with in the future.
March 3rd 2017
This term, we welcomed Year 12 History students from Tonbridge and Rochester Grammar Schools for a conference with guest lecturer, Dr Mark Hurst from the University of Kent.
March 2nd 2017
To celebrate World Book Day, we asked our Librarian, Mrs Jakso, to blog about why she felt reading was so important.