We provide students with the opportunity to develop every aspect of their character and aim to unlock their full potential with the breadth of our co-curricular programme.
Cobham Hall students are eager to take part in a wide range of activities. Stop by netball club and the student making the winning shot may very well be the same student making an impassioned speech as a delegate at a Model United Nations General Assembly.
Our clubs present students with a wonderful chance for learning and personal development; to try something new, potentially discovering unknown talents, and providing a springboard to compete at regional and national level. Many of our students rank highly in music as well as a variety of sports disciplines such as triathlon, equestrianism and cross-country. Students have competed at events such as the Horse of the Year Show, the Kent Cross-Country Championships and have also represented Team GB in triathlon. Where necessary, we work with external venues to further support students’ interests and talents.
Older students are encouraged to establish or run clubs to develop their leadership skills. Examples include our Art Scholars leading the Lower School Art Club, and Year 11 launching a Debating Club to support students in keeping abreast of topical issues.
Each of our clubs and activities serve a purpose – whether that’s to develop skills of communication, teamwork, negotiation, or resilience, or to simply have fun and relax during or after the school day.