Cobham Free School

The Old Police Station
91-95 Portsmouth Road
KT11 1JJ
0330 330 0237
0330 330 1237
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Cobham Free School, Cobham is a state school for boys and girls aged from 4 to 18.

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Primary 2nd October 2014. Senior 25th September 2014.


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Cobham Free School is a state funded independent school in central Cobham, Surrey. Taking best practice from the state and private sector, the school has small class sizes (max.24), specialist teaching from Reception (including French), pioneering cloud-based ICT solution (all pupils have their own Chromebooks), independent school term dates and exciting partnerships with local centres of excellence... Read More

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