Cobham Hall School joins the Mill Hill School Foundation

Cobham Hall School in Kent will join the four existing schools of the Mill Hill School Foundation to form an enlarged educational charity. Cobham Hall employs over 100 staff and educates around 150 boarding and day pupils.

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2nd March 2021 — Under an agreement announced today, Cobham Hall School in Kent will join the four existing schools of the Mill Hill School Foundation to form an enlarged educational charity.

Cobham Hall employs over 100 staff and educates around 150 boarding and day pupils, using the Grade 1 Listed Tudor mansion house and extensive grounds that previously formed the ancestral home of the Earl of Darnley.

The Mill Hill School Foundation has over 1,600 boarding and day pupils at its schools in North-West London.

There are plans for the gradual growth of pupil numbers at Cobham Hall, and a programme of investment to preserve and enhance its facilities.

Elliot Lipton, Chair of Governors at Mill Hill commented: "This is a bringing together of like-minded schools that further strengthens the excellent education provided."

Martin Pennell, Chair of Governors at Cobham Hall added: "Cobham Hall is delighted to be joining forces with Mill Hill and is confident of a strong future ahead."

About Cobham Hall School

At Cobham Hall, we believe that education should extend beyond the classroom to personal development and global responsibility.  The Curriculum is interwoven with girls encouraged to apply learning from one subject to another, and challenged both inside and outside the classroom.  Through this integrated approach, Cobham Hall aspires to produce young women capable of more than just passing exams; young women who can step into the world with confidence in their abilities, ready to embrace opportunities, and embody Cobham Hall’s motto: ‘There is more in you than you think.’

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