The Parent-School Organisation
The PSO (Parent-School Organisation) at ACS Cobham would like to extend a warm welcome to all prospective families.
As parents of an ACS Cobham student, you are automatically a member of the PSO. The main objectives of the PSO are to support and enrich our children's learning experience, to help facilitate communication among parents, staff and students, and to enhance the sense of community, which is so special here at ACS Cobham.
The PSO is headed by the PSO Board, whose 28 members continually work to achieve these aims by, among others, organising and facilitating numerous activities, events, and projects throughout the school year.
For new families who come in during the summer, the PSO Welcome Team hosts 'welcoming picnics' on campus for newcomers for them to start making friends, and to help with the questions that inevitably come with moving to a new place. The Welcome Team also organises Welcome Coffees twice a year, and runs a 'buddy family' programme, which offers to match new families with returning families who live in the same area or have similar-aged children.
Visit our website at: www.psocobham.org.uk
The PSO Country Rep Group
The Welcome Team works closely together with the PSO Country Rep Group (CRG), which consists of one or more parent representatives from most of the countries represented on campus. The CRG reps aim to welcome each new family in their own native language, and help them settle in their new environment and culture.
Throughout the school year, the PSO sponsors several Parent Information Meetings (PIMs) led by the administrators and organises many other school-wide events, such as the Ice Cream Social, Halloween "Trunk-or-Treat," Career Day, Staff Appreciations, and Party for the Planet.
Equally important, the PSO creates and supports various culturally-themed events throughout the year, such as the International Fair. We are so lucky to have children representing more than 70 nationalities at ACS Cobham, and students, parents, and staff fully enjoy celebrating our wonderful international community and learning about each other's cultures.
By getting involved, you can enjoy the fact that you are supporting our children's learning experience and will undoubtedly be richly rewarded with the children's happy faces, beginning to feel at home, learning more about what's going on in our community and sharing laughs with your new friends from all over the world.
Native Language Enrichment (NLE) Programme
The Native Language Enrichment Programme at ACS Cobham is dedicated to helping organize language classes for native speakers.
Vision & Values
A dynamic learning community. Our character is built on integrity, open-mindedness, and empathy.
ACS Cobham News
Generation Greta: education & the global climate crisis
A student could do 10,000 hours of contact time in the classroom, and only hear about environmental issues or discuss the effects of climate change in ten of them.
Ready for a bright new future in world's top universities
ACS Cobham students accept places at Cambridge and leading global universities following outstanding academic success in the International Baccalaureate
New Head of School ready to lead
Barnaby Sandow takes on a new role as Head of School at ACS International School Cobham ACS International School Cobham has appointed Barnaby Sandow as Head of School from the start of the academic year 2019.
Get ready for a new world of education
International School Cobham announces new bursaries for local students Call for applications for 2020/21 academic year
Graduation celebrations were a huge success at ACS Cobham for the class of 2019 Students in the class of 2019 at ACS Cobham International School celebrated the end of their final year and completion of their academic endeavours at a graduation ceremony on Friday 31 May.
ACS’s Mary Poppins Show is practically perfect in every way
ACS Cobham International School‘s production of the musical Mary Poppins Jr. last week astonished the audience with the brilliance of the performance from so many youngsters.
ACS Cobham students promise to 'stand up and speak out' at jazz day
As part of a day to celebrate jazz music, students aged ten to fourteen at ACS Cobham International School joined together to share the school’s anti-bullying message at a whole-school concert. Composer and educator, Katie Teag
ACS Cobham students showcase passion projects at school exhibition
Students aged thirteen to fourteen from ACS Cobham International School recently showcased their work, created for a six-week individual project, ‘iTime’, to parents, staff and fellow students at the school. The iTime projects are designed for students in grade eight to celebrate all th
Deadline approaching for ACS International Schools bursary applications
ACS International Schools is offering bursaries to children aged 11+, 13+ and 16+ at its three UK campuses in Cobham, Egham and Hillingdon for the 2019/2020 academic year. Entries must be submitted by Thursday 13 December via the schools’ website,