ACS Cobham student returns from Orbis sight saving trip
Five ACS International School students, including Simon Ogundare from ACS Cobham, recently returned from a two-week internship with sight saving charity, Orbis, in Chennai, India.
Lottie Doll sparks stem interest at ACS Cobham
In support of ‘Tomorrow’s Engineers Week’ (5 – 9 November 2018), lower and high school students and teachers at ACS Cobham International School have recently been taking part in ‘Women’s Engineering Society takes Lottie on an Engineering Tour’.
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 celebrate success at regional swimming gala
ACS Cobham International School recently reigned victorious at the South West Regional Swimming Gala, qualifying the team for the national championships at the London Aquatics Centre.
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,
ACS Cobham students perform play reflecting on historical events
Talented High School students from ACS Cobham International School staged ‘I Love XXX’ to impressed family, friends and the school community on Monday, 3 December. The 14 –18-year-old performers took on the play by Meng Jinghui, originally written in Chinese before being translated to E