Welcome to Richard Cobden Primary School


Camden Council is committed to addressing food poverty and is making a commitment to ensure that all Camden families with children aged 4 to 18 and in receipt of benefits will get the support they need for the October half-term (26 to 30 October).

We have today announced a package of support for families, which means vouchers for supermarkets will be made available to all families with school age children who live in Camden and are in receipt of benefits.

The Council’s benefits team is urgently working to issue the vouchers direct to families early next week. If families who meet the criteria have not been contacted and received a voucher by Wednesday, they can call Contact Camden on 020 7974 4444 (option 9). This is for residents of Camden only.

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“Pupils are very happy here. They told us that all the adults who work with them are kind and helpful. The nurturing spirit of the school helps pupils to excel in all aspects of school life.”
Ofsted October 2019

Our school is an inclusive and happy school where we all work hard to do our very best.   We have a strong focus on the well-being and achievement of every child so that their time in our school is rewarding, enjoyable and successful.

We are aspirational for our pupils.  In order to fulfill our vision and aims, we maintain a learning environment where high standards and creativity go hand in hand with excellent behaviour, respect, resilience and independence.

Our vision is to uphold high expectations and standards so as to:

  • provide every child with their right to a high quality education embedded in an inspiring and creative curriculum, enriched with opportunities to stretch their individual talents and interests
  • enable every child to use well developed oracy skills to think, learn, reason, explore, communicate, create and influence
  • develop every child’s ability to be a creative thinker and problem solve
  • help every child to develop independence and resilience to enable them to be responsible and accountable for their learning and behaviour
  • ensure every child is heard, understood and valued

In doing this we aim to ensure all pupils:

  • make learning a priority
  • develop aspiration and ambition
  • develop an enjoyment of learning
  • develop independence and self-discipline
  • work collaboratively and creatively
  • adhere to high expectations of behaviour
  • rise to challenges
  • have a determination to succeed
  • have a voice and use it purposefully
  • have, and live up to high expectations
  • adopt our culture of ‘no excuses’
  • make the most of the experiences provided in school
  • are successful and fulfilled
  • have self-respect and respect for others
  • commit to supporting each other to achieve

We know that the learning environment we create is crucial to children being able to meet our aims.  We commit to providing the care, support, guidance, resources and conditions that will enable all pupils to meet our aims, and in so doing, have a fulfilled school experience that prepares them well for the next phase of their lives and education.

To enable this we will provide:

  • High quality teaching provided by well trained staff
  • Inclusive education
  • Moral guidance and development of social skills
  • Experience and appreciation of different cultural and spiritual beliefs and practices
  • A safe environment where worries are listened to and pupils are helped to resolve them, and where pupils are taught how to keep themselves safe and be healthy
  • Strong pastoral care
  • Clear and consistent behaviour management
  • Equality in all provision
  • A happy school community
  • The best possible resources
  • A stimulating and engaging curriculum enriched with trips, workshops and community partnerships
  • Provision that develops children’s artistic, musical, technological and sporting skills in addition to high academic achievement
  • A clean, safe and stimulating school building
  • Motivational rewards for achievement, diligent effort and positive contribution to the life of the school and its aims
  • Close working partnerships with children, parents, governors and the wider community to achieve our aims for our pupils
  • Promotion of inquiry, curiosity, creativity, enthusiasm and challenge

We welcome all children, families and staff who aspire to our vision and who want to work with us to achieve this for our pupils.

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Phone: 0207 387 5909
Fax: 0207 380 1518
29 Camden Street
Richard Cobden Primary School