Inspiring a life-long commitment to learning.

Headteacher’s Welcome

Our school motto is: ‘Inspire, Aspire, Achieve’

On behalf of the children, staff and Governors, I would like to personally welcome you to Cogenhoe Primary School. I feel privileged to be leading a fantastic team of staff who are aspirational, caring and committed.

They work tirelessly to strive to provide engaging and innovative learning opportunities where pupils are excited and challenged, which maximises pupils’ full potential to learn and achieve. The staff and Governors work collaboratively to provide a rich and welcoming learning environment, where pupils feel safe and thrive both academically and socially and foster a love of life-long learning.

Our school is very much part of the local village community, and the strong ethos and core values ensure that every child is nurtured and welcomed. Partnerships are important at Cogenhoe Primary School, because we believe that by working collaboratively the potential of every child can be heightened.

We hope that you find our website clear, informative and easy to navigate. It is designed to give you a ‘flavour’ of the creative and vibrant life of our school, the excellent work of our pupils and the inspirational education we strive to achieve.

In addition to viewing our website, we warmly invite you to visit the school to find out more by contacting the school office.

kind regards,

Mrs Charley Oldham



Cogenhoe News


Frank Bruno Foundation

19th May 2021

The Frank Bruno Foundation in Northampton is a registered charity and is Frank’s way of giving something back to the community. As a school, we feel privileged to be able to be a part of this fantastic place which is…


Happiness as The Happy ‘Hood begin their collaboration.

7th December 2020

A truly wonderful day interviewing for our Editorial Team for our first publication. Laura from The Happy ‘Hood was part of a panel, which included Mrs Oldham, Mrs Reeve and Lee Winston, who interviewed for our new team. The children…


Odd Sock Day

23rd November 2020

This year’s Odd Sock Day was a huge success. It marked the beginning of Anti-Bullying Week, with this year’s theme being: United. The children have learnt the importance of sticking together and forming strong friendships, which can help to develop…