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Cockernhoe Endowed C E Primary School
Cockernhoe Green, LU2 8PY, UK Luton
+44 (0)1582 732509

About our School

Village sign

Cockernhoe is a small village to the east of Luton but lies in the county of Hertfordshire.

Cockernhoe village and east Luton (top of picture)

Cockernhoe School (centre)

The school is pleasantly situated overlooking the village green.

View of the school from the village green

Our church - St Hugh's of Cockernhoe

The school was founded in 1881 to provide education "according to the principles and practices of the Church of England", and is a Voluntary Aided school
operating in partnership with the Local Education Authority.

As Cockernhoe is a village school, it caters for the children of all denominations from the age of
4 to 11. Although primarily for children of the village and surrounding hamlets, children from other areas are most welcome, providing there are places.

125th Anniversary

Cockernhoe School first opened its doors on October 31st 1881.

We celebrated our 125th Anniversary with a series of events, most of which took place
in the week beginning October 30th.


Class 1
Years R & 1
Mrs C Kavanagh B.Ed
Class 2
Years 1 & 2
Mrs M Rex B.Ed (Hons)
Class 3
Years 3 & 4
Miss R Cooper B.Ed
Class 4
Years 5 & 6
Mr R Harrold B.Ed (Hons)
Part -time staff
Mrs J Croxford
Mrs S Cleaver
Mrs A Smith
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School aims:

  • To provide the best possible education for each child within the context of a caring Christian community.
  • To develop skills and the will to use those skills that will enable the child to acquire knowledge, to question, interpret and respond to his/her discoveries.
  • To enable each child to develop self-confidence, a sense of personal worth and to reach their true potential.
  • To develop consideration for the needs of others and a sense of social responsibility.
  • To develop understanding of the Christian faith, based on the teaching of the Bible and of the Church of England, and an awareness of Christian values.
  • To develop personal and moral values and to foster respect for other cultures, religions and ways of life.
  • To appreciate human achievements in art, music, literature, science and technology from our own and other cultures.

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Editorial office:
tel. + 48 (094)