Cognita Family

Cognita schools provide a uniquely global education.

Quinton House School is part of Cognita, an extraordinary family of diverse yet connected schools that share one common purpose: to create an inspiring world of education that builds self-belief and empowers individuals to succeed. With 85+ schools in Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and Asia, Cognita employs some 10,000 teaching and support staff in the care and education of more than 58,000 students.

Together, Cognita schools provide a uniquely global education that goes beyond grades to develop all-round academic excellence – equipping young people with the confidence and resourcefulness that prepares them to grow, thrive and find their success in a fast-changing world.

Academic Excellence

Continuous improvement is at the heart of the Cognita Way.

Our Global Education Team comprises of leaders based in each of Cognita’s four global regions and together they utilise evidence – from within our group as well as external sources – to drive outstanding educational practice across all our schools.

Our global diversity fuels our innovation. A key benefit of being part of the global Cognita family is the opportunity to connect and collaborate with peers across the world.

For example, our partnership with University College London (UCL) sees teachers undertake research projects linked to personalising learning for students. This work has a high impact on student progress and agency.

“Cognita holds a truly unique position among school groups for the sheer diversity of its schools.”

Sir Kevan Collins – Cognita Board Member

Wellbeing

Wellbeing is the foundation of a Cognita Education.

Across our global schools family there is a culture of Wellbeing that truly lives and breathes. One area we’re pioneering is the use of data and analytics to facilitate more robust and specific Wellbeing interventions for our students. Complementing the strong emphasis on pastoral care in school, we’re developing our use of tools to track key indicators associated with children’s Wellbeing – proactively identifying issues students may face.

Meanwhile, Cognita’s annual Global Be Well Day each September sees Quinton House School join together with all other Cognita schools to collapse the curriculum for an entire day to focus solely on Wellbeing.

For families, Cognita regularly produces high-quality resources such as the Be Well Comments series on issues like sleep and screen time.

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