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Reddam House Berkshire

Reddam House Berkshire

Bearwood Road, Sindlesham, Wokingham, RG41 5BG, UK

+44 (0)118 974 8300



Reddam House Berkshire
School type Co-educational Day & Boarding
Founded 2015
Principal Mr Rick Cross
Co-ed Age Range 3 months-18 years
Number of pupils 650
Day fees per annum £12,000 - £19,248
Weekly Boarding fees per annum £27,981 - £32,244
Boarding fees per annum £29,526 - £33,789
Curriculum A Levels, UK, GCSE
Language of Instruction English
Associations SofH, AGBIS, ISC, BSA

Housed in a magnificent Victorian mansion, set in 125 acres of wood and parkland, Reddam House Berkshire is driven by a philosophy of equality and aspiration. As a co-educational, independent school, Reddam House Berkshire is world-renowned for its academic, cultural and sporting excellence.

The broad range of subjects creates a curriculum that accentuates independent inquiry. Students study up to 11 GCSEs with a free choice outside of the core subjects of Maths, English and Science. Students are also encouraged to take on the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ), highly regarded by universities as demonstrating students' preparedness for undergraduate study.

Every student at Reddam House is valued, and each individual's needs carefully considered. Small class sizes mean students have a high degree of personal attention and an abundance of one-to-one time with dedicated teachers. The strong academic and co-curricular programme is complemented with the three 'Rs' of pastoral care - relationships, respect, and responsibility.

Academics is just one area where students thrive; the extracurricular programme allows students to enjoy a wide variety of activities, including theatre, dance, drama and music, screen printing, photography and computing. Regular sports fixtures take place in rugby, hockey, football, cricket, netball, rounders, swimming, tennis, basketball, golf, cross country and judo.

The Boarding House offers a range of flexible boarding options, including full boarding, weekly boarding (from Sunday evening to Friday evening) and extended days, regular stays, and ad hoc stays.

The vast majority of students go on to higher education, with recent destinations including Cambridge, UCL and Manchester. Over 60% of boarding students receive offers from Russell Group universities - a testament to their continuous hard work and ability.