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Reddam House Berkshire

Reddam House Berkshire

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

+44 (0)118 974 8300


registrar@reddamhouse.org.uk

www.reddamhouse.org.uk

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
Associations SofH, AGBIS, ISC, BSA

Reddam House Berkshire is a co-educational, independent school that aspires to excellence in education for children from three months to 18 years old. This truly majestic school set in 125 acres of stunning woods and parkland is conveniently located near Wokingham in the English countryside of Berkshire, a vibrant hub with easy access to the M3, M4, Heathrow and London.

Reddam House Berkshire is renowned for its academic, cultural, and sporting excellence. It has a strong, recognisable culture that acknowledges a community of students who are nurtured as individuals, with their distinct attributes, traits and strengths celebrated.

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. All students are encouraged to take on the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ), highly regarded by universities as demonstrating students' preparedness for undergraduate study.

Exam Results

Exam results in 2021 were outstanding with 62% of A level grades awarded being A*/A, and 63% of GCSE results being 9-7. The vast majority of students go on to higher education, with recent destinations including Cambridge, UCL and Manchester.

Boarding

Reddam House offers a range of flexible boarding options for students from the age of 8, including full and weekly boarding, extended days, and ad-hoc stays. Students who board at Reddam House can expect to be part of an inclusive, respectful, and international community where independence and self-confidence are developed and celebrated.

Beyond the Classroom

Academics is just one area in which students thrive, the extensive extracurricular activities programme provides plenty of opportunities for students to explore and develop their interests. Activities include performing and visual arts, music, photography, and computing. Regular sports fixtures include rugby, hockey, football, cricket, netball, swimming, tennis, basketball, golf, cross country, and judo.