Reddam House Berkshire
Bearwood Road, Sindlesham, Wokingham, RG41 5BG, Berkshire
0118 467 8731
Co-educational Day & Boarding
|Head of School||Mr Rick Cross|
|Co-ed Age Range||3 months-18 years|
|Number of pupils||650|
|Day fees per annum||£11,490 - £18,330|
|Weekly Boarding fees per annum||£27,981 - £32,244|
|Boarding fees per annum||£29,526 - £33,789|
This truly majestic school, in a beautiful parkland setting, is conveniently located near Wokingham in the English county of Berkshire, a vibrant hub with easy access to the M3, M4, Heathrow and London. A strong Reddam House culture is prevalent in which students are acknowledged and nurtured as individuals. Reddam House Berkshire offers a world renowned education within an inspirational setting, giving every student the best possible educational foundation.
Reddam House Berkshire is led by an experienced and dynamic team. The through school structure constitutes an Early Learning School, Junior School, Middle School, Senior School and Sixth Form. This allows each year group to receive guidance from dedicated teachers and facilitates an easy transition.
"Students show excellent personal development. As they progress through the school they build confidence, develop independence and have a mature attitude to responsibility" - ISI Inspection Report
The holistic curriculum integrates innovative academic, arts and sports programmes to enable the exploration of a range of interests. Students are encouraged to develop new competencies in preparation for an increasingly challenging future that may require resilience and numerous skills.
To complement the curriculum, Reddam House offers an extensive programme of expressive and performing arts subjects, supported by a unique collaboration 'Inspired by Berklee'. Visiting artists provide engaging workshops and share their passion for innovative education.
Further enrichment is offered outside of the curriculum through an extensive array of sporting, academic, performing and visual art clubs. Reddam House is also the proud home to their own unit of the Combined Cadet Force (CCF), where students are introduced to activities such as leadership training, first aid, map reading, expedition training and survival skills.
The school offers full-time, weekly and flexible boarding for students between the age of 10 and 18. The dedicated boarding staff create a supportive environment that allows students to develop confidence and independence. A wide variety of extra-curricular activities are arranged for students, including sport, the arts and entertainment.
Academics and exam results
The secondary schools' curriculum is dynamic and flexible. It provides a rigorous academic, creative, and sporting education that aims to challenge and engage, offering students a secure foundation for continuing into Higher Education or a chosen career path.
Consistently improving exam results support this approach to learning, and the graduating cohort of 2020 achieved the best GSCE and A level results in the school's history.GCSE results: A
Academic support and encouragement at every stage ensures that students perform to their strengths and achieve the best results possible.
Why choose RHB?