Address: Pangbourne, Reading, Berkshire, RG8 8LA
Number of Pupils: 410
Fees: Juniors from £5,493- £7,736, Seniors from £7,741- £10,949
Head Teacher: Mr Thomas Garnier
Religious Affiliation: Church of England: All faiths welcome.
Entrance Procedure: Points of entry into the College 11+, 13+ and 16+. Entrance examinations, either internal or external.
Contact: Mrs Margaret Smith, Registrar, 0118 976 7415
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Guided tours by sixth form students and meetings with the headmaster are available by request through the Registrar.
In Forms 1, 2 and 3 Pangbourne offers a broad curriculum that reflects the national curriculum. Forms 4 and 5 study GCSE subjects and the sixth form take A-level subjects.
Games & The Arts
Pangbourne offers rugby, hockey, rowing, riding, cricket, tennis, netball, athletics, basketball, football, golf, sailing, shooting and swimming. We have a new music department, an award-winning art department and stage termly drama productions.
We are extremely proud of our highly effective and integrated pastoral care which provides the foundation on which this special community is built. Every pupil belongs to a Division (House) and is looked after by a housemaster/housemistress, house tutor and matron. Pupils are assigned an academic tutor who oversees their emotional well-being and development.
Typically, around half of students go on to Russell Group universities and a handful to Oxbridge.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
We are a school where the individual matters, first and foremost, this is a ‘people place’. A huge emphasis is placed on academic success, but just as important is the development of the pupils’ characters.
–Set in 230 acre grounds designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
–All seven boarding houses are newly built or refurbished.
–Our flag values of kindness, selflessness, moral courage, initiative, industry, resilience and integrity reflect our Christian ethos and underpin all we do.
–Very competitive level of sports excellence, in rugby, hockey
and rowing, regularly producing county and GB players/oarsman and progressing in local and national tournaments and regattas.
–Over half of the pupils are involved with the CCF and work towards the D of E gold award.
–The college’s equestrian centre and rowing club compete at the highest standard and regularly enjoy national and international success.
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