General Questions About Our School

We recommend applying at least one year prior to the desired date of entry to secure admission. Applications to join Reddam House Berkshire are accepted throughout the year and entry will be granted depending on assessment outcomes and availability. If you live outside of the UK, please contact us to make arrangements to organise a remote assessment.

For more information regarding student applications, please visit our Admissions Process page

Yes, we usually have a waiting list for some age groups, which is why we recommend that parents apply well in advance. Please contact us for up-to-date information.

Most siblings of current students join us at Reddam House Berkshire. Even though they have priority over other prospective pupils, admission is not automatic, and there may be occasions where the school judges that a sibling is likely to thrive better in a different academic environment. Please contact our admissions team to learn more about our sibling's policy.

At Reddam House Berkshire we offer an exceptional boarding experience for students from 11 to 18 years old (Middle and Senior Schools from Year 7 upwards).

At Reddam House, our admissions process is designed to identify students who can benefit from our balanced and well-rounded education and who will make a positive contribution towards school life. Prospective student selection is based upon academic merit, which from Year 4 is assessed through an entry examination. Aligned with your child’s assessment results, we will then be seeking to identify those children to whom we can offer a good fit academically, socially and pastorally. Rest assured that the entire process is supported by our friendly admissions team, who will be happy to assist you with any questions or concerns.

We have classes of up to 20 students. Our small class sizes allow for a greater degree of personal attention and student success.

Our school day begins at 8:30 am and ends at 4:00 pm. Pupils must arrive for registration by 8:30 am. Lessons start at 9:00 am and each lesson lasts for 55 minutes. Activities start in the second week of term and run on Monday to Friday during Term Times, from 4:15 pm to around 5:15 pm.

Our Early Learning School and Junior School offer extended days from 8:00 am-6:00 pm. Middle and Senior School students have extended day options with our boarding community, including early breakfast (7:30-8:00 am), supper (6:00-6:30 pm) and supper & study (6:00-8:30 pm).

Yes, pupils from Stage 4 to Year 11 are proud to wear the Reddam House uniform as it creates a sense of belonging to our school community. Our Sixth Form students dress in a manner suited to the working environment. For more information about our uniform policy, please visit our School Uniforms page.

Yes, the Reddam House Parents & Friends Association (PFA) gives parents the opportunity to get involved with our school. Their mission is to enrich the experience of all children at Reddam House, bringing together parents, teachers and children to raise funds and strengthen our sense of community.

Yes, we offer an extensive enrichment programme spanning arts, sports and personal development, including activities such as Scuba Diving, Table Tennis, Basketball, Tennis, Golf, Animation, Movie Making, Art and Media, Bread Making, Chess, Cross Country Running, Dance, Debating, Fencing, Gun Club, Journalism and News, Medical Society, Mountain Biking, Music, Theatre and Drama. For more information about our extracurricular and co-curricular clubs and activities, please visit our co-curricular page here. 

Yes, we have a super-curricular programme co-ordinated by a member of our academic staff. It includes visits and links to academic institutions. Opportunities are shared with students and parents.

We run our own Summer Camps Programme during the summer holidays. Reddam House Summer Camps are open to students from all Inspired Education schools and other institutions worldwide and are filled with excitement, activities and challenges. Located in our stunning 125-acre private campus, children from around the world come together for a summer of unforgettable experiences including STEM, archery, bushcraft, dance and drama activities. Visit our Summer Camps page for more information.

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