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  • Red brick mansion house of Pangbourne College Devitt House Pangbourne Berkshire steps down on the lawn area

    Pangbourne College, West Berks

    A co-ed secondary day/boarding school with naval traditions near Reading, Pangbourne College's emphasis is on 'joining in' and good manners. Tick and tick.

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    Reading Blue Coat, Sonning

    It's hard to find fault with this boys day school in Sonning. Inclusive and amazing results. Impressed.

  • The Abbey School, Reading

    Muddy says: Top girls’ day school, The Abbey School is producing well-rounded, street-savvy women.

  • Dark skies over The Oratory school redbrick mansion and cricket green

    The Oratory School, Woodcote

    Improving exam results and excellent pastoral care amongst 120 acres of verdant acreage puts The Oratory onto the Muddy radar. Read the review here.

  • Imposing red brick victorian former convent now one to St Joseph's College Reading

    St Joseph’s College, Reading

    Muddy says: St Joseph's College is an impressive co-ed day school for ages 3-18 in Reading, with deliciously low fees.

  • Long Close School Slough Berkshire Victorian mansion house

    Long Close School

    Muddy says: A highly-regarded co-ed day school in the Slough suburbs with fantastic SIS reports (excellent across the board) for 3-16 year olds. Fancy a nose around?

  • Eagle House School co-ed prep Berkshire Victorian Hunting Lodge

    Eagle House School

    Looking for a non-selective co-ed school with a strong all-rounder reputation? Well, whaddya know!

  • The Oraotory Prep School Goring Heath Catholic Tudor style main building South Oxfordshire Berkshire

    The Oratory Prep School

    On my hitlist for ages and finally I'm in to snoop! The Muddy verdict is in on this highly-regarded Catholic prep school on the Oxon/Berks border.

  • Queen's Anne's School one of the UK's oldest girls' school in Caversham Berkshire

    Queen Anne’s, Caversham

    Muddy says: A top girls' school with cracking facilities and a stunning 34 acres in a semi-urban location.

  • Reddam House, Wokingham

    Muddy says: Reddam House in Wokingham has a progressive curriculum, wow facilities and a clutch of brilliant results. Impressed.

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