Pangbourne College is an independent, co-educational boarding and day school for pupils aged 11-18 in West Berkshire. As a small school of 450 pupils, we are a community where you can flourish. Providing a challenging academic curriculum, we also offer plenty of co-curricular opportunities for sport, art, music, drama and adventurous training, so that each individual fulfils their potential and develops confidence, values and skills to make a positive difference to the world.
Mr Thomas Garnier (Headmaster)
Religious affiliation: Christian
Day/boarding type: Day, Weekly/Flexible Boarding and Full Boarding
Gender profile: Coeducational
Pangbourne College fees:
Boarding fees per term:
£7,910 to £12,680
Day fees per term:
£6,300 to £8,540
Scholarships & bursaries:
ISC reference number:
DfE reference number:
869 / 6005
Boys - age range & pupil numbers:
Day: 11 to 19 (172)
Boarding: 11 to 19 (114)
Sixth form: (77)
Girls - age range & pupil numbers:
Day: 11 to 19 (100)
Boarding: 11 to 19 (71)
Sixth form: (51)
Learning Support (LS) is a resource which can be drawn upon by anyone requiring support – long term, short term or occasional. Our support is not confined simply to those diagnosed with a specific learning need.
We can help with:
- Spelling, reading and writing difficulties
- Study skills, revision and exam technique
- Organisational difficulties
- Concentration and self-esteem issues
- Essay writing
- Learning to learn
The Learning Support Department is comprised of fully qualified teachers who are led by Susan Cohen, the Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO). The teachers are specialists in the teaching of pupils with specific learning needs. Support is available for:
All subject teachers and Housemasters/mistresses are made aware of a pupil’s individual needs. There is close liaison to ensure that pupils’ needs are addressed and met sympathetically and discreetly.
English as an Additional Language
The English as an Additional Language (EAL) Department helps to fully integrate all pupils whose first language is not English into the academic, sporting, artistic and social aspects of school life by helping them to develop their English language skills. Pupils are encouraged to contribute to the school community and to be proud of their own culture.
English language skills are developed in the four areas of reading, writing, listening, speaking, and by expanding vocabulary, grammar and cultural awareness. Particular emphasis is placed on communicative skills. In addition, support may be given for other academic areas as the need arises.
Ensuring equality of access to the curriculum includes appropriate exam concessions. Pupils whose first language is not English are entitled to use a bi- lingual paper dictionary in public examinations and those who have been in the country for less than two years are also entitled to up to 25% additional time.
Scholarships & Bursaries offered
- Academic scholarships
- Art scholarships
- Design scholarships
- Drama scholarships
- Music scholarships
- Sport scholarships
- Sixth Form scholarships
- Bursaries for new entrants
- Hardship awards for existing pupils
- Lump sum payment discounts
Disclaimer: Data is provided by the school, ISC is not responsible for inaccuracies