St Andrew's School A GSG School
- St Andrew's School
- Head: Mr Jon Bartlett
- T 0118 974 4276
- F 01189 745049
- E firstname.lastname@example.org
- W www.standrewsp…ngbourne.co.uk
- A mainstream independent school for pupils aged from 2 to 13
- Boarding: Yes
- Local authority: West Berkshire
- Pupils: 286
- Religion: Christian
- Fees: Day £10,110 - £16,830 pa; Flexi boarding + £3,048 pa
- Open days: As published on the school website
- Review: View The Good Schools Guide Review
- ISI report: View the ISI report
What The Good Schools Guide says..
‘We’re quite sporty’ a pupil told us, modestly. In fact St Andrew’s, though small, is a big player. Hockey was described to us by one parent as ‘phenomenal.’ What did they like about their school? ‘We have two breaks every day and you can climb trees, it’s just amazing.’
What the school says...
St. Andrews School is a co-educational day and boarding prep school situated in over 50 acres of beautiful Berkshire countryside, only 3 miles from Pangbourne and about 10 miles from both Reading and Newbury.
St. Andrews offers small classes in a friendly, family environment. It is a non-selective school which has a superb track record of academic, musical, sporting and artistic achievement. ...Read more
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What The Good Schools Guide says
Since 2015, Mr Jonathan Bartlett (40s), previously head of Moor Park School in Shropshire for seven years. Read PE and history at Brunel University. The youngest of seven children he grew up on a pig farm but also ‘loved’ his time at a boys’ boarding school in Wiltshire, so much so that his first job after university was at Papplewick, one of the boysiest of boys’ boarding preps. Took off on a round the world trip which included setting up an online education company in America, where he also met his wife. All very entrepreneurial and exciting but he still missed Papplewick, eventually returning there and becoming deputy head.
When we met he was beaming with pride at pupils’ CE results (‘I can take very little credit for these’). Given...