Luckley House School is a thriving Coeducational Independent School, located in Wokingham, Berkshire, offering day and flexible boarding provision for pupils aged 11 to 18 years. The school is set in attractive grounds with excellent facilities, and at just 40 miles from London, is the perfect location for boarders.
Our uniqueness lies in the combination of our size, Christian ethos and flexibility to meet the needs of individual pupils and their families. We provide a distinctly academic education that is tailored to the individual needs of each pupil. This is offered in the context of a broad curriculum which celebrates the arts and sports, as much as academic achievement.
Luckley House School is the perfect choice if you are considering boarding. Set in beautiful Berkshire countryside, but just 40 minutes from London, our facilities provide a secure and happy environment for all pupils to live together and to enjoy the many extra-curricular activities on offer at the school.
We recognise the need to offer flexibility in our provision, to meet the demands of modern family life. A number of options are available to enable parents and carers to drop off and pick up pupils at times to suit their daily commitments.
As part of celebrating 100 years of Luckley House School, we are hosting “The Heart of Things” an exhibition of painting and sculpture by Paul Hobbs. The exhibition is open to visitors on Wednesday 13 February 2019, 5.30-7.30pm and Thursday 14 February 2019, 7-9pm The exhibition offers a rare chance to talk with an artist...
Pupils work in the classroom is supplemented by a variety of educational trips and events throughout the year, including visits to places of interest and in-school workshops. Overseas trips are always popular, with recent destinations including South Africa, the USA, Spain (sports tour) and the regular ski trip to Europe.
If you are looking for a career in a School where class sizes are small, where teachers receive excellent CPD and teach in state of the art facilities then Luckley House School, often described by visitors as “a hidden gem”, could be for you.