Pangbourne College is an independent day and boarding school for boys and girls aged 11 to 18 located near Reading in Berkshire. The school has a proud naval history and is also home to the Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel which commemorates those who served during the conflict.
Established in 1917, Pangbourne College was founded was 'The Nautical College, Pangbourne' with the aim of training boys to become Merchant Navy officers. It became co-educational in 1996 and has eight Flag Values which underpin all that the school does: kindness, resilience, selflessness, moral courage, integrity, initiative, industry and respect.
'Schools are about people,' says Head Thomas Garnier, 'and Pangbourne is proudly a ‘people place’, home to a team of passionate educators with a deep commitment to their students.'
'Pangbourne is special: we are a small, independent boarding and day school with a unique history and a bright future. Our small size allows us to get to know each student individually, ensuring that they are supported as they grow academically and socially. The nurturing environment we have comes from a deep commitment to pastoral care.'