Rupert House School to Go Fully Co-Ed From 2020

The new Summer Term brings exciting developments at Rupert House School in Henley. On the evening of Tuesday 17th April, the Governors approved plans for the school to go fully co-educational by September 2020.

The decision to provide a full co-education to age 11 means that parents will be able to educate their sons and daughters together at Rupert House, easing the pressures on family life.

Rupert House has an outstanding record of preparing its girls for the senior schools of their choice at age 11 and the school will continue to provide a rounded curriculum that enriches the educational experience of all its girls. An increasing number of local senior schools are taking boys from age 11 and Rupert House will now be able to offer the same high quality preparation to boys looking to gain 11+ entry to independent schools like Abingdon, Reading Bluecoat, Pangbourne and Shiplake as well as grammar and local state schools.

Rupert House is a forward looking school combining the best of a traditional education – academic strength, pastoral care, good manners and focus on each individual child – with a modern approach to schooling. It continues to embrace positive changes in education with the introduction of important life skills through the Prep Schools Baccalaureate and other changes to the curriculum including the opportunity to start Mandarin.

If you would like to find out more about Rupert House and see the school for yourself, the school invites you to attend its Open Day on 12th May from 10am to 12 noon .You can register your interest by visiting or calling the office on 01491 574263 The school also provides personal tours on request at a time to suit prospective parents.