Park House School is the first school in the South Central Hub.

A Leading academy for the whole community – Park House School, Newbury, West Berkshire.

Park House School is a secondary school in Newbury with 1150 students including sixth form. This popular school has a rising number of students each year, drawn from a wide catchment across West Berkshire and Hampshire.

In 1998, the school was one of the first in the country to be designated as a Specialist Sports College, and youngsters from across the region chose to attend the school (and sixth form) for its unique offer. The school provides sports tuition to 57 primary schools. In 2011 Park House School converted to a single academy, and in September 2018, following working successfully in partnership with Achievement for All 3As Ltd. for a number of years, the school chose to become the first member of the Achievement for All Education Trust.

In 2016, the school was named as one of the top 100 non-selective state schools in England showing the greatest sustained improvement in GCSE results. The school has continued to further develop excellence across sport, IT, music and the arts. In 2019, the school was selected  as one of 30 school nationally to become a National Centre for Computing Education (NCCE) computing hub, acting as a centre of expertise, providing high quality support and training to Primary and Secondary computing teachers in the area.

‘Pupils are proud to attend this school. They show a high level of respect towards each other and have a high level of respect for adults in the school.’

Ofsted, November 2019


Headteacher: Derek Peaple MA (Oxon)

Contact details:
Park House School
Andover Road
RG14 6NQ
Tel: 01635 573911
Fax: 01635 528884
Twitter: @PHSNewbury



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