Caversham has a good selection of schools, although it is not always easy to get your child into the first school of choice (like many places). Fairly basic details on local schools are provided below. We've concentrated specifically on Caversham, Emmer Green and the nearer parts of South Oxfordshire (within easy reach of Caversham). There are good secondary schools south of the river in Reading, but you can find out details about them elsewhere.
Caversham Nursery School
New Bridge Nursery School
Caversham Primary School
Caversham Primary School is large (420 pupils), very popular, and has a record of high academic achievement.
Emmer Green Primary School
The Hill Primary School
Micklands Primary School
St. Anne's Primary School (Catholic)
St Martin's Primary School (Catholic)
Thameside Primary School
Hemdean House School
Hemdean House is a private day school - for boys aged between two and a half and 11, and for girls aged between two and a half and 16.
Caversham Preparatory School
The Caversham Preparatory School (formerly known as the Chiltern College School) is a private day school for boys and girls aged 4-11.
The Chiltern Edge secondary school is actually in Sonning Common, but a lot of Caversham children and teenagers go there.
Caversham's large comprehensive school has undergone a major resurgence in recent years. The Ofsted quote on its website: "This is a good school with many very good features" seems accurate enough.
Queen Anne's School
The well-known girls' public school, for girls aged 11-18. The school also is home to the Morgan Sports Centre, details of which appear on the Sports & Social Clubs page of this site.
Reading Adult and Community College
The Chiltern College
Chiltern College is involved in the education and training of nursery nurses and the provision of education and training in all aspects of child care and education.
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