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Welcome to Holme Grange School

We are a thriving Independent co-educational school for 3-16 year olds in Berkshire. We offer a unique educational experience in an idyllic setting in 21 acres of Wokingham countryside. Each pupil can develop in an environment offering a wide variety of opportunities in the classroom, on the stage or sports field and in our woodland outdoor learning areas.

As a smaller school, we have a distinctive ethos, which allows us to give much more individual care and attention to our students and to monitor and motivate them as they seek to make academic and personal progress.

Our parents describe the School as caring, friendly and warm which highlights our strong pastoral support and sense of community. When a child leaves us, they will be well-prepared for the world – self-confident, sociable and articulate – and will have many special memories of their time at Holme Grange.

Visit Us

Thank you for considering Holme Grange. We would love to show you the campus and give you a flavour of what makes our School such a special place.

Please contact our Registrar, Mrs Julia Braithwaite, to arrange a tour or find out more about life at Holme Grange. Our next Open Day is Friday 4th February 2022 and if you would like to join us please register for a place here.


Latest News

Vivi (Y11) has created a slideshow on disability to raise awareness for Disability History Month #UKDHM


On Monday 8th November the whole School participated in the Holme Grange Mock COP26 Climate Change Conference. 

Watch our COP26 film to find out more about this extraordinary event or read the full article here.

This is a wonderful school that I trust completely.

Current Parent

Learning at Holme

At Holme Grange School, our Learning Habits serve as the guiding principles to promote successful lifelong learning. Our teachers look for opportunities to engage, reinforce, illustrate and practise these habits throughout our broad curriculum. Learn more about our Learning Habits here.

We also have a mission to inspire achievement beyond the bounds of expectation within an environment where every child can succeed. This is taken in the form of our five key aims.

Follow us on Social Media

Thank you @becomingjudeuk for your fantastic talk this morning. We've been inspired to rediscover our own sense of ease, comfort, joy & confidence... as you have. We look forward to welcoming you back in January at our conference: Healthy Me, Healthy Planet.

Huge thanks to @HolmeGrange for opening their doors to us yesterday - the sun even poked its head out! Look out for our new review, coming to the TE ... website very soon.

Reception pupils have started writing their letters to Santa this week! 🎅🎁 #MakeYourselfAtHolme #ChristmasTime

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7 days ago

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Eaton Grange Presents...Much Ado About Something! 🎶🎭This year's Eaton Grange production was a huge success with fantastic performances from our senior pupils including scenes from a Grimm story, an original student ISA Drama piece, and a colourful musical extravaganza! #hgdrama #makeyourselfatholme ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

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At Lunchtime, pupils in Prep and Eaton Grange went head to head against Movember staff in games of Dodgeball. Everyone who participated raised money for the Movember Foundation who help prevent prostate cancer, testicular cancer and more. The Year 4 girls came out as champions and won a game against the staff team! #makeyourselfatholme ( ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

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We are very excited to invite you to our 3rd Parent Conference: Healthy Me, Healthy Planet. The conference will focus on how we can improve our own wellness and at the same time help to contribute to a healthy planet. We recognise that it’s not easy to achieve these goals and we hope that today can help support our communal education. Here is a flavour of what we’ll be covering in January. - Supporting children and young people with sleep- Fixing fashion: How we got here and what we do next. - Letting go of being a perfect parent. How to coach our children rather than rescue them.- Nature & wellbeing: how to make the most of our time outdoors.- Year 9 Sustainability Curriculum presentation- Ecological site survey, understanding how to identify trees and hedgerows.- Sexual Harassment & Gender-Based Violence: understanding what young people are experiencing- How to talk to the future generation about gender- Practical ways to down-regulate from anxious states: from the melt-down zone, to deep calm as a preparation for accessing sleep- Baking for pleasure- The importance of nutrition for supporting mood and cognitive functionTo book a ticket, click here ... See MoreSee Less
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