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Reading Secondary Schools, Open mornings/evenings September 2017

Blessed Hugh Farringdon School, Fawley Road, Southcote, Reading RG30 3EP

Open morning 21st September; 9am to 12pm no need to book

Open evening 21st September; Talk from Headteacher


Highdown School & 6th Form Centre, Surley Row, Emmer Green, Reading RG4 8LR

Open evening 5th October 6pm

Open mornings 9th & 11th October


John Madejski Academy  125 Hartland Road, Reading RG2 8AF

Open evening Tuesday 26th September; 6pm to 8pm

Open mornings 27th September, 12th & 17th October; 9.15am to 11.15am (open mornings by appointment only, contact school)


Maiden Erlegh School in Reading, 81 Crescent Road, Reading RG1 5SL

Open mornings Thursday 14th, 21st, 28th September & 5th October; appointments available 9.30am or 10am (contact school to book an appointment)


Prospect school, Cockney Hill, Reading, Berkshire, RG30 4EX

Open evening Thursday 28th September; introduction by Head Teacher and tours 5pm & 6.30pm


Reading Girls School, Northumberland Avenue, Reading RG2 7PY

Open evening Thursday 14th September; 5.30pm to 8pm

Open morning 14th September; tours available 9am to 11am & 12pm to 1pm


UTC Reading,  Crescent Road, Reading, RG1 5RQ

Open evenings 28th September & 8th November; 5.30pm to 7.30pm


The Wren School, 61 – 63 Bath Road, Reading RG30 2BB

Open evenings Wed 20th & Tues 26th Sept; 4pm to 7pm

Open mornings Fri 29th September & Mon 2nd October from 9.15am (morning sessions must be booked in advance, contact the school for more details)


Kendrick and Reading Grammar Schools are selective schools please visit their websites for more information on their admission criteria and open days.


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