Open Morning

Early Years Open Morning – Thurs 10 Nov 
10am – 11am.  To book your place, please click here

Tel: 01494 862407

Inspiring young minds

We are a co-educational independent school for children aged 2-11, committed to developing the whole child, in a vibrant nurturing environment.
Our core belief is that education is not just about academic success; it is about building a foundation that gives each child the confidence and skills they need to be the best they can be, now and in the future.
A strong commitment both to academic and creative subjects is balanced with practical and physical activities, ensuring all children will discover their areas of talent, build self-confidence and achieve their potential.
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  Welcome to Gateway

We are a co-educational independent school for children aged 2-11, committed to developing the whole child, in a vibrant nurturing environment. Our wish is that each child in our community is happy, confident, and motivated to achieve their full potential. We are proud that Gateway children leave our school well prepared for secondary education and for life. schoolblog

  News Feed

  • Mrs La Farge’s blog

    Dear Parents The last few days of the half term have continued as the term started with plenty of activity both in the classroom and outside. The pupils are now all settled in their classes and routines and it is lovely to greet so many smiley faces every morning. Last Saturday 64 children turned out to represent the school at the cross country event at RAF Halton. Mr Grosse spoke in assembly on Monday about how proud he was to see so many staff, pupils and parents at the event and just how brilliantly our runners tackled the tough course […]

  • U11 ISA Football Tournament at LVS, Ascot – Thursday 13th October


    The Year 5 girls football team visited LVS Ascot on Thursday 13th October for the ISA girls football tournament. It was a very big event with a tournament for U11’s, U13s and U15s and football masterclasses run by Women’s Reading FC. It was the first time the girls had played a football match and they loved every second. There were some great football moments with lots of fantastic saves by Grace W and strong tackles made in defence. One of the matches even went to penalties which was nail biting and  and a fantastic goal was scored by Marea L. […]

  • IMPS Year 6

    This week Year 6 were visited by the IMPS team from Stoke Mandeville Hospital. The Injury Minimisation Programme for Schools aims to empower young people to take personal responsibility for managing their own risk and equip them with the skills to cope in an emergency.  The children learnt about defibrillators, and how to give effective CPR which they were all able to practice in the classrooms. The children also learnt about injury prevention and broken bones. They were able to put a special wet dressing on their fingers and let it dry to become a finger cast!  Check out their […]

  • Music Tea


    On Tuesday 18th October we held our first Music Tea of the year. Fourteen instrumentalists from Year 3 to Year 6 played a variety of musical styles from Bach to the Rolling Stones.We really enjoyed listening to violins, pianos, flutes, guitars, baritone and tenor ukeleles and drumkit. It was super to hear children who have been learning to play an instrument for a very short time, along with more accomplished performers. Some of the children had never played in public before but nerves soon disappeared as soon as they began to play.  All of the performers were very supportive of […]

  • U11 Girls Hockey v Gayhurst – Wednesday 12th October


    The U11 A & B teams played against Gayhurst in their first Hockey match of the season. Both teams were very excited about going to an away fixture and were keen to know their positions. The A team got off to an exciting start by going up by 1 goal. It was a very competitive match with both teams working hard to keep possession and create goal scoring opportunities. It was a close match throughout with both teams playing excellent Hockey but unfortunately Gayhurst took the win on the final whistle. Jemma T was chosen as player of the match […]