Pangbourne welcomes students of all faiths and none, providing opportunities to pupils of all denominations to practise their faith.
Pangbourne has a Christian ethos and, whether or not pupils choose to follow Christianity, students are encouraged to understand what the Christian faith is all about.
The spiritual programme is led by the Chaplain, the Reverend Neil Jeffers – a Church of England minister – and encompasses all Christian denominations.
While Pangbourne has a Christian ethos and consequently a focus on Christianity, the school includes many students and families who have no religious commitments or belong to another faith.
The College makes provision for those of other faiths who wish to practise those faiths, particularly with regard to food or religious festivals. The Religious Studies syllabus promotes understanding and tolerance of other faiths.