Reigate College

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Reigate College
Address
Castlefield Road

Reigate
,
Surrey
,
RH2 0SD

United Kingdom
Coordinates51°14′24″N 0°12′07″W / 51.240°N 0.202°W / 51.240; -0.202Coordinates: 51°14′24″N 0°12′07″W / 51.240°N 0.202°W / 51.240; -0.202
Information
TypeSixth Form College
Religious affiliation(s)None
StatusOpen
Local authoritySurrey
CategorySixth Form College
Department for Education URN130829 Tables
OfstedReports
PrincipalNick Clark
GenderMixed
Age16 to 19
LanguageEnglish
HousesN/A
Student Union/AssociationYes
Colour(s)Green and White
SportsFootball

Rugby Netball Basketball

Trampolining
Website

Reigate College is a state college in Reigate, Surrey, England, for students aged between 16–19 years of age.[1] The college occupies part of the town centre between the High Street and railway station.

Reigate College was graded by Ofsted as "Outstanding" in 2008.[2]

Curriculum[edit]

The college offers predominantly GCE AS/A level and BTEC two year courses, with provision for students to enrol on an Intermediate Programme (pre- A Level) and GCSE re-sit courses.

Feeder Schools[edit]

Recruiting or drawing from up to 100 state and independent schools each year, the college serves as a dedicated sixth form to four partner schools: Oakwood School, Reigate School, The Warwick School and de Stafford School

Visual Arts[edit]

The Visual Arts Centre came into use in September 2002 and was formally opened by Dame Judi Dench in May 2003.

Independent Learning Centres (ILCs)[edit]

The main Langham ILC is located on the first floor of the Langham Building, with wheelchair access by lift. It contains the library as well as a computer suite. Students can find books using the catalogue, which also tells students whether the book is available or out on loan.

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Edubase record - Establishment: Reigate College". Department for Education. Retrieved 2011-06-20.[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "Ofsted Report" (PDF). Ofsted. 10 Aug 2009. Retrieved 29 December 2015.
  3. ^ Lester, Paul. "Disclosure on disco, Sting and their new romantic parents", 13 February 2014, Retrieved 10 January 2018.

External links[edit]