Welcome and Aims

 
Mrs S Wardlow
Executive Principal
Mr M Alexander
Head of School
Chair of Governors: Mr N Gout
Telephone: +44 (0)01737 243166

Fax: +44 (0)1737 226069

Open Invitation from the Executive Principle and Head of School
From Monday 2nd until Friday 20th October we will be holding daily ‘open door’ tours where parents and carers may visit the school during a normal working day.  Although this time is arranged for families with children in Year 6,  I would also like to extend this invitation to families who may have recently moved to the area or are contemplating moving into the area who wish to consider Reigate School as one of their choices.  Senior staff will be available to lead tours through classrooms, starting at 9.10am and 10.10am.  If you would like to tour the school on any of these mornings please contact reception to book a place.
Mrs S Wardlow  - Executive Principal
Mr M Alexander - Head of School
 
Welcome
Welcome to Reigate School.  It gives me great pleasure to introduce the school to you on behalf of both the governors and the staff.

At Reigate School we have high expectations of our students and strive to ensure that every child achieves academically, socially and personally. We will provide your child with a balanced curriculum, a happy, stimulating environment and opportunities in abundance.

Children joining us will be individually supported to help them develop into confident young adults with a set of skills and abilities that enable them to make lasting friendships, appreciate diversity in others and ably compete in a global education system or work environment.

At Reigate School our commitment to 'helping students achieve their academic, social, and personal potential' lies at the core of all that we do. How we go about achieving this primary target on a day-to-day basis is outlined below:


Academic

In terms of helping students to realise their academic potential the school will:

• engender a culture in which staff, students and parents have high expectations of academic achievement
• continue to improve students’ performance in external examinations
• continue to improve departmental pass rates
• provide an appropriate range of curricular opportunities for all students
• promote a range of teaching and learning styles
• promote autonomous use of information communications technology
• monitor and report on individual progress to parents on a regular basis.

Personal

• In terms of helping students to realise their personal potential the school will:
• emphasise the importance to students of building their record of achievement
• help students with individual target setting
• provide students with extra-curricular opportunities
• help students develop their understanding of moral, spiritual and cultural issues

Social

• In terms of helping students to realise their social potential the school will:
• provide students with opportunities to interact with the outside community
• promote equality of opportunity for all students
• provide an environment which emphasises respect for all regardless of gender, culture, race or religion.