Why choose Reigate College?

Reigate College specialises in providing high quality education for 16-19 year old students in a supportive and caring community and is committed to equality of rights and opportunity. It has the prestigious status of being a ‘National Teaching School’ and has been graded as ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted since 2005. The College typically receives two to …

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Admissions Timetable

Admissions timetables for entry September 2020 There are two separate application processes for students from different schools. Students from one of the College’s five partner schools (de Stafford, Merstham Park, Oakwood, Reigate and Warwick)  will be advised how to apply via an online system, overseen by their school. Students from ALL OTHER schools can download a …

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Virtual Open Events

Welcome to Reigate College’s Virtual Open Events Usually at this time of year, we’d be welcoming prospective students and their parents to the College in person, but of course this year is like no other! We’ve lined up lots of resources for you to watch and read, and are hoping you’ll use the time you’d …

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Open Events

Open evenings for entry to Reigate College in September 2020 will be held between 6.00pm and 8.30pm on: 26 September 2019 30 September 2019 01 October 2019 Open Events offer the best opportunity to get a feel for what life as a Reigate College student will be like. The College’s Open Events can get extremely …

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Application Form and Admissions Policy

Apply to Reigate College Applying for a place to start in September 2020? Year 11 students from one of the College’s four partner schools (de Stafford, Oakwood, Reigate and Warwick) will receive a prospectus pack via their school and will be advised how to apply using a new online application process. They therefore should NOT …

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Partner Schools and Partner School Applications

Reigate College, graded ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted, is the offical sixth form of de Stafford, Merstham Park, Oakwood, Reigate and Warwick schools. This means that Year 11 students applying from one of these schools, will automatically be awarded a place at the College if they meet the College’s entry requirements (minimum 5 GCSEs at Grade 4 …

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