Reigate College

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Reigate College
Castlefield Road


United Kingdom
Coordinates 51°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
Type Sixth Form College
Religious affiliation(s) None
Status Open
Local authority Surrey
Category Sixth Form College
Department for Education URN 130829 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Principal Nick Clark
Gender Mixed
Age 16 to 19
Language English
Houses N/A
Student Union/Association Yes
Colour(s) Green and White
Sports Football

Rugby Netball Basketball


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]


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

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

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)

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


  1. ^ "Edubase record - Establishment: Reigate College". Department for Education. Retrieved 20 June 2011. [permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "Ofsted Report" (PDF). Ofsted. 10 August 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

  • School website
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