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 or above and a satisfactory school reference).

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Applying from a Partner School

Year 11 students at de Stafford, Merstham Park, Oakwood, Reigate and Warwick schools DO NOT NEED TO REQUEST A PROSPECTUS OR APPLICATION FORM.

Students from one of the College’s five partner schools (de Stafford, Merstham Park, Oakwood, Reigate and Warwick) will be advised how to apply by their school, using an online application process. Please also see accompanying information.

Student Profiles

Hear what some of our Partner School students have to say about Reigate College by clicking on their photos.

Esme Jennings
Esme, de Stafford
Thomas Bush
Thomas, Oakwood
Grace_Herman
Grace, Reigate School
Charlotte_Rowlands
Charlotte, The Warwick School
Darcy Braimoh
Darcy, de Stafford
Georgia Hellyer
Georgia, Oakwood
jacob_foulsham
Jacob, Reigate School
Adil Raman
Adil, The Warwick School

The Partnership with Reigate College – from Years 6 to 11

The College works with Partner School students to help guide and inspire them to achieve at the highest level, from pre-enrolment to Year 11.

Here’s a summary of how the College works with its Partner Schools:

Year 6Presentation and ‘stand’ at Partner Schools’ Year 6 Open Events (i.e. as the schools’ official sixth form)
Year 7 onwardsInvitations to College visual and performing arts events (Spring and Summer Concerts, Hot Feet Dance Show, Cross-College production, annual Art Exhibition).
Year 8 and 9Termly ‘gifted and talented’ workshops held at College
Provision of other events and activities, e.g. inter-Partner School sports competitions held at College, and Dance, Drama and Music workshops held in the schools or at College
Year 9Presentation and ‘stand’ at schools’ GCSE Options Evenings
Year 10Presentation at assemblies about possible post-16 routes
Distribution of ‘Joining your Sixth Form’ brochure
Taster Day for Year 10s held at College in July
Year 11Presentation at assemblies and attendance at Information Evenings
Distribution of Making the Move brochure
Introductory Day for Year 11s held at College in July
Priority interviews (held before end of December)
Priority acceptance letters (sent before end of January)

To read more about how the College works with its partner schools from pre-enrolment to Years 7 to 11 and beyond, please download the Partnership brochure here.

Gifted & Talented Events

Year 8 and 9s

For the last few years, the College has run three ‘Gifted & Talented’ sessions for Year 8 and 9 pupils, per year, for the College’s partner schools. These sessions give pupils the chance to be ‘stretched and challenged’ in both familiar curriculum areas such as Maths and Science and in subjects that may be new to them, such as Psychology and Economics.

As well as ‘trying out’ what it might be like to be a College student, the sessions also give students the chance to learn about a specific subject at an ‘A Level’ standard, which in turn encourages students to think about the subjects they might want to study from Year 12.

Year 8 and 9 ‘G&T’ events usually take place after school in the Autumn and Spring Terms and during a morning session in ‘school time’ during the Summer Term.

Year 11s

The College also offers workshops for Year 11s who have already applied to do specific subjects at the College, such as a ‘Spotlight on Performing Arts’ afternoon for students who have applied to do at least one BTEC Performing Arts course (Acting, Musical Theatre, Dance or Music).