Sophia O’Donnell received a Silver Award

Lower Cambridge Chemistry Challenge

15 students participated in this year’s Lower Cambridge Chemistry Challenge and despite a very challenging paper, four achieved Copper Awards (Edwin Abraham, Abigail Culverwell, Milind Kowsik and Jack Harrington), with Sophia O’Donnell receiving a Silver Award and Chaitan Patel a Gold Award.Head of Chemistry Louise Harris explained, “The competition aims to stretch and challenge A Level Chemistry students and …

Photography Summer 2024

Art and Design Students Work 2024

Check out the amazing work created by our talented Fine Art, Graphics, Photography and Textiles Students. Fine Art | Graphics | Photography | Textiles

3D medical background with DNA strands and male head

Imperial Science in Medicine Prize 2024

Five teams of students took part in this year’s Imperial Science in Medicine Prize. Working together in multi-disciplinary teams with their staff mentors, students used the format of ePosters to present their range of innovative ideas. Liz Sanders, Associate Director (Pathways) at the College commented, “Students demonstrated both excellent research skills and innovative thinking while at the …

Students are looking the penguins

Biology Trip to Marwell Zoo

43 A Level Biology and BTEC Applied Human Biology students participated in an Animal Behaviour Conference at Marwell Zoo on Monday 1 July.  The trip was of particular interest to students considering applying to study Veterinary Science, Veterinary Nursing and those interested in Animal Behaviour, Ecology and Conservation.  Students carried out their own pilot and …

Teacher and Students

Reigate College’s Stock Trading Competition

On 21 June Lower Sixth Economics students took part in a visit to the The International Capital Market Association (ICMA) Centre at the University of Reading. The visit followed Reigate College’s Stock Trading Competition, an internal competition organised by the College’s Economics Department.   Oliver Wright, Head of Economics at the College explained, “Many of our Economics students have shown interest in working in the Financial Services sector, so the trip was designed to expose …

Physics students visiting Harwell Science and Innovation Campus

Physics students face-to-face with cutting edge innovation

Inspiration was the name of the game for 30 Physics students visiting Harwell Science and Innovation Campus last Wednesday (26 June). The Oxfordshire campus hosts a community of experts who are pioneering advances in Energy, Space, Health and Quantum Computing.  It’s a unique collaboration between government, academia and industry working to accelerate progress on the key issues …

Reigate College's students are in Cambridge University

Trip to Cambridge University

On Wednesday 19 June, fifteen Lower Sixth students, many of whom are from backgrounds underrepresented at Oxford or Cambridge, took part in a College initiated trip to Cambridge University.  Ellen Walkinshaw, Director of Progression and the College’s Aspire Programme who led the trip said, “Our thanks to alumni Gemma Heathcote and Martha Shaylor who showed …

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Health and social care practitioner day supports careers planning

Students following our Careers in Health Pathway and our Health and Social Care students met a range of professionals working in the sector at our newly created ‘Meet the Practitioner Day’ on June 10. Head of Health & Social Care Belinda Jones explained, “We designed the day to give our students a taste of life in a range …

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Structured Learning Days

As part of the transition from school to university or work, our students are encouraged to develop their independent learning skills and also to extend their learning through “stretch and challenge” opportunities designed by our teachers. Structured Learning Days provide an opportunity to spend a day consolidating and extending learning through planned self-study and additional …