Information for Current Parents


All enrolled students have access to the College's virtual learning environment ‘Moodle’. This is a place where a huge amount of information is stored including information relating to  courses and exams. Students can access Moodle via the Reigate Portal (please see the link at the top of this webpage). Parents should ask students to show them around Moodle so that they are fully aware of the information that's available.

College Handbook

The College's Handbook for Parents and Guardians covers detailed information about many aspects of College life. A copy of the Handbook is provided at the start of a student's first year at Reigate (see PDF in the list below).

College Security

All visitors to the College must sign in at College Reception and wear a visible visitor's pass at all times.  All students and staff are also expected to wear College ID while on campus.

Policies, Procedures and Information



Term and Holiday dates

College term and holiday dates 2018-19

College term and holiday dates 2019-20

For information about what’s happening around the College, please take a look at the Calendar and other areas on this website.


Reigate College Pay

The College’s on-line payment system can be used to top up refectory cards, make payments for College Trips and Visits and make donations to the College Fund.  Parents of enrolled students will have been sent a letter giving details of how to access this system at the beginning of their son or daughter's first term. Any queries should be directed to


Counselling and Support

For information about the mental and emotional wellbeing of 16 - 19 year olds, we suggest, in the first instance, looking at the NHS information available on the Healthy Surrey website.
See also the Parent Handbook published by Surrey County Council, which contains lots of useful information and links.
Some families may feel they need support with personal matters in which case the Familyline website is worth taking a look at.
The College offers confidential counselling for students via the Relate Young Persons Counselling Service.  A counsellor is available on site three times a week. Please visit the Counselling webpage to find out more.


For e-safety information and advice please take a look at our guide for parents and guardians
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