As a Reigate College student you’ll soon discover there’s an excellent system of pastoral support, in which your Personal Tutor plays a lead role.
All students become part of a Tutor Group and are allocated a Personal Tutor, who will normally be one of your key subject teachers. In the Lower Sixth, your Tutorial periods will be on a Tuesday or Thursday lunchtime.
Student wellbeing is at the very heart of the Reigate College community.
Please take a look at the College’s Wellbeing video.
If you’re concerned you’re going to find the transition from school to College particularly difficult, there’s a mentoring scheme in place to help you.
You can request to have a Peer Mentor, who will be one of our Upper Sixth students who knows exactly what it’s like to make the transition, or you can make an appointment with one of the College’s staff Wellbeing Mentors.
One of the things you can do to help with your own wellbeing is get involved in some of the many extra-curricular activities offered at College. These include lunchtime or after-College clubs and activities, the Duke of Edinburgh’s Gold Award Scheme, Competitive Sports teams and a variety of Performing Arts productions and Music events.