Parent and Community Partnerships Hub
Welcome to our Reigate Grammar School Parent and Community Partnerships hub.
Involving yourself in your child’s education and their journey through the school is an exciting and rewarding challenge. The more we collaborate, the greater the benefits will be for you, your child and the whole RGS community. We would like to take this opportunity to thank those of you who already support and enhance our whole school community: from the RGS PFA, completing school surveys, attendance at parent evening appointments to our individual parent helpers who assist at one of our term-time working open mornings, 11+ interview days, the annual open morning, or bespoke tours.
LPPA – The Leading Parent Partnership Award
RGS is working towards a nationally recognised accreditation called The Leading Parent Partnership Award. Research shows that when parents are involved in their child’s education it considerably raises their achievement. The Leading Parent Partnership Award (LPPA) will help to strengthen RGS’s partnership with parents and provide us with a valuable school improvement tool. We hope to achieve the accreditation during the academic year 2021-2022, when the final assessment will be made by an external advisor.
Your views are important in helping us understand what we are doing well and how we can do even better. From the survey you completed at the end of 2021 we wanted to share with you a summary of our findings click to view the survey summary
Stay up to date with all things connected to our parent and community partnerships activities there are many ways you can get involved:
Cultural Diversity Week – Calling all Reigatians! Would you like to share, educate and raise awareness about different cultures and counties? Be a part of our celebrations, showcasing the wonderful cultural diversity within our RGS community and wider society. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘CDW 2022’ in the subject line.
RGS Earthshot Lecture Series – On the 11th of May at 1845 in the Old Library, we will be welcoming back Old Reigatian and ex-Head Boy of 1987, Simon Virley, to deliver a talk on ‘Climate Change, COP 26 and how we get to Net Zero’. We are thrilled to have Mr Virley coming to join us and we encourage anyone who has an interest in geography, science, economics, politics, or simply a passion for sustainability to come along. The event is open to all pupils and parents to attend. Click here for further details.