Catering at RGS

Food with thought...

The catering service at Reigate Grammar School is provided by Harrison Catering Services. Since its founding in 1994, Harrison has always been about quality fresh food prepared on-site and served by people who love what they do. Over 100 clients across the UK enjoy a Harrison foodservice, with more than 100,000 meals being served each day by approximately 2,000 staff across more than 270 locations.

Harrison understands that what students eat affects their health and their ability to learn and perform in the classroom. At RGS, our catering team provides nutritious, balanced meals, and we work to educate the students on how to make healthier food choices. Our goal is to instil a love and understanding of fresh, healthy food at a young age that will positively influence them throughout life.

All Harrison staff receive training in how to prepare and serve healthier food through the company’s bespoke Eat Well Live Well© training programme, developed by Company Nutritionist Dr Juliet Gray with the help of Sara Stanner of The British Nutrition Foundation.

Our skilled catering team at RGS works with fresh ingredients of the highest quality, which are British-sourced wherever possible. For example, all our chicken comes from the UK, and every egg we use is free range and UK sourced.

Our catering team also works with the school council to tailor menus to the tastes and preferences of the students. We introduce further interest and excitement to our menus through themed lunches ranging from holidays like Easter and Christmas to cuisines from around the world, tying these into the school curriculum whenever possible.

If you require further information or have any feedback about the catering service, please contact Paul Rosser by phone 01737 247238 or par@reigategrammar.org


Harrisons at RGS


Top co-educational independent day school in Surrey for five years running

The Telegraph and The Sunday Times

Definitely one to watch.

The Good Schools Guide

Reigate Grammar School is rated as ‘Exceptional’

The Independent Schools Inspectorate 2016