Impact of partnership work done in 2019 (ISC annual Census 2020)
- 25 state schools involved
- 500+ state school pupils involved
- 200 staff hours given
*Please note, data shown here is from the 2020 Census for partnerships in 2019, rather than from the 2021 Census. This is due to the impact of COVID-19 on full year collection for 2021. The coronavirus pandemic has forced many schools to put some partnership projects on hold until restrictions are eased.
"The Redhill and Reigate District Athletics Competition, in association with Reigate Grammar School (RGS), is organised by the Redhill and Reigate Primary Schools Sports Association (RRPSSA), this event is now in its seventhyear at RGS’ Hartswood Sports Ground. The District Athletics Competition sees between 50 and 60 children from each school take part, making this the RRPSSA’s largest competitive event of the year, with over 600 children set to represent their schools. The students benefit from RGS's sports facilities, the Parents and Friends Association (PFA) hospitality and RGS's marketing, communications and events departments support."
"In our Chemistry Crimebusting event, a serious crime is committed in the Science Department at RGS. The School’s priceless pink diamond is taken from the School’s safe leaving give possible culprits. RGS recruited Year 5 pupils from 4 local state school to help identify the criminal responsible. These 16 students explore a range of forensic techniques using two of the RGS laboratories and scientific equipment to run a series of experiments, under the guidance of RGS science staff. The students use the results of these experiments to find out which culprit committed the deed."
"Our Giant Music Day saw Year 4 and Year 5 singers and instrumentalists from six state schools come to RGS. The aim of the day was to give junior school musicians and singers the chance to join together to play with and be coached by some of our top music staff and students. At the end of the day they then performed in a wonderful concert for parents and families of participants."
"Students from local state schools in Year 10 and Year 11 are invited to RGS careeers talks including the Higher Education Convention and Careers in Law, Engineering, Finance, Media, Medicine evenings. The students benefit from access to a wide range of speakers and representatives from Universities and Organisations who they can talk to about the different career paths in detail."