Address: Sandy Lane, Cobham, Surrey KT11 2ES
Founded: 1813 as The London Orphan Asylum by Rev Andrew Reed
Number of Pupils: 770 (672 boys, 98 girls)
Ages: 11-18 (boys); 16-18 (girls)
Fees: Day: £6,810 (years 7 – 8), £8,510 (years 9 – 13); boarding: £9,075 (years 7 – 8), £10,970 (years 9 – 13)
Head Teacher: Mark Hoskins BA MA MSc
Religious Affiliation: Church of England, although open to and respectful of all religious faiths
Entrance Procedure: Admission at 11+, 13+ and 16+ via entrance examination and interview
Contact: Admissions Registrar 01932 869001
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Four open mornings take place each year.
The philosophy behind the educational curriculum at Reed’s is based on three dimensions: core knowledge, skills, and values. The ability to impart information, share knowledge and make connections across multiple disciplines is crucial.
Games & the Arts
The excellent Activities Curriculum is integral to the broad educational experience and there is an expectation that pupils will take advantage of every opportunity on offer. Service is a key aspect encouraging pupils to show integrity and responsibility as well as compassion toward others.
The bedrock of a Reed’s education is the quality of the pastoral care given which underpins the very essence of school life and places pupils at the heart of the school, with an emphasis on values and character to provide a rounded education. This is critical to produce happy and secure children who will thrive in and outside the classroom. The House system and boarding infrastructure provide the wrap-around care that benefits all pupils.
Every year pupils achieve a number of Oxbridge and medical offers. The vast majority go to Russell Group universities.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
We are a dynamic school providing an excellent education that inspires our pupils to achieve their full potential, prepares them for a rapidly changing world and equips them with the ability to think critically and independently, Instilling our values of Compassion, Curiosity, Resilience, Responsibility and Independence means they leave Reed’s as rounded individuals with a strong moral compass.
- A forward-looking educational curriculum based on core knowledge, values and skills
- An all-boys structure from 11 to 16 with a co-educational sixth-form
- A strong sense of community with teachers, parents and pupils working together
- Exceptional pastoral care based on the rich heritage of the school
- Wrap-around care benefits all pupils
- Rated ‘excellent’ in all categories in latest ISI Inspection
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