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IMPORTANT re Mobile Phones

As per parent letter sent home on 17th July 2017 click HERE

Please be aware that the staff and governors of RHSC have taken the decision to tighten up our rules on mobile phones from September 2017.  This decision has not been taken lightly and is for a variety of reasons.


From September 2017

  • Mobile phones can be brought to school in case of a problem during pupils' journeys to and from school.
  • Once on school grounds, whether inside or outside, phones cannot be used and must remain out of sight.
  • Staff will confiscate any mobile phones seen or heard and will be returned to parents only.
  • If your son/daughter needs to contact home they should report to the school office.


If you wish to discuss this decision please contact your son / daughter's pastroal leader, who will be happy to receive your query.






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Reepham College A Level Results

We are delighted to report that for the seventh successive year Reepham's A Level results were exceptional. Our students achieved the best results of any Norfolk state funded post 16 provider, outperformed those of several prestigious private schools and achieved close to the same outcomes as two highly selective private schools in Norwich.


As in previous years we anticipate being identified as in the top 40 (out of 1500) post 16 institutions in England and Wales, as measured by the progress students make between the ages of 16 and 18.


35% of all grades were at A* or A

66% of all grades were at A*, A or B

89% of all grades were at A*, A, B or C


Over one in nine of our students achieved at least two A* grades and an A grade and 5% of our students gained three or more A* grades.
Reepham High School GCSE Results

These statistics take no account of ongoing appeals. All 2017 figures to be confirmed.


RHSC is a comprehensive school which takes in pupils of all abilities. Most years its pupil intake is no better than the county and national averages, some years it is significantly below. The Key Stage 2 levels achieved by the 2017 GCSE cohort were again close to the national average.


The school has an excellent track record of moving pupils on to achieve well above average GCSE results. Our performance is consistently above national and local authority averages and this has been sustained over a number of years.


For details of results please click HERE