Some of Year 11 on their last day Some of Year 11 on their last day RHSC production of 'Grease' RHSC Production of Grease with Danny Zuko! RHSC Production of 'Grease' with Sandy Dumbrowski RHSC Production of 'Grease' the T-Birds Some of the superb cast of 'Grease' Celebrating 100% attendance with Summer garden games 100% attendance rewarded with Summer Garden Games Carbon Capture in RHSC Science

Some of Year 11 on their last day


Some of Year 11 on their last day


RHSC production of 'Grease'


RHSC Production of Grease with Danny Zuko!


RHSC Production of 'Grease' with Sandy Dumbrowski


RHSC Production of 'Grease' the T-Birds


Some of the superb cast of 'Grease'


Celebrating 100% attendance with Summer garden games


100% attendance rewarded with Summer Garden Games


Carbon Capture in RHSC Science


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Notices...

 

Reepham High School would like to wish all pupils and staff very happy Summer holidays.

 

The new academic year 2017-2018 starts on Wednesday 6th September 2017.


 

 

 

 

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Places for September 2017

We are delighted to report that the governors have agreed to increase the intake of the school for September 2017. This means there will be plenty of spaces for pupils who wish to join our Year 7. Please spread the word as each additional pupil generates extra income for the school that can be spent on educational resources for all pupils. 

 

A Level Results

Once again RHSC achieved the best A level results of all state schools in the county. 100% of all grades were at A*-E and 86% of all grades were at A*-C.

Since the opening of Reepham College in 2010 RHSC has become one of the nation's highest achieving (in terms of progress made by students) sixth forms in the nation. This September it has over 240 students from eight 11-16 schools.

 

 
GCSE Results
Our 2016 GCSE results were of the very highest order this summer. Under the new measure of Progress 8, (which measures the progress of all pupils in 8 GCSE subjects), we anticipate a score of +0.42. This means that our pupils achieved, on average, nearly half a grade higher in each of their GCSEs  than that of the national average pupil of similar ability. Progress 8 data will be released by the government in October so please keep your eyes on the local press.
 
Details of our GCSE results compared to those of other Norfolk schools can be found by clicking HERE 
 
 

Homework Club 2016-2017

Homework club

Every Monday-Thursday 3.30pm-4.30pm

in the library with Miss Fuller.