Reed's is an HMC independent day and boarding school for boys aged 11 to 18 with a co-educational Sixth Form. Choosing a senior school for your child is one of the most fundamentally important decisions a parent can make and, as you peruse this website, I hope you will gain an insight into the Reed’s ethos and what makes us unique.
@ReedsSchool Retweeted Movember Schools UK - 26 Nov
We are proud to announce that @ReedsSchool have won Mo of the week for not only growing fan-tache-tic Mo's but also completing a 12 hour walk, run, cycle, swim or row to hit the target of 1813km and also a hot wings challenge. Thank you SO much to Paddy and team Reeds👨🏻 https://t.co/Ilby37LztU
If you have the skills to help young people understand & apply core concepts in theoretical & practical Computer Science then please consider applying for our vacancy of COMPUTER SCIENCE TEACHER. An excellent salary & great benefits on offer https://t.co/8I9ADSlZzd#teachingjobshttps://t.co/W3MrAj0wHA
@ReedsSchool Retweeted Andrew Reed Foundation - 26 Nov
Every year, Reed's School holds a Founder's Week to take time to remember the debt of gratitude we owe to our Founder Rev Dr. Andrew Reed. This week, we are grateful to the students and staff at @ReedsSchool, who donated the proceeds from their mufti day to the Foundation. https://t.co/TLPVSq0JbN
@ReedsSchool Retweeted Reedâs School Digital Teaching and Learning - 25 Nov
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@KennyV55 Goodness, what a coincidence @KennyV55. Your Mum sounds just like the children we still support here at Reed’s today. Around 10% of our intake are still Foundationers who have lost the support of one or both parents. Boys 11-18 & girls 16-18. Much younger in your Mum’s days!
@ReedsSchool - 22 Nov
@KennyV55 Yes it is! When WW2 broke out the Ministry of Defence commandeered the school buildings in Watford & the pupils were evacuated to Totnes in Devon. In 1946 the boys moved to the site we still occupy now in Cobham, Surrey.