At St Richard Reynolds we pride ourselves on educating the whole child and, as part of our personal development, we offer a wide and varied co-curricular programme. All students at Key Stage 3 are expected to take part in at least one co-curricular club per term. We appreciate the more significant demand on students’ time at Key Stage 4, however students are strongly encouraged to attend at least one club. Our students have shown an increasingly positive attitude to becoming involved in the co-curricular life of our College, including volunteering to support weekly clubs for younger years, training regularly for a school team, participating in a club to stay active and healthy, developing a particular interest or trying something new. 

Please see our Autumn Term Co-Curricular Timetable below. If you have any questions about a particular club, please contact the member of staff running it in the first instance.

Whole School Co-Curricular Timetable

PE Co-Curricular Timetable

Additional information for external clubs:

Chess Club

Italian Club

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We are delighted to offer a range of co-curricular clubs before school, at lunch and after school every day of the week. Our PE and Music departments in particular offer a wide variety of sporting and musical opportunities. Our College competes in the Richmond Borough Leagues and Tournaments and our students have plenty of opportunities to represent the College at a sporting fixture, competition or festival. Our Music and Drama departments also provide a range of creative opportunities for our students, whether as beginners or more seasoned performers. Overall, the provision is varied and we are confident that there is a suitable club for every student. We are always looking to enhance our provision so if there is something you can offer, or would like to see offered at school, please contact Mrs. J Santos. 

Inter House Competition

Inter house competitions run throughout the year. Some examples include bake offs, Christmas Box Appeal and a languages competition, which have all encouraged some healthy competition between our Houses. The impact of this is that it gives students an opportunity to participate in a competition of their choice and represent their form and house. Intra school competitions are a regular feature in our students’ diet here at SRRCC. Students are given sporting opportunities to represent the College at a range of fixtures, tournaments, leagues, festivals. We also enter a range of sports including but not exclusive to rugby, football, basketball, netball, swimming, athletics, rounders, and cricket. 291 fixtures across primary, secondary and sixth form have been organised so far. We also attend participation events which focus on developing a love and passion for sport. Music and drama department host regular recitals, performances and workshops. We have a plethora of musically and theatrically gifted and talented students, with a strong rate of participation in these areas. The production this year will be “Beauty and the Beast”.

Inter House Competitions

House Points Competition

High School Tours

Our High School College Tours are now available to book. Tours will take place on Wednesdays and Fridays throughout June and July. If you would like to reserve tickets for the tours, please click on the Eventbrite link HERE. Further tours will be taking place in September and our Open Evening has been scheduled for the evening of 2nd OctoberShould you have any questions, please contact

Sixth Form

Applications for our Sixth Form have now closed. Should you need any further information, please contact

Primary School

Applications for our Primary School have now closed. Should you need any further information, please contact