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Unusually, a cathedral choir without portfolio, though makes up for it with regular appearances at St Paul’s, tradition starting in the Second World War when regular choir was evacuated. Commercially in demand, too, for Disney amongst others. Choristers’ robes line...

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The Junior School to Reigate Grammar is set in 15 acres of parkland and provides a wonderful environment for learning. The school combines the best elements of a traditional preparatory and choir school with modern teaching in a happy atmosphere.

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What The Good Schools Guide says

Unusually, a cathedral choir without portfolio, though makes up for it with regular appearances at St Paul’s, tradition starting in the Second World War when regular choir was evacuated. Commercially in demand, too, for Disney amongst others. Choristers’ robes line corridor, atmospheric practice room, low-tech shelves bursting with music-stuffed folders, fruit and biscuits laid out for after-school rehearsal...

Head

Since 2005, Mr Marcus Culverwell (40s). Previously deputy head (joined school in 2003). Before that, head of science, then director of studies, then deputy head at Lancing College Junior. A local boy, he was educated first at Caterham, then Archbishop Tenison’s sixth form after squeeze on family finances. Sporty, science-y and spiritual. ‘Very Christian,’ says a parent.

Teenage years dominated by dreams of joining Aviation Mission Fellowship – dashed when failed final stage of commercial pilot training. Studied...

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