Reeds School A GSG School
- Reeds School
- Head: Mr Mark Hoskins
- T 01932 869001
- F 01932 869046
- E email@example.com
- W www.reeds.surrey.sch.uk
- A mainstream independent school for boys aged from 11 to 18
- Boarding: Yes
- Local authority: Surrey
- Pupils: 704
- Religion: Church of England
- Fees: Day £18,615- £23,265; Boarding £24,810 - £29,985 pa
- Review: View The Good Schools Guide Review
- ISI report: View the ISI report
What The Good Schools Guide says..
Old Reedonians’ website may convey message that life without sport is one wasted ( ‘injury, marriage or the arrival of children…’ quoted as distinct inconveniences) but school these days is natural home for those eager to improve pen or bow hold as well as racket grip. Head, with consummate diplomacy, felt by parents to avoid any suggestion of sports vs the rest, drama and music sharing equal place on the rostrum. Agreed, says teacher. ‘You just don’t win world titles for them.’ (Just as well given that sports trophies take up almost enough space to host own open day).
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Since 2014, Mark Hoskins BA MA MSc (50s). Previously second master (senior deputy head in modern currency) at RGS Guildford between 2005-2014. Before that, spent eight years at Whitgift, starting as head of economics and business studies in 1997 and then becoming head of middle school. First posts were in highly regarded maintained schools – two years apiece at Rosebery (comp, girls) and Wilson’s (selective grammar, boys). Mixed sixth form here first foray so far into co-education.
Praise from parents comes thick and fast. ‘Impressive’; ‘A lovely guy’; ‘Has accelerated the academic side without losing the breadth.’ Ditto for wife Sharon, whose diligent attendance at events has been approvingly clocked. Has two children, son (at the school) and daughter (distinctly miffed she isn’t as too young).