RGS: Changing Lives since 1675...


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All profits from the sale of these products go towards our Changing Lives campaign. Please click on the relevant links to make your purchase. We endeavour to send out all merchandise purchases within 24 hours.



Authentic cotton RGS ‘old school’ rugby shirt. Features the embroidered school crest on the chest with the Roman numerals ‘XV’ on the back and ‘1675’ (the year RGS was founded) on the collar. Sizes come up slightly on the large side. £50 +VAT.

XXXL (48″ chest), XXL (46″ chest)

XL (44″ chest), L (42″ chest)

M (40″ chest), S (38″ chest), XS (36″ chest)






This unisex one-size-fits-all baseball cap features the embroidered RGS castle logo on the front, along with the ‘1675’ emblem on the side.

£15 + VAT.









This classic black supervent golfing umbrella has the RGS logo on one side, and the lime green Changing Lives logo on the other.

£30 + VAT.









This sterling silver necklace is engraved with the school crest on one side and ‘RGS’ on the back. The pendant hangs on a 46cm chain and comes in a ribbon-tied presentation box.

£25 + VAT.









RGS blue & silver tie and cufflinks set.

£30+ VAT.










RGS blue & green tie and cufflinks set.

£30 + VAT.










RGS blue & silver tie. The tie is 8cm (3”) width at the widest point.

£20 + VAT.










RGS blue & green tie. The tie is 8cm (3”) width at the widest point.

£20 + VAT.










RGS blue & silver cufflinks.

£20 + VAT.










RGS blue & green cufflinks.

£20 + VAT.










RGS school picture. This unique picture of Life at RGS is available as an A3 print, ready for framing, and comes with authentication certificate, or as an A5 greetings card.

Commissioned by RGS and designed by local artist Helena Vaughan.

A3 print – £50+ VAT.

A5 card – £2.50 + VAT.







Indian for Everyone, by Hari Ghotra. 100 easy, healthy dishes the whole family will love.

£18.99 + VAT.







The broad education and resilience developed at RGS gave me a firm foundation for the challenges of working life.

Sir Peter Gershon (RGS 1958-1966)

I promise to make the most of the opportunities available to me, because I’m constantly reminded of the journey which has brought me here and realise that it began with the gift of an RGS education.

Karolina Csathy (RGS 2008-2015)

I am confident that together the Reigatian community will make a huge difference to the lives of many deserving children.

David Walliams (RGS 1981-1989)