RPC Awards

The RPC Award is presented, on an ad hoc basis, to any boy (or group of boys) who have demonstrated an appreciation of the RPC’s values of charity, giving your time and/fostering community spirit. So, if your boys have recently taken part in anything charitable or community-minded, please let their form tutor know.

See below our most recent recipients…

Picture Adam Y

Adam Y

Congratulations to Adam Y, this week’s winner of the RPC Award. Adam very generously chose to make a much larger donation than was requested when he paid for his remembrance poppy at school. Well done Adam!


Picture Raafi M

Raafi M

Many congratulations to Raafi M in Year 3, this week’s recipient of our RPC Award. Raafi had his 8th birthday recently and, on his party invitation generously requested that his friends make a donation to charity instead of giving him birthday money or presents.


Picture Daud P

Daud P

This week’s award goes to Daud P in Year 1. During half term, Daud (with some help from his mum and a friend) prepared care bags containing food items, water, socks and gloves, bandages and rucksacks for homeless people in the area. He took the care bags to Kingston Churches Action who are going to distribute them to those in need.

Many congratulations Daud for giving your time to such a worthwhile venture and helping people less fortunate than you.


Picture Ruben T

Ruben T

We are thrilled to announce another worthy winner of our new RPC Award which is presented on an ad hoc basis to any boy or boys who have demonstrated an appreciation of the RPC’s values of charity, giving your time and/fostering community spirit. Many congratulations to Ruben T in Year 1 who showed great charitable and community spirit by donating a selection of his toys to Epsom Hospital for Children.


Picture Benny R

Benny R

Many congratulations to Benny R in Year 3 on being the first ever recipient of our brand new RPC Award. Benny recently took part in a 5km “Tough Mudder” challenge and raised over £400 for Cancer Research UK. A fantastic achievement!
£400 for Cancer Research UK. A fantastic achievement!