The Repton Prize is a formal award recognising a Sixth Former’s commitment to an all-round education. It is about personal development and individual challenge for its own sake, and has been written to reflect the School's Values and Aims. The Repton Prize is awarded on Speech Day, and recognises at the moment of graduation, the whole school contribution that each Reptonian can make.
There are four parts to the Prize:
- Physical activity
- Culture and communication
- Service to others
Pupils must achieve the stated number of credits in each of the four parts and the Prize is achieved at either the Blue or the Gold level. The expectation is that all Reptonians joining the Sixth Form are capable of and have the opportunities to achieve the Repton Prize at at least the Blue level.