About Us

Image of exterior of R.G. Sinclair Public School.Welcome to R.G. Sinclair Public School. Our school, which serves students in Kindergarten to Grade 8, opened in 1950 in the growing community of Reddendale. It was named after chemistry professor and community volunteer Robert Gordon Sinclair who was once chair of the Kingston Township School Board.

Over the years, the school has grown and changed in response to the community around it. Initially, all students walked to school. Now, there is a combination of those who live in the immediate neighbourhood and those who are bused from the Sutton Mills area. Although our building has changed, with additions in 1955, 1958, 1968, and 1971, the vibrant spirit of the school has remained constant. This is a place which continues to provide a positive and enthusiastic environment in which our children can grow and learn.

We continue to be a thriving and progressive centre of learning that reflects and responds to the communities it serves. We are a partnership of students, teachers, parents, and support staff committed to building excellence together. The staff and parents will provide encouragement, support, opportunities, and guidance to all children as they grow emotionally, intellectually, and socially. Here students will discover the joy of lifelong learning.