A Commitment to Helping Every Child Flourish
We want every student to reach their full potential, regardless of where they start. Regent is an inclusive school that works hard to ensure every child’s unique needs and interests are met.
Ensuring High Academic & Social Success
We assess our students according to the English National curriculum standards. Thus, we administer GL Progress Tests in English, Maths, and Science at the end of each school year. These standardised tests help us gauge our students’ progress and understand our performance as compared to the UK and International schools’ education benchmarks.
We pride ourselves on creating a learning environment that doesn’t revolve around testing. However, the GL Progress Tests have shown us that our students perform at the top of the league tables among Dubai schools and significantly above students enrolled in UK schools. More than half of our students exceeded the average test results in each core subject.
Our unique curriculum when combined with outstanding teaching by expert teachers and other faculty members, helps students achieve academic, social and personal success. For us, the starting point is not important as our aim is to ensure every child makes better-than-expected progress. Regent is an inclusive school that truly values the uniqueness of every child.
We ensure that we reach every student, ignite their passion for learning, and put in place a curriculum that is exciting and relevant, arming them with learning skills that make them ready to face all challenges. With our world-class teaching and learning approaches and a focus on pupil wellbeing, we have the full capability to ensure that we fulfill our commitment to each child’s success.
Attainment and Progress in the Foundation Stage in English, Maths and Science are judged as ‘Outstanding Year on Year’ by the KHDA.
Progress in the Primary phase in English, Maths and Science is judged as ‘Very Good’ year on year by the KHDA.
Progress in all National Curriculum Core Subjects in Foundation Stage and Primary judged as ‘Outstanding’ by the British Schools Overseas.
“Most students have well-developed research and critical thinking skills and can apply these very successfully to solve scientific investigations and problems. Students reflect confidently on their own work, and that of others, at the end of lessons.” – DSIB 2022-23
“A strength in mathematics is the methodology used across all the phases, to help students acquire both knowledge and skills. This is done using the three-stage approach of fluency, reasoning and problem-solving.” – DSIB 2022-23
Attainment and progress in English are ‘Outstanding’ in all phases throughout the school as judged by the British Schools Overseas.
“The school modifies the curriculum very effectively to meet the changing needs of different groups of students. Student learning is enhanced through their involvement in innovative projects such as, Science Technology Engineering Arts and Mathematics (STEAM)” – DSIB 2022-23
“Inclusion leaders provide specific training for teachers and support staff to help them meet individual student needs. They also modify the curriculum to enable students to achieve their targets. Very effective personal support from staff underpins students’ development of independence.” – DSIB 2022-23
“Students are ambitious, motivated learners and demonstrate a strong work ethic. A culture of self-control and independence is present within the entire school community. Students at all levels take opportunities to engage in leadership roles and responsibilities when they are able to do so.” – DSIB 2022-23