Making Learning Accessible for All
Regent is an inclusive, non-judgemental school, which exercises a positive admissions policy and considers every application on an individual basis.
An equal opportunity to flourish
“Inclusive education is the process through which schools develop systems, classrooms, programs and activities so that all students are able to learn, develop and participate together. In an inclusive school, the curriculum, physical surroundings and school community should reflect the views and characteristics of its students. An inclusive school honours diversity and respects all individuals. Inclusion does not mean treating people the same without regard for individual differences” (KHDA inspection report, 2019-20 ).
We encourage all families to have open and honest conversations with us regarding their children. We will work with you to achieve and deliver the best for your child. Our Achievement Centre (formerly known as the Individual Needs Department) is a caring and nurturing department that enables the best and most supportive environment for education. Our role is to determine how we can best meet the needs of a wide variety of learners so that all students can access an appropriate, meaningful, and suitably-challenging education.
Additional Educational Needs
We assess each child’s individual learning, language, and social-emotional needs upon entry to the school to determine the ways in which we can best support their progress, learning and personal development.
Our team of specialists works in partnership with the class teachers, parents and external specialists to develop Individual Achievement Plans for students with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities.
Targeted intervention, both within and outside of the classroom, is provided by our experienced team of Individual Needs Support Assistants and/or School Counsellor to ensure the best possible learning to take place.
Able Gifted & Talented
We identify students who are Able, Gifted and Talented through Standardised Assessments (CAT4 and Progress Tests). Our teachers also use subject specific criteria to identify students who have exceptional gifts or talents in practical areas such as Performing Arts and Sports.
Students have access to high quality teaching and interventions. They are given opportunities to explore learning skills and content beyond their curriculum years. Students are provided with enrichment activities both in and outside of the classroom to strength and challenge them.
Students have access to Extra Curricular Activities (ECA) that are specifically designed to extend their learning beyond the classroom. Able Gifted and Talented (AG&T) students have a ‘Pupil Passport’ which details key information about their character, learning styles and educational achievements.
Junior Maths Challenge
Regent Year 6 students preparing for the United Kingdom Mathematics Trust (UKMT) Junior Maths Challenge. This is a national mathematics competition in the United Kingdom aimed at students in Year 8 and below. It consists of a series of challenging multiple-choice and non-multiple-choice questions designed to test problem-solving and mathematical reasoning skills. The competition aims to inspire and engage young students in mathematics while recognizing and celebrating their achievements in the subject.
My child is really happy at Regent. He knows this is a safe and fun environment, his feels loved and nourished, and his mental wellbeing always comes first.
Liudmila Oberfeld, Regent Parent
My kids love the school! Teachers and staff are approachable, friendly, and ready to listen to our concerns and always address our children’s individual needs! Highly recommended!
Nagham Ezzeddine, Regent Parent
Each day at the school has been amazing for my daughter. She loves learning new things and Regent provides the right opportunities for her.
Nazish Khan, Regent Parent
It was an honour to have enriching interactions with the students and nurturers of Regent on their unique platform, Think & Thrive. I was impressed by the students’ perceptive and mature observations and questions.
Suparna Menon, Partner MEA, IBM iX, Guest Speaker
Possibilities are infinite at Regent. There are no limits to letting my child’s imagination grow. He has become ambitious in his thinking and outlook, which is great. Children are encouraged to take chances, try anything and not be afraid.
John Wesley, Regent Parent
Regent is an amazing school with great facilities and an exceptional learning environment for all year groups and ages. The strong sense of community makes Regent more than just a place to study
Jayden Dowson, Head Boy
Very strong curriculum with rich learning opportunities that has a positive impact on the child’s progress.
The quality of curriculum provided by the school is outstanding. It is broad and balanced, and enriched by a wide range of extracurricular activities. A thematic approach is used across the school to develop learning through connections across subjects, context and the pupils’ passions.