Regent’s Wellbeing Zone
A Space to Discuss, Inspire and Direct Lifestyle Practices that Lead to a Healthy Body and Mind
True wellbeing is defined by many things, from what you eat to the way you move, sleep and think. On our wellbeing page you will find articles, guided practices and information on many different topics that will help you on your own wellness journey. Additionally, we have focused on the current health crisis, and how we can help ourselves stay fit, stay healthy and stay calm during this period.
School, studying, friendships and relationships…they can be exciting, fun, overwhelming and stressful. It is extremely important to take care of yourself, not just physically through healthy eating, exercising and sleeping well but also from a social and emotional perspective.
These mindful colouring sheets can be used as calming activities with you and your family
Try these breathing and brain break activities
We understand that sometimes it takes a village to get it right. To ensure our students have a 360- degree support system, we have gathered useful links and resources on topics ranging from how to help your children to taking care of yourself.
This resource supports children to express and identify their feelings
This resource provides top tips when supporting children with anxiety
As educators and caretakers, the responsibility towards health is not limited to others…it is equally essential to ensure that you pay attention to your own wellbeing, across the physical, social and emotional spheres to enable you to give your best.
Here are 6 exercises to try that will increase your positive emotions and wellbeing
Experience the power of gratitude. Download your own Gratitude Journal
Try this simple technique to help an agitated student regain the state of mind needed for learning
Wellbeing Webinar: Back to School – We’re Ready! Are You?
Watch this Wellbeing Webinar hosted by our Head of Positive Education and Wellbeing Specialist, Dr Kayleigh Sumner, where she talks about strategies to help children manage their worries and build resilience. The strategies discussed are embedded in the latest research and information about spotting signs of anxiety that will offer practical tips for managing emotions and vulnerabilities, and present home-based anxiety management tools for children.
Keep an eye out for more wellness events happening this academic year!
Contacting The Wellbeing Team
The Wellbeing Team at Regent International School is always here to assist you. Reach out to them via the VLE by selecting the ‘Contact School Department’ option and selecting your child’s name. The designated Wellbeing Department (EYFS/ Primary/ Secondary) for your child will then appear in the drop-down menu, please type your message and submit. A member of the Wellbeing Team will be in touch with you to see how they can best support you and your family.
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.