Regent’s STEAM and Design Thinking programme as well as the range of other Signature Programmes continue to distinguish and inspire our pedagogy in Year 10 and above.
Secondary at Regent
Our Secondary school phase stays true to Regent’s Positive Education (PosEd) ethos, based on the development of academic excellence, character, values and wellbeing. The learning at Key Stage 3 (Year 7 to 9) provides a solid foundation to the next stage of a student’s educational journey in Key Stage 4 (Year 10 to 11) of the GCSEs and Sixth Form (Year 12 to 13) of the A-levels.
We have created an inspiring curriculum in Key Stage 3 (Year 7 to 9) that combines Maths, the Sciences and Technology with the Liberal Arts and Humanities that enable tomorrow’s leaders to make a name for themselves with their global perspective and holistic approach to life.
Students learn about the challenges of the workplace through guidance from our Careers Rising programme. They work on developing their resumé and job interview skills, take up summer internships at leading partner corporates and are mentored through Regent’s ‘Think & Thrive’ entrepreneurial speaker series.
In Year 10 and 11, students undertake a rigorous and stimulating two-year formal programme of the study of the internationally recognised GCSE / IGCSE qualification (the [International] General Certificate Secondary Examination from Cambridge University).
Our Options Booklet gives information about the courses students could study in Years 10 and 11. The booklet is useful as a guide to choosing the right options throughout the two-year IGCSE and GCSE. It will inform you about the areas of study within each subject and can be used to support teaching and learning.
Regent students and parents can download the PDF version of the Key Stage 4 Options Booklet from our parent communication portal, VLE
Our dynamic and innovative Sixth Form curriculum is embedded with the Positive Education philosophy and is designed to meet the needs, talents and interest of our students and help them excel in all areas.
Our Options Booklet will give information about the courses students can study in Years 12 and 13. It serves as a useful guide to choosing the right options as well as a reference throughout the two year A Levels. It will inform you about the areas of study within each subject and can be used to support the teaching and learning.
Regent students and parents can download the PDF version of the Sixth Form Options Booklet from our parent communication portal, VLE.
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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.
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!
Each day at the school has been amazing for my daughter.
She loves learning new things and
Regent provides the right opportunities for her.
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.
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.
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
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.