Creating a Community of Informed and Involved Parents
In tune with Fortes Education’s ethos of providing the best and most holistic education, Regent polices are driven by the need to ensure the optimum mental and physical growth of students and satisfaction of parents. Along with exceptional education, we also provide excellent facilities for catering, transport, uniforms and parent engagement that aid the delivery of education in the best possible way.
We encourage developing healthy eating habits among children. Towards this end, we have partnered with Master Cook, the catering experts, to make bespoke and nutritious catering menus and meal programmes for our children. They can also opt for pre-packaged food in environment-friendly packs. We also provide Grab & Go snacks for them.
Menu and Pricing
Keeping in mind the varied preferences and diverse cultures, our menu offers a wide range of options at an affordable price of AED 24.15 including VAT. The nut-free menu is designed with dietary restrictions in mind. Parents can access the weekly menu via our parent communication portal, VLE by clicking on ‘Catering’.
Health & Safety
Master Cook takes robust safety measures in their kitchens, ensuring that all food is prepared with a Safety Ambassador to monitor quality and hygiene. All Dubai Municipality protocols are strictly followed in the preparation of meals.
How to book meals for your child?
For EYFS and Primary students, parents can book their child’s pre-packed lunch meal online, by following the steps below.
Step 1: Log on to our parent communication portal, VLE, and click on ‘Catering’.
Step 2: The ‘Catering’ link will redirect to our caterer, Master Cook’s booking link where EYFS and Primary parents can select one of our 5 main dishes of the day, which gives the parents a choice of 90 options over the 4-week ordering period. The pre-packed lunch will be delivered to your child’s classroom prior to his or her scheduled lunch break.
Step 3: Parents can pay using credit or debit card. We are currently working on possibility of using school student ID for payment and shall notify you as soon as this is made available.
Secondary students can enjoy a grab-and-go option located in the school’s Secondary area during their morning snack break and lunch break times. The grab-and-go section will have a variety of sandwiches, salads, pre-packed lunch meals, and hot/cold drinks. Secondary students can pay using Apple pay, credit card, debit card or cash.
A Master Cook representative will be available to assist and answer catering-related queries from 7:15 AM until 8:15 AM, at the school reception. Alternatively, you can also contact Master Cook via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and one of their team members will contact you within 24 hours (Monday to Friday).
Students are mandated to wear the school uniform, which along with other accessories, can be purchased from the uniform shop. Parents can now make their purchases by placing an order through our Online Uniform Store. Payment can be made online for doorstep delivery or they can be picked up from the Uniform Shop located within the school building.
Our Uniform Shop Timings are from Monday to Thursday from 7:30 am to 9:30 am, and on Friday from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm. Please note, these times may vary during half-term breaks. For enquiries, please contact the Uniform Shop on Tel. +971 (0)4 360 8330, ext. 221.
Students are expected to be well-groomed and neatly dressed in ironed clothes. Extreme hairstyles, colours, nail polish, heels and boot style shoes are not allowed. Students wearing trousers must wear a black belt. Parents must provide an apron for Art & Crafts class. Shoulder-length hair must be tied up for swimming and other practical lessons such as Art and Crafts.
Students are required to wear black leather shoes and dark blue socks. For safety reasons, shoes should be flat with closed tops and laces or Velcro straps. It is essential that all items of uniform are marked with your child’s name.
Jewellery is not permitted with the exception of small stud earrings for girls or jewellery worn for religious purposes. These must be either removed or covered with tape by the parent on the day of PE. Year 4 students and older are allowed and encouraged to wear a watch to school.
|FS1||Monday to Thursday 7:45 am – 1:00 pm|
Friday 7:45 am-12:00 pm
|FS2||Monday to Thursday 7:45 am – 1:00 pm|
Friday 7:45 am-12:00 pm
|Year 1 and Year 2||Monday to Thursday 7:45 am – 2:40 pm|
Friday 7:45 am-12:00 pm
|Year 3 to Year 6||Monday to Thursday 7:45 am – 2:50 pm|
Friday 7:45 am-12:00 pm
|Year 7 to Year 11||Monday to Thursday 7:30 am – 3:00 pm|
Friday 7:30 am-12:00 pm
Regent International School uses an independent third-party bus operator ‘My Bus Transport Services LLC’ to make the school run as easy as possible.
‘My Bus’ operates an air-conditioned and efficient transport service to various parts of Dubai. Parents may avail of this service at their own discretion and cost.
Transport fees are paid in advance prior to the beginning of every term on the following dates:
Term 1: 1st August
Term 2: 15th November
Term 3: 15th February
The transport service, routes and fees are governed by the third-party transport company’s rules and regulations, which are subject to change at any time. All payments must be made to the transport company’s name and account as follows:
‘MY BUS’ ACCOUNT DETAILS
Account Name: My Bus Transport Services LLC
Account Number: 101-43212798-01
Bank: EMIRATES NBD
Branch: Group Head Office
Iban Number: AE310260001014321279801
Remarks: Student Name / Year Group / Term (1,2,3) / Transport Fees
Please email proof of payment of the transport fees to: email@example.com Copy: firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com
Click here to view our bus service booking procedure
|1||Emirates Hills and Emirates Living|
|3||Jumeirah Lake Towers|
|11||Tecom, The Greens, Al Barsha (near Mall of Emirates)|
|14||Motor City, Sports City|
|AREA||ZONE||SERVICE||ANNUAL FEE (AED)||TERM 1 (AED)||TERM 2 (AED)||TERM 3 (AED)|
|BUR DUBAI, SHEIKH ZAYED.||ZONE 1||2 WAY||9,700||3,880||2,910||2,910|
|ZONE 2||2 WAY||8,800||3,520||2,640||2,640|
|ZONE 3||2 WAY||7,500||3,000||2,250||2,250|
Regent fosters a strong Parent Engagement Programme making them an integral part of the community and actively encouraging their involvement in all aspects of school life. We invite parents to join the Friends of Regent International School (FRIS), a platform that enables them to participate in their child’s education and activities at school.
The Purpose of the Committee
FRIS is primarily a fund-raising and events organisation that aims to promote goodwill and increase parental interaction with the school, and to support it in specific FRIS events. To participate in FRIS, please send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Governance Committee, Regent International School Advisory Council (RISAC) comprises the Board of Directors (BOD) and an Advisory Council.
The Advisory Council includes all stakeholders such as parents, teachers and senior leaders. This body meets three to four times a year and provides regular inputs to the Board. The Advisory Council’s role is to support the continuous improvement of the school and ensure the school leadership’s accountability towards the quality of education delivered.
Sub-committees have also been created to enable parents and leaders to evaluate key aspects of provision in more detail. Sub-committees focus on key areas including: Inclusion, Child Protection, Safeguarding, Health & Safety, Learning and Teaching, Attainment and Progress, Leadership, and Professional Development.