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Regent High School

What makes us unique

Regent High School

  • Rated 'Good' by Ofsted; please click here to read our full Ofsted report. Ofsted state ‘a significant proportion of students made outstanding progress in 2012’ and ‘results are improving rapidly’ (Nov 2012) 
  • Innovative, dynamic and challenging curriculum
  • Specialist status in Visual and Performing Arts
  • Lead Practitioners in English, Mathematics and Science
  • Extensive partnerships with well-regarded institutions offering numerous opportunities for students. Partners include: UCL, UCL Institute of Education, Rothschild, Wellcome Trust, British Land and The Francis Crick Institute, the British Library and the Roundhouse
  • The first school member, and only secondary school member, of the King's Cross Knowledge Quarter, a consortium of 59 knowledge-led and knowledge-rich organisations within a one mile radius of the British Library
  • Strong home-school communications to ensure parents are kept informed of their child’s progress
  • ‘Friendship Afternoon’ to welcome prospective Year 7 students and their parents
  • Strong relationship with feeder primary schools including masterclasses, taster sessions and educational workshops
  • Thriving PE department with many successful sports teams and participation in the inter-school Camden Shield
  • Lead school for EU-funded Erasmus+ project, working with partner schools in Germany, Hungary and Spain

Regent Sixth Form

  • Popular, successful and expanding Sixth Form, offering a personalised, stimulating and challenging post-16 experience
  • Impressive results, with a 98% pass rate at advanced level qualification in 2015
  • A broad and dynamic curriculum, designed to meet the needs, talents and interests of every student
  • Unrivalled support and guidance in completing university applications and offering career advice, including a 1:1 mentoring scheme with external partners
  • Access to state-of-the-art facilities including a fully equipped fitness suite
  • Sixth Form privileges and responsibilities, including mentoring and volunteering opportunities, becoming Student Leaders and working as Sixth Form Lunchtime Supervisors
  • Proven track record of students progressing onto a range of university courses, including biomedical and forensic sciences, law, nursing and geography at a number of prestigious institutions
  • Initiatives to further ambition and career development, including careers days, academic booster sessions and mentoring schemes