Learning beyond the classroom
Regent High School provides a comprehensive enrichment programme for all students.
We offer an extensive range of extra-curricular activities that run during lunchtime and after school hours designed to meet the needs and interests of each student. Through offering these enriching opportunities, we see students learn new skills, meet new friends, develop team work and become more independent.
We encourage students to participate in at least one extra-curricular activity a week and with the help of our student ambassadors, our staff organise inter-community competitions to promote healthy competition among our students.
Our enrichment programme also involves a number of visits, trips and work experience supported by our partnerships with local business. These allow students to develop skills which are taught at school, and encourage them to apply them to a work environment. We try to keep charges for trips to a minimum, but any charges will be advised in advance.
To find out more about what clubs we offer click here.
Year 7s at Regent High School use a programme called Accelerated Reader to develop their reading skills and to gain a lifelong enjoyment of reading. By logging onto the website, students can search the school library catalogue for books that are appropriate for their reading level and age group. They can also take a quiz to check their understanding of a book they have finished and earn points.