Regent High School

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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

ARTSMARK GOLD

 

INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLS AWARD

 

LEADING PARENT PARTNERSHIP AWARD

 

STONEWALL SCHOOL CHAMPION

 

UNICEF RIGHTS RESPECTING SCHOOL AWARD