In our curriculum vision statement we say that we want students to have 'an appreciation of human creativity and achievement'. There are a multitude of ways that you can extend your learning about this; you might use educational resources online, do additional reading on a topic, watch documentaries, theatre productions and films, or take a virtual tour of a gallery or museum.
On this page you will find links to lots of these resources. We encourage all students to try as many as they are able; doing these activities will help your general knowledge as well as supporting you to know more about particular topics.
Some of these resources may require a payment; please speak with an adult before following such links.
You might want to start by joining one of our clubs. Go to the 'Clubs and activities' page to find out more.
Camden Youth Council
Camden Youth Council has announced that they will be working with The Black Curriculum to bring a fascinating series of free online (Zoom) modules on Black History - covering Migration, Politics and the Legal System, Art History, Land and the Environment - to Camden children and young people (primary and secondary ages) starting from Thursday 15 October. More details on Camden Rise website here.
Somers Town: our local area
Somers Town is rich in history, and the Somers Town History Space is the perfect place to start to find out more. There are lots of opportunities to find out more and get involved.
You might also find this Wikipedia entry of interest.
The BBC has launched the most extensive learning resources in its history. BBC Bitesize Daily, BBC Daily Online and BBC Four have resources tailored to students from Years 7 to 13 (and primary pupils as well), in addition to their usual BBC Bitesize resources.
The Oak National Academy has set up an online classroom to provide access to a range of lessons by year group and subject.
Try to earn yourself all eight coveted BBC Blue Peter badges by completing a range of challenges.
Century is the tried and tested intelligent intervention tool that combines learning science, AI and neuroscience.
Find out interesting facts and take quizzes with encyclopaedia maker Dorling Kindersley's DK Find Out!
Google Arts and Culture lets you explore the world's best art and culture for free, including tours of museums and galleries.
Take online courses with some of the world's best universities courtesy of Future Learn.
Explore the more than 100 organisations that make up the Knowledge Quarter, one of the greatest knowledge clusters anywhere in the world! Regent High School is a very proud member of the partnership.
The RSA encourages the release of human potential to address the challenges that society faces.
Improve your learning prowess with Seneca.
Storymaps create videos on all sorts of different topics.
Use the amazing resources of TEDEd to find out about a whole range of topics.
Use Twinkl to find resources for a whole range of subjects.
Want to watch smart videos for curious minds of all ages? Take a look at The Kids Should See This.
BBC Bitesize careers has lots of information about the careers that might interest you.
Founders for Schools, who work with schools and employers to provide up-to-date careers advice.
Read about Future First, who run our alumni network.
icould has lots of information and videos for you to watch, including real people reflecting on their jobs and careers.
The National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work.
You've seen the posters around school, now visit the Success at School website to research where different subjects can take you. They have produced this handy careers action plan template to help you with your research and planning. They have also made their subject guides free to access.
Find out more about progressing on to university through the UniTasterDays website. There's material there whether you're in Key Stage 3, 4 or 5!
The Camden Careers and Connexions service is offering a virtual drop-in for young people who want to talk to an adviser about jobs, education, training or apprenticeships. The service is available from Mondays to Fridays, from 10.00am-1.00pm and 2.00-4.00pm. Call 020 7974 7252 to speak to an adviser.
Camden Spark, Camden's Local Cultural Education Partnership, has a whole page of their website dedicated to arts and cultural activities for children and young people.
Minecraft: Education is an open-world game that promotes creativity, collaboration, and problem-solving in an immersive environment where the only limit is your imagination.
Learn a musical instrument by joining Myleene Klass online every day for Myleene's Music Klass.
Use TinkerCad to create 3D digital designs.
Explore the vast collection of the British Museum, which is home to some 8 million objects from around the world. This leaflet has been specially created to help you explore the British Museum while it is closed.
Britain's National Theatre has a whole host of content online about how it creates its amazing productions. You can also watch full-length plays for free at 7.00pm on Thursdays during the coronavirus closure.
Indulge your love of the Bard with Shakespeare's Globe.
There's something for everyone at the United States' Smithsonian Institution, the world's largest museum and research complex.
BBC News is the largest broadcast news operation in the world.
Keep up-to-date with news created for young people by watching BBC Newsround.
Find out what's happening in business through City AM.
In existence since 1843, The Economist gives you 'the world at your fingertips'. (Subscription needed to access full content.)
Need to know what's happening across London? Read the Evening Standard.
Stay up-to-date with our local national newspaper, The Guardian.
The i newspaper is aims to provide news 'without the jargon or bluster'.
In a hurry? Catch-up with the day's news with the Metro.
The Telegraph has been sharing the news for over 160 years. (Subscription needed to access full content.)
The Times is Britain’s oldest national daily newspaper. (Subscription needed to access full content.)
Join Joe Wicks for his 9.00am 'PE with Joe' sessions.
Je parle des langues! / Hablo idiomas! / Ich spreche Sprachen!
Improve your French or Spanish, or learn a new language altogether with Duolingo.
Use Rosetta Stone for free during the closure period to improve your language ability.
Knowledge of the world
Big History examines our past, explains our present, and imagines our future. It's a story about us.
Impress your family with your knowledge of the world with these Geography Games.
Numeracy and maths
Key Stage 3 students can use Carol Vorderman's The Maths Factor to develop their numerical skills.
Reading, literacy, literature
Join David Walliams at 11.00am every morning when he reads from one of his hugely successful books in his 'Elevenses with The World of David Walliams' slot.
Immerse yourself in the wonderful world of Harry Potter through the Wizarding World website.
The National Literacy Trust has made lots of literacy resources available for free.
Visit the Regent High School Virtual School Library for even more literary links and recommendations.
Science with Maddie and Greg is available to watch online every morning at 11.00am.
Unleash your inner medic or scientist by watching Dr Xand and Dr Chris's Operation Ouch videos.
If you've got a garden or a balcony, here are some nature activities from the Woodland Trust that you could try.
Additional ideas during the coronavirus pandemic
See this motivational video from PiXL about how to spend your time wisely during the time school is closed.
Watch free, live, interactive lessons from inspiring teachers at AimHi.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, TEDEd has launched TED-Ed@Home.
Create a pandemic diary: be inspired by writers such as Samuel Pepys, whose diary entries about the Great Fire of London and the Plague have helped historians today understand how people coped in a crisis. Write or draw something every day to show how you are feeling, what you have seen or experienced.