STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT CELEBRATED AT REGENT HIGH SCHOOL’S ANNUAL AWARDS CEREMONY AT CENTRAL SAINT MARTINS
Regent High School celebrated another year of students’ impressive achievements at their annual awards ceremony, hosted by one of the school’s partners, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London.
The event was opened with speeches by Rosemary Leeke, Headteacher, Councillor Jonathan Simpson, the Mayor of Camden, and Jonathan Barratt, Dean of Development and Quality at Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design.
In addition to recognising students’ academic achievements and their contributions to school life, the event also congratulated those students who successfully completed courses of study in Years 11 and 13 last academic year. There was also an opportunity for Regent Sixth Form students to showcase their musical talents, with guests enjoying a number of musical performances, vocal and instrumental, throughout the evening.
The awards ceremony concluded with the presentation of five awards by Rosemary Leeke, Headteacher, for significant academic and personal success throughout the 2012-2013 academic year.
Rosemary Leeke commented: ‘At Regent High School we believe that celebrating, recognising and rewarding our students for their achievements is fundamental to their success. We are looking forward to being able to host this wonderful event in our exceptional new building in 2014.’
Naz Jumaa, Senior Student Leader, said: ‘It’s great to be part of a school where teachers acknowledge and reward students for their hard work and contributions to school life. The awards ceremony encourages all students to maintain motivation and to be ambitious.’