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Regent High School

FEELING PECKISH?

Want to know what's for lunch one day?  Thinking about a break time snack?  Click here to find out what's on the menu.

REGENT REPORTER OUT NOW!

The latest edition of our school magazine, which reflects on the successes of last academic year, is available to read now!  It's packed full of articles about what our students got up to throughout the year.

HIRING OUR AWARD-WINNING BUILDING

Would you like to hire our RIBA and Civic Trust Award-winning building? Do you need a space for your sports club? Are you looking for somewhere to stage a performance? We may be able to help! Call us on 020 7387 0126 or email enquiries@regenthighschool.org.uk to discuss your requirements. Read our Lettings pages for more information.

WELCOME TO 

REGENT HIGH

SCHOOL

Headteacher's welcome

 

 

 

 

 

 

I am delighted to welcome you to the Regent High School website, which offers a wealth of information about our vision for the future, the flourishing developments taking shape at our school and the many successes and achievements of our students.

Mr G Moore, Headteacher

Click here to read more.

Applying for a Sixth Form place for September 2021

Thinking about joining us in Year 12 in September 2021?  Visit our dedicated Sixth Form application page to find out everything you need to know about joining our fantastic Sixth Form next year.

Applying to Regent Sixth Form

 Get a sneak peak inside Regent High School and Regent Sixth Form

Regent Sixth Form film

Find out more about our excellent Sixth Form provision, hear from current students and find out what former Sixth Formers have gone on to do.

Regent High School film

See inside Regent High School with our brand new school film.  You'll meet Mr Moore, Mrs Burns, one of our Heads of Year, hear from students in Years 9 and 13, and see what a day in the life of Regent High School is like.

Online Parents' Evenings

We are moving our Parents' Evenings online this year to keep everyone safe.

There's lots more information on our website, as well as links to the SchoolCloud system.

Visit our Parents' Evening page for more information.

SchoolCloud Parents Evening - Bett Show at ExCeL London | The World's  Leading Education Technology Show

Homework and home learning

We are using Google Classroom to support students' homework and home learning.

Read this letter to find out more.

Staying safe during coronavirus

We are working hard to keep students, staff, families and visitors safe during the coronavirus pandemic.

We have a special page on our website to keep everyone informed of the steps we are taking. 

Go to our COVID-19 page to find out more.

Looking for more information?

We produce a range of resources to help students, parents and carers.  Here are some quick links to the ones you'll find most helpful.

Guide for parents/carers

Calendar for parents/carers

Letters for parents/carers

Guide for students

Keeping in touch

Do you follow us on Twitter?  If not, you should!  Follow us to stay up-to-date.

@RegentHighSch

 

 

Latest News

Diary Dates

Arrangements for W/C 8 March 2021

Updated Monday 3 March 2021 

Re-opening of schools from Monday

We have summarised the arrangements for the re-opening of Regent High School from Monday 8 March 2021 in this letter to all parents and carers.  

 

Mr Moore has recorded a message to explain the arrangements for returning to school.

 

 

Before students can return, we will be undertaking a programme of lateral flow testing.  The following table shows which day students in each year group will be tested, and the day they will then return to face-to-face lessons.  We have produced guidance for parents and carers on how to give consent for students to have lateral flow tests.

 

Year

Lateral Flow
Testing

In school classroom
lessons begin

11

Mon 8th

Tue 9th

10

Tue 9th

Wed 10th

13

Tue 9th/Wed 10th

Wed 10th – P3 onwards

12

Wed 10th/Thurs 11th 

Thu 11th – P3 onwards

9

Wed 10th

Thu 11th

8

Thu 11th

Fri 12th

7

Fri 12th

Mon 15th

 

Continue to scroll down to find out the continuing arrangements for remote learning during W/C 1 March 2021

Remote learning during the national lockdown

Following the Prime Minister's announcement on Monday 4 January 2021, the revised arrangements for this term will continue after the February half term holiday.

  

Students who are classed as ‘vulnerable’ or whose parents/carers are key workers can attend lessons on-site.  This group will largely include those students who attended school in person in the summer; if you believe your child(ren) should now be considered as part of this group, please email enquiries@regenthighschool.org.uk stating the reasons for their attendance at school. 


Regent High School is closed to all other students.  We will update families when students are able to return to school.

 

During the school closure period, students will undertake remote 'live' lessons using Google Classroom/Google Meet, according to their usual timetable. 

 

In case you need a reminder of the times of the school day during the closure period, here you go:

Period 1 8.45-9.35am
Period 2 9.35-10.25am
Tutor time (RESPECT/assembly) 10.25-10.45am
Break

10.45-11.05am

We recommend time away from screens during break

Period 3 11.05-11.55am
Period 4 11.55am-12.45pm
Lunch

12.45-1.30pm

We recommend time away from screens during lunchtime

Period 5 1.30-2.20pm
Period 6 2.20-3.10pm

We have produced guidance for families about remote learning.

 

Remote learning will involve students participating in ‘live’ lessons using Google Classroom and Google Meet.  Lessons will take place as per students' timetables.  If students require temporary access to a device or the Internet to facilitate home learning, please email Reception on enquiries@regenthighschool.org.uk to request support.    

 

We shared more detail about our remote learning provision at the Parent. Carer and Staff Forum meeting on 19 January 2021.  Take a look at the presentation.

 

Find out more about our remote learning provision on our dedicated page.

Free School Meals and Breakfast Club arrangements

Free School Meal vouchers

We have arranged Wonde food vouchers for all students eligible for Free School Meals. 

 

Parents/carers of eligible students in Years 7 to 13 will be sent emails and text messages to access your vouchers when they become available.  This allows you to select which supermarket you would like to use, and to either print your voucher or show it on your smartphone at the checkout.  If you don't believe you've received an email from Wonde, please check your 'junk' or 'spam' folder in case the email is sitting there.

 

This guide explains how to access your Wonde vouchers.

 

If you have not received an email from Wonde, please contact Reception on enquiries@regenthighschool.org.uk, providing your child's full name and tutor group, along with your full name and mobile number so that we can look into this for you.

 

These arrangements will continue until further notice.

 

If you are a parent/carer of a student in Year 7 who is eligible for Free School Meals and you have not collected your paper vouchers covering weeks commencing 11 January, 18 January, 25 January and 1 February, please collect these from Reception.  Reception is open each day from 9.00am to 2.30pm.

 

Stuck for recipe ideas?  Scroll down the Olive Dining page to find some easy-to-make meal ideas.

 

Breakfast Club 

If you receive our Breakfast Club take-home packs, these will be available from Reception every other week.  Please email enquiries@regenthighschool.org.uk to confirm that you are on our collection list, and to be advised when you can collect your next pack. 

Sources of support

 Remember that there is lots of information on our website to support students and parents/carers at this difficult time. 

 

If you need something to do during an evening or at the weekend, don't forget to take a look at our 'Extending learning' page and the virtual school library for inspiration.

Rapid COVID-19 testing

We started to deliver 'rapid' lateral flow testing on Thursday 7 January ,

beginning with staff then students who are attending school on-site because they are vulnerable or the children of key workers.  Testing for all other students is described in the letter at the top of this page; if you have already returned your consent form, we will retain it on file in readiness for when your child is tested. 

 

Our updated letter and consent form provide further information about rapid COVID-19 testing.

 

Continue to visit our website regularly to check for further updates.