‘I can’t believe the day really happened’, that is how a student from The Regis School summed up rubbing shoulders with celebrities and the prime minister at the Soccer Aid Reception yesterday.
Year 9 student Kendra was invited to represent UNICEF UK and The Regis School at the prestigious Soccer Aid Reception. Despite the Soccer Aid project being her first assignment as a UNICEF Young Reporter, she excelled in her role as an Ambassador for the organisation, alongside celebrities such as Usain Bolt and Sir Mo Farah.
The Third Annual Regis School Science Fair took place on Tuesday the 17th April in front of a packed audience of parents, teachers and invited guests.
17 Year 10 students attended an Easter residential at Caterham School last week as part of United Learning’s four-year university access programme United Access.
Staff and students at The Regis School are this week celebrating a highly positive Ofsted report. Following a two-day visit to the Bognor Regis school during which inspectors observed lessons and spoke to students, staff and parents, the school has received a fantastic report.
Year 9 student Courtney from The Regis School has been unveiled as the winner of United Learning’s annual Christmas design competition.
On Monday 25th September, a group of 20 GCSE Food Technology students at The Regis School worked with the charity UK Harvest to produce a meal made entirely from surplus food.
The Regis School students are celebrating excellent GCSE results this year, notably in English and maths, building on last week’s best ever A Level results.
Students achieving more of the top grades
Sixth Form students at The Regis School are today celebrating ‘best ever’ A Level and Level 3 Vocational results which show significant increases on previous years.