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    We combine Highest Quality Learning with the commitment to nurturing in each student a sense of social awareness and responsibility.


    We support students to achieve their goals through an exceptional range of learning opportunities.



    Our dedicated teachers combine exceptional classroom experiences with warmth and respect.



    Our students are encouraged to learn through challenge and risk-taking.



    Regents is a school where everyone can feel at home.



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Key Stage 2 (Ages 7-11)

The principles and practices established for the younger age groups continue in Year 3, 4, 5 and 6: a broad and balanced curriculum, the creation of a positive and motivating learning environment, responsiveness to the attainment and progress of each student in class, and access to a wonderful range of facilities.

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In Year 3, 4, 5 and 6 our teachers focus closely on the specific learning needs of children of different ages to enable them to develop into advanced learners.

Key Characteristics
  • Our students continue to study the core subjects of Literacy (English), Mathematics, Science, Geography, History, Art and Design, Music, Physical Education (sport), ICT, Design Technology, Library Skills, Thai Language and Culture, and Personal, Social and Health Education.

  • From Year 3 we add to these subjects French, Spanish and Mandarin language for non-Thai nationals. At the end of Year 3 children are encouraged to choose one of the three languages to study from Year 4 onwards.

  • The curriculum has a topic-based approach, which ensures strong links are made between all subject areas. Our own Global Citizenship programme enriches the curriculum; each Year Group has a Community Partner with which they do service-based activities.

  • Other academic activities are planned and offered which are also designed to extend and enrich the curriculum, including poetry recitals, mental maths quizzes and writing competitions. There are many extra-curricular activities.

  • School trips remain an extremely important part of Year 3 - 6 enrichment. From Year 3 we add additional challenge by introducing residential trips, on which the students spend one or more nights away from home.

  • Specialist English language tuition is provided for pupils who are not native speakers, either in the classroom or in small specialists groups depending upon their ability.

  • Informal and formal assessment of each pupil’s level of attainment takes place throughout the year.


Benefitis to Our Students 
  • The breadth and balance of the English National Curriculum for Year 3 - 6 offers excellent preparation for future success in the Secondary School.

  • The emphasis on regular formal and informal assessment allows each individual student’s needs to be targeted and activities planned according to needs.

  • The Global Citizenship programme enhances students’ understanding of social and environmental  issues affecting the world.

  • Through the residential trips and other school activities pupils develop independence and confidence.

Key Contacts

Hannah Naowasuk, Assistant Head of Primary. 

Gemma Cottam, Head of Year 3.

Jonathan Way, Head of Year 4.

Emelia Stapely, Head of Year 5.

Kevin Higgins, Head of Year 6.