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A Level Success

We are delighted to advise that today saw the publication of the best Regent House A level results in our history placing us amongst the very highest achieving schools in N Ireland. 

The improvement trend continues - this is the fifth year in a row we have published our best A Levels results!

  • 93% of students achieved at least 3 A*-C grades compared to 86% in 2018 (used in Belfast Telegraph leagues tables). Only two schools in N Ireland scored higher than this in Summer 2018.

  • 99% of female students achieved at least 3 A*-C grades

  • 68% of students achieved at least 3 A*-B grades (minimum entry to QUB) compared to 62% in 2018

  • 83% of grades achieved were A*, A or B compared to 78% in 2018

  • 35 students gained at least 3 A grades, 5 of whom achieved at least 3A* grades

Congratulations to all pupils and staff on the results attained.

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This weeks exam results!

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This weeks exam results!

Good luck to everyone receiving exam results this week.. Just a reminder, results are available from 9am on Thursday morning with Senior and Careers staff on-hand to guide and support in any way they can!

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Anna's Water Polo Success

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Anna's Water Polo Success

Congratulations to Anna Reilly, who represented Ireland this summer in the ASA U16 Inter-regional competition in Walsall, in which Ireland were undefeated in all matches!

Anna also took part in an Open-Water swim in San Francisco Bay, crossing the treacherous stretch of water from Alcatraz to San Francisco, complete with sharks. No prisoner was ever able to make the escape attempt following this route (unless you are a fan of Sean Connery movies) but Anna completed the crossing with the Coco Channel swim team.

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New Information for Staff Email

New Information for Staff Email

There has been a change to how Staff can access their emails both through the C2K MySchool page as well as on their personal device.

To access emails through the MySchool website, you can log in normally to https://www.c2kschools.net and select the Office 365 option.

From there, you can open Outlook which will allow you access to your emails.

To add emails to your personal device, you first must remove any previous work email account on your device. Once removed, follow the below information depending on your device:

FOR IOS10 and HIGHER

  1. Go to Settings > Passwords & Accounts, then tap Add Account

  2. Select Exchange

  3. Enter your Name, Email Address and Password

  4. Email Address should be as follows: <username>@c2ken.net (e.g. ateacher123@c2ken.net)

  5. Give the Account a Description

  6. Tap Next and select Sign In

  7. Log in with you normal C2K Username and Password

  8. Tap Sign In or Next and press Save

FOR ANDROID

  1. Open your email app of choice and choose Add Account

  2. Select Office 365

  3. Enter your Email Address

  4. Email address should be as follows: <username>@c2ken.net (e.g. ateacher123@c2ken.net)

  5. Tap Next and enter your normal C2K Username and Password

  6. Tap Sign In and press Save

Any problems relating to work email, please contact the school.

It's that time again.....

It's that time again.....

We would like to wish our pupils, parents/guardians, staff and everyone else in our school community a very enjoyable, relaxing and exciting summer break.

Hopefully the sunny weather stays with us during the holidays and we look forward to seeing you all again when we return for the new academic year!

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      The 2019 Tennis season for the boys tennis club was full of highs and lows!         The Senior tennis team beat Omagh towns Christian Brothers Grammar School in the first round 6-0. They then went on to defeat Friends School Lisburn in the Quarter – Finals 6-0, only to be defeated by a strong RBAI team in the Semi-Finals of the Schools Cup 0-6. The squad consisted of Ross Jenkinson, (Captain) Adam McGrath, Jared Martin, Patrick Mayne, Charlie McClements, Stephen McIlorum and John Morrison.        

  

    
       
      
         
          
             
                  
             
          

          

         
      
       
    

  


          

  

    
       
      
         
          
             
                  
             
          

          

         
      
       
    

  


       The Junior Boys tennis team won their group comfortably to progress to the Semi-Finals beating Killicomaine, Banbridge, St. Michaels Enniskillen and Wallace HS. They then went to Ballymena Academy and beat Coleraine in straight games 6-0 progressing to the final for the 2nd year in row. Unfortunately CCB where too strong on the day and won 4-2. The squad consisted of Max Jenkinson, Noah Cotter, Oliver Montorio and (Captain) Braiden McGrath.         Well done to all involved!

The 2019 Tennis season for the boys tennis club was full of highs and lows!

The Senior tennis team beat Omagh towns Christian Brothers Grammar School in the first round 6-0. They then went on to defeat Friends School Lisburn in the Quarter – Finals 6-0, only to be defeated by a strong RBAI team in the Semi-Finals of the Schools Cup 0-6. The squad consisted of Ross Jenkinson, (Captain) Adam McGrath, Jared Martin, Patrick Mayne, Charlie McClements, Stephen McIlorum and John Morrison.

The Junior Boys tennis team won their group comfortably to progress to the Semi-Finals beating Killicomaine, Banbridge, St. Michaels Enniskillen and Wallace HS. They then went to Ballymena Academy and beat Coleraine in straight games 6-0 progressing to the final for the 2nd year in row. Unfortunately CCB where too strong on the day and won 4-2. The squad consisted of Max Jenkinson, Noah Cotter, Oliver Montorio and (Captain) Braiden McGrath.

Well done to all involved!

Bryn is 'In-line' for greatness in Barcelona

Bryn is 'In-line' for greatness in Barcelona

Congratulations to Bryn Dickson, who has been representing Ireland at u16 level for Inline hockey. He was in Barcelona at a tournament over Easter where he picked up a few goals along with Man of the match performances.

He has now been selected to represent u18 at the World Championships in Barcelona from 25th June – 5th July .

This has been a great achievement for Bryn following his ACL rupture and leg fracture, he is also the only young person from the whole of Northern Ireland to be selected.

Anna's Water Polo in (Black)pool

Anna's Water Polo in (Black)pool

Best wishes to Anna Reilly who has been selected to play for Ireland u15 girls in the ASA inter-regional Water Polo tournament in Blackpool, July 6-7th!

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We have a DEAR Day on its way!

We have a DEAR Day on its way!

To end this term and maybe get a head start into reading some good literature over the summer (Who doesn’t love a good book on holiday!) we are having our final DEAR (Drop Everything and Read) Day of the academic year.

It’s going to be on Friday 21st June, periods 2 and 5.

Please make sure you have something to read next Friday, and you might discover a book you can’t put down until it’s done!

Sophie's Camogie Success

Sophie's Camogie Success

Sophie McGrath 10F has been selected onto the U14 County Down Camogie team.

Sophie will be involved in playing inter-county matches throughout the summer and will attend the inter-pro competition at the end of the summer.

New Blazer Crest is Best!

New Blazer Crest is Best!

Our new updated crest is now present on blazers that can be purchased for September 2019 and onward!

As mentioned in letters home, there will be no requirement to immediately adopt the new design, instead phasing it through over 2 years until June 2021.

A better look at the crests, as well the new 6th form ties can be seen in the next image. Again, there will be a 2 year phasing in period for the new ties. The new design is much crisper than the older design with it’s surround.

We hope you like the changes to the school uniform. The new tie and crest are subtle updates, but will bring our uniform up-to-date and continue to instill pride on wearing the Regent House colours.

Holly's Hair!

Holly's Hair!

A big well done to Holly Doak in year 8, who has been been doing some fundraising for the Cancer Fund for Children. Holly has not cut her hair from P6 and was planning on doing a sponsored haircut to raise money for the charity.

Holly ended up raising £920.00 and she also donated 2ft of Hair to The Little Princess Trust who make wigs for children with Cancer.

Rachel's Blog on Body Image

Rachel's Blog on Body Image

Rachel Blair in Year 11 is a member of the Youth Panel set up by the NI Commissioner for Children and Young People. She contributes to a blog on their website, regarding many issues facing young people today.

The NI Commission seek to promote the rights of children and young people - if you would like to find out how you can also be part of this, a member of their participation team can be contacted here.

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Sophie and Jodie progress to All-Ireland Competition

Sophie and Jodie progress to All-Ireland Competition

Sophie McGrath (Yr.10) and Jodie Bell (Yr.9) competed in the feile for Ballycran on Sunday 28th April.

The girls won their section and progressed to the semi-finals. They won their semi-final but unfortunately ended as runners up in the competition.

However, both the winners and runners up will travel to Cork from the 7th- 9th June to compete in an All-Ireland Competition ( National Feile). Both girls will be competing in the Shield competition.

Lewis Sails to Victory!

Lewis Sails to Victory!

Lewis Thompson was chosen to compete for Northern Ireland at the Eric Twiname Regional Sailing Event in Rutland over the bank holiday weekend. After 3 days of high winds and very difficult sailing conditions he finished a credible 22nd out of 89 boats and as a team they finished 4th overall with 8 other regions competing. The coaches were very pleased with the performances both individually and as a team.

Over Easter Lewis also competed Irish Youth National Championships in Cork finishing 13th and last weekend he was at Blessington competing in the Traveller series where he picked up a trophy for 2nd place in the under 14 category.

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Year 8 - 11 Revision Guides Now Available

Year 8 - 11 Revision Guides Now Available

Revision advice for each year group, for all subjects, is now available by clicking the appropriate button.

The same files can be accessed on our Curriculum page - click here to visit