Regent House is a school with high expectations for all, where the school community is challenged to aspire to excellence in an inclusive, supportive and respectful environment.
To promote high achievement, we have a rigorous assessment and reporting cycle that analyses pupil performance approximately every 8-10 weeks. Our Heads of Department have carefully designed these informative assessments and continually review what is being taught, to better inform everyone on pupil performance.
Where pupils require additional support, our extensive mentoring programme guides those pupils towards their goals in partnership with their teachers and parents.
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Public Examination Results 2017-18
At A Level 48 students gained at least 3 A grades and 10 students attained at least 4 A grades
At AS Level 30 students gained at least 3 A grades and 11 students attained at least 4 A grades
86% of GCE A level students achieved 3+ A levels at grades A*-C
100% of GCE A level students achieved A*- B in Art, Drama, Economics, History, Further Mathematics and Travel and Tourism
100% of GCE A level students achieved A*- C in Business Studies, Classical Civilisation, Design and Technology, English Literature, Government and Politics, Health and Social Care, Journalism, Religious Studies and Spanish
Individual Pupil Success 2017-18
In 2018, Regent pupils attained the greatest number of top 3 high achieving pupil placings of any school in Northern Ireland across a range of individual subjects.
Six of our pupils excelled within the CCEA A Level examinations. Charles Rea was placed first in Mathematics, second in Further Mathematics and joint second in Economics. In Journalism, Mia Vidamour was placed second and Olivia Robinson was placed third. Samuel Crooks was placed second in German, Thomas Neill was second in Music and Timmy Browne was placed third in Sport and the Active Leisure Industry.