Learning to play or playing to learn
The classrooms are ever-evolving to encourage children to delve deeper into their interests. At JINS we believe that purposeful play is the key to learning. This approach supports children as active participants and helps them learn to regulate their emotions and actions within play.
JINS also supplements learning based on the innovative, emergent approach that comes mostly in the form of projects, unlike the predetermined themes or topics. These projects come directly from what a child or group of children are talking about, or from the early years educator’s observation of things that capture children’s interest, imagination, dreams, ideas, thoughts, and theories of things worth knowing about. Projects start at any time, throughout the year, and last for as long as they continue to capture children’s attention. Our goal at JINS is to give children a variety of unique opportunities to wonder and question, hence differentiating learning for each child.
Regent is an outstanding school
and provides an outstanding quality of education for pupils from three to 11 years
Very strong Curriculum with rich learning opportunities
that has an impact on the child's progress.
We learn to sing and to use our voices, to create and compose music.
We even have the opportunity to learn how to play different musical instruments. Our music teachers are very talented. They even taught some of us how to floss.
With an amazing senior leadership team and experienced educators,
a Regent education is interactive and collaborative – they truly make primary school a memorable experience.
My school feels like home.
I love coming to school every day.
Possibilities seem infinite at Regent.
There are no limits in my child’s imagination about what he can do. Children are encouraged to take chances, try anything and not be afraid.
The strong sense of community makes Regent more than just a great place for study,
it’s a great place to socialise and make new friends.
Regent has given my daughter a new start.
This school has encouraged her to gain confidence and to express herself despite mistakes. The teachers are always available to help and laugh with her.