We welcome learners of all abilities and we support them to engage, contribute and participate in all aspects of school life
Regent International School is an inclusive, non-judgemental school, which exercises a positive admissions policy and considers every application on an individual basis. From the beginning of the admissions process all the way through to Year 8 and beyond we are an inclusive school. Our Achievement Centre engages positively and proactively with parents and students, and demonstrates complete transparency in relation to our inclusive processes.
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.
An equal opportunity to flourish
“Inclusive education is the process through which schools develop systems, classrooms, programs and activities so that all students are able to learn, develop and participate together. In an inclusive school, the curriculum, physical surroundings and school community should reflect the views and characteristics of its students. An inclusive school honours diversity and respects all individuals. Inclusion does not mean treating people the same without regard for individual differences” (KHDA, 2015 ).
From the beginning of the admissions process all the way through to year 6 and beyond we are an inclusive school. We encourage all families to have open and honest conversations with us regarding their children. We welcome inquiries from all and will work with you to achieve the best experience for your child. The Achievement Centre (formerly known as the Individual Needs Department) is a caring and nurturing department, set up and monitored by the Head of Inclusion, Victoria McKeown, supported by the Achievement Centre Manager. Our role in the school is to determine if and how we can best meet the needs of a wide variety of learners, so that all students can access an appropriate, meaningful, and suitably-challenging education.
The Achievement Centre engages positively and proactively with parents and students, and demonstrates complete transparency in relation to our inclusive processes. To learn more about our Inclusion Policies and Procedures, please download the relevant documents here.
We assess each child’s individual learning, language, and social-emotional needs upon entry to the school, to determine the ways in which we can best support their progress, participation and personal development.
Our specialist team works in partnership with class teacher, parents, and external specialists, to develop Individual Achievement Plans for students with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities.
Targeted intervention, both within and outside of the classroom, is provided by our experienced team of Individual Needs Support Assistants, and/or the School Counsellor, as needed.