RESULTS AND UNIVERSITY DESTINATIONS

Students from Regent Independent College go on to a wide range of university destinations and undertake a breathtakingly wide range of courses and programmes.

This includes well known Russell Group or ‘red brick’ institutions such as Queen Mary and King’s College, and University of Nottingham alongside modern options such as Kingston University and University of Brighton.

The scope of courses pursued is vast, from Dentistry to Accounting, and from Psychology to Biological Sciences.

“Pupils understand how decisions made will impact them in the future especially in terms of thinking about the next stage of their education.”

Source – ISI Report, February 2020,
Regent Independent College Southall

We are proud of our academic record at Regent Independent College. Despite having a non-selective admissions policy and a wide variety of courses targeted at students of different academic abilities, our students manage to achieve outstanding overall results.

A-Level Results August 2019

REGENT INDEPENDENT COLLEGE HARROW

KEY STATISTICS

A* – A

10%

A* – C

38%

Overall Pass Rate

85%

REGENT INDEPENDENT COLLEGE SOUTHALL

KEY STATISTICS

A* – A

15%

A* – B

29%

A* – C

51%

Overall Pass Rate

85%

A-Level Results August 2018

REGENT INDEPENDENT COLLEGE HARROW

KEY STATISTICS

A* – A

20%

A* – B

47%

A* – C

70%

Overall Pass Rate

92%

REGENT INDEPENDENT COLLEGE SOUTHALL

KEY STATISTICS

A* – A

10.7%

A* – B

36%

A* – C

58.7%

Overall Pass Rate

92%

GCSE Results August 2019

REGENT INDEPENDENT COLLEGE HARROW

GCSE AND IGCSE RESULTS

OVERALL PASS RATE – 79.4%

100% PASS RATE ON ALL THE SCIENCES

REGENT INDEPENDENT COLLEGE SOUTHALL

KEY STATISTICS

A* – A

17%

A* – B

34%

A* – C

64%

Overall Pass Rate

96%

GCSE Results August 2018

REGENT INDEPENDENT COLLEGE HARROW

GCSE AND IGCSE RESULTS

A* – C / 4 and up

79%

A* – A / 7 – 9

26%

REGENT INDEPENDENT COLLEGE SOUTHALL

KEY STATISTICS

A* – A

16%

A* – B

58%

A* – C

76%

Overall Pass Rate

88%

Hrushika joined Regent in the autumn of 2017. A dedicated student, who could often be seen engaged in private study in the hall at lunch time, and who worked very well with the teaching staff, she is thrilled to proceed to Leeds to read Medical Engineering having received grades of AAAB.

She told us, “I enjoyed my time at Regent and the teachers gave me great support.”

HRUSHIKA

Abdul joined Regent to improve his D grade in Computer Science which he had got at his previous school. After studying intensively for one year, he is now able to proceed to his chosen university to study Computer Science at an undergraduate level after pushing his result up by two grades.

He commented, “The atmosphere and teaching quality at Regent is unparalleled with teachers ensuring each student is confident with every part of the syllabus.”

ABDUL

Thembi joined the College from Sharnbrook Upper School. The environment suited her perfectly and she formed extremely good bonds with her teachers, whose years of experience helped her boost her grades from CCC to ABC within the year. She will now read Environment & Development at LSE.

“Teaching at Regent is incredible. I will definitely miss it!”

THEMBI
MAJHURAN

Majhuran, who joined Regent following in the footsteps of his brother, came to us from St Dominics to bring his AS grades up from ABBC for the final year of the A-Level course. After a year of hard work and dedication he is pleased to have attained a place to read Mechanical Engineering at Warwick University after having earnt his grades of A*AB.

MAJHURAN

UNIVERSITY DESTINATIONS

Students from Regent Independent College go on to a wide range of university destinations.

UNIVERSITY

King’s College London

Leeds

Sheffield

Queen Mary

South Wales

Middlesex

Essex

COURSE

Dentistry

Medical Engineering

Dental Surgery

Mathematics

Account and Finance

Civil Engineering

Economics

RESULTS FROM THE
STUDENTS AND
PARENTS SURVEY 2020

* Source – Regent Independent College Harrow, Students and Parents Survey 2020

100% of students agree that teachers help them to learn and make progress

100% of parents agree that their child received suitable advice about choices of subject/career

89% of students agree that they receive helpful advice about their choice of subject or career.