STUDENT LIFE

Regent Independent College is co-educational independent college offering full time GCSE and A-Level courses for ages 14 years upward. We have three colleges in Harrow, London and Southall respectively.

“Older students willingly undertake mentoring tasks such as supporting younger pupils with homework indicative of their secure sense of personal confidence and friendly community identity.”

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

THE COLLEGE DAY

The College operates the following daily timetable Monday to Friday.

From To
Registration 08.30 08.45
Period 1 08.45 09.30
Period 2 09.30 10.15
Morning Break 10.15 10.45
Period 3 10.45 11.30
Period 4 11.30 12.15
Period 5 12.15 13.00
Lunch Break 13.00 13.45
Period 6 13.45 14.30
Period 7 14.30 15.15
Period 8 15.15 16.00

When students are not in timetabled classes, they are expected to engage in independent study sessions.

Students attend a whole-school assembly during morning break one day a week. Students can also be expected to attend meetings during breaks for purposes such as UCAS or attending guests lecturers, or if they hold roles of responsibility.

Students may leave the site as long as they return in a timely manner. Students must sign in and out at all times.

UCAS

For those students who wish to go to university after the completion of their A-Levels we provide a comprehensive programme of UCAS advice and guidance. Students are introduced to the UCAS cycle at the end of the Lower Sixth year. In the autumn term of the Upper Sixth year, students prepare and finalise their applications supported by the UCAS team who offer close assistance on each of its parts.

CAREERS, ADVICE AND GUIDANCE

The College provides students with impartial careers guidance introducing them to a wide variety of options for further education and work. This allows students to make informed choices. There are sessions dedicated to job preparation skills such as CV writing, or interview techniques. Students are encouraged to identity their own strengths and weaknesses and how these may transfer to the world of work.