GCSE Results Day

GCSE Results Day

Many congratulations to our GCSE class of 2020 on a results day like no other. This year, our students have faced obstacles that none of us could have imagined but they have shown patience, resilience and determination. It is very pleasing to see so many students gain...
Even better IB Results!

Even better IB Results!

We reported in July on a 100% pass rate, an average score of 35, a third of students with 40 points or more and all with a university destination. News from the IB means that things have just got better. Thanks to the IB appeals system and with many of our 14 students...
Excellent IB Results: Congratulations to the Class of 2020!

Excellent IB Results: Congratulations to the Class of 2020!

100% pass rate, an average score of 35, a third of the students with 40 points or more and all with a university destination! IB folklore has it that a school’s first set of IB results is usually disappointing and this has been a particularly difficult year, so it was...
Fête de fin d’année & Graduation Ceremony

Fête de fin d’année & Graduation Ceremony

Certain events mark the history of a school and this, Le Régent’s first graduation ceremony, is surely one. Over half of the graduating class managed to make it back to celebrate with students, teachers and parents. A touching and joyful ceremony began with...
A New Sports Area

A New Sports Area

As David Bagnoud, Mayor of Lens and a member of the Régent board, officially opened the new sports area, children had already taken matters into their own hands and had begun to play behind him. There is surely no greater tribute to the value of a project than its...
Le Régent Graduation Goes Ahead in “Safe Switzerland”

Le Régent Graduation Goes Ahead in “Safe Switzerland”

In Europe the Covid-19 crisis seems to have passed its peak and life returns to a new if cautious normal. Switzerland is leading the way and a recent study, picked up by Forbes magazine, ranks Switzerland as the safest country in the world. There is, of course, no...