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At Regency we’re supporting student wellbeing this World Mental Health Week, which takes place on the 15th – 19th November. Students will be looking at different types of self-care and reflecting on what works for them. Activities include finding things you have in common with others, stretching and breathing exercises, learning something new and carrying out acts of kindness. We’re encouraging students to continue to try different activities at home – why not try some as a family?
For more tips and information about looking after your child’s mental health go to children’s mental health
As a parent or carer, looking after your own wellbeing is also important and Every Mind Matters enables you to get tailored wellbeing support. Use the Mind Plan to see what works for you: mind plan quiz
All pupils at Regency High School must have an Education Health and Care Plan. The school caters for pupils with moderate, severe and complex learning difficulties aged between 11 and 19. All admissions to the school are managed by the local authority.
At Regency High School we make sure that all pupils are supported, educated and have all of their individual needs met to ensure progress.
At Regency we provide a caring, supportive and challenging environment that is designed to provide a broad and stimulating curriculum and to foster the independence of our students.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We believe that safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility and expect all members of the school community to be vigilant.
At Regency High School we make sure that all pupils are supported, educated and have all of their individual needs met to ensure progress. The broad range in pupils abilities to both academically and physically access their learning provides the school with plenty of challenges.
At Regency High School we have our very own purpose built hydrotherapy pool, sensory room and rebound room as well as a variety of other fantastic facilities.
At Regency we offer a range of activities and trips to students to meet a variety of needs. Recent activities include Duke of Edinburgh, Artists in Residency, the Malvern Spring Show and Team Enterprise tuck shop.
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