What is the structure of the student and staff population
Currently more than 210 students are attending REGO, with approximately 100 students in the Primary school and 110 students in the Senior school. The majority of the student population is Korean and Japanese, with a growing number of students from Europe and Asia. The vast majority of the teaching staff are British. Recruitment takes place annually through the ‘Times Educational Supplement’ with vacancies appearing early on in January.
Q. As a parent new to REGO, are there any opportunities for me to become involved in the school?
A. All new parents are welcome to join and attend the PTA (Parent Teacher Association) meetings held in the auditorium on a monthly basis (see PTA Meetings). Many large school events such as the ‘Back-to-School’ night, United Nations Day, and Christmas Bazaar are organised with the support of the PTA. We look forward to welcoming you to the school.
Q. What is the school’s homework policy?
Homework is a requirement from Reception year with the amount set increasing the further up you go.The recording and completion of homework is monitored by class teachers and form tutors. There is a homework timetable visible in every student’s planner, which is set for each year group. As a guideline to the amount of homework that your child should be per week, please refer to the table beside.
|Year Group||Daily Reading||Total Weekly Homework(excluding reading)|
|Year1 & 2||20 minutes||60 minutes|
|Year3 & 4||20 minutes||90 minutes|
|Year5 & 6||20 minutes||180 minutes|
|Year7,8 &9||6 to 9 hours|
|Year10 &11||12 to 15 hours|
|Year12 &13||17 to 20 hours|
Q. Does my child need to wear a school uniform?
A. All students at REGO from Year 1 upwards must wear a REGO school uniform with black shoes, as specified in the Parent’s Handbook and on the website under ‘School Uniform’. Boys and girls in the Infant, Junior and Senior school each wear a variation of the navy blue uniform, which is all available at the school’s ‘Uniform Shop’ located near to reception. The shop sells all items of the school uniform, including the P.E. kit. The Sixth Form are also entitled to a tailor-made blazer, to distinguish them from the rest of the senior school. A free addition to the uniform this year is a swimming cap of the colour of the house that the student belongs to with the school’s logo. These caps and other official kits provided by the P.E. department must be worn by students when representing the school at sporting events.
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