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The Oxford Principals’ Forum 2018

26 Sep 2018 by Kelly Knight

We are delighted to say that the annual Oxford Principals’ Forum was a huge success and brought together all the Regent Principals with many of our Education Consultants for some really useful seminars, workshops and meetings.

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A wide vocabulary will help you to express your thoughts and ideas more clearly when you communicate in English. It can make a difference if you're taking an English exam, or applying for a job where English is uased as the main language of communication. Follow our 6 tips to help you expand your vocabulary today!

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Academic Leadership Conference 2018

31 May 2018 by Kelly Knight

How important is what you have to say rather than how you say it?  Your content, or your charisma? These are the questions that our staff addressed at our Educational Leadership Conference so that we can help our students develop the ability to communicate useful and interesting insights in a charismatic way.

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Geoff Hardy-Gould speaking at the recent Educational Leadership Conference in Oxford, UK.

At Regent our main focus is the educational success of our students. Geoff Hardy-Gould is Director of Education for Regent and has over 25 years experience as a teacher, academic manager and Principal giving him a unique perspective on the educational needs of our students.

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Each morning we start the day with a whole school plenary, a talk given by teachers, students and guest speakers on a topic of their choice. Speakers usually reflect on their culture, learning goals or an area of special interest, sharing their unique knowledge and expertise. We encourage all students to give at least one plenary during their time with us, giving them a clear goal and something they work hard to achieve.

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