Current Families

We're so glad you're part of the Regent Family!

We acknowledge that it can be difficult to navigate the different communication platforms, particularly given the administrative overload of modern life. Our main parent interface for administrative matters is Parent Lounge. We also use SeeSaw and are commencing Microsoft Teams to support face to face learning for students. Newsletters are sent to your email and can be accessed via Parent Lounge. Class Parent Reps use Signal Messenger for sharing of class specific information and supports. Currently, our food orders are completed through the Lunchbox School Portal

Parent Lounge

Parent Lounge enables families to stay connected with Regent College throughout their child’s learning journey.

Within Parent Lounge, families can sign up for extracurricular activities, view academic reports, view the school calendar and newsletters, lodge absentees, update student medical information, and much more!

Handbooks

Absentees

The College understands that students will occasionally be unwell and unable to attend school.
If your child is sick and cannot attend school, please let us know via Parent Lounge before the start of school.

An SMS is sent to families by 9:15am when a student has an unexplained absence.
Any students departing the College early or arriving late, must be signed in/out via Administration.

1.     Log in to Parent Lounge with your username and password.
2.     Under Student Details select Attendance
3.     Then select +Add Absence Notification (top right)
4.     Select the student/s to be marked absent
5.     Select date from and date to
6.     Select Type of Absence
7.     Select Reason for absence
8.     Add any comments, instructions, and a medical certificate if applicable.
9.     Click the +Submit New button

Absence Notification complete!
Your request will be sent to the office for final approval into our student information system. 

Please contact the college if you have any issues.
T:  08 9470 4569
E: admin@regentcollege.wa.edu.au

Accounts

Families can find account statements on Parent Lounge.

If you have any accounts queries you are welcome to contact the College Business Manager, Cristina Sugiarto via College Administration.

E: admin@regentcollege.wa.edu.au
T: 08 9470 4569

Acknowledge

On Parent Lounge, Families are able to acknowledge excursion and incursions.

Although parents provide annual consent for their child to attend excursions at the start of the year, the College still requires permission for the majority of excursions/events that go off-site and any incursions that have an elevated-risk element.  This ensures that parents are aware of the event, and provides the opportunity to verify their child’s medical details before the event date. 

Public Calendar

Log into Parent Lounge for the full school calendar.

2022 Term Dates

Term 1 | 10 Weeks
Monday 31 January - Friday 8 April

Labour Day Public Holiday: Monday 7 March 2021
Easter is during the school holidays

Term 2 | 10 Weeks
Tuesday 26 April - Friday 1 July

ANZAC Day Public Holiday: Monday 25 April 2022
Student Free Day: Thursday 2 June 2022
Student Free Day: Friday 3 June 2022
WA Day Public Holiday: Monday 6 June 2022

Term 3 | 10 Weeks
Tuesday 19 July - Thursday 22 September

Student Free Day: Monday 18 July 2022 
Student Free Day: Friday 23 September 2022

Term 4 | 9 Weeks
Monday 10 October - Friday 9 December

Term 1 | 10 Weeks
Wednesday 1 February – Thursday 6 April


Labour Day Public Holiday: 
Monday 25 April

Term 2 | 10 Weeks
Wednesday 26 April – Friday 30 June

Student Free Day: Monday 24 April 
ANZAC Day Public Holiday: Tuesday 24 April

Student Free Day: Friday 2 June 
WA Day Public Holiday:
Monday 5 June 

Term 3 | 10 Weeks
Tuesday 18 July – Thursday 21 September

Student Free Day: Monday 17 July

Term 4 | 9 Weeks
Monday 9 October – Friday 8 December 

 

Assemblies

Unless otherwise communicated, the first formal assembly occurs on the Wednesday of Week 2, each term.

Assemblies generally follow each Wednesday, for the remainder of term. Assemblies commence following the school bell (approximately 8.40am) and usually concludes by 9.15am. 

The schedule of classes overseeing each assembly will be advertised in the College Calendar and communicated to parents by the classroom teacher. 

 

Applications

Regent College uses a number of different applications and platforms to support learning and communication between the College and Families.

Links to school records and will enable the College and College families to manage student information and communication.

Used to book and cancel bookings for Outside School Hours Care (OSHC).

Private messenger – set up for parents in class groups to informally connect and chat.

Seesaw creates a powerful learning loop between students, teachers, and families.

Ordering platform for lunch delivery on Tuesdays and Fridays.

Log into Parent Lounge for more information about each application.

Allied Health Providers

At Regent College we partner with the following providers to support students. Please note that the Speech Pathologist and Occupational Therapist are private clinicians and not directly employed by the College. Regent College does receive any monetary benefit/commission from the provision of these services.

Speech Pathology

Students have access to a speech pathologist who holds clinics on the school grounds. The speech pathologist conducts initial screening assessments which are included in school fees. Further  assessments, reports and/or therapy carried out incur private fees. The speech pathologist’s contact details are forwarded to families at the start of each year. 

Refer to Speech Pathology Australia for further information about the role of a speech pathologist.

School Nurse

The school nurse performs routine vision and hearing checks for children aged 4-6 years in Kindergarten and Pre-primary. Parents will be notified when this will occur. Throughout the year, teachers or parents may request a review of vision and hearing from the school nurse if there is a concern. It is expected that vaccinations are up to date prior to the commencement of Kindergarten.

 

Occupational Therapy (OT)

Students have access to an occupational therapist who holds clinics on the school grounds. Initial screening tests are included in school fees however further assessments, reports and/or therapy incur private costs. The occupational therapist’s contact details are forwarded to families at the start of each school year. 

Refer to Occupational Therapy Australia for further information about the role of an Occupational Therapy.

Canteen

Due to the Regent College Building Project, our canteen is currently unavailable.

The College will continue its online lunch ordering service commencing Friday 4 February, Week 1. 
From Week 2, the service will be extended to three days, each Monday, Wednesday and Friday during the term.

Food will be provided by Locavora  and can be ordered in advance online via the Locavora Schools Online Order Page.
Click here for instructions on how to register for a new account on the Locavora Platform.

Parent Involvement

At Regent College we encourage parents and families to be involved as much as possible, and endeavour to provide opportunities after hours for those parents who work during the day.

Parents and families can be involved in many ways, including:

All parents and families will be asked to read and complete a Volunteer Declaration prior to serving.

Parental Visits During School Hours

Parents may be visiting during school hours to assist in their child’s classroom, attend an excursion, or to collect their child for an appointment. For all these scenarios, we ask that Parents please first visit the College Administration and sign in using the visitor management system tablet.

Parents are not required to sign in when:

  • Attending assembly
  • Picking their child up the end of the school day
  • Attending a promoted event (eg Graduation Ceremony)
  • Attending an outside school hours event (College Concert at Riverview Church)

Transport and Parking

Arriving at Regent College safely

Kiss and Drive
The most efficient way of dropping your child to school and collecting after school. More information below.

Parking
There is street parking available in the streets surrounding the college (mostly time limited). 

Public Transport
Transperth Bus Routes 72 and 75 stop on Geddes St after Horden St (Stop No: 11741). Click here for bus routes.

Walking & Cycling
If you can, get to school early, park without stress and walk to school with your child while feeling virtuous.

Car-Pooling
Is a terrific way to reduce parking and traffic stress; also, a great way to develop school community relationships.

Visit the Town of Victoria Park website and links below for more information:
Understanding School Parking
Town of Victoria Park Vehicle Management Local Law 2021

Kiss and Drive

School drop off and pick up

Morning – Drop Off:
All students: 8:05am – 8:30am

Afternoon – Pick Up
Kindergarten & Pre-Primary: 2:50pm – 3:00pm
Year 1 – Year 6: 3:00pm – 3:25pm
Delaying pick up (Years 1-6) until between 3:15pm – 3:25pm helps with traffic flow. 

Kiss and Drive runs along Hordern Street.
There is clear marking on the road to help navigate.

Cars should NOT queue for Kiss and Drive along Hordern Street SOUTH of Geddes St to avoid intersection congestion.

  • No parking in the designated Kiss and Drive zone before school (between 7:30-9:00am) and after school (between 2:30-4:00pm). If a car is left attended during these times, you are likely to receive a parking infringement from the Town of Victoria Park.
  • Pull vehicle right up to the front of the Kiss and Drive queue before unbuckling children from seats. Do not permit students to enter or exit the vehicle from the back of the queue; it slows down the process and can be unsafe.
  • Parents must not get out of their vehicles for any reason. If support is required, remain in the car queue and wind down your passenger window when you approach the front. A staff member will provide support.
  • Kindergarten/Pre-primary students will be assisted by staff members, and older students should be fully independent (but will be supervised).
  • Students must exit and enter the vehicle from the school side of the vehicle – never independently on the traffic side. This may require booster seats to be shifted to the left side of the vehicle.
  • Parents must not park their car on the opposite side of the road to Kiss and Drive and then walk students across the road; to drop-off, or collect.
  • Use of the student/family name dashboard signs (will be provided to new families early Term 1) to help staff to prepare for pick up.  It really does help.
  • Do not send friends or relatives unannounced to collect students from Kiss and Drive. The College must be informed in advance concerning any new ‘collectors’ with details, including ID provided.
  • Please do not use mobile phones while driving or queuing in Kiss and Drive – as is the Law. 

Children under the age of 7 years old are not legally permitted to occupy the front passenger seat of a vehicle (unless all rear seats are occupied by younger children). Kidsafe recommends however that children should not sit in the front seat until 12 years old (particularly when the vehicle is fitted with an airbag). 

Correctly fitted child car restraints are required for children under 7 years old who have not outgrown the height marker on the car restraint. Over 7 years old, children are recommended to remain in the booster until they physically outgrow it. Refer to Kidsafe (Western Australia) website for more information.

Uniform

Wearing the College uniform correctly is a condition of enrolment and fosters a sense of belonging for students.

Parents are requested to check that their child is dressed correctly in the College uniform each day, ensuring that all components are neat and in good order.

If a student digresses from the College uniform, the student will receive a verbal reminder and a Uniform Infringement notification will be sent home by the classroom teacher. Please treat this as a gentle reminder but it is a genuine request that any incorrect components are to be addressed.

Uniform Schedule 2022

MONDAY
PE Uniform: 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B, 5A, 5B, 6A
Formal Uniform: 1A, 1B, 4A, 4B

TUESDAY
PE Uniform: 1A, 1B
Formal Uniform: 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B, 5A, 5B, 6A

WEDNESDAY
PE Uniform: 4A, 4B, 5A, 5B
Formal Uniform: 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B, 6A

THURSDAY
PE Uniform: 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B, 6A 
Formal Uniform: 5A, 5B

FRIDAY
PE Uniform: N/A 
Formal Uniform: 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B, 5A, 5B, 6A 

Uniform Shop

Opening Hours

The College Uniform Shop open hours during the school term are:
Wednesday morning – 8:30am to 10:30am
Wednesday afternoon – 2:30pm to 3:30pm

Appointments are no longer required to visit the uniform shop. However, in accordance with the current COVID19 guidelines and Regent College Safety Framework, only one family is permitted in the shop at a time.

 

Price List & Order Form

Parents/Guardians can purchase uniforms at any time by following these steps:

1. Completing an online order form
2. Saving/downloading the completed form
3. Emailing the completed form to the Uniform Shop (uniformshop@regentcollege.wa.edu.au)

You will be notified when your order is complete. If the order has been paid, it will be sent home with your child. Orders still requiring payment can be paid for and collected at the Uniform Shop or at Administration.

Contact

Uniform Shop Manager: Cristina Sugiarto 
(also College Business Manager)  

Uniform Shop: uniformshop@regentcollege.wa.edu.au

Or you can call College Administration on
(08) 9470 4569. 

If the Uniform Shop is staffed (Wednesday mornings & afternoons) your call will be transferred to the shop, or a message will be taken and passed on. 

Learning after Regent

         Regent College graduates choose to complete their high school years at a range of educational settings.         Below are a few options for your consideration. 

Looking for a Public School?
Public Schools take students from catchment areas which are specific to where you live. If you are looking for a public/government school we recommend you visit the Department of Education website.

Looking for an Independent School?
Regent College is part Association of Independent Schools of Western Australia (AISWA). If you are looking for an independent shool in WA we recommend you visit the AISWA website.

Looking for a Christian School?
Regent College is part of the Christian Schools Australia (CSA) association. If you are looking for a Christian School in WA we recommend you visit the CSA website.

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