Regent students win film prize
The Leicester Apprenticeship Hub held a competition for students to make a video to promote apprenticeships to young people in Leicester. Brett Rogers and Furkan Aydin took on this challenge. They interviewed apprentices and employers at Regent College, Alcoa and UHL.
The videos were judged on creativity, the apprenticeship message, visual quality, relevance and the ability to inspire. The judging panel consisted of representatives of Leicester City Council and National Apprenticeship Service.
Brett & Furkan’s video was the overall winner and is now posted online. Click here to view
Entrepreneurs of the Future
The University of Leicester visited Regent College this term to put Business students through their paces.
Twelve level 3 diploma students took part in the Dragon’s Den style competition: Entrepreneurs of the Future Business Ideas.
Regent: Varsity Champions!
Each year the four Leicester City Colleges; QE, Regent, Gateway and Leicester College, meet at the University of Leicester Sports Campus to take part in Varsity, a multi-sports day event with tournaments in men’s and women’s 5 aside football, men’s basketball, men’s and women’s badminton, men’s cricket and mixed volleyball.
Congratulations LCFC - Champions!
Staff and students of Regent College congratulate Leicester City on their remarkable Premier League title win.
We applaud the effort, belief, spirit and skill behind such a deserved success.
Students get a Taste for “What’s to Come” at the Sport & Activity Fair
Regent College students took part in a range of different activities as part of the wider activities during the Spring Term Review day. This day is used for students to meet their teacher or personal supervisor and discuss their progress and key targets. The Sport & Activity fair that ran alongside this, organised by newly appointed College Sport Maker, Alice Kempski, was designed to launch the beginning of her efforts to help get Regent College onto the sporting map.
Anthony Nolan Trust Event at Regent
Students of Regent College took part in an event in partnership with the Anthony Nolan Trust, to encourage young people to help cure blood cancer by signing up to the Anthony Nolan bone marrow register. The event took place on 10th February and students are also working with the Rik Basra Leukaemia campaign, the charity set up by Leicestershire police inspector Rik Basra, who received a lifesaving bone marrow transplant. A large total of 224 of our students registered as stem cell donors, which was fantastic!