Working in schools can be an emotional rollercoaster and part of the teacher’s toolkit has to be ways of dealing with lots of different emotions in any school day. Disappointment when students let themselves down by acting before thinking, sympathy when something happens to a student that they shouldn’t have to deal with at such a young age and frustration when things just don’t go the way they you thought they should. It all sounds rather depressing…
Fortunately, the balance at Regent’s International School is tipped towards the more positive of emotions: admiration for the feats achieved by our students, pride in how the students conduct themselves, inspired by the way obstacles are overcome and hope for the bright futures of our young people.
This newsletter exemplifies the positives of our school. I hope you enjoy reading of our achievements and are as proud as I am to be part of this vibrant community of learners.