Archive for November, 2016

Careers Festival 21/11/16

There is a Careers Festival taking place all day on Monday 21st November for students with various activities. Parents are welcome to attend from 2:45 to 4:00pm, where we will have 15 different colleges, apprenticeship schemes and employers attending. This will give you the opportunity to find out further information about your child’s future career. In addition, the National Career’s Service will also be presenting a talk on “Helping parents support their children’s career choices” at 4:00pm.


Vacancy: Teacher of Mathematics

Main scale / UPS as appropriate (TLR available for a suitably qualified and experienced candidate)

Applications from prospective NQTs and experienced teachers welcome

Required for Easter 2016 or September 2016

We are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic and talented teacher to join our committed and creative maths department. Having achieved outstanding overall results again this year (top 10% nationally for progress) we are passionate about making Regents Park an Outstanding school. This vacancy is an exciting opportunity to join our inspiring team of maths specialists.  A TLR post is available for an appropriately qualified and experienced candidate.

Regents Park was judged good in its last inspection in all areas and, as a learning community, we share the aspiration to meet the outstanding criteria within 2 years.  In order to help deliver this vision we are looking for a dynamic and ambitious teacher of maths.  The successful applicant will be a consistently good or outstanding teacher who is committed to supporting all students to reach their academic potential.

Regents Park Community College and Southampton City Council are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An enhanced CRB check is required for all successful applicants.

For further information or an application pack please contact Mrs F Hayward, Headteacher’s PA on 023 80725711 [answerphone facility available] or via email –

Closing Date:  Friday 18th November 2016

Interviews will be held on Wednesday 23rd November.


LINX Programme – Hampton Trust

LINX is a programme designed for young people to help reduce anti-social or violent behaviour through interactive based workshops which is run within the school. Please see URL and poster below.


Zig Zag Parking Offences

From 31st October 2016, Southampton City Council’s new camera car enforcement vehicle will be in operation to tackle illegal parking on zig zags at Southampton schools. Warning letters will be issued during the first 4 weeks of the new scheme, but from 28th November 2016 fines of £70 will be issued to offenders.

The additional parking enforcement measure at school entrances is being introduced in response to complaints and concerns raised by parents and teachers whose children are being put at risk by irresponsible parking.

The special vehicle will be equipped with the latest CCTV technology and will have extensive CCTV signage on it making it clearly identifiable. During patrols, the car will be able to gather footage of cars parked in restricted areas which the council will then review, and decide if a penalty charge notice should be issued.

We very much hope that this new enforcement measure will support the great work that is being undertaken by schools across the city to encourage walking, scooting and cycling to school.

Thank you.


Behaviour for Learning

We are relaunching our C grid on Monday 7th November. Please find attached our new version, which we hope to improve our behaviour for learning throughout school.


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