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TRC September Newsletter

Published by The Regent College, 2021-09-30 18:59:54

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@TheRegentCollege THE OFFICIAL NEWSLETTER OF THE REGENT COLLEGE ABUJA SEPTEMBER 2021 • ISSUE 1 • VOLUME 4 SPECIALS: We are BETTER TOGETHER TRC students represent Nigeria in the Queen's Baton Relay Enjoying College Life Responsibly LOOKING OUT FOR OTHERS Whether you are living in the hostel or a day student, now more than ever, we all have a joint responsibility to continue to think of others. The need to adhere to Covid-19 guidance is really important - every member of the community, not just the student community, has a responsibility to do this. The Student Undertaking also explains what our students can expect from our School and what, in turn, the School expects from our students.

RPeilmeCmEaphMsoieenrActkdkIaLenyeefotoprudrranuSopteTtdUesaDaotenEf dsN! T The Month Gone By The Month Ahead Sept 6: Resumption/ Orientation Oct 1: Public Holiday Sept 7: Cyber Safety Oct 4: CAT 3 Education Oct 7: University Counselling Sept 9: Classes Begin Oct 8: SRC Screening & Sept 17:Call for Extracurricular Interview activities Oct 11 - 15: Mid-Term Tests Sept 20: Founder's Day Oct 21: University Counselling Sept 24: Mentorship Oct 22: Parents' Webinar Allocation Oct 28 - Nov 1: HALF TERM Sept 27: CAT 2 Oct 29: OPEN HOUSE Sept 30: National Day

A WORD FROM THE PRINCIPAL By: Mrs C.I Ebiai Dear Parents and Guardians, I welcome all new students and parents to the Regent College Family. To the returning students and parents, I say welcome to 2021/2022 session. We appreciate the confidence you repose in us and God helping us, we promise not to let you down. EXCELLENT RESULTS ORIENTATION We are pleased to inform you This session's orientation and that last session’s results have induction Program which took again proven the fact that our place between Monday 6th college is second to none.With September and Wednesday 8th 100% A*to C scores in at least 3 September 2021 ended with Cambridge A Level Subjects, each student setting 100% A* to C Scores in at least 7 achievement goals for each subjects of the OSSD Canadian course. These will be constantly Programme and in our University measured and reviewed against Foundation Programme (UFP), actual performance in the 90% of the outcomes were course of the session. between the Distinction With Honours grade (DWH) and merit.

CLASSES Classes started promptly on PLACEMENT Thursday 9th September,2021. Weekly tests which help us build our students’ academic muscles started in week 3 (Three) as scheduled. We are a Cambridge award- winning college so you can rest assured that your children are in good hands. We establish a habit of Our placement services are rendered way beyond academic rigour in our graduation as we follow up until our students students which also leads to proceed to their various universities. Every the brilliant results and graduating student is registered on our alumni list university admissions we and we reach out to them to find out how they are have recorded over the doing in their various universities. Updates on our years. alumni students are featured in our newsletters as we receive them, to encourage our current students that We have university the goals we insist on them aspiring for are doable. partners in every continent You can see that you have made the right choice and we access scholarships and your children are in for total care. and rebates allotted to us Our mantra at the Regent College is “Hard work for our students’ benefit pays”. We, therefore, appeal that you back us up in under the partnerships we encouraging your children to hit the ground running. have built up. We will work for hand in hand with you as we play our roles in nurturing these young men and women to maturity and goal-directed behaviour. Yours Sincerely, C.I.Ebiai (Mrs)

The Pacific World Real Estate's Official Newsletter BETTER TOGETHER The theme for this year’s National Day celebration was “We are Better Together” and was compered by Eled and Nadeen with all 6 major geopolitical zones fully represented. A debate in line with the theme was held; eight students( 4 supporting & four against a UNITED NATION). Following the parade was the HAPPY presentation of cultural foods, the INDEPENDENCE students were invited to the table to DAY NIGERIA!!! have a taste of the cultural foods available. With total satisfaction from everyone, the dance floor in celebration of Nigeria at 61 was declared open.

LEADERSHIP UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM QUEEN'S The first day of school began with a whole school assembly and the BATON RELAY COMPETITION Leadership Goal Setting Programme (LGSP) while the rest of Three of our students (Felix Ogedengbe, the orientation week was loaded Kashim- Imam Halima and Saleh with series of leadership activities Ruqqaya Nadeen) submitted ranging from seminar viewings, The applications to be part of the University Regent Core Values, Safety and of Birmingham Queen's Baton Relay in Library Guides, Mentorship and preparation for the 2022 Common Signing of Academic Integrity Wealth Games. Forms. With utmost pleasure, we report that all Student Mentoring 3 of them were shortlisted to make up the 6 chosen to represent Nigeria in the This includes practical support for finals. new students plus weekly sessions focusing on academic work. Each student has been paired with a member of staff whom they share weekly updates about academics and any other related topics. RESPECT RESPONSIBILITY RESILIENCE

Enjoying College Life Responsibly Handle your belongings and school property It may be the first time you've lived away from with the utmost care. home and had to take care of yourself. You'll probably be making a new group of friends, If you are running who may stay with you for the rest of your life. behind schedule, inform You might pick up new hobbies or habits, your teachers so that discover new interests and take the first steps you can be given an in your career. extension. Make meaningful and purposeful friendships Eat well, socialise and take breaks when necessary. It's also around this time that you begin to be treated as an adult by society. You'll have more choice about what you do and who you'll be than ever before. But be aware that, as an adult, you are responsible for yourself and your actions. Here are some of the things you should consider to get the most out of your time at TRC, whilst staying safe and secure. RESPECT RESPONSIBILITY RESILIENCE

TAKE CARE OF YOUR VISION We rely on our eyes to see and make sense of the world around us, so it is important to handle with as much care as possible. For improved eyesight, do the following: Eat a healthy, balanced diet- to include fruits and vegetables. Maintain a healthy weight. Exercise regularly Wear protective eyewear Give your eyes a rest. If you become unwell, don't suffer in silence -inform the school nurse and/or your houseparent to enable you to access health advice and support. GOOD STRESS?! Good stress: ·helps us to perform optimally IIt seems like a paradox to ·Motivates have “good” and “stress” in ·Is usually within our coping abilities the same sentence. There is ·Is short term a general notion that stress ·Focuses energy is negative, this is not ·Leads to high achievement entirely true as it can be Our mindset towards stress will ensure positive known as eustress. that we do not have it rubbing off us the This kind of stress that wrong way. We must think of stress as a helps us feel motivated to challenge, a motivator, an opportunity, work at achieving a goal, manageable and try to embrace it. and produces good feelings. As we set goals for ourselves with school This kind of stress is work and life generally, we must healthy and is even remember that stress can be good if we required to get life going. It set Specific, Measurable, Achievable, is necessary to help us build Realistic, and Timely (SMART) goals. resilience.

School So Far... An interview with OSSD students With classes already started, some of the students sat down with TRC's media team for a chat in which they talked about their backgrounds and goals. Please have a pleasant read. Christine Barinaale \"I have observed that OSSD uses I like the fact that the OSSD different learning methods, which assessment is continuous and I find both easier and at the same the final exam is only 30% of time, challenging to adjust to, our grades. Taking advantage especially in these early days. of the progressive grading However, it is interesting because system, I hope to get at least it is a new experience and I look 90% on every single assignment forward to learning more. I hope and assessment. to achieve good grades and expand my knowledge in many areasF.\"OLLOW OUR SOCIAL MEDIA

September 2021 WHO TO TALK TO Mr Monday Mr Tim Mr Awonusi UFP OSSD A-LEVEL [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] Mr Soji Mr Ikonoh Mrs Favour Activities/ Residence/ Student Welfare Mentoring Housekeeping [email protected] [email protected] Services [email protected] Mr Lawrence Mrs Ivie Academic Related Bursar Miss Sade Issues [email protected] Progression & [email protected] Placement [email protected] Miss Aisha Dr Prasad Mr Lawrence Health Hostel Exeat & other Academic Related [email protected] related issues Issues [email protected] [email protected] 08134923831 09021250667 Miss Sarah Miss Susan Socials, Marketing & Referrals Counselling & Advisory Services [email protected] [email protected]

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