I could only find a type of work around.
You could hide the Control Panel Tools, this will hide them in the Start Menu and the Control Panel, his will not stop them working but you and they will have to use the command prompt.
I don't know there skill level but it may work.
You could also hide only the tools you wish closed. To hide
A list of control panel files is at the bottom of 'To Hide' Run control Panel from command prompt
Some Methods of Restricting Registry Access:
Removing executable files from users' workstations
Using Software Restriction Policies
Protecting executable files by using file system permissions
Editing access rights to registry keys
detail at flylib.com
Hope something helps.