Schools within The Roseland Multi-Academy Trust work together on a wide range of developmental projects which innovate, develop and improve standards and opportunities for students of all three schools.
As of 2016, The Roseland Academy is the highest performing state school in Cornwall, and one of the leading schools in the South West. With a fantastic team of staff, we nurture, challenge and inspire every child to reach their potential. We are an aspirational school that provides a broad and balanced curriculum matched to our students' needs.
We achieve academic success as well as developing students' emotional and social wellbeing through an exciting and varied school programme.
Please keep an eye out for a letter sent home by the English Department.
There is an opportunity for Key Stage 4 students to attend a live screening of 'A Christmas Carol' at the cinema.
The trip will involve two trips - one to St Austell Cinema and one to Truro Cinema to ensure all Key Stage 4 students get the opportunity to attend. The cost of the ticket is £7.50 for St Austell White River Cinema and £9.00 for Truro Plaza Cinema and must be paid to the Finance Office with the completed parental consent form by Thursday 15 November.
Students in Years 7, 8 and 9 have been creating their own Remembrance poppies in one of their Humanities lessons.
During this time, they have been able to ask further questions about remembrance and we have also heard a number of real life accounts from students who have been able to speak about relatives involved in various conflicts. We now have a beautiful Poppy Wave in our Dining Hall.
There has also been an interest with the 'purple' poppy to remember the animals who also lost their lives during the First World War.
On Friday we invite all of our students who are members of Cadets, Guides, Scouts (of all sections) to proudly wear their uniform and badges to raise awareness for Remembrance Day.
Thank you to the Humanities Department for coordinating this.