2017 Examination Results
Delighted students of The Roseland Academy received their GCSE results today in front of their proud parents and teachers, with the school celebrating another year of great results.
Headteacher, Chris Challis, praised students for their “fantastic” results, stating, “The Academy would like to congratulate all our Year Eleven students for their successful 2017 examination results. They have been the first cohort through the new reformed GCSEs in English and Maths and have excelled themselves across all of their subjects. We are delighted that our students have been rewarded with results of which they can be proud. This is down to their hard work, effort, and commitment whilst at The Roseland.”
“We are thrilled with this year’s results and would like to extend congratulations to all of our students, staff and their families who have supported them throughout this school year. Huge congratulations to them all!”
While the overall performance of our Year 11 cohort has been very impressive, some individual successes are especially noteworthy: Amelia Guest achieved seven A*s and three Grade 9s, the new highest English and Maths grade, whilst Jago Bayley received seven A*s or equivalents and two grade 9s. Jago also achieved the maximum possible marks for his Geography GCSE.
“It is wonderful to see the celebration today, with the students and staff alike being rewarded for all of their exemplary hard work. We are over the moon to see, once again, some of our best ever results not only from the highest achievers, but also from the students who have exceeded their own expectations.” said Richard Clarke, Deputy Head at The Roseland Academy.
“We are very excited to be sending this year’s leavers off to colleges, Sixth Forms and apprenticeships, knowing that they will continue to strive for excellence in whatever comes next. We will continue to follow their progress with enthusiasm.” Mr Clarke continued.
Mr Challis added “The exceptional grades we have seen today represent the culmination of 5 years of hard work, and show that our Academy continues to prepare students for the future challenges of A-Levels, university and their eventual career.”
The Roseland Academy has again delivered strong performance across all of our faculties. Last year our students excelled and achieved record results for the Roseland. It looks like this year the bar has been raised again. This is particularly pleasing as the English and Mathematics teams have been delivering the new reformed and tougher GCSE specifications. The students have taken this in their stride and excelled again.
See below for reporting on our 2016 Examination Results
We are proud to announce that in the recently released Department of Education school league tables, we are top of Cornwall for the Progress 8 score, achieving a figure of 0.53. This measure compares students’ best 8 GCSE/BTEC grades against the national average. This figure is exceptionally high and puts the 2016 performance of The Roseland Academy students within the top 10% of schools nationally.
This fantastic achievement is testament to the dedication of our hard working staff, our high standards, and our wonderful students – we are very proud of all of them!
To see the 2016 schools performance tables click here
We are exceptionally proud to have received a personal letter from Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP, Minister of State for School Standards, for our outstanding examination results.
NEWS about our 2015 Exam Results….
The Education Endowment Foundation produces databases to help understand how the performance of Roseland Academy students compares with other similar schools across the country.
We are extremely proud that in our group of 50 similar schools, we feature at the top of the various performance measures, including the respected 3 year average for exam results.
Don’t just take our word for it! Please read more here