Schools have to publish a range of information on their website. As well as publishing this information in the different section on the website we have also added it to this page to make it easier to find.Any enquiries should be addressed to
Mrs Laura Keam
The Academy Clerk
The Roseland Academy
Telephone: 01872 530583
Fax: 01872 530498
Or use the ‘contact us’ option on the website.
A statement of the school’s ethos and values can be found here:
Achievement and Progress Data:
2018 KS4 Headlines:
- Overall Progress 8 0.59
- PP Progress 8 0.34
- English Progress 8 0.48
- Maths Progress 8 0.51
- EBACC Progress 8 0.56
- 4+English (best) 80%
- 5+English (best) 63%
- 4+Maths 75%
- 5+Maths 58%
- 4+ Both E&M 70%
- 5+ Both E&M 51%
- 5 Standard passes inc E&M 68%
- 5 Strong Passes inc E&M 48%
- EBACC Entered 44%
- EBACC Achieved (standard Pass) 33%
- EBACC Achieved (strong Pass) 20%
2017 KS4 Headlines:
- Overall Progress 8 0.85
- PP Progress 8 0.78
- English Progress 8 0.50
- Maths Progress 8 0.67
- EBACC Progress 8 0.81
- 4+English (best) 88%
- 5+English (best) 67%
- 4+Maths 84%
- 5+Maths 63%
- 4+ Both E&M 80%
- 5+ Both E&M 51%
- 5 Standard passes inc E&M 80%
- 5 Strong Passes inc E&M 51%
- 5+A*-C or equivalent 83%
- EBACC Entered 34%
- EBACC Achieved 21%
In the Summer of 2016 our students achieved
- 75% 5 + A* – C GCSEs (or equivalent) including English and Maths GCSEs,
- 24.6% achieved the English Baccalaureate
- 71.1% made the expected progress in Mathematics and
- 92.6% of made the expected progress in English
- Progress 8 0.52
In the Summer of 2015 our students achieved
- 64% 5 + A* – C GCSEs (or equivalent) including English and Maths GCSEs,
- 29% achieved the English Baccalaureate
- 80% made the expected progress in Mathematics and
- 63% of made the expected progress in English
Parents may access the School Performance Tables published by the Secretary of State on the Department for Education’s website here.
- Schools Admission: can be found here
- Special Educational Needs: can be found here
- Charging and remissions policy:
OFSTED Reports: The most recent report about the school published by her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Education, Children’s Services and Skills can be found here.
The Roseland Academy is using the Pupil Premium funding to narrow the gap between the performance of different students and different groups of students.
We aim to:
• Ensure that all students make better than expected progress in relation to their starting points.
• Ensure that students are academically competent and have a well-developed range of reading, writing, communication and mathematical skills.
• Ensure that students understand themselves as learners, know how to ‘problem-solve’ and become increasingly independent.
• Ensure that students are emotionally resilient, enjoy positive relationships in school and aspire to be the very best they can be.
• Ensure that students are confident in themselves, enjoy school and attend regularly.
• Ensure that students are supported and challenged to have the highest possible aspirations for themselves regarding future plans.
How we spend the school’s allocation from the Pupil Premium grant
For our 2017/18 Pupil Premium Strategy Document