Statutory & Governance Information

We have added this page listing all statutory information in one place to make it easier to find.

Governance

The Roseland Multi Academy Trust has a two tier governance structure: Trustees and Members.  Both these positions are requirements of the Trust’s governing document; the Articles of Association.
The Board of Trustees carry out the day to day governance tasks in delivering the three core functions of governance:
  • Ensure clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction;
  • Hold the Headteachers and CEO to account for the educational performance of the schools and its pupils, and the performance and management of its staff;
  • Oversee the financial performance of the MAT and schools ensuring its money is well spent.
Further Governance information can be found here
Governance documentation can be found here

Enquiries

Any enquiries to the Trustees should be addressed to
Mrs Laura Keam
The Academy Clerk
The Roseland Academy
Tregony
CORNWALL
UK
TR2 5SE
Telephone:   01872 530583
Fax:   01872 530498
Or use the ‘contact us’ option on the website.

Ethos and Values

A copy of our Mission Statement incorporating the school’s ethos and values can be found here:

Achievement and Progress Data

Parents may access the School Performance Tables published by the Secretary of State on the Department for Education’s website here.

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.

Pupil Premium 

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
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