More detail about each subject can be found through the menus on the left.
At The Roseland Academy students are taught a Core Curriculum which follows the updated National Curriculum Programmes of study. These are in place across Key Stage 3.
New Key Stage 4 Programmes of Study in place for Year 10 and Year 11 to follow the new GCSE/BTEC Specifications.
Subjects are taught in both mixed ability or set groups. In Year 7 teaching groups are normally mixed ability but subsequently students may be placed in groups according to ability in each specific subject. The organisation of these teaching groups is decided by each team of subject specialists.
Mixed ability teaching groups in Humanities, Music, Art, Technology (ICT, Catering, Resistant Materials), Modern Foreign Languages, Drama, PE, Textiles and Farm Studies. English, Maths and Science are set according to ability.
Mixed ability teaching groups in Drama, Humanities, Music, Art, Technology (ICT, Catering, Resistant Materials), Modern Foreign Languages, PE, Textiles and Farm Studies. English, Maths and Science are set according to ability.
|Year 9||Mixed ability teaching groups in Humanities, Music, Art, Technology (ICT, Catering, Resistant Materials), Photography, Modern Foreign Languages, PE, Textiles and Farm Studies. English, Maths and Science are set according to ability.|
|Year 10||Students follow a core curriculum of English, Maths, Science, PE, Ethics and Philosophy. They have an additional 4 options subjects that are selected during Year 9 options process.|
Students follow a core curriculum of English, Maths, Science, PE, Ethics and Philosophy. They have an additional 4 options subjects that are selected during Year 9 options process.
In Years 10 and 11 all students study the following core courses:
- English Language GCSE
- English Literature GCSE
- Mathematics GCSE
- Physical Education
- Ethics and Philosophy GCSE
- Science (Double Award unless taking Triple Science option) GCSE
Students identified as requiring extra support irrespective of ability are provided with additional help either in the form of support in the classroom or by being placed in a smaller group for some subjects. This ensures all students make rapid and sustained progress well above national averages.
In Year 9 students begin covering GCSE content in all subjects. In Years 10 and 11 all students are prepared for GCSE examinations. Our success in these examinations has been outstanding. Results at The Roseland are well above the Cornish and national averages.
Personal, Social and Health Education with Citizenship is also taught throughout Years 10 and 11. There is a diverse and relevant range of topics including Online Safety, Careers Information and Guidance, and British Values and Democracy.
In addition, all students as part of their option process choose to study 4 additional GCSE/BTEC subjects that will include:
- Art & Design GCSE
- Drama GCSE
- French GCSE
- Spanish GCSE
- Geography GCSE
- History GCSE
- Music GCSE
- Media GCSE
- Photography GCSE
- Separate Science (Biology, Physics and Chemistry) x3 GCSEs
As an alternative to GCSEs we also offer level 2’s in:
- Business Studies (Cambridge National Level 2)
- Engineering (BTec Tech Award)
- Animal Care (BTec First Award)
- Hospitality and Catering (WJEC Level 2)
- ICT (Cambridge National Level 2)
A range of practical and leadership opportunities such as Duke of Edinburgh and Junior Sports Leader Award are also available.
More details on the courses on offer can be found using the curriculum links on the side of this page.
We are very proud of our achievements as a school. Our aim is to help every child achieve their full potential. We have been the highest ranking school in Cornwall for 3 years running, in 2017 we were ranked in the top 50 schools nationally.
The school performance tables can be found on https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/136572/the-roseland-academyDfe Website
If you would like to find out more about our curriculum and the information is not listed on the website, please contact the Deputy Headteacher, Mr Richard Clarke, via the contact information on our home page.