The DfE School Performance Tables for 2019

The DfE School Performance Tables for 2019 have been published.

Well done to our hardworking students and staff and thank you parents, carers and families for your fantastic support.

To find out The Roseland Academy’s position in Cornwall, follow this link: https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/schools-by-type?step=phase&region=908&geographic=la&phase=secondary&fbclid=IwAR3Zufn_kfqMF4arAal7T7o1iyyEPeUXtMK9ziX4-y__WEI9rKitjafep_4

The Big Sing Concert Performance

This annual event is a fantastic opportunity for all new Year 7 students at The Roseland to perform in a Music Department concert, hopefully the first of many in their time at school, and to really enjoy singing together and performing for their families.

The concert will feature a number of solo and ensemble performances selected from class activities in the first few weeks of term, and will also include some other items from our school choirs and other year groups.

The concert takes place in the Hall at 6.00pm on Thursday 17 October.

Everyone is welcome, but please note that this is a ticketed event. Tickets are available in advance on a first come, first serve basis from the school Finance Office, priced £2.00 each.

 

Year 10 Work Experience Evening

Throughout the year we do lots to help prepare our Year 10 students for Work Experience, and Year 10 Work Experience Evening will take place on Monday 7 October 2019 from 6.30pm.

We encourage as many parent(s)/carer(s) to attend this evening session with their child as the paperwork will be started during the evening.

We look forward to seeing you there.

The Roseland Academy Open Evening

We would like to invite all prospective students and parents to an Open Evening on Tuesday 24 September 2019.

Please come and see our happy, vibrant and caring school.

Welcome from Mr Challis, Headteacher and Open School: 6.00 – 8.00pm

We look forward to meeting you!

Year 11 Family Learning/Curriculum Evening

We would like to invite all parents of students and students in Year 11 to our forthcoming Year 11 Family Learning Curriculum Evening on Tuesday 17 September 6.00 – 8.00pm.

On the evening we will outline how best to support your son/daughter through this important final year. Our teachers will deliver subject specific sessions on how to best support revision at home and will be available to answer any questions or concerns. Feedback from last year’s session was extremely positive and many of the attendees went on to achieve success in their final results.

We looking forward to seeing you there.

We highly recommend that you to subscribe to the school Facebook page as all future Family Learning information will be advertised here.

New morning bus pick up times for ROS012 service starting Thursday 12 September 2019

Dear Parent(s)/Carer(s),

We have been informed by the Transport Co-ordination Service at the Council today that starting tomorrow morning, Thursday 12 September, the pick-up times for the ROS012 (Hewas Water/Grampound) bus service will be changed to:

St Austell bus station:     08.00

St Austell (South Street) 08.05

Sticker (bus stop)             08.12

Hewas Water bus stop    08.14

Grampound School         08.20

 

Kind Regards

The Roseland Academy

The Roseland Academy Students Celebrate Stellar Exam Results

The Roseland Academy was filled with smiling faces and celebrations today, as students collected their GCSE results after a summer-long wait.

 Headteacher Chris Challis praised his students’ “incredible” accomplishments, noting, “This year’s results have surpassed our already extremely high expectations. On behalf of everyone at The Roseland Academy, I’d like to congratulate the students for all their hard work and the results they have achieved. It’s particularly pleasing to see such high progress rates in every subject which provide an excellent showcase of why we are regarded as an ‘outstanding’ education provider by Ofsted.”

 “The students have achieved a set of results that they themselves, their parents and their teachers should be proud of” he added. 

 Notably, Ashley celebrated outstanding individual results, achieving 9 grade 9’s and an A* in Additional Maths. He said, ‘ I am delighted with these results as I worked exceptionally hard and I I want to thank my teachers for their support..

 Ben was similarly delighted with his grade 9 in Maths, securing a place at Exeter Maths School. He said of his results, “I am so happy to be able to attend Exeter Maths School”.   Maddie, who achieved 6 grade 9’s, intends to go on to Truro College to study A-levels she said, ‘I am so pleased with my results and am looking forward to studying Sciences at A level.’ 

 “Today’s results are a reflection of years of hard work put in by students and staff alike. It’s fantastic to see so many smiling faces today, as this is an exceptional group of young people” said Deputy Head, Mr Clarke. “They are a credit to The Roseland Academy and I’m sure many will have surprised themselves with what they have achieved today, but each and every student has earned their success.”

 The majority of The Roseland students will now go on to further education at institutions across Cornwall, as they look to build on today’s achievements.

 “We anticipate these students will take further education in their stride, as long as they continue to work hard and keep the same enthusiasm we saw during their time with us. It is always a delight to hear about the amazing things our former students progress to, be it university study or heading into a career – we’re sure this group will be no different!”

 Mr Challis added, “Every year, I am blown away by the dedication and standard of care provided by the teaching staff and community at large associated with The Roseland Academy, and I would like to thank everyone who contributed to reaching this point today. The Academy has proven once again its proficiency at equipping students with the skills they need to make the most of their post results day opportunities. Moving forward, we wish each and every one of them luck!”