Important Upcoming Dates

Year 11 Results Day will take place on Thursday 22 August 2019, school will be open from 10.00am until 12.00pm for students to come and collect their results.

Tuesday 3 September 2019 will be a staff Inset Day, so the school will be closed to all students.

All students in all years (7, 8, 9, 10 and 11) will be expected to return/attend school on Wednesday 4 September 2019 for the start of the Autumn Term.

Year 5 Open Mornings

We are excited for our Year 5 Open Morning ,which takes place on Wednesday 19 June. This event gives students the opportunity to visit and experience our happy, successful and high performing school.

It is very important for children to feel at ease about his or her new school from the start of the process, and we take great care to ensure their happiness and that there is a smooth transition to secondary school. Our taster days are an important part of this as they allow children to join in lessons and learning activities with our students and staff. It also gives them the chance to form new friendships with students from other primary schools.

If you have any questions regarding our Year 5 taster days or would like your child to attend our additional Year 5 Taster Morning which is scheduled for Thursday 4 July, please do not hesitate to contact our Careers and Transition Co-ordinator Miss McWilliams on

We are also pleased to invite prospective parents and students to our Open Evening on Tuesday 24 September from 6.00 – 8.00pm.


Year 7 & 8 Family Learning Resources

Thank you to those parents and students who attended our Family Learning Evening on 23 May.  We hope that you found the evening beneficial in providing information about the assessment preparation.  It was great for students and parents to engage in practical activities together.

For those parents who were unable to attend we hope to see you next time.  We would like you to be fully informed in order to support your son/daughter through the revision strategies, making any assessment process positive, manageable and successful.

Please find attached the resources shared during the evening:

Year 7 and Year 8  Family Learning Assessment information booklet

Revision timetable To assist revision planning at home together 

We hope that the advice given will support you to strike a healthy balance in enjoying the school holidays and building on learning in a fun way.

Kind regards

Lenka Chanter

Assistant Headteacher

Teaching and Learning & SENDCo

Year 11 Revision Sessions

Please find attached the additional revision sessions for Year 11 students for over the Half Term holiday and the first week back (week commencing 3 June 2019) – further information will be posted daily on our Facebook page.

Year 9 Students Win Prizes in ‘Wild Roseland’ Photography Competition 2019


Following a recent Year 9 art project, a selection of student photography was exhibited in the ‘Wild Roseland’ Photography Competition and Exhibition at Gerrans Parish Memorial Hall on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 April.

The project was inspired by the theme ‘Our World, Our Planet’ and Year 9 students have been using their photographic skills to capture the impact of man-made materials and pollution on the natural environment, for example the devastating effect of plastics on our local beaches.

The exhibition also featured an exciting range of photography by the wider community, celebrating the natural beauty and bio-diversity of the Roseland area. Our students’ work looked fantastic and drew a lot of positive comments, as well as raising awareness about plastic pollution in and around the Roseland peninsula.

We are delighted to announce and congratulate our three talented prize winners for The Roseland Academy school category: Ciara (third prize), Leela (second prize) and Charlie (first prize) – and as always, we would like to thank the Roseland Festival and Wild Roseland teams for their generosity and ongoing support for the school.

Y9 Options Evening Tuesday 30 April 2019

To Parent(s)/Carer(s) of Students in Year 9

As you will recall, in March we started the Key Stage 4 options process with our Year 9 students when we released the initial ‘straw poll’ forms. This process will culminate this half term when students make their final choices for the courses they will take at GCSE or BTEC level when they start Year 10 in September.

You are warmly invited to attend our Key Stage 4 Options Evening on Tuesday 30 April from 6.00 – 8.00pm. Parents and students will have the opportunity to discuss GCSE/BTEC option courses in detail with subject teachers. We strongly recommend that all students attend this event with their parent(s)/carer(s). On the evening, we will also release our Options Booklet which outlines the curriculum structure in Key Stage 4, gives advice on how to make the right choices and provides information about the content of each course.

Following the Options Evening, the final options form will be released to students on the morning of Wednesday 1 May.

The final deadline for handing in completed options forms will be two weeks later, Wednesday 15 May.

It is anticipated that option choices will be confirmed before the May half term.

Prior to the deadline for the options form there will be a further opportunity to meet staff at the Year 9 Parents’ Evening on Wednesday 8 May from 4.00-6:30pm.  Information detailing how to book appointments through the online system will be given to students this week.


Roseland Festival Drama Workshop

FREE! Roseland Festival Drama Workshop on Saturday 27 April 10.30 – 3.30pm

Improve your drama skills at a fun filled day! This Roseland Festival drama workshop is FREE of charge and open to young people aged between 11 – 16 years.

The workshop takes place at The Roseland Academy, Tregony, TR2 5SE. Please bring a packed lunch with you.

Please note that this is not a school event and places must be booked in advance via the Roseland Festival/CRBO website or box office: or /01726 879500.


Year 9 Get Creative for the Combined Truro Schools Art Exhibition 2019

Year 9 art classes are busy creating work for the annual Combined Truro Schools Art Exhibition 2019. This successful arts programme, now in it’s 14th year, involves a series of creative workshops which allow staff and students from five secondary schools in the Truro area to collaborate with visiting professional artists, leading to a public exhibition and celebration of their work. The theme for 2018/19 is ‘Our World, Our Planet’ and students have been looking at the environmental impact of plastics and other man-made pollutants on the natural environment.

On Monday 25th March ten Year 9 students from The Roseland Academy joined students from Penair and Truro High School for a printmaking workshop led by local artist Tony Minnion, based at Truro High School for Girls. They enjoyed immersing themselves in the creative process for a whole day, working with a professional artist and learning about screen printing techniques. Working as a team, they designed and produced a stunning series of large fabric banners representing land, sea and sky, inspired by the environmental theme.

On Tuesday 26 March another group of Year 9 students took part in a second printmaking workshop at The Roseland Academy, led by visiting artist Daisy Jones. The work was inspired by a series of photographs on the environmental theme, taken by Year 9 students earlier this term, and they created some fantastic original designs for screen prints which are due to be completed next term.

We look forward to seeing the resultant artwork in the Combined Truro Schools Art Exhibition, which takes place at Truro Cathedral in the summer term. The exhibition will remain open to the public for two weeks, following a prestigious opening ceremony and private view on Tuesday 4th June, to which all Year 9 students and their families will be invited – further details to follow soon!