Inset Day – Tuesday 25 September 2018. School closed to students

Dear Parent(s) / Carer(s)

Inset Day – Tuesday 25 September 2018

A reminder that The Roseland Academy will be closed to students on Tuesday 25 September as it is a staff training day.

This day has been identified as one of our in-service training (INSET) days. This day will be part of our programme across the year, in which teachers and support staff are continually developing the quality of learning and teaching for our students.

Future closure day information is on the school website fromt page under term dates, in the school calendar and text message reminders will also be sent.

The Roseland Academy Open Evening Tuesday 25 September 6:00-8:00pm

Please come and experience our wonderfully caring, creative and high performing school!

We are pleased to invite prospective parents and students to our Open Evening on Tuesday 25 September from 6.00-8.00pm.

We hope to give you a brief taste of what will be on offer for your child if you choose our school. Activities will be in the form of displays of work, resources, interactive sessions and experiments and much, much more. Students and parents will also be able to explore the school, either with a student guide or your child may be able to take you around themselves as they may be familiar with the school following the Year 6 taster morning earlier in the year.

Roseland Music Academy Summer Showcase Celebrating EMI Music Projects

Well done to everyone who took part in our Roseland Music Academy summer showcase, which took place at Truro Methodist Church on Monday 9th July! This celebration of young musical talent included fantastic performances by our Junior Choir, Roseland Voices, Roseland Youth Orchestra, and new boys singing group - and also featured Year 5 pupils from partner primary schools Tregony, Gerrans and Probus. All the performers have been taking part in our EMI Anniversary Music Project this year - watch this video to hear more about this inspiring project, which has been generously funded by our sponsor, EMI Music Sound Foundation.

Roseland Music Academy

Well done to everyone who took part in our Roseland Music Academy summer showcase, which took place at Truro Methodist Church on Monday 9 July.This celebration of young musical talent included fantastic performances by our Junior Choir, Roseland Voices, Roseland Youth Orchestra, and new boys' singing group - and also featured Year 5 pupils from partner primary schools Tregony, Gerrans and Probus! All the performers have been taking part in our EMI Anniversary Music Project this year - please click on the link below to hear more about this inspiring project, which has been generously funded by our sponsor, EMI Music Sound Foundation.

Posted by The Roseland Academy on Wednesday, 5 September 2018

Outstanding Results at The Roseland Academy

This morning students at The Roseland Academy at Tregony enthusiastically opened their results and celebrated their successes with staff, parents and friends.

“I’m overjoyed to announce that our students have again achieved beyond all expectations. This is the third year in a row that the outcomes for The Roseland students are well above the national picture. Our success is down to the hard work and dedication applied by our Year 11 students and the ongoing, unwavering support of our staff at The Roseland Academy,” said Headteacher Mr Challis.

“We’re all tremendously proud of them.”

 

There were many individual successes among them:
Ciaran celebrated outstanding progress, attaining grade 9 in English Language, 8 in Literature and a 7 in Mathematics which were well beyond his expectations. He said: “I’m overwhelmed with my results.”
Rowan, Jasmine and Jonty impressed staff and peers alike as the highest achieving students. Jasmine said: “I’m really happy, I put a huge amount of work into my subjects and it has paid off.”
Deputy head Mr Clarke added: “These great results are undeniably down to the sheer determination of our Year 11 students and dedicated staff. It’s been a pleasure to watch them grow throughout their school career and we are confident the future is bright for them.”
Jack was also thrilled with his results after receiving a grade 9 in Music along with a series of other high grades. He said: “I’m so pleased to have achieved the highest grade possible in music.”

 

Mr Challis added: “All our Year 11 students have been a pleasure to teach and it’s heartwarming to see everyone so excited, especially as many exceeded their own expectations. They should all feel extremely proud of themselves, just as all members of staff at The Roseland Academy are proud of them.”

 

“As we say our final goodbyes to the class of 2018, we wish them a fantastic rest of the summer and the best of luck in the future; be it in further education, work or travel.”