SUSTAINED SUCCESS IN 2017!
Once again, examination results for students at the end of Key Stage 4 (Year 11) continue to be impressive, placing Rosedale amongst the top flight of London schools. The overall results were fantastic, even though this was a year when examinations in Mathematics and English had become far more demanding and complex. Despite this, 43 students achieved Level 8 grades or above, across the core subjects. Beyond this, we were especially proud of achievement in Science where 80% of students achieved an A*- C grade, with Humanities subjects seeing 60% of students securing A*- C grades in History and Religious Education. Interpreting the performance of secondary schools is now far more complicated than even before, with different grading systems being used for different subjects. Even so, it is clear that over 70% of our learners achieved at least 5 A*- C grades across the curriculum including English and Mathematics.
Many students surpassed all expectations, in achieving grades which will set them on a firm course for Post 16 studies and ultimately university. Rosedale College is ambitious for its students and committed to ensuring that the best possible outcomes are achieved for the learner. We look forward to further “success through collaboration” and continued recognition for all our student stakeholders.
Please refer to the Department for Education (DfE) website for information concerning performance tables:
Following an Ofsted inspection on the 2nd November 2016, Rosedale College was once again judged as a 'Good' school.
'This school continues to be good' Ofsted November 2016.
'Rosedale College is recognised as a Centre of Excellence. Following the Inclusion Quality Mark visit in October 2015, Rosedale was subsequently awarded this new status.'
'Outcome Award in respect of being in the top 10% of schools nationally for outstanding Student Progress'
'Rosedale College should be congratulated for their stunning achievement in improving their GCSE results.' (SSAT, 2012)
'In recognition of exceptional teaching practice and sharing best practice with other schools.' Boris Johnson, Mayor of London