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September 2022

  • GCSE Results 2022!

    Published 23/09/22

    Early morning on Thursday 25th August, staff joined our Year 11 students to celebrate the release of their GCSE results. Emotions were high because students were keen to fulfil their aspirations, which in turn would allow them to move on to the next steps in their academic journey, or pursue alternative pathways. Students have worked incredibly hard in these unprecedented times to ensure their futures were not compromised because of a global pandemic; their might and determination was second to none.

    Students at Rosedale College are continuing to improve in both their attainment and achievement. The College is continuing to perform on an upward trajectory, which is a true testament to the highly motivated and committed staff we have. Our successes are visible in both academic and vocational subjects, which is indicative of our holistic approach to education. Overall, 63% of our students achieved five strong passes at GCSE including English and Mathematics, which is above the national average of 60.3%. Our English GCSE strong passes at grade 5 and above reached an impressive 70% against a national average of 61%, with Mathematics strong passes at grade 5 and above achieving 67% against a national average of 56%.

    Some of our successes are shown in the tables included on the PDF below:

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  • State Funeral for the Queen

    Published 12/09/22

    The news of the death of the Queen last week was a significant moment for all of us. On Friday morning all the Schools and Colleges in the Trust showed their respect to mark the beginning of the national period of mourning in various ways. Pupils and students reflected on the Queens’ life and in particular over 70 years, her service to our nation.

    Following the announced date of the state funeral for Queen Elizabeth II, the Trust and each of its Schools and Colleges will close to mark this historic occasion on Monday 19th September 2022. The Rosedale Hewens Academy Trust will be open as usual over the next week through the national mourning period.

    We understand that during this period of mourning, some of our students may experience their own sense of loss and grief both for the Queen and for people close to them that are no longer with us. If you believe your child may need some additional support at this time please do not hesitate to contact their form tutor.

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September 2022