Combined Truro Schools Exhibition.
The finishing touches are being added to the pieces for
submission for this years Combined Truro Schools Exhibition - see this article for full details .
Based on the theme of ‘Journey' the year 8 students have
produced decorated birds, maps and footprints. The opening is this Friday at
6pm and it runs until Saturday March 15th at the Lander Gallery in
Lemon St Market.
These artworks were selected as particularly well executed.
Well done to Will Hawkins, Molly Carleston and Amy Robinson.
Children's Hospice South West charity dinner
The Roseland Community College is delighted to be hosting a
charity dinner on Friday 28 March in aid
of Children's Hospice South West. Entitled ‘Chefs United' the fine dining
experience will involve two local chefs; Will Gould from The Watch House and
Paul Wadham from The Hotel Tresanton in St Mawes, as well as Year 10 catering
students from The Roseland.
Tickets for the three course dinner are £25.00 per head and
will be available from the Finance Office from Monday 3 March. Numbers are limited and
it is predicted to be a sell-out evening. There will be musical entertainment,
a lucky fiver competition and a bar available.
The menu includes: canapes
and a welcome drink, starter of Grampound
duck rillette with crispy duck skin crackling and granny smith jelly, Da Bara
walnut, raisin and cinnamon toasts, Watch House pickles, dressed baby leaves, main course will be Grilled Cod from Wings of St
Mawes served with chorizo, butter beans, purple sprouting broccoli and fennel
followed by a trio of
desserts served with homemade ice-cream. To round off the meal, tea or coffee will be served with
The Roseland Community College has chosen to support
Children's Hospice South West this year as their contribution to Children in
Need. The Hospice have a simple goal - to make the most of short and precious
lives. Come along and help CHSW continue in the future to help so many
Bethany Bray recently participated in the regional round
of schools Great British Bake off. Students were asked to produce a show
stopper for the event which could be prepared, baked and decorated within
90min. As any baker knows this is an extremely tough ask!
Beth rose to the challenge producing a choca mocha hot
chocolate cake topped with meringue to represent the cream and a baked meringue
handle. Judges were bowled over by Beth's organisation and the presentation of
her masterpiece. After a short wait for the judges to add up their results,
Beth finished in a strong 3rd place.
From everyone at The Roseland, Well Done Beth
Combined Truro Schools Street Art Workshop with Local Artist Mat McIvor
Four Year 8 students from The Roseland Community College
spent the day at Penair School on Thursday 6th February working with
Penzance based artist Mat McIvor, whose bold and vibrant work can be seen in
galleries and both indoor and outdoor spaces all around Cornwall. Students from
The Roseland, Richard Lander, Penair, Glyn House, Truro School and Truro High
schools worked together to create some stunning street art designs,
transforming buildings in and around Truro in a series of paintings that will
be displayed at The Lander Gallery, Truro in March as part of this year's
Combined Truro Schools Art Exhibition.