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Students from The Roseland Community College are celebrating another excellent set of GCSE results
The class of 2014 gathered nervously in the college's eLearning Centre this morning (Thursday) to collect their long awaited grades. There were hugs, cheers and a few tears as the students realised all their hard work had paid off.

Head teacher Neil Wilkinson-McKie said: "We are all celebrating after achieving another excellent set of exam results. Huge congratulations to all the Year 11 students of 2014 for their hard work and dedication. "Thank you to all the staff and the parents for their support in helping our students achieve their full potential."

The Roseland students have performed exceptionally well once again - early indications show 82% of students achieving  five A to C grades with another increase on last years A*/A results with 30% of students achieving at least 3A*/A grades at GCSE and 21% of students achieving an incredible 5A*A grades at GCSE. These results may change even further over the coming weeks.

Special congratulations go to Harry Robinson who achieved 12 A*/A, Milly Lytham who achieved 11 A*/A, Lucy Barkhuysen, Trystan Calverley, Milly Coxhead, Sean Freer, Josie McMonagle and Isabel Semple who all achieved 10 A*/A and to Olivia Brown, Ellie Frampton and Milo Semonin who all achieved an amazing nine A*/A grades.  

Harry Robinson said: "I am delighted with my results. I know my head teacher is really proud too. "I would quite like have a career in medicine in the future so I am going to college to study maths, chemistry, biology and history."

Millie Coxhead said: "Really happy with my results and now going to study A Level geography, maths, chemistry and biology."I really loved my time at The Roseland and I am really sad to be leaving."

Megan Whatty said: "I am really happy with my grades. I got six As ,three B's and a A*. I will hopefully be going into a career in ecology or environment science."I am looking forward to going to college and then going on to university. My friends and I will all be celebrating with a party later."

Mr Wilkinson-McKie added: "I am very proud of all our students. They have all performed extremely well - whatever their talents or abilities, our students' results reflect their potential and all the hard work they and the staff put in to their learning."The students of 2014 have been a real pleasure to teach and work alongside and we wish them all the very best for the future."

The Roseland Community College is holding its Open Evening on Tuesday 23rd September from 6pm to 8pm for anyone who would like to find out more about the college.

Steel Roses support annual charity.

Joe Way PaddleThis year's Joe Way Paddle for life was hailed another success after an amazing turn out

The weather had a wet start during the set up but was at its best as the town along with holiday makers turned out in force to support the annual fundraiser. Newquay band, Steel Appeal, were joined by Roseland Community College's band, Steel Roses, who played on the beach as families enjoyed picnics and watched the action unfold.

This year's event saw a footfall of over a thousand spectators for the second year running and nearly 400 paddlers of all ages and abilities taking part in the 200m, 1km fun paddle, 1km relays and the RNLI memorial cup to do their bit to raise money for some of the 20 charities now supported by the Joe Way appeal.

Organiser, Matt Way said "As always the support was huge and after fearing a poor turn out whilst setting up in the rain we had the busiest event to date, I'm sure Joe would be very proud of what has been achieved in his memory".

See the Cornish Guardian article here

Super six runners up in county beach cricket.

Super SixMatt Bray, Fred Burr, Jack Pearce, Alfie Flack, Lewis Grant and Sam Townsend produced some fantastic cricket to reach the finals of the 2014 competition at Perranporth beach.

After losing their opening game to Camborne the lads regrouped and targeted fielding and bowling as the main areas to improve. They did this exceptionally well and went unbeaten for the next five matches and only have 9 runs away to Newquay Tretheras in the semi-final. The runs were knocked off quickly and the boys faced Camborne again in the final. This time it was the batting that struggled and we just didn't quite score enough runs batting first. Camborne completed the run chase with an over to spare after some tight bowling early in the Camborne innings.

The boys win a set of soft cricket kit which will hopefully be used at lunchtimes to inspire the next generation of cricketers at the Roseland.

Well done!

Roseland Students Win Prizes in CreatEd Exhibition & Cornwall School Games Creative Competitions!

We are delighted to announce that four Roseland students have won some prestigious prizes this term in various competitions and summer exhibitions across the county. As part of the cultural contribution to this year's Cornwall School Games, three creative competitions took place earlier this term involving primary and secondary schools in the Truro and Roseland area. CreatEd exhibition 1CreatEd exhibition 2

Well done to all students who submitted entries for the Creative Writing, Photography and T-shirt Design competitions, and our congratulations go to prize winners Bethanie Clayton in Year 11, who won 2nd prize for photography, and Year 11 Chloe West who achieved Highly Commended, also for photography. Their work was displayed at the Cornwall School Games cultural celebration, which took place at the Burrell Theatre in Truro on the evening of Thursday 26th June, and looked fantastic!

The college also exhibited selected works by GCSE Art, Photography and Music students in this year's CreatEd exhibition at University College Falmouth. GCSE work was invited from secondary schools across the county and was beautifully displayed in the Design Centre at the Tremough campus between 26th and 28th June. Staff, parents and students were invited to attend a private view and awards ceremony on Thursday 26th June and The Roseland received many positive comments for this year's stunning display of work. Our congratulations go to all students who took part, and especially to Year 11 students Maria Squire, who won 2nd prize for photography, and Olivia Brown, who won 3rd prize for her music composition.

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