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Steel Roses combine forces with Steel Appeal at Newquay’s Paddle for Life.

Steel Roses at Joe WayThis year's ‘Joe Way Paddle for life' was hailed another success after an amazing turn out.

Hundreds of paddlers descended on Newquay harbour on Thursday 18th June for this year's Joe Way Paddle for Life. Paddlers of all ages and abilities took 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.

The weather was at its best with glorious sunshine as both local spectators and 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 Harbour as families enjoyed picnics and watched the action unfold.

Both Steel bands created the perfect Caribbean vibe with their repertoire of Soca, Calypso and Pop. An enjoyable evening for all!

The event began in 2008 when lifeguards from Fistral beach held a charity paddle in memory of little Joe, who died after battling a string of illnesses at the age of 4.

His proud parents, Matt and Claire, set up the joeway.co.uk website to collect money for 20 charities, including the Children's Hospice South West's Precious Lives Appeal, aimed at building a children's hospice in Cornwall. Together they have raised more than £128,000 in total over the years.

GCSE Photography & Music Students Featured ‘CreatEd' Exhibition 2015

Harry Arnold Three Domes.jpgThis term the college will be exhibiting selected works by Year 11 GCSE Photography students and Year 11 GCSE Music students' own compositions in the prestigious CreatEd Exhibition at Falmouth University's Design Centre in Penryn. This annual exhibition is a celebration of art, design, media, performance, writing and business work by GCSE and Post 16 students.

The exhibition features projects from secondary schools and Further Education colleges throughout the South West. A Private View and Awards Ceremony will take place at the Design Centre on Thursday 25th June, to which parents and carers of the selected students will be personally invited, and the exhibition will also be open to the general public between Friday 26th June and Thursday 2nd July.

Last year The Roseland received two awards and many positive comments for our stunning display of work, and we are sure that this year's GCSE entries will be just as inspiring!

The Roseland becomes Institute of Physics Link School
SPN Initial MeetingAfter a competitive application process, The Roseland Community College, in partnership with Truro and Penwith College and Pool Academy has become one of only five schools nationally in the first wave of "Link Schools with Adviser" as part of the Institute of Physics: Stimulating Physics Network Programme (SPN).

The collaboration will lead the way in providing support and sharing best practice in physics teaching and learning across Cornwall. The objective of the SPN is to improve the quality of pupils' physics experience in other Cornish schools and to reinvigorate a culture of physics in schools, as indicated by an increase in the uptake of physics at post-16 level. This will be led regionally by the new collaboration, which will provide free support and training for local schools and teachers.

Accreditation for The Roseland for this prestigious status was awarded on various key measures, including a successful recent history of GCSE Physics results, high onward progression to A Level Physics and evidence and impact of delivering educational training and enhancement of physics education.

The other four schools awarded SPN Link School with Adviser status in this first wave of the development are: Skipton Girls' High School in Bradford, Darrick Wood School in Bromley, St Joseph's College in Staffordshire and Wildern School in Southampton.

Photo. L-R: Mark Wardle, Director of Curriculum; Jennie Gill, Physics at Pool Academy; Matt Bennett, Deputy Team Leader for Science; David Cameron, Stimulating Physics Network Manager at Institute of Physics; Bill Gott, SW Regional Teaching & Learning Coach at Institute of Physics; Jon Grey, Programme Team Leader for Science; Richard Clarke, Physics at The Roseland Community College.

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra Wednesday 22nd April
BSO BrassYoung brass players from The Roseland Community College, Penair, Richard Lander and partner primary schools enjoyed an inspirational brass concert & masterclass with the Brass Quintet from The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra on Wednesday 22nd April, hosted by The Roseland Community College. Brass players of all ages came together to hear a short concert and demonstration by the quintet, who also spoke about their chosen career and working life as a professional musician.  Students then got the chance to play alongside the quintet as they collaborated on two ensemble pieces, which they performed to a Year 7 music class at the end of the morning. Years 5 & 6 from Tregony primary also attended the morning concert.

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