Ahead of our Open Morning tomorrow (23 March), read a special update from our Head, Hilary Mann:
“Since opening our new and exciting site in Lanlivery in September 2018, Roselyon School has been providing a fabulous and stimulating learning environment for our pupils inside and outside the classroom.The site has been fully operational since it opened and we have been encouraged by the increasing level of interest that we have been receiving at the School.
We are looking forward to showcasing the new opportunities the School has to offer at our Open Day tomorrow (23 March) from 10am to 12 noon, which promises to be a very positive event and will provide prospective parents and pupils with an opportunity to tour the School’s fantastic facilities, meet the Head and the teaching staff and hear about the ‘Roselyon experience’.
Looking to the future, whilst the independent school sector is facing economic challenges, the positive interest that we have received recently is allowing us to prepare for the Summer Term ahead and for the Academic year 2019/20. We are confident that we can build on the strong foundations we have put in place for what is a supportive, exciting and unique environment for educating children.”
We look forward to seeing you tomorrow!
Roselyon School is pleased to invite enthusiastic Year 2 and Year 3 mathematicians to join us for a Maths Enrichment Event, in conjunction with Truro School.
Rescheduled from a snowy date in February, the better weather means we can hold our Maths Day outdoors in our fabulous grounds and engage in active learning activities, including problem solving, teamwork and creativity.
The event is on Friday 22 March 2019 and will run from 9am to 12.30pm. All children are welcome to stay for lunch and Games until 3.45pm.
Places will be allocated in order of registration. The quickest route to register is to email email@example.com
We look forward to hearing from you!
Congratulations to our teams for their superb performances at last weekend’s British School Fencing Championships. We are most proud! Head coach Mr. Gayle provided this update:
“Amelia, Isla and Evie were the youngest fencers competing on the day, and they attracted a fair deal of attention with their good control of distance and clever bladework.
Jake, Will and Dylan began the day with determination, but a sense they would be meeting some very experienced and skillful teams on the piste. However, it became apparent from the start that we were performing better than expected in the first round of poules. A win in the first round of DE was a seminal moment for our team. A second win in the second round of DE against St Benedict’s was also completely unexpected, leaving us both euphoric and exhaused, with a two point lead at 45-43 with seconds left on the clock.
The boys finally went out in the third DE, securing second place in our table, and 7th overall. Superb results. Superb fencing. Superb competition. Thank you British Fencing Schools!”
You can find out more about our fencing provision here.