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Welcome to Rossett School, an ‘outstanding’ academy.
Rossett provides a high quality, inspirational learning experience for young people from a wide variety of backgrounds which creates our happy and vibrant community; we are a truly comprehensive school.
Academic excellence is important to us and we provide a first class education with a relevant and varied curriculum where the fundamental aim is to ensure success for everyone.
Central to this aim is a culture and ethos where students can develop into resilient, responsible and reflective learners with high self-esteem and high expectations.
Results have continued to improve year on year but Rossett offers much more including an extensive range of extracurricular activities and learning opportunities outside the classroom.
In this inclusive school, we expect our students to have the highest standards of behaviour, to respect diversity and to understand global citizenship and equality of opportunity.
We are proud of all that has been achieved but are never complacent and continue to strive to find ways in which we can further enhance the quality of teaching and learning.
Above all we know that our young people enjoy life at Rossett and are successful both at school and in the wider community.
For a brighter future with success for everyone, you need look no further than Rossett.
Rossett News Update – 27 March 2015
Year 11 Study Leave, Oxbridge Talk, Army Air Corps Visitor, Passover (Peasch) celebration, British Science Week, Active Kids Vouchers, What’s Happening after the Easter Holidays
Saatchi Art Prize For Schools
The Saatchi Art Prize for Schools has been set up to promote art and encourage artists of the future. We have entered a variety of works which are spread across the year groups.
Year 8 Arts Day
On the 21st January (x half) and 23rd January (y half), Year 8s will be off timetable and take part […]
Japanese Exchange 2014/15
Having arrived safely the group have been enjoying a full itinerary. They have been on the Shinkansen (bullet train) twice, to travel to Nikko where they met up with our Ishigami exchange students and to Kyoto where they are on a three day visit. This has included a visit to the Hill Temple and a trip to the traditional area of the city called Gion to see the Geishas. They have also seen the many sights of Tokyo including the Imperial Palace, some traditional Japanese gardens and taken part in a traditional tea ceremony.