Welcome to Ysgol Rhosnesni. It has been a very busy term with lots of activities and projects taking place across the school. We have welcomed students from our cluster primary schools to English Master Classes, launched the Arts Council Lead Creative Schools programme, held Mock Interview Day for Year 11 students, welcomed many visitors to our school and students have visited Berlin in February and our latest trip to Iceland takes place in April.
It has been our pleasure to welcome many parents to our Year 8, 9, 10 and 11 Parent Consultation Evenings and for your feedback.
After a very busy half term we will be closing for the Easter holidays on Friday April 7th at 3.00pm and re-opening on Tuesday 25th April.
There will be a programme of Easter Revision School sessions. Details have been sent home. Please see attached timetable below:
For information on the opportunity for Airbus Engineering Workshops, please click here Airbus Saturdays Summer Programme
Finally, we would like to welcome all of the students who will be joining us in September to become part of the Rhosnesni Family. For more details about joining Ysgol Rhosnesni, contact Mr Harrison, Headteacher or Mrs Hughes, Transition Co-ordinator.
At Ysgol Rhosnesni High School we are proud of the achievements of our students in a wide range of fields both academic and enrichment, and we believe in high standards and expectations. We believe that we can make a positive difference to the future life-chances of each and every young person.
We believe in working together with our students to develop their future roles as ambassadors of learning, citizens and workers and aim to equip them with the necessary skills, knowledge and understanding they will need for future adult life.
In Year — pupils will compose music, appraise music from different periods, and perform music usually on keyboards, or by singing. Pupils will revisit the elements of music through these 3 areas and also through three separate topics, namely film or music in the media, structure and form, and popular music, including song writing. Numeracy, literacy and ICT skills also form part of their music lessons with a focus on pupils developing their knowledge of key musical words in preparation for GCSE music.