Friday 2nd March
School is open as normal to all students and we will monitor the situation throughout the day. Please take care on the roads and pavements surrounding the school as there is lots of ice. For the safety of our staff and students please drop students outside the school gates wherever possible.
If at any stage a decision is made to close the school the information will be put onto the WCBC School information pages by the Headteacher as soon as the school site has been inspected and information is available – http://wrexham.gov.uk/english/education/school_status.cfm
If anything changes parents will be kept up to date throughout the day via text updates and information will be made available on the schools Twitter account and the school website.
We politely ask that you please check for online updates before calling the school directly for information.
Thank you for your support.
Miss V Brown, Deputy Headteacher
Appointment of Headteacher – 26th January 2018
The Governing Body are pleased to confirm the appointment of Mr Andrew Brant the new Headteacher at Ysgol Rhosnesni. Mr Brant will be joining us in the Summer Term from City Academy in Birmingham and we look forward to welcoming him to Ysgol Rhosnesni. Please see letter below being sent home with all students this afternoon.
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.
The Year 10 course concentrates on the controlled assessments for GCSE English and English Literature. Assessments include Shakespeare, poetry, narrative and descriptive writing and the study of a modern novel. In addition, pupils will develop skills in examination techniques to prepare them for the GCSE papers. An Entry Level course will operate for a small group of pupils. This will concentrate on raising basic skills and will include a study of literary and non-literary modules.
The Year 11 course concentrates on preparing pupils for the examination papers in English and English Literature. Three set texts will be studied for the Literature paper. Pupils will also read a variety of non-literacy texts. In addition, pupils will tackle a range of non-narrative writing tasks. There will be two oral assessments during the year. There will be a focus on practising examination questions in order to improve technique.
KS4 Entry Level English
Entry Level Certificate will develop students’ abilities to communicate effectively in speech and writing, and to listen with understanding. It will also enable them to develop enthusiasm, understanding and knowledge in their reading. Pupils will produce pieces of writing work that will improve and consolidate their skills and develop a range of writing styles, reading work that will allow them to encounter a wide range of literature, non-fiction and media texts and speaking and listening tasks designed to develop their verbal and oral skills for a variety of situations and for a range of purposes.