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Welcome to Rosebery School

Welcome to Rosebery School, a highly successful and popular comprehensive school for girls aged 11-18.          Named in the top 100 performing schools for the second year running, Rosebery is highly regarded not only for its tradition of academic achievement, but also for its nurturing environment which emphasises the development of articulate, independent young women who contribute significantly to their community.


Rosebery Exams

Outstanding Exam Results!

We are very pleased to announce that, once again, Rosebery students have performed superbly in their GCSEs and A Levels.  Two of our GCSE students achieved A* in every subject they took, and a further 19 were awarded A* or A across all subjects.  Of the 140 year 13 students completing their A Levels, two thirds of all grades awarded were A* to B (66%) and 31% of grades were A* or A.  96% of our girls have obtained the University place of their choice, including 3 who will take up Oxbridge places.


Rosebery Music

Music at Rosebery School

Making music to the highest standards is a long and distinguished tradition at Rosebery and is an integral part     of life at our School.  Rosebery admits up to 10 students per year based on musical aptitude and these students are expected to commit to the musical life of the School.    Read more for Concert and Festival announcements ...


Learning 2 Learn and the 5Rs

Rosebery School One of Rosebery’s key priorities is to equip our students with the knowledge, skills, and attributes they need to become successful learners and independent thinkers in the ever changing 21st Century. Our aim is to ensure that they leave us with the abilities and dispositions they need to meet the challenges of the future.

Safeguarding

Rosebery School We are very happy to welcome visitors to our school.  We take safeguarding procedures very seriously at Rosebery and therefore all visitors will need to show photo ID before being allowed entry to the main body of the school.

Clubs & Extra Curricular Activities

During the lunch-hour and after school many optional activities take place. There are daily opportunities for girls to take part in a wide range of clubs and activities. Many of these are provided by our Creative, Sport and Performing Arts Departments.

Student Progress

Rosebery School We keep parents informed about their daughter's progress in a variety of ways.  We produce termly Progress Reports, there are Parents' Evenings for each year group, and we have dedicated Information Evenings for specific year groups regarding the Curriculum and Options.