ALERT! Important information about Friday 19th December now available - see Latest

Latest News

RSS Feed

  • Primary Campus Christmas Events

    This year, we have brought festive cheer to the Primary Campus and Oakwood Clock.

    18th Dec 2014

    Young Quills School

    We been selected as a Quills School to read, review and shortlist Historical Fiction.

    16th Dec 2014

    Pupil Support Team

    As part of our new pupil responsibility programme here at Roundhay School we now have an excellent Pupil Support Team.

    12th Dec 2014

    Outstanding Sixth Form Students

    Nadia Saeed and Francis Edwards won the Diana Active Campaigners Award with the Leeds Youth Council their work in the Leeds Area.

    11th Dec 2014

    Craft Fair 2014

    With a range of unique and diverse products on offer, Roundhay showed off its creativity and community spirit through the wares on offer at the annual Craft Fair.

    11th Dec 2014

    Visit by Curtis Jobling

    We were delighted to be visited by Curtis Jobling, Roundhay School's new Patron of Reading.

    5th Dec 2014

    End of Term Arrangements

    Important information about the final day of term at the Secondary Campus.

    4th Dec 2014

    Visited by a Routemaster

    Year 9 Product Design students were give the opportunity to undertake Product Analysis on a large scale thanks to our partnership with First Bus.

    2nd Dec 2014

    Unbeaten Key Stage 4 Girls' Hockey Team

    Our unbeaten Key Stage 4 Girls' Hockey team just keep getting better!

    28th Nov 2014

    Rotary Club's Young Musician

    The Rotary Club's Young Musician of the Year event was a delicious spectacular.

    28th Nov 2014

View all news >

Welcome to Roundhay School

We have made an excellent start to the academic year with record numbers attending our Open evenings/days, including over 1400 plus visiting the Secondary Campus in October. The annual Year 8 residential to Skegness was a big success and all of our new pupils in Reception, Year 7 and the Sixth Form have settled in very well, adding to our school community. The term ahead also promises to be an entertaining one with Presentation Evenings, Christmas themed concerts and performances at the Primary and Secondary Campuses and a Cinema trip for our Key Stage 3 pupils. 

We were delighted that, as one of first all-through schools educating pupils from 4 to 18, we were judged In November 2013 to be  OUTSTANDING in all categories when visited by Ofsted. The inspection team, including two of Her Majesty’s inspectors stated that:  ‘ Roundhay School is all about its   students’, where ‘ students make rapid progress and academic standards are high,’ and  ‘Staff ensure that each one, regardless of background or ability, is given every opportunity to shine.’

To read the full report, click here.  

The  OUTSTANDING judgement is a wonderful outcome reflecting the hard work day-in and day-out by ALL associate and teaching staff, with the support and healthy challenge of governors and parents. As one student reported unprompted to an inspector,

‘It is cool to want to learn at Roundhay’.  

Whilst we never claim to get it right all the time, we are absolutely committed to trying to ensure all pupils are safe, happy and successful. The inspectors highlighted that ‘  the core values of courtesy, cooperation and commitment permeate every aspect of the school … behaviour for learning is outstanding across the entire school. These judgments underlined our belief in giving every child the opportunity to be the ‘ best they can be’ in whatever they do.

We have exciting plans for  the rest of the  year in and out of the classroom and you can be assured  ‘there is no room for complacency anywhere in the school‘; as Ofsted commented, the governors, staff and leaders of the school are  ‘  unrelenting in their pursuit of excellence.’

We also gained the industry standard  Investors in People Gold Award this year. The report stated ‘ Roundhay is a team …everyone counts.’ That is certainly true of our parents and careers. Thank you for your continued support - it really does make  all the difference .  

Best wishes  

Neil Clephan (Headteacher)