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  • SLIP Celebration Event

    Parents joined pupils to celebrate the success of the Specialist Literacy Intervention Programme.

    27th May 2016

    Primary News May 2016

    Our learners visited the Leeds School Library Service and welcomed a Fireman at the Primary Campus.

    27th May 2016

    Celebrating Shakespeare

    Pupils and parents have been commemorating 400 years of the Bard...

    27th May 2016

    Dining Hall Extension

    The dining hall extension is the start of an exciting development project to improve facilities for our students.

    24th May 2016

    A Special Gift for Mr Clephan

    Huge thanks to the Hussain family who surprised Mr Clephan with a very special gift that had been painstakingly crafted over the last 12 weeks.

    24th May 2016

    May 2016 Parent Bulletin

    Read the May issue of the Parent Bulletin. Leave your details to receive this by email in the future.

    23rd May 2016

    Year 13 Prom 2016

    Year 13 pupils said goodbye in style...

    23rd May 2016

    An Evening of Music and Art

    Join us for a creative evening featuring an Art exhibition and a varied concert on Wednesday 22nd June at the Secondary Campus.

    20th May 2016

    Debating the EU

    6th Form Politics students attended a debate about Britain's membership in the EU.

    19th May 2016

    Duke of Edinburgh Diamond Celebration

    Mr Clephan, Ms Clennell and Mr Jackson attended Buckingham Palace as part of the Diamond Celebrations of the Duke of Edinburgh charity.

    19th May 2016

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Welcome to Roundhay School

IMG_9557.JPGWe very much hope you will gain a real flavour, from our website and the Roundhay School Magazine, of what makes Roundhay such a lively and successful community to learn in!  Ofsted judged us to be ‘ Outstanding’ in all categories, stating  ‘Roundhay is all about its students’; this underlines that all staff want every child to be the best they can be. To read the full report, click here.

We are delighted to once again be the most popular school in Leeds for September 2016 in both the Primary and Secondary phases. It is the greatest complement our community, who know us best, can pay all the staff at Roundhay. Whilst we never claim to get it right all the time we are determined to do our very best for every child. 

We have exciting plans to develop our primary phase under the leadership of a new Primary Leader from January 2017 in the state-of-the-art primary building. As one of the first all- through schools in the country, educating pupils aged from 4 to 18, we shall grow to become one of the largest schools in England, including what is already the biggest school Sixth Form in Leeds at over 450 students. As a result we are improving our facilities for all pupils on the Secondary Campus with a Leeds City Council investment of £11 million, including a building which is nearly double the size of the Primary with a dedicated Sixth Form study zone, a dining centre extension with a cyber café for older students, car parking, improved pedestrian access to Old Park Road and all weather artificial pitch. Work has already begun on the dining centre and is eagerly awaited by pupils.We shall share details of the programme at forthcoming events including presentation evenings for Years 7 and 8.

We have a great deal to fit in prior to the summer break, including Sports Days, Key Stage 3 musicals, Art exhibitions and music events, as well as Primary Coffee Mornings to name but a few. We look forward to seeing you there! 

Finally many thanks once again for the contacts I have received about my day at Buckingham Palace (my wife, son and brother had a lovely day meeting the Queen), and the plans to support Roundhay in the future. I feel very privileged to represent Roundhay's community, as without your support and the hard work of all staff, the investiture would never have happened. I feel very lucky to have played a small part in Roundhay’s development and success.  

All the best to over 900 pupils at both campuses who are siting external examinations.

Best wishes 

Neil Clephan OBE   (Headteacher)

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KS3 Lightwater Valley Trip - 14th June