Roedean School

Roedean School, Roedean Way, Brighton BN2 5RQ

Roedean School

Roedean Way

Brighton BN2 5RQ

01273 667500

enquiries@roedean.co.uk

www.roedean.co.uk

Girls (11-18) 423

HMC, GSA

Founded in 1885 as one of the first girls' boarding schools in the country, Roedean's vision - "looking outward, aiming high" - is "inspired by its stunning 40-acre setting to the east of Brighton and its extensive campus with spectacular views across the English Channel. Roedean girls discover the excitement of learning in the classroom, on the stage or sports field".

Termly boarding fees £8,910 to £11,650

Termly day fees £4,990 to £6,490

2015 GCSEs

Number of Key Stage 4 students: 44

Five or more GCSEs A*-C: 97.7% (2 of 4)

Grades A*, A or B 86.4% (2 of 4)

Grades A* 40.3% (2 of 4)

Grades A* or A 69.1% (2 of 4)

2014 GCSEs

Number of Key Stage 4 students 42

Five or more good GCSEs NA

EBacc NA

GCSEs A*-C in both English and mathematics NA

2013 Five or more good GCSEs 77% (3 of 4)

2012 Five or more good GCSEs 89% (3 of 4)

2011 Five or more good GCSEs 94% (2 of 4)

2010 Five or more good GCSEs 18% (3 of 3)

2015 A-levels

Year 13 83

A-level entries 282

Grade A*, A or B 216 - 76.6% (4 of 4)

Grade A* 55 - 19.5% (3 of 4)

Grade A 98 - 34.8% (2 of 4)

Grade B 63 - 22.3%

2014 A-levels

A-level students: 79

At least three with AAB in key subjects: 38% (2 of 4)

A-level points per student: 923.7 (2 of 4)

2013 Points per student 1,005 (3 of 4)

2012 Points per student 1,002.3 (3 of 4)

2011 Points per student 929.2 (3 of 4)

2010 Points per student 920.1 (3 of 4)

2009 Points per student 1,003.1 (1 of 4)

Headteacher Oliver Blond

Inspection March 22 2011

"Girls’ achievement is good overall and for some it is outstanding. Consequently, the school meets its aim of promoting academic excellence as part of the broader context of education. Considerable success in examinations is combined with real enthusiasm for learning across the wide range of activities provided. Pupils have considerable linguistic skills and a strong grasp of mathematical concepts which enables them to be confident in oral work, to write analytically and to apply mathematics in subjects such as chemistry and physics. There was evidence of pupils’ creativity and sensitivity in a number of lessons. Notable examples were seen in art and English. Practical work is carried out skilfully in a Year 12 physics lesson pupils were confident in planning an electrical investigation and in beginning to take measurements using standard equipment independently. On leaving the school, substantial numbers gain places at their first choice of university."