The world needs more chemical scientists, and chemistry skills can lead our young people into a vast range of fulfilling careers. Today Richard Rose Sixth Form students welcomed Peter Hoare from Newcastle University to demonstrate spectroscopy in a suitcase.
Richard Rose Sixth Form achieved a score of 0.35 for ‘A’ Level performance which is well above average and places it at the top of the league table for Cumbria. Richard Rose Sixth Form also achieved above average progress scores for other academic qualifications and Tech level performance.
Richard Rose Sixth Form student Jake Sanderson is celebrating having secured a place at Churchill College College, University of Cambridge.
Three students from Richard Rose Sixth Form have been successful in securing places on the prestigious University of Cambridge shadowing scheme at the Fitzwilliam College.
A new production has been shown in Cumbria to raise awareness amongst young people about hate crime.
These results continue the progress that has been made at the academy over the past three years and is reflected in its Ofsted rating of Good earlier this year.
Ofsted have praised the transformation of Central Academy which has resulted in it achieving ‘Good’ at its latest inspection.
There have been huge celebrations after a Carlisle academy has turned around its fortunes and been rated as 'good' for the first time.
Year 9 students at Richard Rose Central Academy have undertaken Heartstart training as part of their first term studying Health and Social Care.
A Carlisle academy affected by severe flooding in December 2015 has reported its strongest ever GCSE results.