Welcome from our Headmaster, Mr Jeremy Quartermain
Rossall School has an excellent reputation for inspiring creativity and engendering a lifelong love of learning. Situated on the spectacular Fylde Coast, we are a progressive and internationally-minded community, which benefits from excellent links throughout the UK and beyond. We are committed to providing an outstanding quality of teaching and learning, and an engaging and exciting curriculum.
Our pupils benefit from an extraordinarily vibrant academic culture, and this actively promotes both their intellectual and emotional growth. On the regional and national stage, we are immeasurably proud of the achievements of our pupils within the realms of performing arts and sports. Most importantly, young people leave us with the confidence, compassion, resilience and academic qualifications necessary to support their future personal and professional success and happiness.
I am sure that you will enjoy learning more about our School as you explore our website. That said, there really is no substitute for a visit and we hope to have the opportunity to welcome you and your family to Rossall, so that you may experience the incredible warmth of this most remarkable and successful community.
Our Year 13 students achieved an outstanding set of A Level results (Over 2/3s of all grades awarded either A*-A)
Our IB students average point score of 35 placed us firmly amongst the premier league of IBDP schools within the UK
Over 60% of students progressed to Russell Group/Top 20 universities including Imperial College London, King’s College London, University of Bristol and University of Warwick,
Four students will be taking up places to study Medicine
Two students achieved full sporting scholarships to colleges in the USA and a number of others progressed to elite institutions in Dubai, Spain, Germany and the Netherlands.
GCSE pupils achieved excellent GCSE results. Over 55% of all entries awarded this summer were a grade 7 or above, with an astounding fifth of all grades achieving the coveted grade 9.
Our 1st 11 boys hockey team reached the quarterfinals of two national hockey championships and our progress was only halted by the national lockdown.
Rossall Golf Academy players ranked No1 for Senior Golf by the Independent School’s Golf Association.
Many more young football players from around the world joined Rossall School’s Elite Football Programme (in partnership with Fleetwood Town Football Club) - including those who have been selected to play for their countries
Girls joined the newly launched Senior Girls Elite Football Programme, fronted by Millie Bright, England Lioness and Chelsea Defender
Babies as young as 3 months filled our brand new Baby Room in the Nursery.
Providing the best start in life
With an impressive history dating back to 1844, Rossall School is a leading, independent, co-educational, boarding and day school, based in Fleetwood, Lancashire in England. The school combines a traditional British education with fresh, modern approaches to learning, which aim to help the growth and development of all our pupils.
A truly multicultural school, Rossall attracts children from all over the world. This allows national and international pupils of all types to live and learn together and bring out the best in each other.
Our impressive curriculum, highly skilled teachers and the classes and activities they teach, also give pupils all the skills, abilities, passion and encouragement they need to become the best they can be. All this helps them to grow into extraordinary, well-rounded, independent, strong and confident members of society.
Our amazing Alumni have gone on to accomplish incredible things, from becoming Emmy-award nominated TV producers, to founders of leading IT solution providers. Our impressive school reports also speak for themselves. A recent Independent Schools Inspectorate reported that “Pupils of all ages are self-confident, self-reflective and self-disciplined,” the inspectors said. Pupils were praised as “inquisitive, curious and resourceful and adopt a try and try again attitude.” The report also observes that senior school students “valued the many opportunities provided by the school to develop their character and self-esteem.”
From the moment they set foot on our campus, to the time they leave, pupils are in the most capable of hands – teaching, shaping, upskilling and guiding, providing the best possible start in life.