If your child is in Year 1 s/he may have come home and told you that year 1 are doing Singapore Maths. You may be wondering what it is all about. Click the image to find out!
New School Mayor
Well done to Ciara Davies-Penkett,our newly elected School Mayor.Ciara is in Year 6 and enjoys gymnastics and tag rugby. Part of her election campaign was to change the names of the week to Monday Madness, Tuesday Treat, Wonderful Wednesday, Thankful Thursday and Freedom Friday! Now all the children will do different things on those days to try and make school more fun.
Fundraising at Rosehill Methodist Community School is championed by our Ethos Group
The Ethos group meet on Wednesday lunchtimes and is run by Reverend Julie and Mrs A Goodwin. Miss Robinson and Mrs S Goodwin also support. It runs throughout the year and is open to all children in Key Stage 2. Children who wish to join should request an application from Mrs A Goodwin and are asked to commit for a term in the first instance.
Following on from feedback from parents and children around the choice of food available at lunchtimes, we have consulted with our food provider, Carillion and decided to change the way your child selects their meal.The new choosing system will commence on the 9th January 2017 and we need your help to make it happen. To find out more click HERETo Download and print an order form click HERE
Exiting News! Your child now has a choice of what they eat at lunchtime
CCTV In School
As a school we want to promote independence, whereby children manage their own resources and equipment and move around school safely. To this end we have decided to extend our current CCTV system so that it covers the areas where children store their belongings inside school.
We have a new Out Of School Club page with information about the club, also the forms you will require are available to download and print. The page is available in the ‘Parents’ section at the top of this page. You can also click HERE to view it.
We believe that the best way forward for the school will be to become an academy.The governors have explored the options available and now are seeking parents views on the decision to become an academy with The Wesley Trust which is part of the Methodist Academies and Schools Trust (MAST).