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Willow Wood Hospice
We have continued our strong links
with Willow Wood Hospice and some of
our Year 6s have been visiting weekly
this half-term. This week pupils came
in non-uniform on Monday (£330),
staff had their cars washed by Y6
pupils (£60) and Nursery had a
dinosaur stomp (£480) to raise
additional money. In total across the
last two years Rosehill have raised
£2595 for this important local
charity. A fantastic result!
Replacement P.E kits
Replacement P.E kits will not be provided by school and need
to be purchased, they are available from the office at £3
Come and join our Pilates sessions. They will
be starting 4-4.45pm Thursday 18th
September, in the hall. Cost will be £1 per
week, this has been subsidised by school.
Parents are very welcome to come, but please
don’t bring the children.
Local MP David Heyes visits Rosehill
David Heyes, our local MP, came to school
on 18th July 2014—he met with the School
Mayor and had a tour of the school, where
he was impressed by our use of IT. He is
going to try and help us with our campaign
to get fibre optic broadband to Rosehill
Local MP David Heyes visits Rosehill
As you can see, the children at Rosehill School have a major problem...
The good news is, from July 2015, ‘Buffer Face’ will be a thing of the past.
After almost 3 years of lobbying for faster fibre optic broadband, we
have been informed that the cabinet which supplies our broadband will be
fibre enabled by the end of June. Due to the valuable help and support of
parents and our member of parliament David Heyes, we have finally been
informed by BT Openreach that although we are not included as part of
the commercial roll out, our cabinet has been selected for fibre upgrade
as part of the ‘Get Digital Faster’ project.
This is great news for us and we would like to thank everyone involved for
this fantastic result.
Christmas Nativity DVD’s now available
Both Reception and Year 1 & 2 Nativities are now available to purchase for £3 each.
If you haven’t received a letter with a slip to return to school, you can order them at
the school office.
Thank you to all who attended our PTFA meeting and a warm welcome to our
new committee members: Karen Wassall, Katie Austin and Wayne Austin.
Aaron is a member of our knitting club.
He has knitted a fantastic hat to keep
his head warm on freezing cold mornings.
We thought he had done such a great
job that he deserved to show it off on
Well done Aaron!
Hats off to Aaron!
Well done to winners JJ, Ayushi and Thamzid
and to runners up Connor, Lewis and Harvey.
There was a real buzz around school on Friday.
Stella Speller invited all year 6 to a spelling bee.
We were really excited about this challenge and
feel it is a great way to help the children to
prepare for their SATs in May, as spelling is a
vital part of writing successfully. The children
were divided into three different groups
(Leafcutter Bees, Orchid Bees and Carpenter
Bees) and were asked to learn a list of spellings.
These were based on common misspellings,
spelling families, rules and previous SATs
words. They had two weeks to learn their
spellings. The winners received £20 W.H Smith
vouchers and the runners up received £5