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Willow Wood Hospice
The children were all thrilled when our
Literacy Superheroes came into assembly on
Friday morning. Professor Punctuation and
WriteMan are well-known to our children
and now there is a new member of the crew,
Stella Speller. It was her first visit on
6th Nov 2014.
Literacy Superheroes Visit
School Meal Price Increase
The price of school meals will increase to £2.05 per day from 1st September.
All infant pupils will be eligible for Free School Meals next term.
The Mighty Zulu Nation Theatre Company
performed in school. click HERE
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!
Our Y5/6 netballers went to an
“Olympic-style” event in Manchester and
were fantastic ambassadors for the
Sainsbury’s School Games
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
Rose Hill Road.
Local MP David Heyes visits Rosehill
Scarecrow Competition 1st Prize 2014.
Designed by the children of Rosehill
Methodist Comminity Primary School,
Joseph and his technicoloured dream
coat took 1st prize in the Community
Organisation Category, at the
Mossley Methodist Church annual
scarecrow competition. Well done to
all the children and also to Miss
Whyborn and Mrs McGinn for all
To make sure enough snack is ordered
for all children, please can this be paid
for on a Monday for the week.
Years 1 & 2, 50p milk, fruit provided free
Year 3,4,5 & 6, 50p milk, £1.25 fruit.
We are really excited to welcome Commando
Joe to school, he will be in every
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, working
with the children.
He helps our
children to develop
self asteem, respect
for others and a
good team spirit!
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.
She brought spelling bags with her!
Professor Punctuation, Writeman and Stella Speller
Want to know what is happening on the run up
to Christmas at Rosehill?, click HERE to view
our Christmas Activities Calendar
Christmas Tree Decorating
Here are some photographs of the children and staff
decorating our tree.
The PTFA have raised a whopping £1, 729.23 thanks to the huge turn out at
our Christmas Fair this year.
We would like to thank everyone for coming and all who were involved in
making this another great event at Rosehill.
Our School Mayor Cora, cuts the ribbon to declare
our christmas fair open.
Join the queue for hot dogs!
Mmm... the cakes are going down a treat!
How many decorations are on our tree?
Huge queues at the sweet tombola
Maybe visit our gift stall