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Rosehill is an OUTSTANDING Church School (SIAMS 2008 and 2012) and judged to be a GOOD school by Ofsted (2008 and 2011).......... Click on' Staff Profile' as Mrs Styche is in the hot seat answering some of your questions ------------------------ Drop in at 'Kids Zone' to play some cool games ----------------- Click on' Weekly Awards' to find out which child from each class has been chosen as Golden Child, also find out which class had the best attendance for the week--------------
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Parent View gives you the chance to tell us what you think about our school. You can register here Parent View asks for your opinion on 12 aspects of our school, from the quality of teaching, to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour. A screencast demonstrating how to register and complete a survey on Parent View is available on the How to use Parent View page. By sharing your views, you’ll be helping our school to improve. You will also be able to see what other parents have said about our school.
Experience Charter Kids Zone SEND information report School Letters Head Teachers’ Letter Church Inspection PTFA 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 our website. Well done Aaron! Hats off to Aaron! Well done to winners JJ, Ayushi and Thamzid and to runners up Connor, Lewis and Harvey. Spelling Bee 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       vouchers.
Dragons at Rosehill
On Wednesday 4th March, 3 strange looking eggs were found on the courtyard, outside the year 2 classrooms. On further investigation and after consulting experts from the Natural History Museum, we can confirm that these were the eggs of a 'Brazilian Carnival Dragon.' The children collected lots of evidence, including sparkly sequins and bright, colourful feathers, both telltale signs of this exotic creature. The children in year 2 are very excited about this discovery and are currently busy doing lots of writing about dragons!
To meet somebody famous Number 13 on our Experience Charter is: ‘To meet somebody famous’. On the 12th of January 2015, former Manchester City midfielder Patrick Vieira came into school to meet the children and answer any questions they had. He shared his childhood experiences and talked about becoming a professional footballer, playing for France and winning the world cup, playing for Arsenal and of course for Manchester City. Although Patrick has retired as a player, he now manages the EDS (Elite Development Squad) at Manchester City. Parent Support Guides We have added 3 support guides for parents.  The first is a parents guide to the new curriculum and the other two are support guides for English and Mathematics. These can be found in the ‘Curriculum’ section (there’s a button on the right). Home Home