Roald Dahl Winning Entries
THE ROALD DAHL POSTER COMPETITION
The competition was to write exactly 100 words describing your favourite Roald Dahl Character.
THE ENORMOUS CROCODILE
The enormous, ginormous, jumungous crocodile likes to eat mugglewump monkeys with his sharp, pointy knife-like teeth. He also likes to eat children of all shapes and sizes. He hides behind bushes his sneaky, naughty, greedy, scary self. He has big bulging eyes that pop out as if they were on strings. He has lots of bumpy, lumpy, wrinkly, schrinkly scales running all the way down his back. All the funny animals that live near him are ever-so-scared. Whenever he tries to make a plan or three he always fails and it is always a big fat fail!
M Malone (Winner)
A DESCRIPTION OF MONKEY FROM ‘THE GIRAFFE AND THE PELLY AND ME’ BY ROALD DAHL
My favourite Roald Dahl character is a fantabulous cheeky chappy called Monkey, who loves mucking around, but always gets the job done.
He’s a skinny, skilled, furry primate who loves to sing and dance while he works cleaning windows with his best friends Pelly and Giraffe. He's honest, loyal and jollyfuntastic.
Monkey is quick and polite and will come day or night. He uses water and soap (plus some kindness and hope) to make grubby windows sparkylicious.
He’s enthusiastic, alert and courageous in the face of bungling burglars.
He’s a hilarious hairy hero who’ll keep you chuckling till the end.
J Porritt (Runner-Up)
Rose Hill artwork in the Royal Academy Summer Show
04 July 2019
The first ever Young Artists’ Summer Show hosted by the Royal Academy is filled with inspiring artworks by talented young artists aged 7-19 from the UK and beyond.
Vive la France!
28 June 2019
On Friday 21st June, Rose Hill took part in the annual French day wearing the traditional bleu, blanc, rouge with accessories such as le béret, curly moustache, garlic and onions necklaces and other props.
Year 6 & 7 French Residential Trip
07 June 2019
The end of last half term saw the Year 6 and 7 pupils travel to Rue in France for the annual French residential trip.
The benefits of a Creative Curriculum
23 May 2019
A creative curriculum is one that incorporates big ideas, varied and engaging activities, and a sense of continuity as a way to stimulate students, teachers, and even families.
Year 2 Visit to Tonbridge Castle
17 September 2013
Y2 who have been studying castles are part of their topic work this term went to visit Tonbridge Castle
Year 3 Trip to Herstmonceux Science Centre
17 September 2013
Year 3 had a fantastic day at the Herstmonceux Science Observatory
Official opening of 'The Alan Baker Wing'
16 September 2013
Amidst a flurry of eagle's wings, the new academic block was opened on Saturday 14th September.
Roald Dahl Week
10 September 2013
Friday 13th September is Roald Dahl Day. Spineless Classics have kindly donated a poster (worth £45!) as a prize for a Roald Dahl competition at Rose Hill