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Rose Hill School pupils 'Fly to the Line'

At 5.30am on Wednesday 27th June, 4 eager children and 2 tired teachers, set off for RAF Cosford for the national ‘Fly to the Line’ competition. The competition sponsored by the RAF Museum Cosford and The Learning Partnership is a unique opportunity to take part in an authentic Science and Engineering challenge.

After a 3 hour journey, we finally arrived and were briefed about the day. Our base for the day was an RAF hanger/'STEM Innovation Hub' with great views of the operational runway.

By 10am, the challenge was underway! Using an A3 piece of foam board, the team had to design and construct a glider. Having already completed lots of testing back at school, we were fully prepared and had our glider constructed in no time at all - a strong design, heavily influence by the infamous Vulcan Bomber. Spare time was spent ensuring the glider was properly balanced and putting finishing touches to the design. RAF personnel were on hand to give us further advice.

Lunch time gave us plenty of time to explore the museum exhibits and even try out the cockpit of a real glider. Having lunch under the wings of a VC10 was definitely an experience.

After lunch, the nail biting competition got underway. The Rose Hill team glider travelled an epic distance of 13m 20cm, putting us in the lead for the majority of the competition. However, we were unable to hold the lead and were eventually, narrowly, beaten by another school.

Out of 26 schools from all around the country, we finished in second position. A fantastic result in a national competition!

F24 races at Goodwood Motor Circuit

17 May 2019

On Sunday the senior part of RHS Motorsport had their first race in the V12 Warrior on the 2.4 mile Goodwood Motor Circuit.

Does technology hinder children's writing skills?

15 May 2019

Many of us have heard tales of children who swipe left on the cover of a book, before they think to turn the page. Modern mythology aside, the advancement of technology in homes has certainly impacted pupils’ expectations of how they should absorb and communicate information at school.

RHS Motorsport at Ford Airfield

07 May 2019

In the midst of the Easter holiday, three members of RHS Motorsport attended Greenpower Ford Airfield event with the Red Devil car.

Fly to the Line

03 May 2019

After coming first, second and third at the Regional Final for the Fly to the Line competition the whole of the Y5 STEM club were invited to attend the National Final at RAF Museum London.

La journée Francaise

02 July 2018

On lundi, vingt-cinq juin, the annual journée francaise got underway with pupils arriving in the customary bleu, blanc, rouge. Year 7s set up the bureau de change in the Quad as eager pupils exchanged Pounds for Euros before morning registration.

Rose Hill pupils score a hat trick!

29 June 2018

Year 6 pupils from Rose Hill School have scooped a hat trick of prizes winning second, third and runners up in the national John Lewis Innovation Challenge. The task was to reinvent a school blazer and give it a new life.

"If a thing is worth having, it is worth waiting for"

22 June 2018

Rose Hill School today celebrated the official opening of their new indoor pool with a visit from the Rt Hon Greg Clark. The sun shone and the pupils provided an excellent drum roll for the ribbon cutting ceremony.

Rose Hill School Year 6 French residential

20 June 2018

On Friday 25 May, twenty-seven excited Year 6 children accompanied by: Mr Draper, Mr Long, Mr Hinchliffe, Mrs Makinson, Mrs Warran-Smith and Mrs Morgan arrived at school for a 07.15 departure to St Omer, France.

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