U11 Rounders Tournament at Rose Hill School
Rose Hill marked the end of an era on Saturday when we hosted the final ever U11 Rounders Festival. The day was very enjoyable, with some strong teams competing for the trophy, and in a fitting end to a relaxed fun festival, the final was tied with Dulwich College and Holmewood House sharing the title. In the past 20 years, over 200 teams have competed in this fun afternoon, which has included awards for both sportsmanship and the “Champagne Moment”. However, it was not a sad end to our wonderful annual event, as following the Games’ curriculum move from Rounders to Girls’ Cricket, this festival will now become an U11 Pairs Cricket festival with the opportunity to start a new chapter in the Girls’ Games department.
14 May 2021
Our third Focus Day was another inspiring and exciting experience for our Prep School pupils.
13 May 2021
Pupils at Rose Hill School gathered together last Friday to bury a time capsule marking the end of what has been an extraordinary year. The capsule included items from all pupils reflecting on both the positive and negative experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown. The time capsule was part of Wellness Week, an annual event in the school calendar.
05 May 2021
Science Week caused a flap of ‘eggcitement’ across Rose Hill School last week where the whole school looked at life cycles. The children welcomed two sets of chick eggs into the school and children enjoyed witnessing the miraculous journey from lifeless egg to cheeky chick.
17 November 2020
Box Hill was the location for Year 4's focus day in geography.
08 June 2018
On Saturday 2nd June, the Green Goblins team traveled to the picturesque location of Seaford College.
26 May 2018
A pupil from Rose Hill School has won second prize in an international art competition run by the Independent Association of Prep Schools (IAPS). The judges said the standard of competition was extremely high this year and congratulated Will who is in Year 6 on his prize.
25 May 2018
Hidden beneath the 1960s bungalows winding through Tunbridge Wells’ “Lake District” and still faintly visible in the day to day life of nearby Rose Hill School are the remains of an old sports club which once attracted well-heeled local residents in droves.
18 May 2018
Year 6 visited Newhaven Fort last Monday.