What a (wellness) Week!
Rose Hill School has just come to the end of its first ever Wellness Week. A week where pupils, parents and staff looked at the benefits of caring for your mind body and soul. As part of the packed timetable parents learnt about Wellbeing, online safety and emotional health from visiting speakers. A number of parents also gave their time by hosting sessions on nutrition, yoga and Pilates. The school opened up its new indoor pool to parents and the highlight of the week was a screening of the film Embrace, a documentary looking at the issues surrounding body image.
Pupils have been involved in online safety, mindfulness, meditation, zumba, healthy eating, zorbing as well as getting in touch with nature in the schools 15 acres of woodland and outside space.
Head Emma Neville said “Wow. What a week we have had! The whole school community has been involved in so many activities. For me the highlight was seeing the film Embrace which I found incredibly moving. This is just the start for Rose Hill School and Wellness Week will be an annual event set to get bigger and better every year”.
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.
11 May 2018
An early wake-up-call sounded for thirty-one excited Year 4 children last Friday (4th May) as the annual day trip to Boulogne got underway.
11 May 2018
On Thursday Later Years were lucky enough to take part in a morning of inspirational music workshops led by Andy Warn.
10 May 2018
04 May 2018
During the Easter Holidays, Year 7 & 8 had the opportunity to race the F24 at Dunsfold Park!
26 March 2018
Year 5 were lucky to have a warm and dry day for their visit to Penshurst Place. We were there for a Tudor themed day based on the year of the Spanish Armada, 1588.
23 March 2018
A fun time was had by all on our first ever Y1 trip to Hastings, supporting our new Creative Curriculum topic on“ Beaches and Boats”.