Year 3 trip to the Sunshine Coast!
The sun shone as Year 3 explored Eastbourne for the day.
Teams of children carried out surveys in the town centre, interacting with a wide range of people to find out what they thought of the area and what the advantages and disadvantages of the town were. One group even stumbled across a retired headmaster who gave them extra spellings.
In teams, we also completed a photo challenge. We stood exactly where photographers had stood to take photographs in the past, sometimes over a hundred years earlier. When compared, our photographs really showed the incredible ways that the settlement had changed over the past century.
We then enjoyed fish and chips at the beach and visited the Heritage Centre to find out about how the town developed. The kind staff did an excellent job of helping us to find out about the history of the town, with pictures, models and artefacts; there was even a small cinema in the basement.
All children did an excellent job and members of the public commented on their superb manners and brilliant behaviour. Most, in fact, seemed delighted to be asked questions by the children, who then wished them a nice day. For us, it certainly was!
09 September 2020
Rose Hill School has this September launched their new curriculum, Curriculum 2020. The new framework has been designed over the last 18 months using feedback from universities and the employment sector, international trends in education, a breadth of educational research findings and consultation with local senior schools.
13 March 2020
On Wednesday 11 March the Reception children went on a visit to the nature trail at Coolings Garden Centre in Knockholt. There was great excitement, even before we boarded the minibus in our salopettes, coats and wellies.
12 March 2020
Whilst the heavy rain did make the trip via Alfriston village a little tricky it also served to highlight the spectacular meanders and creeks of the River Cuckmere’s floodplain in the Spring sunshine and allow the ‘New Cut’ to be in full spate and speed along to the sea at low tide. As it did so the fast-flowing water actively undercut and eroded the shingle beach causing mini land or ‘shingle’ slides before our very eyes.
26 February 2020
The Art Department is delighted to congratulate Henry on receiving an Art Scholarship to Tonbridge School.
23 January 2015
On Monday 19 January, Year 4 visited the British Museum.....
12 October 2014
Three teachers, 11 girls and a weighed down minibus...
11 October 2014
18 September 2014
Year 3s win their first ever match for Rose Hill