Year 6 Victorian Day
On Tuesday 13 October, Year 6 set off for the Museum of Kent Life for a Victorian Day. All the pupils dressed up in Victorian costumes and looked splendid as they attended a number of different activities around the site.
We met Florence Nightingale, a ferocious Victorian school teacher, a Victorian business man from the industrial north, a scullery maid, a food seller called Nancy and a lady who taught us how make rag rugs. Everybody was keen to volunteer for all the activities, especially Mr Long, who was treated for a wide variety of ailments by Florence Nightingale.
22 February 2019
Robert Baden-Powell would be turning 162 today and Rose Hill School pupils celebrate his birthday every year with ice cream and cookies for pudding.
11 February 2019
Thursday saw three very excited Y5 pupils heading off to Gatwick Aviation Museum to represent Rose Hill School in the Regional Finals for the Fly to the Line competition.
08 February 2019
On the 1st of February Year 6 went on a trip to the Amex Stadium.
28 January 2019
Very early on Saturday, 14 pupils from Years 6, 7 and 8 travelled to Bede’s Senior School to take part in a challenge of galactic proportions.
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