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.
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.
28 October 2020
Our first Focus Day of the year was a great success! Prep School pupils were immersed in learning for a day about a particular topic , acquiring and applying knowledge.
09 October 2015
In assembly, Mrs Barnes...
08 October 2015
This term year 4 have been learning about...
01 October 2015
At Battle Abbey, we were introduced to a man dressed as an Anglo Saxon...
23 September 2015
Year 8 went to “The Bright Field” exhibition at the OBS Gallery...