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Year 7 art trip to the Towner Gallery in Eastbourne

On Thursday, 9 November Year 7 went on an Art trip to the Towner Gallery in Eastbourne. After a bus journey to Eastbourne College we had a delicious lunch in their canteen. We then walked a short distance to the Towner Gallery which is located right next to the College. It wasn’t hard to miss as there was an amazing mural painted on the side of the building, in all sorts of shapes and colours, celebrating the Towner’s 10th Anniversary.

When we first entered the Gallery we looked around the ground floor which was full of large sculptures by David Nash. This is where we met Sue, the Gallery educator, who told us about the many pieces of art in the museum. She explained that David Nash only used wood from fallen trees. She took us to the second floor in a massive lift and explained that the reason for it being so large was to enable the transportation of all the art pieces to the various floors. We reached the second floor which was a brighter room with an interesting projection show of how chopping down trees effects the way the planets look.

We then went behind the scenes of the Towner and were shown the archives. This room was full of racks of paintings and we were asked to guess which painting was the oldest. I guessed correctly!

The tour guide had to leave us and we ventured onto the third floor by ourselves, along with Mrs Moore. The top floor had more wooden sculptures. I enjoyed these the most because they were all shapes and sizes but all very unique in themselves. We did a quick sketch of our favourite piece in our art books before we were collected to return to Eastbourne College for an art workshop in their Art Department.

We met Mrs Harriet and Karen who led the art workshop. We have been looking at Cubism in our art lessons at Rose Hill School and made ceramic Cubism inspired musical instruments in one afternoon. We learnt how to make different textures on clay.

We had a very interesting day! Thank you to Mrs Moore and Ken for taking us there.

Alex Ford

Rose Hill School Sports Tour to Holland

11 November 2019

During the half-term break 45 Rose Hill School pupils and staff travelled to Eindhoven in Holland as part of the school’s Sports tour. During the trip the boys were lucky enough to train with Dutch Giants PSV Eindhoven, whilst the girls trained with the Dutch National Hockey Champions Oranje-Rood.

Rose Hill School 11+ success

08 November 2019

Rose Hill School pupils were celebrating yesterday following a very successful year of 11+ results with nearly 90% of children passing the Kent Test. The pass rate has risen from 72% in 2018 to 88% in 2019 a significant increase under the new leadership of Head, Emma Neville and Deputy Head, Philippa Lang-Daly.

Rose Hill School HSBC SchoolBank

08 November 2019

Rose Hill School launched their HSBC SchoolBank in September 2018.

STEAMing along at Rose Hill School

25 October 2019

Rose Hill School has just come to the end of an amazing week of activity focused on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Mathematics) subjects, with the overarching theme of the week being the ingenuity of the Human race!

Year 8 Art Trip

18 October 2019

On Friday, 11th October the Year 8s went to the Old School Gallery at Tonbridge School to view the Environmental Photography exhibition.

The Rose Hill Cubs and Scout Group

18 October 2019

All new Cubs and Scouts were Invested into The Rose Hill Scout Group this week

Y6 take a trip back to Victorian Britain

11 October 2019

On Thursday, Year 6 dressed up as Victorians to visit the Museum of Kent Life for a Victorian Day.

U10 Rose Hill Tournament

09 October 2019

Congratulations to our U10 girls for winning the Rose Hill hockey tournament on Saturday morning.

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