HeadLines, Friday 17 November

Date Posted: Friday 17 November 2023

Dear Parents,

I hope this message finds you well. As we navigate through another week of learning, growth, and collaboration, I am pleased to share some important highlights, focusing on two significant events that embody our commitment to fostering a safe and supportive school environment: Anti-Bullying Week and Children in Need.

This week marks Anti-Bullying Week, uniting diversity, a time when our school community comes together to reinforce our shared commitment to creating an environment where everyone feels valued, respected, and included. Our goal is to promote unity in diversity, celebrating the uniqueness of each individual while fostering a culture of kindness, empathy, and acceptance.

Throughout the week, our pupils have engaged in discussions aimed at raising awareness about the impact of bullying and exploring strategies to prevent it. We encourage open conversations in classrooms, emphasising the importance of empathy, understanding, and standing up against bullying in all its forms. Remember, it’s not just about addressing overt acts of bullying; it’s also about creating a positive and inclusive atmosphere where every pupil feels they belong. Together, we can make a difference and contribute to a school culture built on respect and support.

As part of our ongoing commitment to social responsibility, we are proud to support BBC Children in Need. This initiative allows us to come together as a compassionate community, demonstrating our commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of children who may be facing challenges.

Thank you for supporting our fundraising through your generous donations and sporting spotty outfits. By participating, we not only raise vital funds for children in need but also instil in our pupils the importance of empathy, generosity, and a sense of global citizenship. Thank you to the School Council who shared the message that children who are less fortunate than us need our support. I encourage all members of our school community to get involved, whether it’s through donations, or simply spreading awareness. Together, we can make a meaningful difference in the lives of those who need it most.

Thank you for your continued support in creating a school environment where kindness prevails and compassion thrives. Let’s work together to make this week a testament to our collective commitment to a safe, inclusive, and caring community.

It was lovely seeing so many parents coming to Coffee Connections this morning. Thank you to the catering staff for a terrific breakfast.

Best wishes,

Emma Neville

How to Find Us

Visitors for the Head have an allocated parking space opposite the main Reception. If you lose your way, please call us on 01892 525591 and we’ll help you find us.

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Telephone: 01892 525591
Email: [email protected]


Rose Hill School
Coniston Avenue,
Tunbridge Wells, Kent
United Kingdom