To celebrate the end of our essential life skill programme, the children were rewarded for their commitment to the 2 term project with a visit to Wembley Stadium. The children developed further essential life skills by travelling on the tube! It was a brilliant trip in which the children were a credit to the school in terms of their conduct and behaviour.
Here’s what the children said about the day:
“I really enjoyed taking a picture with the FA cup.” Catalina L
“When we went in to the stadium, I was overwhelmed by the size of the pitch!” Savannah F
Year 3 and 4 visited Colchester Zoo on Wednesday and had a fantastic time. The children’s behaviour was exemplary. Here are some quotes about the day from the children:
“I really enjoyed the different boxes around the zoo where you had to try and guess the different smells. Some of them were very stinky!” Fynn G
“I liked seeing the animals because some had babies and they were really cute!” Ava W
“The thing I liked most was seeing all the animals and finding out how endangered they were.” Ella-May S
“I liked feeding the elephants because when it took the food out of your hand, it felt really weird and rough and it was funny.” Robson S
Undefeated at the Copleston rounders tournament, unfortunately the tournament got stopped early due to bad weather. Great effort by all those involved, well done guys.
Finished 2nd place at the Copleston cricket tournament. Narrowly missing out on first place.
Year 5 Maths team competed against 7 other primary schools at Woolverstone Hall. The team were crowned champions! An amazing effort! Well done all!
A Judo Masterclass
During March Rose Hill were lucky enough to have a visit from an ex British athlete and judo specialist Laurence Kenyon. Laurence took each class for a slot, teaching the pupils the basics of Judo. They got to try various falls, throws and holds.
The children had a great time and were then offered the opportunity to go down to Ipswich judo club for a free session to see if they wanted to join the club on a more permanent basis. All the pupils had a great day. Well done.
A Christmas Carol
A theatre company came in and gave years 5 and 6 a hilarious version of Charles Dicken's A Christmas Carol.
The girls have had a great start to the netball season this year. They have played 4 matches and won 3 of them. Despite some difficult weather conditions they have played some superb netball. They have shown resilience, and a fantastic 'can do' attitude. They have been great ambassadors for Rose Hill. Looking forward to more of the same in the new year. Well done girls!
The Mayor's Visit
The Mayor of Ipswich came to visit Rose Hill and the children challenged her with some outstanding questions.
Rose Hill boys did a fantastic job at the IPSSA boys 7-a-side football tournament. They finished top of their group so qualified for the semi finals. They fought well, narrowly missing out on a place in the final with the semi final finishing Springfield 1 Rose Hill 0. Well done boys!!!
PE Award Winners
Last year the PE award was awarded to Molly Moore and Illyian Uzunov for outstanding effort and attitude in PE and Sport. Well done.
The year 5/6 Rounders team took part in the IPSSA Rounders tournament. Close to 20 schools took part and Rose Hill finished 3rd in their group. Well done guys, great effort!!
The year 5/6 Cricket Team took part in the pyramid Cricket Tournament. They worked really hard and finished a very respectable 3rd. Well done!
Book Day 2017
For World Book Day this year we had a classroom door competition. See which one you think was the best.