Art prize for Rose Hill student
A Year 6 pupil at Rose Hill School has been selected as a winner in the Save the Children’s ‘Words not Weapons’ competition, for her work ‘Hungry Children’.
The judges chose Izzy’s work as they were so impressed with the use of mixed media, and the juxtaposition of the geographical elements and the emotion in the children’s faces.
Head of Art at Rose Hill School, Uschi Moore said “Izzy has done incredibly well to be awarded this prize in a competition aimed at secondary school art students. It is a very sophisticated piece of art and she should be very proud of herself”.
The work will now be included in a printed book alongside Yemeni children’s messages. Young people will present the book to the UK government, asking them to act for the children of Yemen.
04 July 2019
The first ever Young Artists’ Summer Show hosted by the Royal Academy is filled with inspiring artworks by talented young artists aged 7-19 from the UK and beyond.
28 June 2019
On Friday 21st June, Rose Hill took part in the annual French day wearing the traditional bleu, blanc, rouge with accessories such as le béret, curly moustache, garlic and onions necklaces and other props.
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23 May 2019
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11 March 2019
Our Year 6 pupils came second at the Sutton Valence Public Speaking competition.
08 March 2019
On Sunday, members of the F24 team assembled at a very cold, wet and windy Goodwood Motor Circuit. The damp, grey start did not dampen the spirits and even when we discovered our brakes had failed we were not beaten!
08 March 2019
The U9A team were thrilled to scoop bronze at last week's district hockey tournament.
01 March 2019
Rose Hill featured in the latest edition of Independent School Parent Magazine. The article was written by our Head of Pre-Prep Adrian Brindley and talks about how we use the Creative Curriculum within the school.