Rose Hill School race the V12 Warrior at Goodwood
On Sunday 10th June, the V12 Warrior, made its debut at Goodwood. The first competitive race of the season saw a field of over 80 competitors, some from as far afield as Cornwall and Belgium and from engineering companies such as Renishaw Engineering and Jaguar Land Rover.
A test of endurance, racers took part in two 90 minute races around the iconic Goodwood track. Covering 28.8 miles over the course of the first race, the Rose Hill team dramatically increased their driver change over times, helping to shave seconds off their lap times and improving their overall finishing position. During the first race, the Rose Hill team secured a final position of 37th, 14th in the kit car category out of 42 cars. The second race of the day saw the team cut almost 20 seconds off their average lap and finishing in overall position of 39th and 17th in the kit car category.
Well done to all of the team.
14 November 2018
Rose Hill pupils were joined by author Tom Palmer on Friday 19 October.
09 November 2018
On Monday 22 October, 10 year 6s, Miss Roberts and Mrs Morgan went on a trip to Iceland. We were there for four days and during that time we visited many places.
09 November 2018
On the 5 October 2018, we went to visit Tonbridge School’s ‘4B: Exploring Contemporary Drawing’ art exhibition, which took place in the Old School’s Gallery.
22 October 2018
On Thursday, Year 6 visited the Museum of Kent Life for a Victorian Day.
14 June 2018
Rose Hill marked the end of an era on Saturday when we hosted the final ever U11 Rounders Festival.
08 June 2018
On Saturday 2nd June, the Green Goblins team traveled to the picturesque location of Seaford College.
26 May 2018
A pupil from Rose Hill School has won second prize in an international art competition run by the Independent Association of Prep Schools (IAPS). The judges said the standard of competition was extremely high this year and congratulated Will who is in Year 6 on his prize.
25 May 2018
Hidden beneath the 1960s bungalows winding through Tunbridge Wells’ “Lake District” and still faintly visible in the day to day life of nearby Rose Hill School are the remains of an old sports club which once attracted well-heeled local residents in droves.