Rose Hill hosts U10 girls hockey tournament
Rose Hill hosted its annual U10 girls hockey tournament on Saturday. Nine schools participated, playing over thirty matches over the course of the morning. The tournament was very well attended by visiting spectators who were treated to breakfast courtesy of Jerry.
Rose Hill were undefeated in the group stages, and proceeded through to the play-offs, but then unfortunately lost to Sutton Valence. Congratulations to the victorious Marlborough House.
22 November 2021
Local Prep School Rose Hill School has received a glowing report across all areas from the Independent Schools Inspectorate. Inspectors judged Rose Hill School to be ‘excellent’ and stated that in “all groups pupils make rapid progress from their various starting points.”
11 October 2021
Rose Hill School has recently come to the end of an amazing week of activity focused on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Mathematics) subjects, with the overarching theme of the week being robotics.
11 October 2021
Huge congratulations go to the Rose Hill School Girls’ U11 pink team for reaching the semi-finals of the Sutton Valence hockey tournament.
07 October 2021
The Rose Hill School U13 Boys’ Football Team were crowned IAPS National Football Champions at the IAPS National Football Finals last week.
07 October 2017
Rose Hill pupils went to Norfolk on their annual hockey tour. Hockey matches were played against Langley Park, Langley at Taverham and Gresham.
06 October 2017
Rose Hill students visited the Science Centre in Herstmonceux. which involved visiting the outdoor water play and discovery park, building bridges workshops and indoor hands on activities.
05 October 2017
Rose Hill We are very excited to host our first Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics (STEAM) week. The overarching theme for the week is disaster relief! Pupils from Reception - Year 8 will be involved in amazing activities all week.
11 May 2017
Year 7 travelled to Canterbury Cathedral on Tuesday as part of their studies about Henry II and Thomas Becket.