STEM Club Fly to the Line national competition.
Thursday saw three very excited Y5 pupils heading off to Gatwick Aviation Museum to represent Rose Hill School in the Regional Finals for the Fly to the Line competition.
The pupils were the winners of the in-house glider competition and now had to apply all they had learnt by building a new glider from scratch in two hours. Each pupil designed and built their own glider which they then had to test and trim so it would fly straight and true.
After lunch all three of our gliders had passed scrutineering and the competition began. Each glider flew three times, each at a different launch angle and the last flight the pupil chose their own angle.
Harry’s glider, Cut, managed 3rd overall with 6.00m
Tom’s glider, Silent but Deadly, came second with 6.60m
Ada’s glider, Jet, came first overall with a fantastic distance of 8.25m!
Well done to all the pupils.
26 February 2020
The Art Department is delighted to congratulate Henry on receiving an Art Scholarship to Tonbridge School.
24 February 2020
Robert Baden-Powell would have turned 163 on 22 February this year and Rose Hill School pupils celebrate his birthday every year.
28 January 2020
Year 4 visited the British Museum last Friday.
13 December 2019
When we found out this year's Junior Production was 'Mary Poppins', we felt excited about what part we would get and how rehearsals would go. Rehearsals started straight away and we realised it wasn't going to be as easy as we thought! It was going to be tough and we would need to work very hard!
08 February 2019
On the 1st of February Year 6 went on a trip to the Amex Stadium.
28 January 2019
Very early on Saturday, 14 pupils from Years 6, 7 and 8 travelled to Bede’s Senior School to take part in a challenge of galactic proportions.
24 January 2019
Year 4 have been studying Ancient Egypt in History this term. To support their studies they visited the British Museum last Friday.
07 December 2018
Rose Hill School is very proud of its links with Brownies and the Scout movement due to ties with past pupil Robert Baden Powell after whom one of the school houses is named.