Year 5 Trip to Penshurst Place
Year 5 had an enjoyable trip taking part in “Armada Day”at Penshurst Place. A team of actors portrayed different aspects of Tudor life in 1588 as we moved around different parts of the house and grounds.
The Ladies’ maid dressed up some of the pupils in Tudor clothes with B McKeogh looking especially grand as a Tudor lady. A Spanish prisoner from the Armada had some interesting views on the events of 1588 while a Sergeant Daines threatened a number of our pupils with a variety of Tudor weapons. We learnt a great deal about Tudor food and drink with J Phillips excelling as a spit boy. A Tudor musician played different instruments in the Barons Hall. Luckily there was a log fire burning in the middle to keep us warm. Year 5 had some difficulty with the dancing not seeming to know their left from right! A barber surgeon performed various gruesome operations on pupils. H Blackman’s sore throat was cured by swallowing a frog and A West and W Morris appeared unaffected by their trepanning operations.
Our last activity was about Tudor crimes and punishments. We attempted to leave A Bertrand in the stocks but he managed to escape!
Victory at Kent Prep School Tournament!
15 September 2021
The Rose Hill School U11 football team were crowned tournament champions at the annual Kent Prep Schools 5-a-side tournament held at St Michael’s Prep School on Saturday.
Curriculum 2020: pupils enjoy a third Focus Day
14 May 2021
Our third Focus Day was another inspiring and exciting experience for our Prep School pupils.
What a (Wellness) Week!
13 May 2021
Pupils at Rose Hill School gathered together last Friday to bury a time capsule marking the end of what has been an extraordinary year. The capsule included items from all pupils reflecting on both the positive and negative experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown. The time capsule was part of Wellness Week, an annual event in the school calendar.
An ‘Eggcellent’ Science Week at Rose Hill School
05 May 2021
Science Week caused a flap of ‘eggcitement’ across Rose Hill School last week where the whole school looked at life cycles. The children welcomed two sets of chick eggs into the school and children enjoyed witnessing the miraculous journey from lifeless egg to cheeky chick.
Year 1 trip to Maidstone Museum
17 March 2014
Ladybird exhibition at Maidstone Museum
14 March 2014
World Book Day
14 March 2014
Green Goblins - Portsmouth
08 March 2014
Eleven daring and intrepid racers ventured...