Our pupil council represented the school for a day in Camden to share work, ideas and success with other area winners. The award reflected a range of our activities to promote safety including the posters the police asked us to design to encourage local motorists to keep to the speed limit on our local main road.
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  We make an annual visit to the Howard Centre in Welwyn Garden City where we present a programme of Christmas music and carols for an hour raising funds for the Isobel Hospice within their ‘Buttons & Bows’ Christmas collection. This year we raised £240. We performed in the December drizzle in the Jubilee shelter in Hoddesdon Town Centre where
This year two shows were performed with the whole school involved. Over a week all pupils performed in their own concerts to full houses of parents, friends and relatives. Tuesday 12th and Wednesday 13th afternoon performances. All the children in Key Stage 1 performed a musical ‘The Christmas Dragon’ with dancing and singing and the youngest ones accompanying the songs with
Charles Walker, M.P. visits Roselands to congratulate Jane Carson on 40 years at Roselands School. Members of the pupil council joined Headteacher, Jane Carson, to welcome Executive Headteacher of The Hoddesdon School Trust, David Kennedy and our local M.P. Charles Walker, on a visit to Roselands. After touring the school they presented Ms Carson with a certificate and thanked her for
Roselands Choir Wins Lea Valley Choir Competition
The Final of the Lea Valley Primary Schools Choir Competition 2017 was held at The Spotlight Theatre , Broxbourne, organised by the Rotary Club of Amwell. Sheila Grimmant, Club President, presented the trophy. There were five schools in the final and Roselands Choir had entered for the first time. Conducted by Headteacher Jane Carson, accompanied by Dr Lis McCullough on
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We invited our Friends of Roselands Team – FORS – to our assembly on Friday 12th May to thank them for raising enough money to build our new play areas. They were designed and built by ‘DNA Play’ fitting into the natural surroundings that we are so lucky to enjoy around our school. Lesley Drage, Chair of FORS, cut the ribbons
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  On March 2nd, Roselands Primary School celebrated World Book Day with a difference – by dressing up as `wild things`!  Inspired by Maurice Sendak’s classic 1964 story `Where The Wild Things Are`, children and adults arrived wearing a variety of exciting costumes, including tails, horns and oversized monstrous feet. After a whole school assembly in which the idea of
Children playing in the snow at school
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Front view of our school
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