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
Year 5 on KS2 playground-1
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
WBD Winners-1
  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
Please be aware that there is a now a new system which, if registered for, will automatically notify parents/guardians of a school closure. Find out more…
"Pupils are given many opportunities to enrich their education." Ofsted
Photos from the Early Years, Key Stage One and Key Stage Two concerts can be viewed and ordered from The Reportage Company website. Username and password required to access will be published in the January 2017 Newsletter. Click on the images or the links below to view more photos.   Key Stage 1 Christmas Concert December 2016 Key Stage 2 Christmas Concert December
Katie W essay
Winning Local competitions – Year 6 winners of the Rotary Essay competition ‘What I Want To Be When I Grow Up’.  All year 6 pupils researched what they want to be when they grow up and wrote essays around this topic for the annual local Rotary Club Competition.  Our three finalists were Katie, who wants to be a cyclist, Talia who wants
We were delighted to welcome one of our ‘Dads’ who shared fantastic, freestyle football skills. Practice, determination and resilience were emphasized by Billy as he inspired us to apply these to anything we really want to do.  
Front view of our school
We are always happy to show families and children around the school, by appointment with the Headteacher, in advance. Please ring our school office if you wish to visit us on 01992 442407. Please visit to apply for a place or join the continuing interest list of any class.