Years 1 and 2

All children in Years 1 & 2 are entitled to Free School meals.    If your child is not already taking up this Free entitlement, why not take a look at our menus?  We are now offering the option of a packed lunch.  Please ask at Reception if you have any questions.

 

14.11.2017  Birch and Poplar Classes   Visit to Vue Cinema  9-12.30    Film  Sing

 

7.12.17  Ash & Pine Classes   Visit to Pegasus Theatre to watch A Christmas Carol

 

 

 

Poplar and Birch's first topic will be Me and My World.

In science, we will be looking at parts of the body, senses and how to stay fit and healthy!

We will also be looking at where we live around Rose Hill.

 

Ash and Pine's first topic will be Location Location Location.

We will be studying the story of The Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig by Eugene Trivizas

We will be looking at how national life has changed, especially in homes, through history.

 

 

Poplar and Birch Class Ash and Pine Class

Year 1 have worked with Miss Cox, looking at different types of Art.  

Their work is stunning, and has brightened up the school corridor.

 

The creativity and imagination of young artists from Rose Hill Primary School is to go on display on the hoardings around Wadham College’s Iffley Road student accommodation building site.

Children from Years 1 and 2, aged six and seven, have been studying the work of a range of artists as inspiration for the two hoarding panels that they have decorated.

Fizzy Cox, Art Coordinator at Rose Hill Primary School commented: “We looked at a range of artists such as Henri Matisse, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Roy Lichtenstein. The kids created some draft ideas on paper. They focussed on patterns, shapes and colours on the panels, with some characters and creatures in there.”

The vibrant and uplifting results of their work will be mounted on the Iffley Road hoardings in July.

Wadham College is developing the Dorothy Wadham Building site on Iffley Road to create 135 student bedrooms for second year students who currently live out of College due to insufficient College owned accommodation.

Schools local to the site were invited to take part in a project to decorate the hoardings earlier this year.