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Here you will find  new and exciting things happening here at Rosebank School.

Sensory Garden Opening

Esther McVey, MP for the Tatton constituency, officially opened the new sensory garden on Friday 24th September 2021.  Governors and representatives from Friends of Rosebank came along to join in the celebration. 

This is the completion of Phase 1  - the construction of a sensory pathway. 

Work started during the summer holidays.  Rosebank children and their families spent two days chopping, digging and wheel-barrowing.  40 volunteers of 3 generations were involved.  Shrubs, raised beds and pergolas were taken down.   Greenery was chopped up and a skip was filled with the old materials.  Volunteers returned to help move 12 tons of stones to lay the base of the new path. 

The funding for Phase 1 has come from a number of sources including Friends of Rosebank School (50/50 Lotto, sponsored events, raffles), Eric Kay Trust, The Co-Operative Community Fund.

We are all very excited about the completion of this part of the project. 

Fundraising for Phase 2 is  now under way.

What the children said:

This is..awsome!                                 I love the blue                            I really like it!



Invite a Parent to School Afternoon.

On Friday September 17th we opened the school gates and welcomed parents in for the first time since the start of Covid.

The children were very excited.  They introduced their parents to their teachers and their friends. As so many of our children travel to school by taxi this was the first time many parents had met the teachers or other children in the class.

The parents joined in with coding, story time, art and PE, they made bird feeders and kebabs. Some parents ‘checked in’ with the Zones of Regulation. A lot of children and adults were in the Yellow Zone because they were so excited.

What the parents said:

Great idea and organisation to give parents the opportunity  to join our child in action in the classroom, meet and speak to teachers. Please repeat this event.

It was lovely to come back into school. My child was very excited and really enjoyed it.

What the children said:

I really liked it.

I liked showing my mum around school especially on the track.

It was good and we had fun.

I was very excited.