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Rosebank Sports News will keep you up to date with results, achievements and other exciting info! Scroll down for the latest news.

Each class show great enthusiasm taking part in lots of different sporting activities. The children are currently learning:

  • Multi-skills - now mixed KS2 classes working on developing new skills and techniques; currently working on their balance and control. 
  • Rugby -  improving ball control and understanding the importance of working together.
  • Trampolining - the children visit a local gym where there are trampolines, balance beams, trampets, bars and lots more gym equipment.
  • Swimming - KS1 and KS2 children have been working hard to perfect their swimming techniques. Everyone has developed new skills and have even been rewarded with certificates!
  • Horse riding - the children are enjoying learning about how they can control the horse! Red class have just began their horse riding sessions and are doing great! 

Sports Day 2019!


Rosebank School took part in a fantastic Kidz-Fit session last term.  Throughout the workshop we learnt about the importance of a healthy lifestyle, physical fitness and person well-being.

The workshop involved various physical activities including jumping, hula-hooping, dancing and activities to show how strong we are.

Our children really enjoyed this workshop and learnt lots of new physical skills.





Some children took part in a football festival at  Moss Farm.

They all played very well.


Well done Oliver for completing your gold Duke of Edinburgh award


Boccia has become a huge hit here at Rosebank. So much so that we have taken part in some thrilling competitions! 
Everyone has tried so hard and used what they have learned in their multi-skills lessons to compete against each other and other schools.
See below to see how they got on.


Latest News

Boccia Competition November 2018

Orange Class took part in a Boccia tournament at St. Nicholas High School in November 2017.  They competed very well.  The A team came 5th in their league and the B team came 4th in their league.  Well done Orange Class.


Lostock came to Rosebank to enjoy a morning playing Boccia.  The children tried there best but Lostock were on top form and managed to win all the games.  Well done Lostock and a great effort from Rosebank too