Rosebank held many events to celebrate Multicultural week. Year 5 and 6 had carnival workshops, year 3 and 4 had workshops about the Real Junk Food Project and all classes took part in a Scootathon around the back playground. In lessons during the week, the children learnt about different problems that people face around the world due to Global Warming and the different ways we can work together to help improve the environment for future generations. All classes also took part in a Day of Dance, learning traditional dances from around the world.
One evening after school, Rosebank held a cultural feast, which gave everyone the opportunity to taste traditional food from around the world and celebrate the diversity within our community. The next day the Lantern Learning Trust schools all came together for a summer fayre where children and parents enjoyed talent shows, Bollywood dancing, face painting, games and a raffle.
On the last day, Rosebank did a whole school swap, where classes were mixed up throughout the school and took part in wide variety of creative projects using recyclable materials to try as a school to do our bit to stop waste going to landfill. Jaguar’s class were lucky enough to have a workshop run by our parents learning all about traditions in Indonesia. This was also superhero day where the children came to school in non-uniform dressed as their favourite heroes.