Rosebank Primary School

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   Newsletter - Wednesday 16th June 2021

Dear Parents/Carers, 

Rosebank Spring Clean - Wednesday 23rd June 3:20pm

We would like to invite as many families as possible to our 'Spring Clean' Event. Find the flyer below for this event.  This is a family friendly event which we think everyone will enjoy! We want to start doing more to improve our local environment and think about how we can work with the local residents and councillors  to tidy it up, make it attractive, add planters and other things that could make a difference. Therefore, we are starting with a spring clean next Wednesday. This will involve 30 minutes of litter picking followed by refreshments on our front playground. Members of the city council, local residents, local police and students are all invited to attend this event and we will hopefully have time to discuss what we can do next and how we can work together in the future. Children must be accompanied by adults. 

Rosebank Spring Clean Event Flyer - Wednesday 23rd June

Playground Updates 

Over half term, you will have noticed that we have had amazing pergolas installed on the front playground.  These have been fitted by Hyde Park Source and they will be returning soon to add planters and plants which will grow over the pergola to provide shade and shelter. I'm sure you'll agree that these are lovely additions to our playground. We are also having new goal posts installed on the back playground for our older children and for PE lessons. These were meant to be installed over half term, but due to Covid, have been delayed a few week.

Attendance Figures

We have included with this newsletter our figures for each class's attendance. Each week, I will be doing an assembly with the children and letting them know how their class is doing. The class with the best attendance at the end of the year will be rewarded. Also, those children who have 100% attendance could get the opportunity to win a £10 WHSmiths' voucher at the end of term.  If children have to isolate, this does not go against their attendance.  If children do develop symptoms of a continuous cough, high temperature or loss of taste or smell, they do need to stay off and get a test in line with government advice. However, for colds, hayfever and other mild illnesses, we would encourage children to come to school. I'm sure you will agree that ensuring good attendance is vital for children's success and thank you for your support with this.

Dinner menu from 16th June 

Best wishes 

 Miss Alice Smith, Headteacher

Dates for the Diary:   


Friday 2nd July - Rosebank Earth Day

Wednesday 7th July - KS1 Animal Club Workshops 

Tuesday 13th July - Year 6 Flamingo Land

Wednesday 14th July – E-safety assembly for children

Monday 26th July - Year 6 water fight & Leavers Assembly!

Monday 26th July - Last day of Summer Term 2


Click here to view the term dates for 2021 - 2022 (also found on our Homepage)