Rossett News Update – 19 October 2018

September Surprise Concert

Congratulations to everyone who took part in the September Surprise Concert last night – it was a fantastic evening with a variety of musicians taking part.  Year 7 students excelled with Arlo Collins playing the piano, Megan Rowlands singing a solo from ‘Matilda’ and Harry Lea was fabulous on the trombone. Well done too to the Year 7 mass choir who gave a wonderful performance as did all our musicians from other year groups. Harvey Kennedy in Year 10 was MC for the evening and did a super job too!

Re-Start a Heart Day

On Tuesday, we marked The British Heart Foundation ‘Re-start a Heart’ day with a number of activities.  All Year 7 students were given CPR training from our First Aid & Health Manager, assisted by our First Aid Ambassadors.  CPR demonstrations also took place over both lunchtimes and all students watched the ‘Mini-Vinnie’ video – equipping our students with vital skills which might one day save lives.

 

 

 

Visit to the Japanese Gardens, Valley Gardens, Harrogate

On Wednesday Rossett students were invited to attend the opening ceremony of the Japanese Gardens in the Valley Gardens, Harrogate. These students were involved with the design of the graphics for the Friends of Valley Gardens leaflet, publicising this prestigious restoration project.

Ambassador Tsuruoka, Japanese Ambassador to the UK, officially opened the gardens and we were delighted that Sam Corazzi’s (Year 10) design was chosen by the Friends of Valley Gardens group.

Multi Use Games Area now open!

We are delighted to report that our new Multi Use Games Area (MUGA) pitches are now open for use during PE lessons and most sports can be played on them. (Students have been informed that only trainers or astro training shoes can be worn on these pitches).

 

 

 

 

American Exchange

In our biannual school exchange programme, we see students and staff having an early start on Saturday as they set off on the American Exchange to Falmouth Middle School, Maine.  Please follow @rossettexch or @rossett on Twitter to keep up to date with the trip.

Sponsored Walk

Students have raised over £13,000 from the Sponsored Walk so far.  Can we please ask parents to encourage their children to collect any outstanding sponsorship and bring it into school in a sealed envelope marked with the student’s name by Wednesday 24 October 2018.

Ruby Interviews the Stars!

This week Ruby Stephenson was invited into Stray FM to interview pop band Little Mix.  Read more here. 

Sixth Form Rag Week – Wednesday 24 October-Friday 26 October

Next week is Sixth Form Rag Week and a variety of activities will be taking place to raise money for charity including:

Day Activity / Location
Wednesday 24 October RAG Week Fair (12.25-1.10pm in the Sports Hall). Each Year 12 form group is organising and running a stall.
Thursday 25 October Game show – Mr and Mrs (12.25-1.10pm in the Sports Hall).
Friday 26 October Rossett’s Got Talent (whole school on late lunch – 1.25-2.10pm)

Students are invited to bring a small amount of money on Wednesday to support the different events taking place.  Entry to the Rag Week fair is 50p and students can bring extra money for the stalls and games – it promises to be great fun!

Rossett Park Run

Next week Years 7-11 will complete the ‘Rossett Park Run’ (approx. 2.5km) in their PE lessons.  All students will be expected to take part in the event which encourages physical activity and promotes a healthy lifestyle for all.  For the competitive runners, there is the Mo Farrah challenge which is two laps of the course (approx. 5km).

Congratulations to …

  • The U14 girls’ hockey team who played King James’s School and won their first ever match 2-0!
  • The U13 girls’ hockey A team who played Queen Ethelburga’s winning 5-0, with all 5 goals scored by Jess Renton who is playing up a year group;
  • U18s girls’ football team who progress to the next round of the National Cup with a 4-1 win against St Aidan’s;
  • Alex Clayman in Year 7 has been selected to play for West Yorkshire hockey. 

What’s happening next week …

Saturday 20 October

  • American Exchange 2018 departs

Monday 22 October

  • Year 7 photographs

Wednesday 24 October

  • Sixth Form Rag Week commences
  • Year 10/11 Theatre Trip – The Comedy About a Bank Robbery – 1.25-5.45pm
  • Japan trip – pre-hosting information evening, 6.30-7.30pm – Year 7 dining hall

Thursday 25 October

  • Year 12 Visit to Redbrick Mills and Ikea, 9am-2pm
  • Year 11 – Support your child evening, 6-8pm – Sixth Form Centre

Friday 26 October

  • Change of school day, whole school on late lunch – 1.25-2.10pm
  • Break up for half term

Ms Woodcock

Headteacher

Supporting your Child Evening 2018

As part of our continued commitment to helping students achieve their best possible grades at GCSE, and with the exam period fast approaching, we would like to invite all parents/carers of Year 11 students to our ‘Supporting Your Child’ event in the Sixth Form Centre on Thursday 25 October between 6-8pm.

This informal evening will offer practical advice and useful revision tips/techniques, as well as information about support material, preparing a revision plan and sourcing revision guides and past papers.

As you will be aware all students in England who fail to achieve a Level 4 or above in GCSE Maths and English have to continue studying these subjects post-16. We have therefore organised two dedicated English and Maths sessions during the evening to ensure that parents are equipped with the necessary information to guide their child to success in these two important subject areas.

Parental support is essential during this crucial period and this informative evening will offer excellent advice and guidance to enable you to help your child.  If you would like to attend, please fill out the form below to register to enable us to plan resources accordingly. Last year the event was very well-attended and we look forward to welcoming you on the evening.

Rossett News Update – 12 October 2018

Art students visit Yorkshire Sculpture Park and Hepworth Gallery

In support of their GCSE Art studies, students in Year 9 and 10 enjoyed visiting the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and Hepworth Gallery on Tuesday and Thursday this week.  Experiencing original art in a gallery and outdoor setting is important for GCSE students, and all those who took part in this visit gained a fantastic insight into the working practices and outcomes of some of the world’s most significant sculptors.

Celebrating Difference

As a Stonewall Champion School, tackling homophobic, biphobic and transphobic behaviours, Rossett always seeks to promote and celebrate difference. Our LGBTQ+ group hosted a Bake Sale on Thursday to mark National Coming Out Day 2018 – celebrating those in the LGBTQ+ community being open about who they are with family and friends and the world for the first time.  They raised over £120 for Stonewall UK – thank you to everyone who supported this event.

 

Prince’s Trust Awards Ceremony

On Thursday evening Abbas Hassan, one of our Year 11 students, received a regional Young Achiever Award at a prestigious Prince’s Trust Awards ceremony in Leeds.  The award recognises young people who have struggled through unimaginable difficulties to transform their lives.  Abbas has been involved with the Prince’s Trust since joining Rossett School from Sudan; he will now be considered for the National Young Achiever award.  All at Rossett are incredibly proud of Abbas and this fantastic achievement!

September Surprise – Thursday 18 October, 6.30pm

We still have a limited number of tickets available for our September Surprise Concert which takes place on Thursday 18 October (that’s the surprise!). The concert is at 6.30pm in the Main Hall.  During the first few weeks at school, Year 7 are busy in their music lessons learning a selection of songs to perform at this event – it promises to be a great evening!  Tickets can be purchased via the Finance Office at just £3 per ticket click the link for more information.

Year 11 ‘Supporting Your Child’ Evening: Thursday 25 October 2018, 6-8pm

As part of our continued commitment to helping students achieve their best possible grades at GCSE, and with the exam period fast approaching, we would like to invite all parents/carers of Year 11 students to our ‘Supporting Your Child’ event in the Sixth Form Centre on Thursday 25 October between 6-8pm.

This informal evening will offer practical advice and useful revision tips/techniques, as well as information about support material and how to prepare a revision plan; Revision guides, past papers and other resources will be discussed on the evening and information regarding how to source these valuable aids will be given.

As you will be aware all students in England who fail to achieve a 4 or above in GCSE Maths and English have to continue studying these subjects post-16. We have therefore organised two dedicated English and Maths sessions during the evening to ensure that parents are equipped with the necessary information to guide their child to success in these two important subject areas in their Year 11 studies.

Parental support is essential during this crucial period and this informative evening will offer excellent advice and guidance to enable you to help your child.  If you would like to attend, please follow the link here to register to enable us to plan resources accordingly. Last year the event was very well-attended and we look forward to welcoming you on the evening.

‘Re-start a Heart’ Day –  Tuesday 16 October

To recognise the national initiative ‘Re-start a Heart Day’, Ms Rogers, our First Aid & Health Manager, and the First Aid team will be teaching Year 7s hands-only CPR.

During lunchtime, there will be resuscitation demonstrations in the main hall to songs that provide the correct beat for effective CPR; this method of teaching allows children especially to work out the rhythm necessary for effective life-saving. At Form Time, all students will see the ‘mini Vinnie’ clip and Form Teachers will discuss with their students the importance of helping others and how emergency first aid can save lives.

Congratulations to:

  • Year 9A boys’ football team who progress to the next round of the County Cup with a 7-1 win against Risedale;
  • Year 9A boys’ football who won 5-0 against Roundhay in the National Cup;
  • Year 11 boys’ rugby team – a fantastic performance beating South Craven and Bingley Grammar School.

What’s happening next week …

Tuesday 16 October

  • Re-start a Heart Day @ Rossett;

Thursday 18 October

  • September Surprise Concert, starring Year 7 musicians – 6.30pm in the Main Hall.
  • As we approach half term, the Pastoral Teams for Years 7-11 will be giving advice to students regarding how to stay safe during Halloween (31 October, in half term) and Bonfire Night (5 November, which is the evening of the first day back after half term). We would ask that parents support us in our endeavours to keep students safe by talking about these celebrations at home.

Ms Woodcock

Headteacher

Rossett News Update – 5 October 2018

Rossett welcomed the parents of Year 6 pupils to listen to a presentation from the Headteacher about the school and our educational philosophy last night. Parents also had an opportunity to visit our new Learning Resource Centre to speak to faculties about the curriculum as well as find out about admissions, transport and much more.

This is followed by our Open Day on Saturday 6 October (9.30-12noon); parents and children are invited to meet our students and teachers and see the school in action. A number of exciting activities take place throughout the morning and you will have a chance to see and speak to our specialist teams of SEND and pastoral staff.

Parent Governor Election

As part of our continual review of the skill-set in our Governing Body we are always looking to hear from parents who may have a background in education, governance, law or similar who would like to contribute to the future development of the school.

Anyone who would like to express a general interest in governance is more than welcome to contact the Headteacher’s PA, Mrs D Duncan, at the school for further information. Dduncan@rossettschool.co.uk.

We are looking specifically for at least two parents who would be prepared to put their names forward in our latest recruitment drive for parent governors.  This is a formal process that is being advertised in a number of different ways – through our events for prospective parents and at our Year 7 Settling in Evening (Thursday 11 October).

Nomination forms are available from the link here, and should be returned by Wednesday 14 November.  The elections will take place prior to the Full Governing Body meeting on Tuesday 4 December.

Sponsored Walk

Thank you to everyone who was involved in our very successful Sponsored Walk last Friday – we hope you enjoyed looking at the pictures and video of the day.  Please encourage your child to collect their sponsorship money and return it to their From Tutor as soon as possible so that it can be put to good use by our nominated charities; Water Aid, MIND and Yorkshire Air Ambulance.

September Surprise – Thursday 18 October, 6.30pm

We are delighted to invite you to our September Surprise Concert which takes place on Thursday 18 October (that’s the surprise!) at 6.30pm in the Main Hall.  During the first few weeks at school, Year 7 are busy in their music lessons learning a selection of songs to perform at this event – it promises to be a great evening!  Tickets are available from the Finance Office at just £3 per ticket click the link for more information and order form. 

Year 11 transition to Sixth Form

At Rossett we recognise that the transition from Year 11 to Sixth Form is an important step for our students and we offer a comprehensive programme to support them as they move through to the next exciting stage of their education:

 

‘Re-start a Heart’ Day –  Tuesday 16 October

To recognise the national initiative ‘Re-start a Heart Day’, Ms Rogers, our First Aid & Health Manager, and the First Aid team will teach Year 7s hands-only CPR; Dr ABC (to remember the steps: Danger, Response, Airway, Breathing and Circulation); and will also demonstrate how a defibrillator works.
During lunchtime there will be resuscitation demonstrations in the main hall to songs that are the correct beat for CPR.  At Form Time, all students will see the ‘mini Vinnie’ clip and Form teachers will discuss with their students the importance of helping others and how emergency first aid can save someone’s life.

Harrogate in Bloom Award

We are delighted to have received a coveted ‘Gold’ at the recent Harrogate in Bloom Awards for our Rossett School sensory garden – we were also the overall winner in the school’s category!  Students and staff have worked incredibly hard over the past year and thoroughly deserve this recognition – well done!

Message from the PE faculty

With the cold weather fast approaching we would like to remind parents and students that we offer a wide selection of optional additional warm clothing that can be worn in PE lessons. Please follow the link to our online shop.

https://www.emblazon.biz/webshop/schoolwear/harrogate/rossett-school-sports/

Parking, drop-off and collection of students

We would like to remind you to park with consideration to our neighbours when collecting and dropping off your children.  Congestion in the locality is an increasing problem and we are concerned for the safety of our students.  Please also remember to turn off your engine whilst waiting to minimise the risk of pollution to pedestrians passing by.  Thank you for your support.

Co-curricular activities

At Rossett School we are very proud of the co-curricular activities that we offer to all.  However, we are always looking at ways to improve on what we currently do and we value parental input.

Mrs Temple, Rossett School’s Co-Curricular Coordinator, would be grateful if you could complete the survey below by Friday 12 October, which will help us further enhance our provision. Please remember that co-curricular activities are any activities that students do outside of the classroom before school/break time/lunchtime and after school. Revision sessions are not included in this.

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/TL8S8GB

Congratulations to …

  • The U16 girls’ football team who got their season off to a fine start last night with a 4-0 win over St John Fisher.
  • The Year 11 boys’ football team for their win over King James’s School

What’s happening next week …

  • Tuesday 9 October – Art trip 1 to Hepworth Gallery to Yorkshire Sculpture Park
  • Thursday 11 October – Year 7 Settling in Evening 5.30-7.30pm
  • Thursday 11 October – Art trip 2 to Hepworth Gallery and Yorkshire Sculpture park

Ms Woodcock

Headteacher

Rossett News Update – 28 September 2018

Sponsored Walk

Fantastic sunshine accompanied over 1500 students as they embarked on our biennial Sponsored Walk today. Raising money for Water Aid, MIND and Yorkshire Air Ambulance, Rossett students demonstrated great resilience completing the 20 kilometre walk in great spirits.  Please can parents help students remember to bring their sponsorship money to school next week so that we can see the total raised for charity. Please click here for photos of the day.  Congratulations to everyone involved!

Top ten finishers today were:

Alex McKenzie Y12 (1hr 40)

Morgan Glazier Y12

Jason Twigg Y13

Matt Ellmore Y9

Sam Budd Y12

Dylan Bellerby Y13

Ben James Y7

Ollie Bennett Y13

Josh Bryer Y7

Charlie Gough Y13

1st  Girl back

Kerry Holtham Y13 (2 hrs 5 mins)

Presentation Evening

Parents and students alike were motivated by the honest and inspiring talk from Simon Weaver, Manager at Harrogate Town Football Club.  His stories of his early beginnings and talent, including the set-backs that he had encountered in his career made us all think about the importance of a resilient attitude.  It was a real pleasure to celebrate with him Harrogate Town’s recent successes and listen to his philosophy about recruiting young players such as ex-Rossett student Liam Kitching – all of whom exhibit the positive Rossett mindset.

Mr Bradshaw, Director of Sports Studies, welcomed everyone to the event and was ably assisted by Mr Durbin and members of the school music community who provided both entertainment and incidental music to accompany the presentations of medals, certificates and cups to students from our current Years 8 to 11.

European Day of Languages

The European Day of Languages was a huge success with delicacies from our Executive Chef including a tapas bar; playing concours de petanque and handball in PE; a passport challenge in lessons, as well as specialities from European countries being on offer in the dining halls at lunch time.

Macmillan Coffee Morning

Congratulations to our Sixth Form for raising over £350 for the Macmillan Cancer charity.  Thank you to everyone who made cakes and supported the event. 

Poetic Rapper Visit

On Thursday we welcomed Rob Bradley, a poetic rapper, to Rossett who performed at a Year 7 assembly and held a rap workshop.  The students were entertained and inspired to try a new form of writing, working in our new Learning Resource Centre.

 

 

 

Rossett will be welcoming the parents of Year 6 pupils to listen to a presentation from the Headteacher about the school and our educational philosophy on Thursday 4 October (6.30pm-8.30pm). Parents will also have an opportunity to visit our new Learning Resource Centre to speak to faculties about the curriculum as well as find out about admissions, transport and much more.

This is followed by our Open Day on Saturday 6 October (9.30-12noon); parents and children are invited to meet our students and teachers and see the school in action. A number of exciting activities take place throughout the morning.

Can you help the PTA?

The PTA help at both of our events above and are looking for help with refreshments from 6pm onwards on the Open Evening and from 9am onwards on the Open Day.  We would also appreciate any donations of cakes and biscuits for the Saturday – these can be dropped off at Student Reception on Friday or Saturday morning.

Congratulations to …

  • The Year 10 football team, who started their season in fantastic style with a 10-1 victory over Harrogate Grammar School. Four students competed in the area cross country before the game; Hari Bhogal, Alfie Dean, Gidi Pliener, Austen Glazier.  Josh Knowles scored 4 and Luca Grant scored on his debut.

What’s happening next week …

Thursday 4 October

  • Year 6 Parents’ Evening 6.30pm-8.30pm

Friday 5 October

  • Training Day – No students in school

Saturday 6 October

  • Open Day – 9.30am-12pm

Ms Woodcock

Headteacher

Sponsored Walk 2018

Rossett News Update –  21 September 2018

European Day of Languages – Wednesday 26 September

We are looking forward to our European Day of Languages on Wednesday 26 September and many exciting events are taking place:

  • Year 7: Tapas Bar during period 2 in the Year 7 Dining Hall
  • Year 8: Languages and future jobs assembly and fun class activities
  • Years 7 and 8: Passport challenge
  • All years will be able to:

Enjoy a choice of several dishes and specialities from European countries in the dining hall at lunch time; guess the flags of various European states; Experience Japanese, German, Italian, Russian and Portuguese taster sessions in lessons during the week;  Play Concours de Petanque and handball in PE lessons.

Year 7 meet a real-life poet – Thursday 27 September 2018

On Thursday 27 September we welcome Rob Bradley, a poetic rapper, to Rossett.  Rob is a world champion rapper who has performed all around the world combining stories, improvisation and poetry.  Following a performance at an assembly for all Year 7 students, Rob will be holding a Rap Workshop with a selected group of students – a wonderful opportunity to engage with a new form of writing which should be very inspiring!

Sponsored Walk – Friday 28 September

A reminder that the Sponsored Walk takes place next Friday.  Please encourage your child to obtain as many sponsors as possible.  Year group assemblies have been held to give final information to the students. You will have received a letter with further details for students of what to wear, student safety, equipment, sponsorship and timings for the event: please read this carefully!  I am sure everyone involved will enjoy the day – a ‘Rossett tradition’ for over thirty years. Watch out for updates on the day through our Twitter feed and the website.

National Apprenticeship Show

On Thursday, a group of our Year 10 and Year 11 students attended the National Apprenticeship Show at the Yorkshire Showground.  The students spent the morning meeting prospective employers and gaining an insight into the opportunities available to them in relation to apprenticeships and future careers.

Support our PTA

Each year the PTA raises money to improve the facilities and equipment for every child at Rossett School and all parents are invited to support this fundraising.  Being part of the PTA is about taking an active part in the school community, getting to know other parents and staff and having fun in the process!  Even if you cannot be actively involved, the PTA really appreciate your support at the various events organised.  The first PTA meeting of the term is being held at school on Tuesday 25 September at 7.15pm -come and join us if you can! Learn more about the Rossett School PTA here.

What’s happening next week …

Tuesday 25 September

  • American Exchange Parents’ Information Evening, Learning Resource Centre 7-8pm
  • PTA Meeting, 7.15pm – Meeting room

Wednesday 26 September

  • European Day of Languages

Thursday 27 September

  • Sports’ Presentation Evening, Main Hall 6pm-8pm

Friday 28 September

  • Sponsored Walk 

Dates for your diary:

Thursday 4 October – Year 6 Parents’ Evening, 6.30-8.30pm

Saturday 6 October – Open Day, 9.30-12pm

Thursday 11 October – Year 7 Settling in Evening 5.30-8.30pm

Thursday 18 October – September Surprise Concert, 6.30-8pm

Saturday 20 October – American Exchange Departs

Monday 22-Friday 26 October – Sixth Form Rag Week

Monday 22 October – Year 7 Photographs

Wednesday 24 October – Year 10 & 11 Theatre trip to see ‘The Comedy About a Bank Robbery’

Thursday 25 October – Year 11:  Support Your Child Evening. This evening is to provide information, for parents, on how to best support your child through this year’s examinations (mock and final). Letter with further information to follow.

Ms Woodcock

Headteacher

Sponsored Walk – Friday 28th September 2018

Our biennial sponsored walk will take place on Friday 28 September 2018.  This walk has been a popular event in the school calendar for over twenty years.  The aim of the day is to have a great community experience whilst raising money for both the school and our chosen charities. Please return the completed permission slip by Monday 10 September.  On an average year, we raise in excess of £16,000 through the sponsored walk, so please support your child in both taking part AND collecting sponsorship.

For more information on what students need to bring and what they need to wear on the day click here

The initial letter including the permission slip can be found here.

 

Rossett News Update – 14 September 2018

Rossett Basics

All students have now been reminded of expectations in school regarding uniform and mobile phones through Year group ‘Rossett Basics’ assemblies.  We would encourage you to remind your child of these expectations to maximise their academic and social development.

Sponsored Walk

Our biennial sponsored walk will take place on Friday 28 September 2018.  This walk has been a popular event in the school calendar for over twenty years.  The aim of the day is to have a great community experience whilst raising money for both the school and our chosen charities. Please return the completed permission slip by Monday 10 September.  On an average year, we raise in excess of £8,000, so please support your child in both taking part AND collecting sponsorship. Please click here for further information and the permission slip.

Student Council

Assemblies will be held next week to encourage students to apply for the 2018-2019 Student Council. This is a great way for your child to contribute to school and the wider community.  Our Student Council consists of two elected members from each year group; the Head Boy and Girl represent the Sixth Form. The application window is between Monday 17 September – Monday 24 September and application forms can be collected from Student Reception and from Form Tutors. All application forms need to be returned to Form Tutors by 9am on Monday 24 September.  Please encourage your child to get involved – further information about the Student Council is available on our website here.

Sports’ Presentation Evening

Our Sports Presentation Evening is being held on Thursday 27 September between 6-8pm in the Main Hall.  Last year we introduced our lower and upper school colours for our sports students in recognition of their commitment and dedication to sport at Rossett School. These badges will be presented on the evening along with awards for ‘players of the year’ and ‘most improved players’. Simon Weaver, Harrogate Town’s Manager will be speaking at the event. Tickets cost £2 are available from the Finance Office.

Our School our Way

We are delighted that ‘Our School Our Way’ is fully-booked and we look forward to welcoming pupils in Years 5 and 6 to this fun-packed event on Saturday 22 September.

Oxbridge Workshop

Six Year 13 students will attend an Oxbridge Workshop on Wednesday 17 September in the new Learning Resource Centre. This workshop will focus on the application process and particularly the interview techniques necessary to succeed. It will be led by staff and students from Brasenose College at Oxford University.

Parking

Whilst we appreciate that parking before and after school can sometimes be difficult, we would be grateful if parents coming to school at these times would be considerate to residents when dropping-off and collecting children.  Congestion at the bottom of Hartley Road is of particular concern; the road can occasionally be blocked at these times. Thank you for your support.

What’s happening next week …

Monday 13–Thursday 20 September

GCSE Geographical Enquiries Fieldwork trips to Gill Beck, Fewston

Monday 18 September, 3.30-4.10pm

Oxford Interview Technique workshop – Learning Resource Centre

Saturday 22 September, 10am-3pm

Our School Our Way – Years 5 and 6

Ms Woodcock

Headteacher

Our School, Our Way

Dear Parent/Carer

‘Our School, Our Way’ – Saturday 22 September 2018

On Saturday 22 September we are opening our doors to primary school pupils who will be in Years 5 and 6 in September. This fun filled event is packed with exciting learning activities and provides an opportunity to make new friends and find out more about Rossett School.

The theme of the event is ‘Our School, Our Way’ and the day will run from 10am – 3pm with prize giving taking place at 2.45pm to which Parents/Carers are invited.

As part of the programme pupils will design a dream school of the future, together with the uniform for its pupils which will be modelled at a fashion show extravaganza on the day. A fun treasure hunt will provide an opportunity for our young visitors to explore the school and they will also develop new skills and ideas.

To secure a place for your son/daughter please register and complete the consent form below.Places are limited and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

All children attending should wear casual clothes and bring a packed lunch and drink; we will provide light refreshments during the morning and afternoon.

This is a free event hosted by Rossett staff who are keen to meet potential new students and offer them a day to remember. Members of the school’s Leadership Team will be available at 9.30am to answer any questions you may have. In addition, they will give a presentation at 10.00am to Parents/Carer regarding the school and our admissions procedure. This will last approximately 20 minutes.

We look forward to welcoming your son/daughter to this event and if you have any questions in the meantime please do not hesitate to contact me.

Yours sincerely

Sarah Daly
Associate Assistant Headteacher
sdaly@rossettschool.co.uk
01423 564444

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