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March 2023

  • Holiday Activity and Food (HAF) Programme - Easter Offer

    Published 28/03/23

    Bookings for Hillingdon’s Easter Holiday, Activities and Food (HAF) programme have now opened! Through their programme of free healthy food and fun activities, children and young people can develop new skills, take part in creative and physical activities, learn about food and cooking, and enjoy a nutritious meal each day. 

    The holiday programme is open to school-aged children from reception to Year 11 (inclusive) who receive benefits-related free school meals. They are also able to provide a limited number of discretionary places to vulnerable children that do not meet the Free School Meal criteria, if you would like for a child you are supporting to be considered for a HAF place, please email with the child's name, date of birth, address and parent contact details. 

    Activities this Easter include: 

    • Learn to ride a bike or develop your cycling skills
    • Football, Cricket, Basketball and multi-sports
    • Parent and child cookery sessions 
    • Dance, drama and arts programmes 
    • Multi-activity camps 
    • Remote Control car racing
    • Coding activities 
    • SEND activity camps
    • Specialist music and drama programmes for asylum/refugee children

    Find out more on their website - Easter HAF programme - Hillingdon Council where you can find out more about HAF, check out the Easter programme offer and find booking information.  

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  • World Maths Day

    Published 24/03/23

    For 16 years now, World Maths Day has united students across the globe in a celebration of learning! On 8th March, Students across the globe competed against each other celebrating mathematics. Rosedale College took part in celebrating numbers and the maths lessons were buzzing on the day in IT rooms, where the students were so exited competing against students across the globe.

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  • Macbeth Performance

    Published 17/03/23

    Students from Years 7 and 8 had the pleasure of watching a live performance of Macbeth as part of their English studies. This production was even more enjoyable because the actors engaged students by involving them all throughout the performance.

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  • World Book Day

    Published 13/03/23

    Key Stage Three students spent the day researching engag- ing children’s books. Students then wrote stories with a clear progressive message for an allocated target audience then spent time making them engaging and kinaesthetic. Stu- dents created some fabulous illustrations that were of very high quality. The concept of writing with a target audience in mind is a skill, which they will continue to enhance through not only secondary school and university but also when they get jobs. Staff and students relished the opportunity to show- case their final products.

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  • Student Council Summit

    Published 03/03/23

    Rosedale College student council leaders attended the Trust’s inaugural Council Summit on Monday 27th February, where council leaders from the Trust’s seven primary schools and secondary colleges came together. Collectively, our young leaders explored topics such as inclusivity, sustainability, ways of being heard, and tackling bullying. Leaders were able to take part in team building exercises, learn how to plan events, and shared their best ideas both at primary and secondary levels. Thank you so much to the staff who facilitated this event, especially Miss Page and Miss Morgan, who shared their experience of being school leaders when they were students themselves, and how that role prepared them for their adult lives. Well done to our council leaders, who were excellent ambassadors for the College.

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  • World Book Day!

    Published 02/03/23

    To help make World Book Day special – and to encourage reading for the rest of the year too – please download the free World Book Day Family pack which includes tips and tools to help your child develop a reading for pleasure habit, and find the joy in reading!

    You can download more fun World Book Day resources here: 

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March 2023