Christmas is a time of happiness and coming together. At Rosneath Primary School Staff and Pupils recently, courtesy of Mrs Johnson and the ladies in the kitchen, sat down to a delicious Christmas Lunch. Lots of festive cheer – background Christmas music, crackers being pulled, lots of happy smiling faces and…………………………clean trays and plates!
Rosneath Primary pupil Ellie Capon travelled to Dumbarton (Frankie & Benny’s) recently to meet Jackie Baillie, MSP. Ellie, along with other P7 pupils from Jackie’s Constituencies, was there to receive a certificate (Highly Commended) and prize for entering Jackie’s Annual Christmas Card Competition. Jackie said it was a very difficult job to judge (she does it personally with her Assistant) as the standard of entries was so high.
Primary 1 pupils at Rosneath Primary school couldn’t believe their eyes when a very special visitor arrived in their classroom…it was Ziggy!! The boys and girls have been learning about road safety and how to stay safe at night when out and about in their local area. The children were very excited to meet Ziggy and share their learning with him
Some strange looking characters have set up camp in the grounds of Rosneath Primary School! They sent a letter to the children pleading for a place to stay after being “evicted” from their home (field) on a nearby farm for not doing their job properly. What a cheek!
We think they help make our grounds look spectacular so they can stay for as long as they like. Welcome to our new Scarecrow Family made from recycled materials. Continue reading »
A recent visit to Rosneath Primary School by Chief Chebe from African Arts in Glasgow had the “joint jumpin'”. What a wonderful learning experience.
The day began with a whole school Assembly related to Black History Month as part of our school’s Global Citizenship journey. The children were amazed at just how far some children have to walk in African countries to collect clean drinking water.
4 lucky children from Rosneath Primary were invited to Glasgow City Chambers last Thursday to a Game On Scotland Celebration Event. They had the opportunity to meet up with 80 other children from schools all over Scotland for a fun-filled day where they met Team Scotland/Team GB athletes from 4 different sports. All schools taking part had been awarded a Game On Scotland plaque and shared their challenges.
Here at Rosneath we are determined to apply for our first Green Flag in the New Year.
Recently, we had an amazing Eco Week – so much going on! From model making using recycled materials to Beach Cleaning to welcoming our “visitors” from Zoolab to sprucing up our school grounds to Teamwork(out) Day to whole school village walk to planting………………..the list is endless!
On Friday 3rd October staff and pupils at Rosneath Primary School wore an array of red, white and blue to raise money for three main service charities: Royal Navy and Marines Charity; ABF The Soldier’s Charity and RAF Benevolent Fund.
Miss McLean would like to thank parents for generously donating on the day and helping the school to raise a fantastic £107.15 for these very worthy charities.
On Friday 13th June Rosneath Primary School held a BLUE day to raise money for the Multiple Sclerosis Trust. Pupils and staff came to school wearing bright blue clothing and some even dyed their hair!
All children and staff taking part made a donation to the collection and assisted in raising a fantastic £105.41 for this very worthy charity. Continue reading »
Today, P6 were absolutely delighted that ALL 11 cyclists passed their Cycling Proficiency Theory Test and ALL got an ‘A’ Pass in the practical.
Kay, Road Safety Officer, said she had never seen such phenomenal cycling!
Well done to you all!
Mrs Munro, Mrs Keech, Mrs McDermid and the whole school are so proud of you!
On Friday 16th May Rosneath Primary School held a Onesie and Cake Sale Day to raise money for the Sunday Mail Centenary Fund. This fund supports many worthy charities, such as: Breast Cancer Care, CHAS, Childline, Erskine, Shelter and many more.
All children arrived to school in their colourful onesies and laden with yummy cakes to sell. In class each all pupils took part in a ‘Design a Onesie’ competition, in which the winning designer from each class received a certificate and prize.
As you may know, the famous Hampden Park is being used to host the Field/Athletics events at this year’s Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. There is major refurbishment going on outside at the moment with the deadline for completion growing ever near!!
Rosneath Primary School were delighted to take part in the Inter Schools Cross Country Run at Helensburgh Rugby Club today.
For a small school, we were absolutely delighted and SO proud to come away with the Gold medal for P6 Girls (Eva Campbell) and the Bronze medal for P7 Boys (Marcus Frame).
A GREAT BIG WELL DONE to all of our runners and to everyone who took part and crossed that Finish Line. Continue reading »
On Thursday 27th March pupils and staff at Rosneath Primary welcomed artist, Lee Hendrick into their school to teach them a variety of exciting skills. Cloth Uncut is a visual arts programme which was greatly received by all at Rosneath.
Children, parents, friends, relatives all worked together to improve the grounds of Rosneath Primary School. Many projects were undertaken (including giving our willow dome a “haircut”, building a hedgehog motel, insect hotel and beetle B & B, planting up some wellies and generally giving the grounds a “facelift”! and everybody pitched in – the “before” and “after” showed just how much hard work went in to the day. Continue reading »
At Rosneath we were delighted to welcome Alanna from ZooLab for an Animals of the Rainforest Workshop (P3/4) and an Eco Investigators Workshop (P6/7) linked to our Interdisciplinary studies.
Alanna commented how knowledgeable the children were and the majority were quite delighted to say hello to their new pals – especially the two rats who took great delight in sitting on Alanna’s shoulders!!Continue reading »
COLOURFUL CHARACTERS AT ROSNEATH
On Friday 11th October Rosneath Primary School was awash with colour. The pupils took part in a Red, White & Blue/Clown Day to support Armed Forces charities. P3/4 held a biscuit/cake sale too which resulted in a long, long queue right down the corridor! Continue reading »
P6/7 at Rosneath held their Team Captain Election on MONDAY 7TH OCTOBER. The children had worked very hard on their individual campaigns and Jackie Baillie, MSP kindly came to school to watch the Election process from START to FINISH. Jackie commented very positively throughout the morning. The whole school was involved in the process. Some Candidates made a grand entrance to music, one had a trumpet fanfare, one had a drum roll! Then the ALL IMPORTANT campaign speeches.
There was “a whole lotta shakin’ goin’ on!” at Rosneath Primary School on WEDNESDAY 25TH SEPTEMBER. P6/7 took all classes for a 30 minute Dance/Exercise session using all sorts of music from the past and the present. They had prepared routines, games, experimented with choreography and devised all important warm-ups and cool downs. Teamwork, cooperation were vital and they had the extra job of making sure everyone in the whole school was included and, most importantly, HAVING FUN. The whole school dressed in bright colours to emphasise this. Continue reading »