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Rose Hill Primary School
Elmfield Drive, Rose Hill, Marple, SK6 6DW, UK Stockport
Tel. 0161 427 1432


Receiving the Healthy Schools Award in 2007

At Rose Hill, we encourage children to aim for the very best in academic and personal success. We want children to achieve their potential. Alongside academic achievement, we feel that the children need to know that how they grow and develop, how they behave to others and how they view the world and communicate with it, contributes to the atmosphere in which they learn. We want children to learn in an environment where there is a love of learning and where hard work and good manners are encouraged.

Every school will offer the same curriculum, but the way the lessons are taught, and the experiences children have, will differ. We believe that every parent wants their child to be happy at school and that is also of paramount importance to us.

Confidence in a school comes from knowing and understanding what is happening within it. Education constantly changes and this can sometimes be very confusing. It is important that mutual understanding and trust should be the basis of our shared responsibility. Only by working together in partnership, will we be able to achieve our aim of providing the best possible education for your children.

About our School

The school was opened in 1951. It consists of nine classrooms and a large teaching area, containing two further classes, which was added in the 1960’s. We also have a Nursery class and a Playgroup/Playschool. Rose Hill is now a designated Community School. The library is situated in the entrance hall and full use is made of the wide corridors to create bays for teaching and learning, and a computer study area. There is a large assembly hall which is used for many activities by the school as well as the local community. Besides having computers in each classroom, we have a dedicated computer suite which is in constant use by all the children. We have our own kitchen and purpose-built dining hall. There are two hard-surfaced playgrounds, with outdoor classrooms and 'trim trail' play equipment, and a large field where areas of wildlife are being developed adjacent to the pond.


We believe that the school is an active community of pupils and staff working in partnership with parents to ensure each child receives the best possible education. We expect everyone to contribute towards this community making it stimulating, supportive and safe.

The Curriculum

The curriculum is the total of all learning experiences provided by the school for your child. The school aims to provide a broad, well balanced curriculum at all stages through which all children realise their full potential and develop individual talents, interests and skills.

See these examples of our work:

ICT Mathematics PE


Diary Dates
19th June
Transition to Marple Hall Meeting  - (Year 6 parents - 7pm)
20th June
Tempest Photographer (Year 6, Nursery, Reception, Teams only)
21st June

Lunch for parents - 12.00 noon

Reception new intake meeting 7 pm

26th June
Lunch for parents - 12.00 noon
27th June

Year 6 visit Marple Hall

Nursery intake meeting 7 pm

5th July
Year 6 Parents' Meeting at Marple Hall 7 pm
6th July
Summer Fair - 5.00pm - 7.30 pm
9th July
Playgroup/Pre-School 21st Birthday Celebrations this week
10th July

Year 6 visit to Marple Hall to watch their production of  'Grease'

Sports Day - Rec. & KS1 - am

Sports Day - KS2 - pm

11th July
Alternative sports day if wet on 10th
13th July
Annual Reports out today
17th July

Mr Hill's class visit to Longdendale

Year 6 production of  'Jack and the Beanstalk'

18th July

Ms. Beardsell's class visit to Longdendale

Year 6 production of  'Jack and the Beanstalk'

19th July

Mrs. Hancox's class visit to Longdendale

Year 6 production of  'Jack and the Beanstalk'

25th July
Music Concert 2.30 pm
26th July
Drama Club presentation 4.00 pm
27th July

Leavers' Assembly 2.30 pm

School closes 3.15 pm

4th September
School opens 8.50 am

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