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Local Health Services

Ahead of the festive season, the NHS in Southampton has prepared some advice for families about the local health services available in the city over the bank holidays. The local NHS services here for your family this holiday season Pharmacists are experts on medicines and can offer advice on treating coughs, colds, sore throats and […]

Thank You to Irwin Mitchell

Thank You to Irwin Mitchell

The school would like to say a big thank you to Irwin Mitchell for funding the new lights in our hydrotherapy pool. This has made a huge difference to the swimming experience of our learners and supports our research on cortical visual impairment, as we know some students benefit from being in a single colour […]

Ability Dogs 4 Young People

Ability Dogs 4 Young People

Last Friday, the school was visited by Carol, Ashley and Hester from Ability Dogs 4 Young People, a charity based on the Isle of Wight that trains assistance dogs for disabled young people and children. Their dogs help people with both physical and mental disabilities, including cerebral palsy, autism and epilepsy. As well as aiding […]

The Hub Award Ceremony

The Hub Award Ceremony

On Wednesday, the school held an award ceremony to celebrate the achievements of the learners in The Hub. Families were invited to share in the outstanding achievements of Hub 2 students and to see Hub 3 students receive their AQAUSA certificates, formally recognising their work for the year. The learners were awarded their certificates by […]

Caribbean Day

Caribbean Day

On Tuesday, the school hosted a Caribbean Family Day. Our learners were joined by their families in class, where they took part in various Caribbean activities together, including having fun in sand pits and exploring lots of tropical fruits and smells. Later in the hall, everyone was treated to a performance from Crestwood College’s Steel […]

Therapy Team Featured in Frontline Magazine

Therapy Team Featured in Frontline Magazine

The Therapy Team at Rosewood was recently featured in Frontline magazine, a publication for members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists. The article explores how Rosewood’s curriculum integrates physical therapy into day-to-day learning, how the Therapy Team works to achieve this and the impact it has on the progress of our learners. Lisa Adams, one […]

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Waitrose Community Matters

Waitrose’s Community Matters scheme selects three local charities each month to help raise money for good causes. At the end of each shop, customers receive a token to place in a box of the good cause they’d most like to support. The more tokens a cause gets, the bigger the donation they receive. Each month, every […]

Community Policing

Community Policing

Yesterday, students from The Hub and Post 19 were treated to a surprise visit from Hampshire Police and SERV Wessex – a voluntary organisation that provides out of hours blood transportation for the NHS. The visit was part of the police’s Community Liaison programme, which aims to show the human face of the Hampshire Constabulary, […]

The Hub Fashion Show 2016

The Hub Fashion Show 2016

Today the school hosted the first Hub Fashion Show. Over the last two terms, the learners from The Hub collected old clothing donated by staff and worked on how to give them a fresh look. Once the clothes were finished, the learners themselves were the stars of the show, taking to the catwalk to show […]

Zany Zebra

Zany Zebra

The school has recently been taking part in Marwell Zoo’s Zany Zebras project, in which we have designed and painted our own Grevy’s Zebra. We thought about the countries where the Grevy’s Zebras live and used to live, taking our inspiration from the colours of the flags of Kenya, Somalia, Ethiopia and Eritrea. The zebra […]