Congratulations to Ella McMullan for full attendance for seven years whilst a pupil at Rosetta Primary. Well done, Ella, we are very proud of you.
Following the Minister’s announcement today (Friday 31 December) due to high levels of COVID-19, school will re-open on Wednesday 6th January for children who are in Nursery, P7, children who are vulnerable, or children whose parents are designated key workers. All other children will be provided with remote learning via Seesaw or Google Classroom
Have you seen the new virtual tour of school? Click on the link https://youtu.be/lUBxR573Pac
There is more information about how to apply in the Admissions section on the Home Page. Any questions - email the Principal - firstname.lastname@example.org
What a busy term! We are all looking forward to watching our Christmas Celebrations tomorrow in school, and at home with our families! The link is available through class Seesaw / Google Classroom.
Return to school
It is great to have all the children back at school. Please remember ' Hands, face, space' for parents and children at drop off and collection times.
Everyone is getting used to the new routines - please click here to get more information.
You may find this book helpful to share with your child about returning to school. Click to read 'Kelly goes back to school.'
Holiday list 2020/21 - click here. Please note there is 1 additional day to be taken.
Families First Awards
Rosetta Primary School was a finalist in the Families First Awards. (January 2021) These comments are just a flavour of what parents said...
My daughter has been attending Open Nights at post primary schools and she said, 'None of these schools feel quite like home... not the way Rosetta feels like home.' That, for me, sums up Rosetta. If you're there... you're home...and you belong.
'This school is amazing. The teachers are all very understanding and approachable for parents and pupils.
This school caters for the child, not the other way around. It's a great school where the teachers go the extra mile.
We have so appreciated the friendly, welcoming and diverse community of Rosetta Primary School. The staff are approachable, hardworking and really want the best for the children. Thank you!
We love Rosetta because it has the feel of a country school in the city. Class sizes are perfect and all abilities are given every chance to pursue their strengths. Our kids have been nurtured but also allowed to express their own views and ideas.
A strong ethos in nurturing and developing children. A lovely school.
As a black minority family here in Northern Ireland, Rosetta Primary School has been so welcoming to my family. We feel very much included as part of the diverse school community and school life.
I believe Rosetta has a very warm welcome to all different kinds of people. they are very accepting of different religions and cultures and aren't afraid to try new things. All staff are very friendly and understanding too.
Rosetta Primary is like part of our extended family. The staff care so much about the wellbeing of our girls and are always available to help out no matter what the issue or need.
My son is in P7 and he has loved every minute of his time here. He has always been supported and encouraged to do his best during his time here. He has felt safe and able to go to any teacher with any problems he has encountered and has been supported in every way possible. I highly recommend Rosetta to all my friends.
Rosetta provides more than a learning environment for children, it's like a village school in the city. It's caring and welcomes diversity in all its forms. Teachers recognise that children benefit from opportunities to take responsibility and want the chance to shine. Children are encouraged to meet their potential and to show kindness, and that their views matter.
Choir at Christmas
Well done to the Junior and Senior Choirs who performed some Christmas carols and festive songs in the Mount Oriel Day Centre this week. Many thanks to Mrs. A. Moore, her team at the day centre and her daughter Kimberley from P3/4 H, for organising such a special event within our local community. The children sang beautifully and had so much fun!
Rosetta is now a accredited Forest School! Congratulations to Miss Heron who successfully completed her qualification.
Snigdha and Prakruti shared how they celebrated Diwali at our Culture Assembly. They told us about the delicious food they ate and did a special Diwali dance for us.
Primary 6 Delamont Trip 2019
Primary 6 visited Delamont Country Park for a 2-night residential trip. We had a fantastic time throughout and shared some very special adventures together. We were able to take part in archery, canoeing, rock climbing, a nightline walk and an incredible adventure walk in Tollymore Forest Park. A massive thank you to Mrs Johnston for organising the trip and all the members of staff for supervising the trip! Well done to all the children who took part and made the trip a great success!
Macmillan Tea Party
We had lots of fun at our tea party and made £470 for Macmillan.
P5 - P7 Rugby Players Make Television Appearance
The Rugby World Cup began on Friday 20th September in Japan. The Rosetta rugby players in P5-P7 wished the Ireland rugby team good luck on BBC Newsround. They make an appearance around 40 seconds into the video on the link below.
Well done to those players that took part and good luck to the Ireland team for the rest of the World Cup from Rosetta Primary School!
We enjoyed Welcome Night on Thursday 26th September , when families who joined school in September, and P7 buddies enjoyed colouring activities, pizza and a very wet treasure hunt!
Treasure Hunt Winners - Maya and her buddy, Ellen.