Rosedale Primary offers a range of enrichment programs that include an annual Christmas Concert which is the highlight at the end of each school year and features a whole school musical production.
Visual Arts at Rosedale Primary School is a dynamic program providing children with both wonderful creative skills and the appreciation of art work of all kinds.
Classroom themes are integrated into art planning, deepening the understanding and passion for the subject whilst providing the children with an opportunity for hands on fun. A variety of different technologies are regularly used in the art room also.
Children from Rosedale Primary School are regular contributors to and prize winners in local interschool art competitions and proudly share their work with the community when possible.
Students' hand made books created in in the Visual Arts Program.
Teachers are trained as Science Specialists after being successfully involved for two years in the Primary Science Specialist Department of Education and Training initiative.
See the Growing For Life page for details of this program.
The following opportunities for students to participate in Sport & Physical Education are provided:
The Outdoor Education Plan includes special activities arranged for:
Bicycle Education training is offered each year and a team competes in a local competition.
A Literacy Intervention teacher support students who are reading and writing below year level expectation individually or in small group intervention classes.
Children are encouraged to borrow books from the Library. The school library is open most lunch times from 1.10 – 1.45pm, and each grade has in addition a set time for borrowing and returning books. Junior School students are required to have a library bag to be brought from home.
Bug Blitz at years 3 and 4 to educate students on biodiversity and involving field trips to local resources such as the Sale Common State Game Refuge and Heyfield Wetlands.
Perceptual Motor Program for our Prep, Grade 1 and Grade 2 children that engages them in a variety of physical activities and exercises aimed at improving perception and fine and gross motor skills.
Rosedale Primary School its recognised for its commitment to the Program for Students with Disabilities (PSD). We provide extra support for students with disabilities and additional learning needs. Individual programs with goals and targets are developed that cater for these students and their diverse needs and different learning styles.
Meals on Wheels community involvement for grades 5 and 6 students.
We operate a Breakfast Club from 8.30am each Wednesday and Thursday morning. This is provided by a local volunteer.
Our Chaplain works as an integral part of our Wellbeing Team. Together they offer individual support, they plan and implement wellbeing programs across the curriculum and they participate in a broad range of school coordinated activities. Student engagement in this program is of a voluntary nature.
Vacation and Before and After School Care is provided daily by Sherpa Kids Gippsland. Please contact Kerry from Sherpa Kids on 0438 366 929 or email@example.com. For further information see the Sherpa Kids Handbook.