OPEN DAYS & NEWS - ROSEMEAD PREPARATORY SCHOOL

Rosemead Prep continue their sporting dominance

The delightful thing about Rosemead Prep School is that we can compete successfully at a range of different sports, with regional and national representation a feature of the pupils’ experience. Over the past year we have had swimmers represent the school at the ISA National Gala, giving them the opportunity to swim at the Olympic Pool. Our U11 boys’ football team has tasted consistent success locally before qualifying for the ISA National tournament in Leicester. And our cross country teams continue to dominate, winning both the South London Schools and Dulwich Hamlet meetings with more outstanding individual and team performances. Just a flavour of what is on offer!

Open Days

Open Days

Thursday 7th November, 9.30am-11.00am

Thursday 25th January, 9.30am-11.00am

 

 

 

SOME OF OUR SCHOOLS REQUIRE YOU TO BOOK A PLACE AT AN OPEN DAY. PLEASE CHECK SCHOOL WEBSITES FOR DETAILS.

Rosemead Preparatory appoints new Head

In its 80 year history in Dulwich, Philip Soutar will be the sixth Head at Rosemead Preparatory this September. He is currently the Head at St Wystan’s in Derbyshire.

When Mr. Soutar joins he will have already spent a year transitioning and getting to know the school and the school getting to know him.

What can parents first expect? Mr. Soutar said ‘I am very much a people person so they will see an awful lot of me. I am also looking forward to overseeing the ongoing physical improvements of the school and contributing to the growth of drama and music’.

Rosemead’s ethos is very important to the school, Mr Soutar noted ‘I see the ethos of the school continuing on, that is the heart and soul of the school.  Rosemead’s wonderful ethos of ‘Inspiring Brilliant Futures’, is very similar to my current school and to my own values’.

Mr. Soutar is looking forward to his new role in the school and said ‘It is an exciting challenge and together with the staff and parents of the school, I look forward to continuing building upon the great foundations laid by Arthur Bray (current Head) and his predecessors’.

 

 

 

Rosemead Prep continue their sporting dominance

The delightful thing about Rosemead Prep School is that we can compete successfully at a range of different sports, with regional and national representation a feature of the pupils’ experience. Over the past year we have had swimmers represent the school at the ISA National Gala, giving them the opportunity to swim at the Olympic Pool. Our U11 boys’ football team has tasted consistent success locally before qualifying for the ISA National tournament in Leicester. And our cross country teams continue to dominate, winning both the South London Schools and Dulwich Hamlet meetings with more outstanding individual and team performances. Just a flavour of what is on offer!

Rosemead Preparatory appoints new Head

In its 80 year history in Dulwich, Philip Soutar will be the sixth Head at Rosemead Preparatory this September. He is currently the Head at St Wystan’s in Derbyshire.

When Mr. Soutar joins he will have already spent a year transitioning and getting to know the school and the school getting to know him.

What can parents first expect? Mr. Soutar said ‘I am very much a people person so they will see an awful lot of me. I am also looking forward to overseeing the ongoing physical improvements of the school and contributing to the growth of drama and music’.

Rosemead’s ethos is very important to the school, Mr Soutar noted ‘I see the ethos of the school continuing on, that is the heart and soul of the school.  Rosemead’s wonderful ethos of ‘Inspiring Brilliant Futures’, is very similar to my current school and to my own values’.

Mr. Soutar is looking forward to his new role in the school and said ‘It is an exciting challenge and together with the staff and parents of the school, I look forward to continuing building upon the great foundations laid by Arthur Bray (current Head) and his predecessors’.

 

 

 

Open Days

Open Days

Thursday 7th November, 9.30am-11.00am

Thursday 25th January, 9.30am-11.00am

 

 

 

SOME OF OUR SCHOOLS REQUIRE YOU TO BOOK A PLACE AT AN OPEN DAY. PLEASE CHECK SCHOOL WEBSITES FOR DETAILS.

Rosemead Prep continue their sporting dominance

The delightful thing about Rosemead Prep School is that we can compete successfully at a range of different sports, with regional and national representation a feature of the pupils’ experience. Over the past year we have had swimmers represent the school at the ISA National Gala, giving them the opportunity to swim at the Olympic Pool. Our U11 boys’ football team has tasted consistent success locally before qualifying for the ISA National tournament in Leicester. And our cross country teams continue to dominate, winning both the South London Schools and Dulwich Hamlet meetings with more outstanding individual and team performances. Just a flavour of what is on offer!

Open Days

Open Days

Thursday 7th November, 9.30am-11.00am

Thursday 25th January, 9.30am-11.00am

 

 

 

SOME OF OUR SCHOOLS REQUIRE YOU TO BOOK A PLACE AT AN OPEN DAY. PLEASE CHECK SCHOOL WEBSITES FOR DETAILS.

Rosemead Preparatory appoints new Head

In its 80 year history in Dulwich, Philip Soutar will be the sixth Head at Rosemead Preparatory this September. He is currently the Head at St Wystan’s in Derbyshire.

When Mr. Soutar joins he will have already spent a year transitioning and getting to know the school and the school getting to know him.

What can parents first expect? Mr. Soutar said ‘I am very much a people person so they will see an awful lot of me. I am also looking forward to overseeing the ongoing physical improvements of the school and contributing to the growth of drama and music’.

Rosemead’s ethos is very important to the school, Mr Soutar noted ‘I see the ethos of the school continuing on, that is the heart and soul of the school.  Rosemead’s wonderful ethos of ‘Inspiring Brilliant Futures’, is very similar to my current school and to my own values’.

Mr. Soutar is looking forward to his new role in the school and said ‘It is an exciting challenge and together with the staff and parents of the school, I look forward to continuing building upon the great foundations laid by Arthur Bray (current Head) and his predecessors’.