Donations & Fundraising
At Rosehill School we pride ourselves in raising money to support charities that help the local community. Please see below the charities we support.
The opportunity to contribute to the continued growth and success of Rosehill School is available to all those with the vision and generosity to recognise the value of this investment. For further information regarding donations, please contact the school on 0115 9155815 or visit the school in person to meet with the Admin Team or Senior Leadership Team. Thank you
For further information and photographs of the donations we have receievd and the fundraising events we have completed, please click on the green links below.
Rosehill School Fundraising / Donations
Charity or Organisation
Ukraine Fund Raising
During our ‘Day for Ukraine’ pupils dressed in blue and yellow and also created artwork that is now displayed in our outdoor learning space.
Red Nose Day
|This year we once again continued our dedication to the fantastic Comic Relief cause by holding our own Red Nose Day celebrations. The day involved a fancy dress and crazy hair day!||£53.60|
During February one of our young men in Upper School made the incredible choice to walk up 100 flights of stairs to raise money for Young Minds; a charity that supports the mental health and well-being of children and teenagers.
Hope Foundation - Fundraising for Rosehill School
|We would like to say a massive thank you to the ladies and gentlemen from the Hope Foundation who have raised £750 for Rosehill, through hosting coffee mornings throughout the year.||£750|
Christmas Calendar Sales December 2021
|Upper School pupils took photographs from around school and had them made into a calendar which we then sold to raise money.||£30|
Santa Fun Run December 2021
|Children and staff ran around the quad dressed in Christmas clothing to raise money||£277.93|
Children in Need 2021
|We raised money for Children in Need and also did some Children in need activities in class||£201.11|
Trussel Trust, November 2021
Harvest Festival - Pupils and staff donated food to the Trussel Trust food bank to help stop hunger in the UK
Young Minds, Mental Health Day, November 2021
Staff and pupils dressed in yellow to raise money for Young Minds a group that supports mental health in children and young people
Macmillian Coffee Morning, September 2021
Staff bought or baked lots of amazing cakes and treats for the staff and pupils to purchase to raise money for Macmillian
|National Citizen Service, July 2021||James Steele, along with others in his class have been raising money for the school as part of the National Citizen Service, they had a tombola and various other activities. National Citizen Service (wearencs.com)||£969.54|
NSPCC, July 2021
|Pupils and staff enjoyed raising awareness and money for NSPCC by taking part in Childhood Day. The pupils took part in a range of fun activities including waterplay, face painting and outdoor learning. NSPCC | The UK children's charity | NSPCC||£45.30|
Nando's Ices - donated ice creams, July 2021
|Thank you to Nando's Ices for their kind donation during our Picnic Week!||£10|
|Crisis||Class 12 PSHE Project||£53|
Red Nose Day, March 2021
|Red Nose Day Fundraising - Staff and pupils wore red or had a funky hair style to raise money for Red Nose Day, we also sold cakes and biscuits. Red Nose Day | Comic Relief||£149.93|
Water Aid, Spring 2021
|Rosehill participated in a project called ‘Move a mile a day’ to raise funds for WaterAid. The challenge was for every pupil, staff and family to walk, run, scoot or cycle a mile a day for 28 days from 22nd Feb-22nd March. The total number of miles to be covered is 5,688.8 miles (the distance from Rosehill to Ethiopia). www.wateraid.org/uk/||The School raised over £300 for WaterAid through this project!|
Sewa Day Charity - Donated Easter Eggs to the school, April 2021
|We are very grateful to have received a donation of Easter Eggs and Easter crafting kits to the school, these will be very popular with the children! sewa day||Easter Eggs and Easter craft donated to the school|
Save the Children, December 2020
Xmas Jumper Day - Staff and pupils wore Christmas jumpers to raise money for Save the Children.
Christmas Raffle, December 2020
|Christmas Raffle - Rosehill held a Christmas raffle to raise funds for the school.||£51.50|
Salvation Army - Toys & Gifts donated to the school, December 2020
We would like to say a BIG thank you to The Salvation Army, who have donated toys and gifts to the school as part of their Toy Appeal. These will be sent out to some families within the school who need a little extra help at this time of year.
|Toys and gifts donated to the school for families at Christmas time|
St Ann's Ward Councillors - Donated advent calendars to the school, December 2020
We would like to say a big thank you to the St Ann’s Ward Councillors who kindly donated advent calendars for each child to begin opening on December 1st.
|Advent Calendars donated to school|
The Goodall Foundation - Money donated to Rosehill, November 2020
|We would like to say thank you to ‘The Goodall Foundation, for their generous donation of £5,000 toward our Outdoor Learning project. This donation has gone towards the purchase of an Outdoor Learning Classroom, which supports our pupils in a range of experiences, learning and development of their curiosity and problem-solving skills. For more information about The Goodall Foundation, please follow this link: https://www.goodall-foundation.org.uk/||£5000 donated to Rosehill School|
Children in Need - Money raised by Rosehill, November 2020
Children and staff dressed in yellow, wore Pudsey Bear clothing and also took part in some fun challenges to raise money for Children in Need.
|£298.25 raised by the school for Child in Need|
Morrisons - Fruit donation to school, October 2020
Morrison's are kindly making regular fruit donations to the school- thank you to Emma for arranging this!
|Fruit donated to the school|
St Ann's Foodbank, October 2020
Staff and families were extremely generous during our harvest festival collection of food and essential items this year.
Pupils worked hard organising and packing items before delivering to the charity, where staff were pleased to see them and grateful for their contribution.
Thank you to all who supported this great event.
|Food and essential items donated to the foodbank|
Premier Fencing and Paving - Volunteering at Rosehill, October 2020
We would like to say a huge thank you to Premier Fencing for their generous donation of equipment, resources and volunteering to improve our Woodland Walk. Because of your help, we are now able to use this space safely and the students can once again enjoy outdoor learning. Thank you so much for volunteering, we couldn’t have done it without you!
|Resources to rebuild walkways and develop our Woodland Walk area|
Nottingham City Council & Castle True - Donated an oak tree to Rosehill School, March 2020
As part of the celebration of the redevelopments of Nottingham Castle, Nottingham City Council and The Castle Trust are giving every primary school in Nottingham city the chance to plant a Quercus Robus (Sherwood) oak tree.
Rosehill school are the first school to receive an oak tree!
|1 Oak Tree Donated|
Hope Foundation - Fundraising for Rosehill School, March 2020
|We would like to say a massive thank you to the ladies and gentlemen from the Hope Foundation who have raised £500 for Rosehill, through hosting coffee mornings throughout the year. The HOPE Foundation regularly raise money for Rosehill, as always it is much appreciated and we have now purchased new art resources.||£500|
Tracey's Kitchen - Food donation for the Homeless, December 2019
|Staff and parents donated items and money to help the charity 'Tracey's Kitchen' to support the homeless.||£196|
Save the Children, December 2019
Staff and pupils at Rosehill wore Christmas jumpers to raise money for Save the Children.
Blue Diamond Garden Centre - Donated a Christmas Tree, December 2019
|The Blue Diamond Garden centre generously donated a real Christmas Tree to the school||1 Christmas Tree|
Friends of Rosehill, November 2019
|A member of the local community generously donated to the school||£250|
Tracey's Street Kitchen, November 2019
|Rosehill did some fundraising for Tracey's Street Kitchen to provide for the homeless||£190.39|
|Christmas Concert Fundraising, November 2019|
Fundraising during our Christmas Concert.
|Rosehill pupils and staff fundraised for Children in Need, they dressed up as as Pudsey, or wore spots, had a cake sale and a bring and buy sale||£216.22|
|Young Minds 2019,||Rosehill pupils and staff fundraised for Young Minds through dressing in Yellow||£92.17|
|Macmillan Coffee Morning 2019||Rosehill's whole school community fundraised for Macmillan by baking cakes for a cake sale||£246.92|
|Donated to the school for our new Running T-Shirts||£1022.30|
|Pupils from our Post-16 choir supported a fundraising event for Rosehill||£800|
|Hope Foundation, March 2019||Ladies and gentlemen from the Hope Foundation raised money for Rosehill's playground project||£500|
|Transition Fayre, February 2019||Donations were made to the school during a Transition Fayre - aimed at preparing young people for adulthood||£25.92|
|Christmas Concert, December 2018||Donations were made to the school for the Student Council's playground project||£395.72|
|Christmas Jumper Day, December 2018||Everyone came to school in a Christmas jumper, and donated spare change to Save the Children||£33|
|Children in Need, November 2018||Children dressed up in costumes and played games, raising money for Children in Need||£148.13|
|Macmillan Coffee Morning, June 2018||Rosehill's whole school community fundraised for Macmillan by baking cakes for a cake sale||£248.76|
|Celebration Assembly, July 2018||Donations were made to the school for the Student Council's playground project||£336.83|
|Stonebridge City Farm, 2018||Class 7 raised money for our local farm by baking cakes and making goods to sell||£145.89|
|Rotary Club, 2017||Our local rotary club donated to Rosehill for our Student Council playground project||£183|
|NSPCC Jumper Day, 2017||Everyone came to school in a fun jumper, and donated spare change to Save the Children||£19.60|
|Red Nose Day, 2017||The school held games and events to raise money for Red Nose Day||£149|
Our Student Council have recently set up a fund raising intuitive to develop our outdoor learning facilities and playground areas for further information about how you can get involved please follow this link - Student Council