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The third edition of the Youth Olympic Games takes place this year on Swiss soil with Lausanne as the hosting city and surrounding ski resorts housing the ski and snowboard events. Now in Gstaad, Le Rosey is based only a short journey away from some...

Rosey begins its winter term, as is tradition, in the beautiful alpine ski resort of Gstaad. Students and staff are already enjoying their new, or for many, familiar surroundings as we prepare for an exciting term celebrating winter sport and the snowy season. With the...

Our annual Fête de Noël took place at the end of term this year and provided an appropriate close to a term full of academic and extracurricular achievement at Le Rosey. After the day’s parent-teacher meetings, festivities commenced in Rosey Concert Hall, starting with a...

A huge thank you to all who joined us for this year's Juniors' Fête de Noël, which was once again a tremendous success and a delight for students, teachers and parents involved. Starting with the parent-teacher meetings and then followed by an inviting Marché de...

In preparation for Le Rosey’s campus move up to Gstaad for the winter term, we are delighted to share that the alpine village has been voted “The Best Ski Resort in Europe” in Conde Nast Traveller’s 2019 Readers’ Choice Awards. Students and staff are looking...

It is always an exciting time when the first snow starts to fall in Switzerland; ski material is unearthed and minds drift to thoughts of a delightful winter spent in Gstaad for the second term. But for those who can’t wait until then, our annual...

This year saw the 10th edition of Le Rosey’s annual Cross du château, a school-wide event where Roséens run the perimeter of the school (2.3km) as fast as possible. This year was no exception to the sporting strengths of Le Rosey, with impressive times achieved...

Opera buffs are a quarrelsome bunch, capable of arguing for hours over who was the finest tenor, bass, or soprano. They have even been known to argue about Maria Callas, hailed by many as La Divina. How can we ever know just how good she...

Class 4 head across the channel and back in time over a weekend for a cross-curricular Theatre and History trip in London. Visits included a guided tour on the Elizabethan galleon, the Golden Hinde, Shakespeare’s Globe complete with theatre combat workshop, a production of The...

This term, the Paul & Henri Carnal Hall has seen the installation of The Wood Wide Web, an exhibition centred around the communication between trees and produced by a Rosey Science teacher and exhibition commissioner, Mme Durlot. The Wood Wide Web features five principal areas...