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The theatre festival in the Rosey gardens from 6 to 10 June was both a triumph and a novelty. For what was effectively the first time, a marquee was put up between the Carnal Hall and the tree-lined avenue where roséens and the general public were able...

As part of the Caritas programme which supports mountain farmers, five pupils recently spent time helping a local Vaudois farmer.  They carried 160 posts for perimeter fencing and then set up a 300-metre enclosure to protect cattle. Quite apart from the satisfaction that comes from providing...

The Juniors recently celebrated Oceans Week with activities that included: designing Water Robots that clean up waterways and reduce plastic pollution, a Maths Water investigation at the swimming pool, a beach clean up at Rolle Plage and our Oceans Charity Juice bar. During the week we raised awareness...

The girls’ football team, trained by Mr Hauw, is still in its infancy and could hardly expect to mount the podium in the recent ADISR  competition.  But there’s no doubt about their commitment, and the girls showed great team spirit and lots of positive energy. In their...

Paris 13 - 14 May 2017 An amazing atmosphere, the world’s best players, and lots of goals. The World Championship is a dream for hockey fans!  Le Rosey’s sports department organized a special weekend trip to Paris to see four hockey matches: Norway vs. Finland, Slovenia vs....

The Journée Sportive (which many call “Ascension day”) is one of Roseans’ favourite traditions.  For 24 hours, the student committee takes control of the campus and sets up dozens of sport games, ranging from a traditional tug of war to football on a soapy surface...

I joined the swim team at the beginning of the year  after winning the Junior gala. I was inspired by my two older brothers who have been swimming champions at the school for over four years. In the third term, we organised a team for the ADISR competition and...

The mid-May “Special Week” gives Rosey students a new academic lease of life halfway through the long third term. For a week, traditional subject-based teaching makes way for a series of projects, expeditions and inter-disciplinary activities. Two examples: - Class 3 focused on the creation of a...

113 class 1, 2 and 3 pupils sat the written part of their DELF examinations at Le Rosey in May.  The DELF (Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française) is an internationally accepted French Education Ministry qualification.  The oral exams took place on May 17th and the results will be...

Given how rarely the Swiss Ambassador to China, Jean-Jacques de Dardel, is in the Vaud Canton, we were delighted and honoured that he agreed to spend a few hours with us last Tuesday. In the course of his lecture, China: A Giant Reborn – Apprehensions...