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Le Rosey's Cultural Trips are designed to offer students experiences they would not normally have, and the trip to Oman is particularly true of this.  The accompanying teachers’ report gives some sense of this and why this is a trip to remember:   “As last year, the...

An October“cultural trip” designed to provide students with experiences they would not normally have was to Japan. This was an intense week where as well as visiting Tokyo and (courtesy of a bullet train) the cultural centre of Kyoto with its palaces and temples students,...

On 5 November, Le Rosey's "journée de la Francophonie" - a day dedicated to French language and culture - finished as it should with a play by Molière. The Théâtre du Petit Monde, an excellent Parisian company, performed Le Malade Imaginaire, recounting the confusions and conflicts of...

As part of Le Rosey's weekend Expedition Programme, Class 3 were taken into the Swiss Jura at the weekend where they had hike to their camp 15 Km away near the Lac de Joux. They learnt how to navigate and how to look after themselves...

On Friday, October 2nd nine Swiss schools came together for the first ever Le Rosey MUN conference. The conference was entitled “Who Owns the Arctic?” and dealt with three specific issues: the control of the northwest passage; the legality of drilling in the Arctic; and...

Make a date! TEDxInstitutLeRosey on Saturday 14 November this year will be a special event. The theme is Next? The line-up of speakers is exceptional, and to make it particularly exciting four other schools are collaborating with us. Aiglon, Beau Soleil, Brillantmont and Collège du Léman are all involved...

“Is the USA increasingly irrelevant?” was the deliberately provocative subtitle to Nicholas Dungan’s talk in a recent well-attended and entertaining Wednesday lecture in the Speakers’ Program. His argument? Not that America has lost its power but that its role as a moral and political leader is in decline...

Nowhere does Switzerland have a more crucial diplomatic presence than in Tehran, where the Swiss Embassy looks after US interests and is the nexus of contact between the two estranged countries. And where better than Le Rosey, the Shah's alma mater, to speak about recent...

Perhaps the mention of the Rosey rugby team in J K Rowling’s 2014 novel The Silkworm has inspired the school XV to new heights. Last year, the Rosey team capped a memorable season with an exciting and successful UK mini-tour. Despite the change in personnel, this year’s...

The weekend expedition programme is now well under way and Class 4 students enjoyed a marvellous weekend in Champery with perfect weather and an excellent team spirit. Camping, BBQ’ing Orienteering, Rock climbing and Via Ferrata were the activities on offer. All the students participated with...