Author: Le Rosey

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...

Now in its 5th year, Le Rosey’s unique Parkour défi sees students learn the basic techniques of Parkour, both indoor and outdoor, from Swiss specialists in the discipline. Activities include landing jumps from varying heights, climbing poles, swinging on rings and ropes, balancing, jumping over...

At the start of November, seven of Rosey’s keen singers and actors joined about 33 students from other local schools at Ecolint for an ISTA (International Schools Theatre Association) Festival focused on musicals. Over an intense period of 11 hours, the students collaborated with each...

Said Skeleton is a band made up of four exceptional young musicians who have all recently graduated from the Royal Academy of Music or the Guildhall School of Music. Their leader, Alexander Bone, is a previous winner of the prestigious BBC Young Jazz Musician of...

The Model United Nations is a simulation of the United Nations where students discuss real-life situations on international issues in a diplomatic manner. At Rosey, 120 delegates from eight Swiss-international schools displayed exemplary poise, elocution and dedication that came close to rivalling any real-life UN...

One of the advantages of a school built on the site of a century-old chateau is to have in its grounds equally old chestnut trees, classified as regional heritage. These trees not only serve as the majestic entrance to Le Rosey, but also guard treasures...