Welcome to Roseburn Primary School
Welcome to the Roseburn Primary School Website. We hope that you will enjoy looking round our website to learn more about our school. If you have any suggestions then please use the enquiry page to send us your ideas.
Our website aims to provide you with a glimpse of what our school is all about and we hope you find it useful.
At Roseburn Primary we believe that children thrive in an environment in which they are happy, challenged and secure. Our aspirations for our children are summed up in our school motto, “Dream, Believe, Achieve”. We provide a safe, nurturing and caring environment in which we aim for all pupils to achieve their full potential and to have the confidence and skills to meet the challenges of the future.
The key Roseburn values of respect, responsibility, kindness, ambition and perseverance are recognised and promoted by all members of the school community.
I am proud of the work which we do here to develop all our children and feel privileged to be the head teacher at such a welcoming, community and child-centred school.
We very much look forward to welcoming you and your child to Roseburn. If you have any questions or queries, please do not hesitate to contact the administrator in the school office.
Picture Japan - Art Competition Success!
Congratulations to Jessie from p5 whose artwork has been awarded 3rd prize in the Japanese Consulate's 'Picture Japan' art competition!
Jessie has been invited to a prizegiving ceremony on Saturday May 7th which forms part of Japan Children's Day. This will take place in St. Mary's Cathedral in Palmerston Place. For more information about this free family event click here.
Well done to all of the pupils in p5 who have been learning about Japan this term. The results letter stated, " Thank you to all of the Primary 5 Pupils who submitted entries to the Picture Japan painting competition. What a fantastically talented and artistic class! " Further examples of their work can viewed under 'Art' in the classes section of our website.
World Book Day
What a fabulous time we all had celebrating World Book Day! It was wonderful to see such a range of creative costumes from both the pupils and staff! Well done everyone!
Some of our p3 and P4 pupils were selected to attend a tennis event at Craigmount High School. Not only did they get the opportunity to be coached by Judy Murray, they were also joined by a surprise visitor, Kate Middleton the Duchess of Cambridge!
Katie, Rosanna and Hazel are pictured playing warm-up games with her!