We are a very sporty school. We do lots of practise during our PE lessons, at lunchtimes and at our after school clubs. We then put our skills into action by taking part in festivals and competitions with other schools.
We were very proud to achieve the School Games Mark which recognises the sport and games that takes place in school.
Mr Brown leads sport at Rosedale and teaches PE in each year group.
Rugby Day May 2021
Ahead of the Rugby League World Cup being hosted in Doncaster we welcomed Papua New Guinea international and Doncaster Rugby League player Watson Boas into school to deliver tag rugby workshops for our KS2 children.
Girls Football Match - May 2019
he Rosedale girls football team played Sunnyfields Primary in a lovely relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere in the beautiful sunshine. It was a wonderful occasion for the girls to play football with plenty of supportive parents from both schools watching on.
Most of the girls who represented the school today were playing in their first ever football match and they quickly built up their confidence and understanding of the game during the afternoon.
All the girls played really well and represented the school perfectly with their positive attitude and behaviour. It was a pleasure to take them. The girls played two 30 minute matches, with Rosedale winning both games 3-0 and 4-1 and so we continue our sporting success into the summer term.
Next week a team of children will be representing the school in a cross country running festival and just after half term two Y4 tennis teams will be playing in the Y4 Mini Red Doncaster Tennis Finals.
A big thank you to all the parents who came to watch and offer their support to the children. It was fantastic to see so many of you come and watch the girls play.
Doncaster Tag Rugby Champions - April 2019
Following from last week's bronze medals at the county finals for gymnastics in Sheffield and winning the Y4 county finals for football earlier this year our talented pupils went on to win the Doncaster Schools tag rugby final today at the Keepmoat Stadium.
Our super talented children were very well behaved and displayed incredible technique and athleticism throughout the tournament winning every single match on the way to the final against a record number of schools in a tag rugby competition for this age group.
The final was a very competitive encounter against a very talented, strong running Adwick Park Primary School. Both schools were evenly matched throughout the match and we knew one try was going to be difference between the two teams. The game went into sudden death and with some nail biting moments for both schools; a superb winning try came from Rosedale Primary which brought home another sporting title to our school. Our pupils and parents celebrated in style!
This was another proud sporting moment for our school and a big thank you to all our parents who attended the event today and Mr Bennett for giving up his afternoon to help Mr Brown take the team. Without the support from both staff and parents this wouldn’t be possible.
The player of the tournament was very difficult to select due to how well all the pupils played but I would like to give a special mention to Charlie B for his passion, desire and bravery. I am sure Charlie will have a bright future playing the sport for many years to come.
Every Wednesday we welcome Mick from Scotty's Heroes into school. Mick hosts a VIP lunch for children that have won awards in Achievement Assembly the previous week. In an afternoon he runs some intervention groups in KS1 with a focus on leadership skills and being active, and after school he runs a KS2 after school club.
The photos below show some playground activities that Scotty's Heroes led one visit.
We offer a lot of extra-curricular sports clubs which change each half term so that the children are able to access a range of sports over the year. The document below shows what we have on offer.
PE Parent Leaflet
The leaflet below will provide you with more information about the teaching of PE at Rosedale.
Change for Life
Click below to visit the Change for Life website with lots of information about keeping healthy.