Rose Hill School have been out spreading some Christmas cheer this week singing carols at Chamberlain Court Care Home, the Royal Victoria Shopping Centre and the Royal Tunbridge Wells Hospital.
The pupils have been raising money for the school’s chosen charity Hospice in the Weald and managed to raise an impressive £1,200 including donations from parents at the Rose Hill School Carol Service held at St John’s Church last week.
Emma Neville, Head, said “there is something so wonderful about hearing children singing Christmas carols. I hope that we were able to share a little Christmas joy especially when visiting the hospital. Thank you to everyone who so generously contributed”.
Rose Hill School is one of the oldest prep schools in the country and has an enviable reputation. Set in over 13 acres of beautiful grounds on the edge of Tunbridge Wells, it has excellent facilities, including an all-weather astro-turf, theatre and state of the art technology, music and art departments.
The school is an independent co-ed prep school with pupils aged 3-13.
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