I am a teacher at Roselands, where I teach in Parrots Class in Year One. I have worked at Roselands for 27 years, in a variety of different roles. I enjoy teaching children different subjects in a variety of ways, to help them achieve their full potential.
I have 2 children who are at Secondary School and Sixth Form College. When I’m not at school, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, reading, walking the family dog, listening to music and playing the piano.
My name is Andrew Olsen and I am a class teacher in Year 1 for Parrots Class. I joined the Roselands team in September 2016 for my first year of teaching having completed my P.G.C.E (merit) at Sussex University in May 2016. I have been working towards a career in teaching for three years now and I am hugely proud to be starting my teaching career with the Roselands and Stafford Federation. I have always had a passion for learning and teaching and believe that all children have the right to a well-rounded education. I trained originally as an actor and always strive to bring this creativity and fun into my classroom. I have a fantastic team to work with here at Roselands and I feel honoured to work with them.
In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, reading, playing guitar, cycling and attending the theatre.
I can be found teaching in Penguins class in year one. This is my seventh year teaching at Roselands Infant School in various year groups. I enjoy teaching the children new skills and inspiring them to use and explore their imaginations. I love singing and dancing so I do enjoy organising a nativity play or show! Outside of school, I love cooking, yoga and rock climbing. You might see me next year attempting a team challenge called ‘Tough Mudder’ with my gym buddies!
I am in my third year of teaching at Roselands and I feel incredibly lucky to be working in EYFS. I have always wanted to work in an infant school as I enjoy creating fun learning opportunities and promoting a love of learning in young children.
In my spare time, I enjoy reading and playing the piano. I also enjoy attending church and spending time with my family.
I am really enjoying being the teacher of Sealions Class.
I am a Year two class teacher and the Maths coordinator at Roselands. I joined the Roselands team in 2015. Prior to that at I was at my previous school for nine years, working in years one, two, three and six.
My introduction and involvement in education, like so many mums began when I helped as a parent volunteer in my son’s class. I enjoyed it so much that when the opportunity arose I became a classroom assistant, for twelve years. Then when my son moved to senior school I made the decision to further my own education and take a degree in Primary Education Studies. I had always aspired to being a teacher and it is a decision I have never regretted.
I feel honoured to work in the rich and caring learning environment that Roselands provides for the children in its care. It is also wonderful to work with such an inspiring and supportive team of colleagues who have a shared passion for learning.
In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, reading, swimming and going to the theatre.
I am the Assistant Headteacher for Key Stage at Roselands Infants and I have been attached to the schools in our federation for many years. I worked at Stafford Junior School for 9 years and have experience in leading year groups 3-6. I was very pleased to join the Roselands team in September 2016 and use my experience of leading and teaching in Year 3 to bring high expectations, ensure consistency and a smooth transition into Stafford Junior School. I am very excited to have the opportunity to work as Assistant Headteacher and make federations links even tighter.
In my spare time, I spend time with my family, friends and my gorgeous cat Pickles. I also enjoy singing, playing piano and I try to find opportunities to follow my interest in photography.
This is my seventh year teaching at Roselands school. I have always worked in early years and after having two children decided to train to become a teacher. I am passionate about early years and the importance of children learning through play. I have been the EYFS Leader for 4 years and enjoy leading a team who all share the same vision.
My name is Rosanne Forward and I started working at this school many years ago as a student. I love this school and have always been incredibly proud to say that I work at ‘Roselands’. I have two girls and we like to have lots of fun singing and dancing around the house. I help run a drama theatre group for adults and children. I love going on holidays especially to hot countries.
My name is Sarah Fowle and I am the Leader of Learning at Roselands Infant School. I have been a teacher since 1986 having taught in London as a class teacher, inclusion manager, deputy head and Acting Head teacher. After leaving London I travelled around the USA for 6 months seeing many amazing sights. On returning I moved to Hove and I joined the staff at Roselands Infant School in November 2015. Being at Roselands is a delight for as well as having an amazing supportive staff the children are full of enthusiasm and motivated to learn.
I am the Head of School at Roselands and I am proud to be a part of the Roselands and Stafford Federation. I joined the Roselands team in September 2013 having been a class teacher, team leader, Infant leader and Inclusion manager at my previous school for 18 years. I have always aspired to work in an infant school as I have the opportunity to give young children the firm foundations on which to build a passion for learning and skills for life. I feel lucky to have such an amazing team of staff to help me achieve this.
In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, reading, skiing and running. I ran the London Marathon in 2017 for Macmillan Cancer Support and I am currently training for some 10km races for Cancer Research. I hope to run London again in 2020 and the Beachy Head Marathon in October 2020.