Welcome to Rosscarrock School

Welcome to Rosscarrock School where learning is our central purpose.

Rosscarrock School was built in 1961 and currently has 15 classrooms.  We are a growing inner city school with over 60 students. We have a diverse community of learners.

  • English Grade 1 to Grade 6

Rosscarrock School Mission 

“Rosscarrock School provides a quality learning environment and experiences for all children.” 

School Mottos 

Rosscarrock Cares 

Be The Best You Can Be

About Our School Name

A pioneer Calgarian, William John Tregillus, established his homestead in 1902 on the outskirts of Calgary. He named his brick mansion Rosscarrock, after his beloved homeland in England. He was a flour miller by profession and on his land raised dairy cattle and Hackney horses.The brick mansion is gone, but the community and the school carry on the name.

Unique Features 

  • “Rosscarrock Cares” is the overall theme of our school; students and staff participate in a variety of cross curricular projects showing how we care about each other and our community
  • Rosscarrock School welcomes new Canadians: We have close to 30 different home languages spoken and diverse cultural representation in our community
  • Dedicated and active School Council
  • Parent volunteers are encouraged in class and throughout the school
  • Breakfast Program runs daily: Provided by Fuel for Schools
  • Big Brothers and Sisters: In-school mentoring programs

We support student learning through:

  • Robust early learning programs
  • School wide focus on language learning
  • Literacy, Math and Music Specialists
  • Small student teacher ratios; flexible instructional groups based on learning needs
  • Mobile technology in the hands of students; Laptop Carts for division I and II
  • Support staff and school assistants
  • Multi-grade literacy groups every month
  • Guest educators, such as Scientists in Classrooms, Hip Hop dance residency, Artists in Residence 

Our School

Welcome to Rosscarrock School

Welcome to Rosscarrock School where learning is our central purpose.

Rosscarrock School was built in 1961 and currently has 15 classrooms.  We are a growing inner city school with over 60 students. We have a diverse community of learners.

  • English Grade 1 to Grade 6

Rosscarrock School Mission 

“Rosscarrock School provides a quality learning environment and experiences for all children.” 

School Mottos 

Rosscarrock Cares 

Be The Best You Can Be

About Our School Name

A pioneer Calgarian, William John Tregillus, established his homestead in 1902 on the outskirts of Calgary. He named his brick mansion Rosscarrock, after his beloved homeland in England. He was a flour miller by profession and on his land raised dairy cattle and Hackney horses.The brick mansion is gone, but the community and the school carry on the name.

Unique Features 

  • “Rosscarrock Cares” is the overall theme of our school; students and staff participate in a variety of cross curricular projects showing how we care about each other and our community
  • Rosscarrock School welcomes new Canadians: We have close to 30 different home languages spoken and diverse cultural representation in our community
  • Dedicated and active School Council
  • Parent volunteers are encouraged in class and throughout the school
  • Breakfast Program runs daily: Provided by Fuel for Schools
  • Big Brothers and Sisters: In-school mentoring programs

We support student learning through:

  • Robust early learning programs
  • School wide focus on language learning
  • Literacy, Math and Music Specialists
  • Small student teacher ratios; flexible instructional groups based on learning needs
  • Mobile technology in the hands of students; Laptop Carts for division I and II
  • Support staff and school assistants
  • Multi-grade literacy groups every month
  • Guest educators, such as Scientists in Classrooms, Hip Hop dance residency, Artists in Residence 
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School Development Plan

​Each year, our school prepares a development plan with input from teachers, school staff, students and parents. We review many sources of data, including report cards, provincial achievement test results and school surveys. Based on this information, we create our plan identifying targeted areas for growth. Our school development plan is not meant to represent all of the work that takes place in our school, but rather it focuses on specific areas for improvement.​​​

School Results Report

Our school also prepares a results plan, which looks at our previous school year. It shows our students’ achievement and progress in meeting the goals and outcomes as set out by the CBE and Alberta Education, outlines some of the highlights of our school development plan and gives an overview of our school. You can look on the CBE website for system-wide results​.
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