Easter Bonnets and Egg Hunt

There was a fabulous buzz of excitement at The Rowans this morning as the children arrived, donning their Easter Bonnets, ready for a final morning of festivities with their classmates and teachers. The highlight of the morning was the whole school taking part in the Easter Egg hunt, kindly organised by The Friends of The …

The Mayor of Merton visits The Rowans

On Monday we were proud to welcome The Mayor of Merton on her first visit to The Rowans School. She presented us a certificate to acknowledge our staff’s committed  dedication and professionalism during the Covid-19 pandemic. School Council were proud to introduce themselves, as they received this award on their teachers’ behalf.

Reception 100th Day

This week brought special  celebrations for Reception as they reached their 100th day of school. A momentous  occasion that they have been counting up to since day one in September, even during Distance Learning! They enjoyed a special party to mark the event, which some were heard to say was ‘the best day of their …

Arts Week

The children have enjoyed a fun and enriching week of lessons centered around Gratitude and Arts around the world. We value these creative aspects of our curriculum greatly and have enjoyed seeing how the children have expressed themselves and revealed new talents through these activities.

Return to School

On Monday 8th March, we were delighted to reopen our doors for all The Rowans children to return to school. Children and staff all had big smiles on their faces as they arrived at the school gate. There was much excitement as the children were able to see their friends again and they were soon …

World Book Day

World Book Day always brings much delight for the children as they dress up and see their friends’ costumes.

Bake Off

School Council are so pleased with the involvement in the Bake Off to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital. We have seen some spectacular baking photos.

Fabulous Friday!

Fabulous Friday on 29th January provided an afternoon of fun and some very creative approaches to the alphabet scavenger hunt. The aim was to vary the routine and have a break from screens and undertake an activity which did not involve much input from adults.

Inside Out Day

In assembly this week, we introduced Children’s Mental Health week which is a national event taking place from Monday to encourage everyone to open conversations with each other, to express our feelings in an appropriate way and to recognise how we and people around us are feeling inside. On Wednesday the children took part in ‘Inside …

The Rowans School Welcomes Critical Worker Children

The Rowans School opened for children in Kindergarten, children of critical workers and distance learning this week. It has been wonderful to welcome the children to the Spring Term and see how engaged they are with their learning.