The Great British Bark Off

School Council were proud to lead the Great British Bark Off after several weeks of careful planning. In Year 2 the children have been learning a ‘plan, do, review’ approach to taking ownership of activities and that is exactly what School Council did for this week. First they had several meetings to ‘plan’ the event …

Year 2 Outing to Bushcraft

Year 2 have enjoyed a wonderful day at Bushcraft undertaking survival games, building a fire and cooking their own lunch. It is safe to say that a happy and memorable day has been had by all.

Green Day

Today has been our annual Green Day, which this year took on the theme ‘Restore our Earth’. Kindergarten and Reception enjoyed having our school site to themselves this morning for their activities. Kindergarten were kept busy caring for their visiting caterpillars while the Reception children were visited by a Beekeeper. Year 1 enjoyed a beautiful …

Junior Travel Ambassadors

Many of you will have spotted our Junior Travel Ambassadors working hard this week as they conducted a survey of how many children have been cycling and scooting to school each day. As we look forward and hope for more predictable weather in June, the JTA encourage as many of you as possible to walk, scoot or …

Puppet Show for Year One

Year One enjoyed a shadow puppet show this week on their topic of The Great Fire of London, before they learnt how to make puppets of their own. From the squeals of delight that could be heard coming from the hall during the show, it is safe to say that the children had plenty of …

Similarities and Differences

In Wednesday’s assembly, Miss McGrath led the children in a wonderful discussion about similarities and differences ahead of World Cultural Diversity Day today. She presented the children with a selection of eggs in a variety of shapes, sizes and colours. They reflected on how, just like those eggs, we all look different on the outside and that we …

Ten Little Chicks

On Monday ten eggs arrived at The Rowans and by Thursday afternoon we have ten little chicks! The children and staff have been delighted to see them hatch and grow. Reception have been hosting them in their classrooms and have kept a diary of their development through the week.

Muddy Stilettos Review

We were delighted to welcome Amber Evans from Muddy Stilettos to The Rowans. Please click here to read her review: https://surrey.muddystilettos.co.uk/kids/school-reviews/the-rowans-school-wimbledon/

International Week – Earthsong Workshop

On our final day of International Week each class enjoyed a fun and lively workshop lead by Earthsong, where they were able to listen to and try out a wide range of new and exciting instruments from all over the world. 

International Week

Today we rounded off the week in a sea of colour as the children wore the colours of their country’s flag and arrived ready for a day of creative  learning.