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Pastoral Care

We foster a nurturing, calm and gentle atmosphere within The Rowans marked by a mutual respect between adults and children. Children are guided to follow the School’s ‘Golden Rules’, which promote a positive approach to managing behaviour. Unkind actions or remarks and bullying of any kind are not tolerated. Teachers and Teaching Assistants spend much …

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Co-Education at The Rowans

At The Rowans, girls and boys learn together and learn from each other. We believe that the Pre-Prep years should be a time for children to explore, socialise and learn in a setting that offers security and challenge, and that these formative years should give the children the very best start for life-long learning and …

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The School Day

8.00am The school gates open each morning, when the children play with their friends and take part in morning activities outside 8.30am The children go to their classrooms 8.45am Registration 12.30pm Kindergarten morning sessions finish 3.15pm School finishes for Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 and Afternoon Kindergarten children 4.15pm Pick up for After School …

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House System

There are three Houses: Birch, Chestnut and Oak. All children are members of a House and they all take part in House events over the year, working together as a team across the year groups. Each House is led by two House Captains. These are children in Year Two who are elected by their peers …

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Positions of Responsibility

A key advantage of being in a Pre-Prep school is that children in Year Two have the opportunity to take on significant leadership positions. At The Rowans, children aspire to be role models to others in the School and look forward to the time when they can stand for election. These leadership roles develop their …

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At The Rowans School assemblies create, nurture and sustain a sense of community. We come together three times a week for Assembly in the main hall. On Mondays, the Year Two House Captains lead the Assembly, on Wednesdays the children learn more about the world around us through citizenship and PSHE themes and on Fridays …

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Homework is a wonderful opportunity in which to engage with your child’s learning at school. At The Rowans, homework is set to consolidate in-class learning, for example, when learning phonic patterns or practising handwriting, as well as to further learning and exploration in the home environment; this could include looking for habitats in your local …

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Preparing for your child’s future 7+

We are proud of our excellent track record of sending our children on to top schools in the country. Boys regularly transition to King’s College Junior School, Shrewsbury House School and St Paul’s Junior School among others. Our girls progress to Lady Eleanor Holles, Putney High School, Surbiton High School and Wimbledon High School. Families …

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Leavers’ Destinations

In the academic years 2013 – 2018 children have passed academic assessments into the following schools amongst others: King’s College Junior School Aldro City of London Freemen’s Claremont Fan Court Danes Hill Donhead Falcons School for Girls Feltonfleet Hampton Prep Holy Cross School Homefield Prep King’s House School Lady Eleanor Holles School Latymer Prep Milbourne …

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The Role of Parents

We recognise the important role that parents and carers play in their child’s development and we work in partnership to ensure that your child’s school life is happy and that they thrive academically. Curriculum evenings, parents’ evenings and drop-in sessions are held throughout the academic year to ensure that parents/carers are kept up-to-date and involved …

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Term Dates

Term Dates for 2018-2019 Term Dates for 2019-2020

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School Uniform

Our uniform provider is Alleycatz. Please visit their website to see full details of, or purchase, our uniform:

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Children bring their own packed lunches and snacks to school each day and we promote a healthy eating approach for all children. This enables parents to provide food that they know their child will enjoy and to have control of the special dietary requirements of pupils from religious groups and different cultures, vegetarians and vegans and …

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Our School Council votes on the charities that it would like the School to support each year. We also support national events such as the Macmillan Coffee Morning, Walk to School, Jeans for Genes Day, Red Nose Day and Children in Need. The children suggest and organise many fundraising events themselves and The Friends of …