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  • School Photographs

    Published 03/05/24

    On Wednesday the 15th of May, we will be having our school photo day. This is a wonderful opportunity to capture the memories of this year.

    The photo session will be supported by Braiswick Photographic Company. Each student will have their individual pictures taken. Students are encouraged to wear their full school uniform on the day.

    We understand that not everyone may feel comfortable being photographed. If your child wishes to opt out of having their picture taken, please let us know in advance. We respect the preferences of all our students and families.

    Should you have any questions or require further information, please don't hesitate to contact us. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated in making our photo day a great success.

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  • #WakeUpWednesday

    Published 17/04/24

    What Parents & Educators Need to Know about Energy Drinks

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  • Sweet Success: Battersea benefits from T1 cake sale!

    Published 05/02/24

    On Friday 2nd February, pupils in T1 demonstrated their love for our furry friends and whipped up a storm for a scrumptious cake sale in aid of Battersea Dogs Home. From classic cupcakes to gooey brownies, the sweet delights attracted customers from our school community, showing   compassion for dogs who were being looked after at Battersea.

    Pupils worked together in a mature and industrious manner to plan and run the sale to a very high standard. In fact, it would not be an exaggeration to suggest that some even have a future in trading - market trading!


    The table and backdrop looked very professional, and all pupils had a role to ensure everything went smoothly. The response from the school community was overwhelming. Pupils and teachers alike supported the sale, eager to contribute to this worthy cause.

    T1 showed they can work in a team, handle a public facing role, deal with money and work out how to make a healthy profit. These are transferable skills, and undoubtedly desired in the workplace.

    The hard work and dedication paid off, as the cake sale raised an impressive £102 for Battersea Dogs Home. This fantastic achievement is a testament to the children's compassion, and it will undoubtedly make a real difference in the lives of the dogs.

    The event instilled valuable life lessons, learning about the importance of teamwork, responsibility, and giving back to the community. They also experienced the joy of using their talents to make a positive impact on the world around them.

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  • Skills 360

    Published 29/01/24

    Rowhill School will be taking part in the Skills 360 event, please see the agenda below.


    Event : Rowhill School, Longfield, Dartford

    9.20am         Businesses Arrive (set up, refreshments and networking)

    9.45am         Students Arrive
    10.00am       Welcome and introduction to event

               Host school - Head Teacher/Careers Leader Welcome

               Guest Speaker – EA or Visiting Business or EC              

    10.10am         Interviews – first round  (6 min per interview/ 5 interviews)        

    10.40am         BREAK – 10 minutes

    10.50am         Interviews – second round (6 min per interview/ 5 interviews)

    11.20am         BREAK – 10 minutes

    11.30pm         Interviews – third round (6 min per interview/ 5 interviews) 

    12.00pm         Thank you & close by Hosts

    12.05pm         Lunch & Networking

    12.30pm      End

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  • The Big Ambition - Have your say!

    Published 11/01/24

    The Big Ambition - Have your say!

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  • Online safety

    Published 15/11/23

    Please see link for parents information to support your knowledge and practice with regards to keeping your child safe on line.  

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  • Parents evening

    Published 31/10/23

    Rowhill School parents evening will take place on the 21st Nov between 15:30 - 17:30. More information will be sent out soon.

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  • SEND Survey

    Published 17/10/23

    I know that like me parents of SEND children are feeling surveyed out at this time!!! Not a week goes by without a survey or consultation request arriving in my inbox. Please do not swipe this into junk!!

    Here is why! - We need you!

    We are in the process of reviewing the therapy provision of Physiotherapy Therapy, Speech and Language Therapy and Occupational Therapy, here in Kent and Medway. To do this we want to hear from as many parents as possible about your experiences, be they good or bad. We need to know what is working and what is not to make the changes that will improve the experience of families so that we can commission services that work for you.

    I know that children often have therapy at school which is not always close to home and one child’s experience can be different to another’s. This is because there are different providers working across the county. We need families’ experiences to create an accurate picture of the situation across the whole of Kent and Medway. I can only collect this information with your help.

    We have tried to keep the survey as short as possible so it can be completed as quickly, please if you manage to get five minutes, (I know how hard that can be!), fill it in and pass it on through your parent networks.

    There will be more opportunities to contribute to this review as it progresses. If you would like to be involved or would like feedback on the review’s findings, please include your contact details when completing the survey.

    Thank you for your time.

    Alice Unsworth

    Lived Experience Practitioner Kent County Council”


    Link to survey;

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