Harrow Way 12, Winton 11
Team: Victoria Butler, Martha Cooper, Nancy Hurt, Rowan Battey, Alicia Lund, Emily Cook, Libby West, Tyrah Baah, Ellie Linham, Leila Burns
Coach’s player of the match: Emily Cook for scoring two rounders
Player’s player of the match: Rowan Battey – played excellently at 2nd base, preventing half rounders
Harrow Way 16 1/2, Winton 10 1/2
Team: India-Mae Jones, Grace Farelly, Rose Daly, Natalie Wyrwa, Lucy Ladd, Abi Clark, Amber Cherrington, Lauren Clark, Amelia Kalwajtys, Amber Fox, Izzy Kirby
Coach’s player of the match: Abi Clark for her consistent and secure fielding
Player’s player of the match: Amelia Kalwajtys
In support of The Big Draw initiative on 18th April, this year Mrs Gibbs from the Art Department held the first stage of this year’s Big Draw event. Students from Years 7, 8 and 9 took part in the initial stage of The Big Draw by decorating a bird using their hand prints as a painting tool. The event was well supported by students and staff and Mrs Gibbs is now surrounded by red, yellow and blue birds of prey, however, the fun is not over yet. A big thank you goes to our art technician Mrs Henderson and the Year 8 & 10 art students for their help in running the event.
The yellow, red and blue birds are now cut out and ready to take part in the next exciting stage, which will come shortly after the Year 11 examinations have finished. The rumours about what is to come are already spreading about but more details will follow closer to the time.
After a demanding application process, forming of a portfolio of achievement, a letter of application and an interview panel, we are please to announce our new Student Leadership Team of 2016/2017. The Year 10 students will be taking over from the outgoing Year 11 students from next week.
Congratulations to our successful candidates:
Deputy Head Girl – Tayla Dawe
Deputy Head Boy – Ethan Hawes
Head Girl – Tia Fisher
Head Boy – Matthew Cooper
Pictured are the outgoing and incoming Student Leadership Team. More pictures here.
Click the image to see the extensive range of sporting clubs and activities on offer to students.
For more information on any of the clubs, speak to Mr Haysom or a member of PE Staff.
At Harrow Way, we take political literacy very seriously. On Wednesday 22nd June, we will hold our own Harrow Way EU referendum – so we’ll be giving the pollsters a head start, with at least one set of results ahead of the big day.
Read more in an article written by Assistant Headteacher, Caroline Lowing, for Teachwire.net here.
The theme of this week’s assemblies was Reflections on Spring and Fresh Starts. We then explored random acts of kindness and looking at what a difference these can make. Assembly Presentation
In Year 11 assembly we looked at how little time they now have and thinking carefully about revision and preparation in the lead up to exams. We used examples of Leicester City on how they have achieved their success and Mo Farah. Year 11 students were also handed their Revision Programme and Exam schedule.
Back before Easter, on the 17th March, the Year 10 boys football team became champions of the Winchester and Andover District Cup, beating Mountbatten school in the Final. The final took place at University of Southampton playing fields.
Team: Jack Ardron, Tyler Barrow, Ross Belbin, Sam Clash, Matthew Cooper, Conor Cousins, Caleb Swatton, Nathan Hartfield, Rhys Jones, Owen Mussell, Rhys Sullivan, Callum Walmsley, Tommy Willard