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Year 7 and 8 Girls Football Tournament

February 16th, 2017 Comments off

The Year 7 and 8 girls took part in a Football tournament held at John Hanson School on Wednesday 15th February. There was an A and a B team and both teams played exceptionally well together. Three schools took part; John Hanson, Test Valley and Harrow Way and each team played five 10 minute games.

The A team played very skilfully and their passing was accurate and consistent. The A team won four out of their five games and only conceded one goal in the 1-1 draw against John Hanson A team. They were vocal on the pitch and very supportive of each other. Throughout the matches, goals came from Sky Hull, Katie Rackley, Paris McDermott and Darby Stuart. The B team also worked very well together and their efforts were commendable. They worked for each other and again were very supportive of each other on the pitch. The big match was Harrow Way A vs Harrow Way B and although Harrow Way A won, both teams were in good spirits and off the pitch all mixed together which was brilliant to see!! Read more…

Harrow Way students Dress Up For Digits

February 14th, 2017 Comments off

Students and teachers at Harrow Way Community School celebrated the NSPCC’s Number Day, a nationwide maths fundraising event, recently raising over £700 for the charity. ‘Dress up for Digits’ was a special non-uniform day with students and teachers making a donation to wear an item of clothing with a number on it.

The numbers theme didn’t end there. Throughout the day all lessons were inspired by maths with teachers taking every opportunity to discuss and demonstrate how maths can be applied in all subjects. Whether in English, French or Spanish numbers were the language of the day. Read more…

Harrow Way students give their Vision for Andover

February 8th, 2017 Comments off

As the next generation growing up in Andover, the views of 13 and 14 year olds are particularly valuable for the Andover Vision project who recently led a workshop with Harrow Way Year 8 students to capture their thoughts on the future needs of the town.

Councillor Phil North, who has been coordinating the project, said: ““Andover Vision is about establishing our residents’ hopes and aspirations for the town and consulting young people about their views is a vital part of ensuring we achieve this goal. Harrow Way’s students had some very good and well thought out ideas about what they like, what they are not so keen on and what they would like to see happen in Andover in the future.” Read more…

Harrow Way Geography whizzes excel at Hampshire Competition

February 8th, 2017 Comments off

Harrow Way Year 10 students have pitted their geographical wits against schools across the county in the annual Hampshire Worldwise Geography Quiz. Hosted by Toynbee School in Eastleigh, the team of three Geography students came a very close second in a field of 11 regional schools.

Kelly Campbell, Curriculum Leader for Geography explains the value to the students of entering the competition: “Many of the questions, skills and knowledge were tailored towards the new Geography GCSE curriculum and exam so the competition was a useful opportunity for our students to put their geographical talents to the test. They did really well – we were all delighted with their performance and the end result and will be applying for the national round later in the year”. Read more…