This week assemblies were run by tutor teams.
The Year 7 assembly linked to the RRS right of the week:
Article 19: Governments must do all they can to ensure that children are protected from all forms of violence, abuse, neglect, and mistreatment by their parents or anyone else who looks after them.
The tutor 7EM made a video looking at the Myths of Harrow Way. Read more…
Year 11 Geography students enjoyed a day at the beach last week – completing their GCSE controlled assessment data collection at Lulworth Cove. Students firstly visited Durdle Door, to study the magnificent arch formation. They then walked along a part of the South West Coastal Path (recently awarded the award for the most beautiful walk in the UK) to Lulworth Cove.
In West Lulworth Village pupils investigated the environmental impacts of tourism – mapping the land use, asking other visitors and tourists a questionnaire and visiting the Heritage Centre to collect secondary data. Pupils behaved exemplary on both days and we are very proud that they have collected some excellent data for their controlled assessment.
This week assemblies were led by some our Year 10 Unicef peer educators. They introduced and recapped on what we are doing as a Rights Respecting School and what projects have taken place at our partner school in Ghana, Fayef International School. Some plans have already been put in place for this year, including Christmas shoeboxes to help families in Ghana and work with year 7 and 8 students on internet safety.
There presentation can be viewed here.
Here is the first edition of The Andover Edge which celebrates the exceptional teaching experienced every day at Primary, Secondary and College level here in Andover.
This week assembly theme was ‘Year Ethos and Anti Bullying’.
Year 7 students were told to speak out about bullying if it was happening to them or witness to it. The assembly was supported by these two videos:
For the Birds
Be the Hero
This week year 8 had the Calshot residential trip offered to them. The Year 8 Year Leader also talked about the need for the whole year to work together in order to stamp out bullying and the fact that everyone has a role to play. Read more…
Welcome back – New Beginnings
In this weeks assembly I discussed the values we want all our students to develop and impeccable behaviour at HWCS
The assembly slides can be viewed here.
We have very high expectations of our students and a belief that every student is capable of meeting them. The rules are only there because we need them to help us make sure learning can happen in the best possible conditions. Everyone has to follow the rules so that the systems work and everyone benefits.
The Behaviour for Learning system is one that has been tried and tested in numerous schools. It is based on the principle that, once students know the rules and the consequences, they can make the right choices for themselves and for others. When children thrive at school and at home, it is usually because the boundaries are very clear and there are clear consequences if they stray beyond them. Clear boundaries and discipline are completely compatible with a caring and happy atmosphere. Read more…
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.