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Winter Music Concert

December 8th, 2017 Comments off

This year’s Christmas celebrations got to a start with the Music department’s Winter Concert. Over 100 students took part this year, performing in the school choir, guitar club, School of Rock band and soloists.

The Audience were welcomed to the school auditorium with a hot chocolate and gingerbread man. We also were delighted to be joined by some students from our feeder Primary Schools who sang beautifully with our choir. Images can be viewed here.

Andover District Girls Football

November 30th, 2017 Comments off

Great win for the Year 7 and 8 girls football team at the Andover District 5-a-side tournament tonight.

They beat John Hanson B 2-0 and Testbourne A 1-0 in the group stages. All goals were scored by Sky Hull. Some fantastic goalkeeping in those games by Faith Holman and Morgan Durrans.

The girls played John Hanson A in the final. Despite missing an early penalty, Sky scored a great shot on goal. This was followed up with a second, a deflected shot in by Faith. Maddie Taylor played well in goal, preventing any clear chances for the opposition.

Team: Charli Travell, Lauren Grace, Julia Wojcik, Maddie Taylor, Faith Holman, Morgan Durrans, Sky Hull.

Harrow Way Footballers Bring Home Some Spanish Footballing Magic

November 15th, 2017 Comments off

Barcelona, home to one of the world’s greatest football clubs provided the perfect backdrop for Harrow Way’s recent football tour. Two team of 28 players travelled to the exciting cosmopolitan city for the school’s annual Barcelona Football Tour to experience a new footballing culture, play against teams where the technical ability and style is very different and to visit a beautiful seaside city, famous for its architecture and culture.

Lawrie Carter, Year 8 Leader and teacher in charge of the trip said: “This was an invaluable experience for all the boys involved who have demonstrated a real commitment to school football. Just being in Barcelona is exciting in itself but as keen footballers, there can be no better city for a tour! Competing against teams who play with a very different style was challenging for the boys but as demonstrated week in and out on the pitches back at home, the boys dug deep and won two of their games and drew the other two. We were very proud of their effort and sportsmanship.” Read more…

Marking 50th Anniversary with Sir Harold Hillier Gardens Inspired Sculpture

November 15th, 2017 Comments off

The world famous Sir Harold Hillier Gardens has provided the beautiful backdrop for a Harrow Way 50th anniversary art project. Complementing the annual Art in the Garden Year exhibition the Year 8 students created 50 plaster cast butterflies which now form part of the largest sculpture exhibit in the country.

Taking inspiration from both the gardens and the school’s 50th anniversary, Year 10 Art students also visited the gardens to research ideas for a sculptural piece. The students will be creating designs for the artwork to be displayed in Harrow Way’s grounds as part of the year-long 50th celebrations. Read more…

KS4 Leavers Presentation Evening 2017

November 14th, 2017 Comments off

On Monday 13th November we welcomed back our outgoing Year 11 students at their KS4 Presentation Evening. Students from the class of 2017 returned to collect their GCSE certificates and find out who’s won this years subject awards and presented the annual trophies. Images of the evening can be viewed here.

This year we were delighted to welcome back ex-Harrow Way student Shonagh Manson to present our Year 11 students with their GCSE Certificates. Shonagh Manson is an Assistant Director at Culture and Creative Industries for the Mayor of London.

Some of the star winners were: Noah Lynam, won the Anne King Shield for the highest academic achiever; Tia Fisher, won The Will Dyke Cup for exceptional contribution to school life and Grace Witcher won the Harrow Way Shield for outstanding personal achievement.

A full list award winners can be viewed here:
Evening Programme
Trophy and Cup Winners

KS3 Badminton

November 13th, 2017 Comments off

The KS3 team played in the District Badminton Competition and placed a very creditable second overall.

The standard was extremely high with all out pupils playing very well. Jacob Simmons was player of the match, winning all his singles games. Well done to everyone who competed so well.

Interested in Teaching?

November 2nd, 2017 Comments off

Harrow Way are hosting a SCITT Taster Day on Thursday 16th November 2017, for those thinking about joining the teaching profession. This is a chance to tour our school, view teachers in lessons and ask any questions you may have.

For more information see this flyer. Harrow Way is part of the Hampshire LEARN SCITT Partnership.

Free Community Sport

October 20th, 2017 Comments off

Free sport sessions, from 2–4pm taking place every Tuesday in the school holidays at Pilgrims Way Open Space, co-ordinated by Test Valley Community Leisure.

Details are available here.

Year 10 Football Round Up

October 18th, 2017 Comments off

The last fortnight has seen a busy run of fixtures for the year 10’s. With three matches in two weeks there has been little time to recover and less time to train.

Coming off the back of a win last time out versus Winton, Harrow Way beat Test Valley on the 10th October. With a comfortable first half performance placing them two up at the break, Harrow Way dropped off in the second half and Valley came back strongly, possessing much of the ball in the Harrow Way defensive area. Keeper Jed Trengove put in a great performance behind the new defensive partnership of Alex Enright and Bailey Baulf who played very well. Valley got one goal back but Man of the Match Elliot Smith’s two first half goals were enough to see Harrow Way over the line. Read more…

Harrow Way Students – English Tumbling Champions

October 18th, 2017 Comments off

Congratulations to Year 8 student Lucy Sullivan and Libby West, Year 9, who competed in the English Tumbling Championships in Sheffield at the weekend, 14th – 15th October 2017.

After qualifying for the final both girls performed excellent runs resulting in Lucy coming joint first winning the gold; with Libby winning bronze only 0.05 behind. See our twitter feed for a video of their runs.