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50th Anniversary Tree Planted

December 7th, 2018 Comments off

As part of the National Tree Week celebrations we have planted a Wild Cherry at the front of school. The tree was part of a bid from the tree council and we were fortunate to be able to find a rain free window in which to plant it. The students who have been instrumental in the work of the school around the environment, working with Andover Trees and as United Nations Plant for the Planet Ambassadors were the students who took responsibility for safely planting the tree. The students wanted to thank Wendy Davis from Andover Trees United who has supported the students with their plans and work throughout the last few years and continues to work with them weekly. Mr Badby, our site manager is also a crucial part of the work with the trees around the school site, and he was again on hand to help. The group plan to replace and replant up to 50 trees around the site before Christmas to develop our lovely school site further for everyone’s benefit.

Year 7 Rugby

December 5th, 2018 Comments off

The year 7 Rugby Team played their first warm up practice fixture against a strong side from Wyvern College Salisbury. Although they lost 20-5, the performance was excellent from all players. Player of the match goes to Alex Birmingham for his hard straight running.

Netball Updates

November 26th, 2018 Comments off

The Year 9 & 10 Netball teams have been busy the last couple of weeks, playing three games. Year 9 have been playing well with two victories; 19-7 against Test Valley and 12-6 against Rookwood and a close defeat losing 12-11 against John Hanson. In the match against Rookwood, the player of the match was awarded to Megan Richmond.

The Year 10 team have also been working hard on the court, winning against Test Valley 9-5, but being defeated 28-4 against John Hanson and 17-6 against Rookwood.

Year 9: Megan Richmond, Emily Phillips-Strudwick, Grace Davis, Brooke Wilding(c), Alannah Machin, Traci Henry, Maisie Tyzack, Izzy Taylor.

Year 10: Victoria Butler, Emily Cook, Leigh Stanbrook, Libby West (c), Ruby Pilfold, Donna Doig, Beth Matthews, Devon Brown.

Year 7 Girls Football – Match Report

November 22nd, 2018 Comments off

The year 7 girls football team played only their second full-sided match of the year, in terrible weather, against St Edmunds in Salisbury on Wednesday 21st November.

With boundless energy and enthusiasm, the girls worked hard and produced some excellent attacking opportunities. Daisy and captain, Jisa, created excellent spaces on the wings, attacking at speed when they received the ball. Annabelle was solid in defence, working with Carys, Lily and Evelyn to prevent scoring opportunities. Player of the match Libby changed from striker to goalkeeper in the second half, producing some fine saves. A final result of a 7-0 loss does not credit the hard work and positive attitude of the team.

Team: Libby, Jisa, Luana, Carys, Lily, Amelie, Ysobel, Evelyn, Olivia, Daisy, Annabelle.

KS4 Presentation Evening 2018

November 15th, 2018 Comments off

We said our final farewell to the Class of 2018 on the evening of Monday 12th November at the Annual Key Stage 4 Presentation Evening. Harrow Way welcomed back students to collect their exam certificates, as well as to celebrate successes by awarding individual subject awards and presentation of annual trophy awards.

Some of the highlight awards were:
Harrow Way Cup (Best All-rounder) – Oliver Smith
Anne King Shield (Highest Academic Achiever) – Christie Hatchett
The Alice Razza Award (For Courage and Determination) – Katie Jenkins

Pictures can be viewed here.
A programme of the evening can be viewed here.

Harrow Way Green Meets Stannah Grey

November 13th, 2018 Comments off

Celebrating its 151st year with the launch of the Joseph Stannah Foundation, Stannah hosted their own ‘Green meets Grey’ STEM day recently. With the aim of encouraging future STEM careers and an opportunity to put the arts and creativity back into design, the next generation of Harrow Way designer and engineers spent an exciting day with Stannah’s experienced and season professionals.

Year 10 students from Harrow Way and three other local secondary schools were all invited to an ‘Apprentice style’ day. Working in mixed teams, overseen by a Stannah employee and mentor, the brief was to design a stair lift for a person with a specific disability before presenting their ideas to a team of judges from Stannah. The prize to aim for was the possibility of work experience at Stannah for the winners and discussions about future STEM careers with current Stannah employees and their various roles within the company. Read more…

Andover 215 Project

November 9th, 2018 Comments off

Harrow Way Art Department have been busy over the last couple of weeks decorating wooden cut-outs of WW1 soldiers for the Andover 215 Project. The project is in remembrance of the 215 men from Andover who lost their lives in the First World War. The pieces will be displayed in Vigo Recreational Ground on Saturday 10th November between midday and 2.00pm. These figures will then be the centrepiece of an emotional art piece in the evening between 5pm and 7pm.

Nine of our ten soldiers were decorated by Year 7 students and one by Year 9 students. Year 7 & 8 students have been busy creating poppies during art lessons, which are on display in the English Block Foyer.

Other work has been on display at Winchester Cathedral and Andover Iron Museum. Images from all works can be viewed here.

Strong Victory for the U16 girls in the Football County Cup

November 9th, 2018 Comments off

Harrow Way 4, Romsey School 0

The Under 16’s girls had a comfortable win against Romsey School on Wednesday in the first round of the County Cup. Harrow Way had the majority of the possession and went into half time 1-0 up through a slick cross into the box by Sky slotted in by Katie.

The defence of Chloe, Amelia, Lucy and Tumi, along with mids Paris and Jasmine were solid, preventing any kind of attack from developing, leaving keeper Ruby with little to do. Three goals in the second half secured the well-deserved victory.

The first came via a corner. Amelia’s volley was saved by the keeper but came back out to Sky who struck it into the top right hand corner. To make it 3-0, Shannon scored from a wonderful strike from the top of the box. The final goal was a great team effort, finished by Anita from the 8 yards out.

Year 10 Work Experience – Parent Information

November 7th, 2018 Comments off

Harrow Way Community School, last night launched Year 10 Work Experience to a gathering of parents and students. During the event, Mr Peebles outlined a number of key aspects to Careers for Year 10 students, culminating in detailed information to ensure parents and students were confident in preparing for the week. Work Experience will run from Monday 8th July until Friday 12th July, for a period of 5 days. All documentation following the evening, including the presentation, is available on the Year 10 Parent Information Page here.