Loading images...

logos-may2017 CAS Computing Lead School Ofsted Good March 2017 SGQM Centre of Excellence Specialist Math and Computing School UNICEF RRSA Level 2 Award Artsmark Award Gold Healthy School Award

Latest News

Community Courses – New Brochure September 2018

June 18th, 2018 Comments off

Com-Ed-logoHarrow Way Community School has a range of community courses available for adults. To see the new brochure with courses starting in September 2018 click here.

Harrow Way Netballers Watch the Pros

June 18th, 2018 Comments off

Harrow Way netball players took a trip to Bath to watch Superleague Netball on Friday 15th June. They watched Team Bath play against Wasps. Wasps were victorious winning 58 – 40 and guaranteed a place in the Superleague Semi-finals.

Students got the chance to see some high class netball play and meet top players including several who recently played in the Commonwealth Games for England, Nat Haythornthwaite from Wasps brought her Commonwealth Gold medal to the match, especially for Harrow Way students to see. Students got the chance to talk to, get autographs and pictures with other England players including: Eboni Beckford-Chambers, Kadeen Corbin and Jade Clarke, who is England highest capped player.

H-Factor 2018

June 12th, 2018 Comments off

This years house singing competition was as busy as ever with 13 acts taking part to win the H-Factor title of 2018 and points for their house. This year saw a new prize awarded for the ‘Audience Vote’, an awarded which is decided by the audience in a live vote.

Congratulations to the winners:
Audience Vote: Elliott Valance (Buzzard house)
Judges Runner Up: Eray Tozer (Hawk house)
Judges Overall Winner: Lani Clayton (Buzzard house)

House Points awarded (including participation):
Buzzards – 210
Hawks – 120
Kestrels – 40

Peter Symonds Open Evening

June 12th, 2018 Comments off

Peter Symonds College are holding Open Evenings for 2019 entry on Wednesday 11th & Thursday 12th July 2018, 6.00pm – 9.00pm.
Attend their Open Evening to find out more about life at Peter Symonds College. This is a great
opportunity to take a look around their facilities, meet staff and current students, and discover more about the courses and activities available. Further Open Evenings will take place on 17th and 18th October 2018. For more information including travel, please see their leaflet here.

Harrow Way Students put Local MP Kit Malthouse Under the Spotlight

June 11th, 2018 Comments off

Harrow Way students put North West Hampshire’s MP Kit Malthouse through his paces when he visited the school recently. The Andover based Conservative politician met students who grilled him on his work in Westminster and the role he plays closer to home in his local constituency.

Commenting on his trip to the school he said: “I was grateful that even at the height of exam season the wonderful students of Harrow Way School managed to carve out some time to show me around on my recent visit. The ‘Beast from the East’ put paid to my last scheduled visit and in the intervening months the students had got themselves ready to put me through my paces with some excellent questions as always. They were intrigued about my work in Parliament during these fast-moving times and keen to hear about my role in the Department for Work and Pensions. Many thanks to Mr Serridge for inviting me along and good luck to all the students with their forthcoming exam results”. Read more…

Latest Cricket Results – June 2018

June 8th, 2018 Comments off

6th June
Harrow Way travelled to Costello hoping to start the cricket season with a win. With our strongest year groups together and our first eleven-a-side match in a few years the Harrow Way under 15’s elected to bat first.

Our opening pairing of Josh Banks-Williams and Neo Black looking to stand strong for the opening overs, sadly Black was dismissed early and then Banks-Williams fell cheaply afterward attempting to make up for time. Captain Joel Hesslegrave and James Potter steadied the ship with Hesslegrave retiring on 30 runs and Potter remarkably putting on an individual total of twelve before a surprising dismissal. Brief cameos from Macca Crook and Will McDermott added to the scoring and Harrow Way set a total of 98 for the home side to chase. Read more…

Winning Week in Rounders

June 8th, 2018 Comments off

The Year 10 team played two games this week and very victorious in both. On Tuesday the girls beat Rookwood in a closely fought game, 12 1/2 rounders to 11. Batter of the game went to India Jones, Fielder of the game was bowler Grace Farrelly.

On Wednesday they played Winton, winning 25 1/2 rounders to 13 1/2. Players of the match were Amelia Kalwajtys and India Jones.

The Year 7’s beat The Clere with a score of 13 1/2 rounders to 6 1/2. Batter of the match was Faith Holman, Fielder of the match, Kiera Inman.

Year 7 – Kiera Inman, Faith Homan, Immie Wilson, Maddie Parkes, Georgia Dickenson, Poppy Bond, Kiah Leigh Hutchinson, Emily Phillips Strudwick, Losana Masirewa, Magan Richmond.
Year 10 – Grace Farrelly, Amelia Kalwajtys, Amber Cherrington, Joanne Mathew, Lucy Ladd, India Jones, Izzy White, Shannon Durrans, Izzy Kirby.

Year 7 Student receives Attitude for Gratitude Award

June 5th, 2018 Comments off

Year 7 student Megan was presented an Attitude for Gratitude Award on Monday 4th June by the Leader of Test Valley Borough Council, Phil North, on behalf of local Anti-Litter campaigner Manuela.

The award, only the 13th presented in 8 years, was presented to Megan after her great enthusiasm, drive and positive attitude during a recent litter pick which took place at Charlton Lakes with fellow Year 7 students.

Hampshire Cultural Trust – Free Half Term Activities

May 24th, 2018 Comments off

This half term the Hampshire Cultural Trust (HCT) have lots of fun things going on all across Hampshire, for all ages and many of which are free. As well as the ruins, gardens and museum to explore at Basing House, we have archaeological dig pits sessions at Basing House plus the refurbished Bursledon Windmill is now open with creative activities and trails and a summer strawberry fête.

There are loads of events going on in the arts centres and museums too. As well as bookable workshops, most venues have free children’s make-and-takes and quizzes during the half term break which you don’t have to book, just drop in. Please see attached leaflet for details.