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Are you Interested in Becoming a School Governor?

2024-05-21T13:19:01+01:00May 21st, 2024|

Harrow Way Community School currently have a vacancy for a Governor from the local community. This is an exciting opportunity to make a real contribution to our very successful and rapidly growing school community. We are looking for someone with the commitment to improving education for all students and to the school's vision and [...]

GCSE and other qualification results – Thursday 25th August

2022-08-23T12:19:11+01:00August 23rd, 2022|

On Thursday 25th August 2022 the school auditorium will be open between 10.00am and midday for Year 11 students to collect their exam results in person. Key members of staff will be on hand to support and answer any questions that may arise on the day.  Any uncollected results envelopes will be posted first class to [...]

Year 11 GCSE exam & other results – 22nd August 2019

2019-08-22T11:48:48+01:00August 20th, 2019|

All Year  11 students are invited to the school between 10am and midday to collect their exam results. The envelopes will be distributed from the auditorium where members of staff will be available to support you. If you are unable to attend and have not requested that your results are emailed to you by Mrs [...]

A walk in the park … and very pretty it was too!

2015-10-14T14:44:15+01:00October 13th, 2015|

On Friday 2nd October, Mrs Gibbs from the Art Department took Year 10 Art students to visit the Sir Harold Hillier Gardens at Ampfield near Romsey, where they viewed the “Art in the Garden 2015” exhibition including exhibits from Harrow Way students, collected visual information for their Natural World Form project, photographed and drew natural forms from [...]

Final Ski Blog

2015-03-19T11:36:49+00:00February 10th, 2015|

Thursday was a testing day for the students as the cloud crept up the valley and shrouded our resort in thick fog. However, after catching the ski lift up the mountain, the fog was replaced by clear skies and the wonderful feeling and views of skiing above the clouds. Dropping [...]

Snow Buddy does it better – by Gnarly Snowman

2015-02-05T08:40:01+00:00February 4th, 2015|

This year’s school of ski sledglings have been one of the best we have ever had, so it’s all downhill from here!  The top group ventured off to VT (as the cool kids say or Val Thorens to you).  VT is the highest ski resort in Europe, but the group could [...]

‘The Ski Cross Code’

2015-02-04T14:56:44+00:00February 3rd, 2015|

Tomorrow we are going to introduce a new game called ‘The Ski Cross Code’ which includes ‘look right, look left and check your boots again’. This morning we set off with one of the groups and after an hour one of the skiers realised that his boots weren’t very comfortable and [...]

S’now wonder we like skiing

2015-02-03T23:21:09+00:00February 2nd, 2015|

CRASH, BANG WALLOP, what a picture! Today the sun reared its beautiful head over the summit and the students were in awe of the breath-taking scenery; even better, they could see where they were skiing. Although it still didn’t stop a few going in to each other. (You know who you [...]

The Blizzard of Ours (Oz)

2015-02-03T23:22:37+00:00February 1st, 2015|

Where did that Sunday go? It passed in a blur of cloud ‘coz we couldn’t see a thing, which the students coped with well.  Les Menuires is a fabulous resort but unfortunately the kids haven’t seen it yet; we’re still waiting to catch the first glimpse of the mountains. Although we [...]

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