Events


Kestrels Sweep 1st & 2nd Place at House Kahoot Competition

March 21st, 2018 Comments off

There was lots of competition at the recent House competition; a general knowledge quiz of 50 questions played on the online game platform Kahoot. Questions were submitted by members of staff from different subjects throughout the school. These included guess the film, which involved members of staff acting out scenes from a film.

It was a close fought contest between Kestrels and Buzzards throughout the competition. Sophie and Izzy from 8GMO and Toby and Rob from 9EM managed to beat the competition and secure and 1st and 2nd place finish for the Kestrel House. Buzzards Amelia and Hannah were piped at the post after leading for some of the competition, placing in 3rd place.

Total points awarded (including participation):
Kestrels: 410
Buzzards: 270
Hawks: 120

Warwick Castle Trip – Year 7 – Postponed

February 28th, 2018 Comments off

Unfortunately we have postponed the Year 7 History trip to Warwick Castle that was due to take place on Friday 2nd March. Hopefully a new date will be organised in the near future.

Dance Production – Narnia 2018

January 31st, 2018 Comments off

Over 90 students from KS4 Dance took part in this year’s Dance Production of Narnia. Based on the story by C. S. Lewis, ‘The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe’, the cast performed four shows, including a matinée to Portway Year 5 students. Some images of the production can be viewed here.

Harrow Way Dance students took their full-house audience on a captivating journey into the fantasy world of ‘Narnia’ at their annual BTEC Dance Show. Each evening was a complete sell out-out with the audience wowed by the cast of Year 9, 10 and 11 dancers as they brought the C.S. Lewis’ thrilling story of The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe to life. Read more…

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.

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…

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

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.

Harrow Way Celebrate European Day of Languages

September 27th, 2017 Comments off

On the 26th September, Harrow Way celebrated the European Day of Languages. The aim of the day is to understand the diversity of language and culture within Europe. The European Day of Languages involves millions of people across 45 countries in activities to celebrate linguistic diversity and the benefits of being able to speak another language.

We celebrated by holding a bake off with a European theme, staff spoke foreign languages in lessons, Year 7 had a special assembly about the day and a video was made showing staff speaking different languages. This video can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/weu9CUa2I7s

A quiz was used in tutor time with students, the questions and answers can be viewed here:
Questions
Answers

Presentation Evening – Years 7, 9 & 10

July 19th, 2017 Comments off

On Monday 17th July, we held our Presentation Evening for students in Years 7, 9 & 10, to celebrate their successes over the past year. Awards were presented for Effort & Attitude and Progress in each subject area, by the Headteacher and Chair of Governors, Mr L Cherrington.

Further awards for Contribution to the year group and Personal Achievement, were awarded to students chosen by their Head of Year. Certificates for sporting achievements were also awarded. Pictures can viewed here.

A Golden Celebration to Mark Harrow Way’s 50th Anniversary

July 14th, 2017 Comments off

Harrow Way rounded off their 50th anniversary year in style with a hugely successful fete at the weekend with hundreds of former students, teachers and members of the local community enjoying a wonderful afternoon of reminiscing and a trip or two down memory lane. Joining the many students from the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and beyond were four of the school’s headteachers and as many as 40 former members of staff.

Commenting on the 50th celebrations headteacher Michael Serridge said: “In September 2016 we looked at what we could do to mark our 50th anniversary, coming up with a number of exciting ideas such as this fete, a coffee morning, a 1960s day for the students alongside a commemorative newsletter and wall graphic. Everyone within the school is enjoying the celebrations and it has been great to meet and hear the many stories about the school and the difference in ‘education’ from past students, teachers and headteachers”. Read more…