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Year 2/3 Cluster Skills4Life Challenge

February 5th, 2019 Comments off

On Tuesday 29th January Harrow Way hosted its third Primary event in as many weeks and the Harrow Way Young Leaders didn’t disappoint. With over sixty Primary students and accompanying staff our Young Leaders help guide, coach and inspire their guests though twelve various challenges and games with each game was designed to improve motor coordination and teamwork. The afternoon was a great success with lots of fantastic feedback for our Young Leaders. Well done to all involved.

KS3 Girls Basketball Success

January 24th, 2019 Comments off

Harrow Way took two teams to a basketball tournament held at Rookwood school on Wednesday. With 5 matches against: each other, Test Valley (x2), Wellington and Rookwood, there were plenty of baskets scored!

The Year 7 team of Faith, Madison, Issy, Tianna and Chloe, played exceptionally well against the mostly Year 8 teams, winning 1 game and scoring in 3 of the 4 others.

The Year 8 team of Megan, Grace, Grace, Faith and Georgie won 4 and lost 1, with all players contributing to an impressive basket total of 25.

The results were exceptionally close; the Year 7 team came 5th, but the Year 8 team finished an impressive joint 1st position with Wellington. A fantastic result for all involved.

U16 Girls Lose Out in County Cup Quarter Final

January 24th, 2019 Comments off

Harrow Way’s U16 football team fought hard with and understrength squad of 10 against Henry Beaufort on Tuesday evening.

A talented squad, the girls attacked well, with a number of chances falling to Sky, Anita and Megan in the first half.

However, Henry Beaufort managed to break the defence with a high ball and a some fast strikers, scoring twice in the early minutes. Harrow Way fought back, with the defence of Amelia, Lucy, Paige and Chloe tightening up on their forward line, linking well with Shannon and Katie in midfield to bring the ball out of defence. Unfortunately, a further 2 goals put us 4-0 down at half time. Harrow Way were by no means defeated and were the first to score in the second half with a fine shot by Sky. Lucy came close to adding to the tally, only to be saved by an on-form keeper. Keeper Ruby put in some excellent save also. However, with tiring legs, Harrow Way conceded in the final few minutes but should be proud of an excellent performance, not fairly represented with a 1-5 scoreline.

University of Winchester’s Aspire Project Day Inspires Harrow Way’s Year 10 Students

January 22nd, 2019 Comments off

Working in conjunction with the University of Winchester, Harrow Way has given 20 Year 10 students the opportunity to experience life at university. Through a series of workshops and time spent on the campus the Aspire Project Day offers students the opportunity to see first-hand if higher education could be an option for them.

Kevin Peebles, Harrow Way’s careers lead said: “This wasn’t about promoting the University of Winchester or indeed saying university would be the best path for these students. This was an opportunity for students to work on a project and spend time in a higher education environment in order to determine for themselves what it would be like to study and live at a university. With important decisions coming next year we hope the experience will enable these students to make some informed decisions about their futures.” Read more…

Year 7 & 8 Girls Indoor Football Tournament

January 21st, 2019 Comments off

After finishing narrow runners-up out of 8 teams in the previous tournament, Harrow Way entered this event with high hopes of success. Despite an early defeat in the first game, the girls kept their composure, beating Winton 2-1, Rookwood 2-1 and drawing against Test Valley 1-1. Player of the tournament Julia scored 4 of our goals, with Faith scoring the 5th.

Tireless effort from the Year 7’s of Lily, Jisa, Luana, Annabelle and Tianna kept the games tight, and we were delighted to hear when the final results were announced that we again finished in second place.

With one more tournament left to play this year, Harrow Way will be looking to end on a victorious high.

Year 7 and 8 Rugby Match v Winton Academy

January 18th, 2019 Comments off

Harrow Way played some lovely expansive rugby and were very strong at the ruck and maul. This enabled the team to win 35 – 20 with all the players having good performances. Albie Head was given Man of the Match for his dominating play in the second half.

Year 1 Skills4Life Festival

January 18th, 2019 Comments off

On Tuesday 15th of January Harrow Way hosted the Year 1 Skills4Life Festival for our Cluster Primary Schools. The Harrow Way Student Leadership Team expertly guided​ nearly forty excited young pupils around a circuit of events that developed teamwork and basic motor skills. The event was full of fun and despite the noise of the students the praise for Harrow Way’s Leaders was large and well received. Well done to all who took part.

Trip to Italy Gives Harrow Way Students the Geographical Edge

January 15th, 2019 Comments off

Italy’s beautiful Bay of Naples provided the perfect backdrop for a Harrow Way school Geography trip. Students from Years 10-11 experienced first-hand the geographical impact on land and people as they enjoyed four days in the bay, famous for its rugged coastline, archaeological riches, the mighty Vesuvius volcano and the lost city of Pompeii.

Rebecca Calder, Curriculum Leader, Geography/Humanities said: “This area of Italy is rich in wonderful examples of Geography in action! This was an invaluable experience for students to see geographical processes, landforms and how people of the region prepare for natural hazards. We are also always very keen at Harrow Way to provide students with opportunities which enable them to try something new, to enjoy foreign travel, appreciate a foreign country’s heritage, sights and culture. I’m very proud that they represented Harrow Way fantastically.” Read more…

Community Courses – Starting Spring Term 2019

December 20th, 2018 Comments off

logo framePlease click here to view a list of Harrow Way Community Education courses, starting January 2019.

Information on courses can be found here.

The Harrow Way Eagle Newsletter – Autumn 2018

December 19th, 2018 Comments off

Our latest Newsletter, including the ‘Head’s Corner’ and a summary of all the news and events that’s happened at Harrow Way over the last term, can be viewed here.
A reminder that school breaks up for the Christmas break at 12.45pm on Thursday 20th December 2018.

The Autumn Term for students finishes at 12.45pm on Thursday 20th December.
Spring Term begins for all students on Monday 7th January, 8.45am.