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December 18th, 2020 Comments off

If your child develops symptoms within 48 hours of the end of term and tests positive you must contact us at school between Saturday 19th December and Thursday 24th December.

As the school office will be closed please contact us using this POSITIVE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) CASE Reporting Form


The Harrow Way Eagle Newsletter – Autumn 2020

December 18th, 2020 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.

Please note the updated calendar information on the back page.

Virtual Winter Music Concert – 16th December 7pm

December 15th, 2020 Comments off

Applause for the Student Leadership Team

December 1st, 2020 Comments off

Harrow Way’s Student Leadership Team has received high praise for their work in supporting students through the lockdown. The team, which is comprised of the school’s head girl, deputy and other senior prefects, received their commendation from Headteacher Michael Serridge recently.

Recognising that the period of lockdown presented a number of challenges, Harrow Way’s Student Leadership Team stepped forward to lead the production of a series of videos. Every week during the lockdown the team of six students created a new video for the whole school community to watch. The focus for each video was different with the students tackling a range of subjects from challenging racism to protecting mental health. Read more…

Dress Down Day – Thursday 10th December

November 30th, 2020 Comments off

Thursday 10th December would have been the date for our annual Christmas Fair which is normally a brilliant, fun event that also raises funds for charity. As this cannot take place this year due to current restrictions we would still like to mark the day with a dress down day to raise donations for the Andover Food Bank. If students have PE/Dance on the 10th then you can still ‘dress down’ but must wear your own appropriate sportswear.

We would like to ask families to make a small donation of a food item in exchange for students wearing their own clothes that day. Donations should be in date and unopened/sealed and should preferably be worth in the region of £1 as this is our usual dress down donation. These will be collated and boxed in school before being dropped off at the Food Bank.

So that we are able to donate a variety of goods, can I please ask that each year group donates something from the designated themes for each year group.

YEAR 7: ‘Roast Dinner’ – eg Tinned Meat, Tinned Veg, Gravy Granules
YEAR 8: ‘Condiments’ – eg Jams, Pickles, and Chutneys
YEAR 9: ‘Snacks’ – eg Biscuits, Crackers and Crisps
YEAR 10: ‘Dessert’ – eg Desserts and Cooking Sauces
YEAR 11: ‘Naughty but Nice’ – eg Sweets and Chocolate

KS4 Presentation Evening 2020

November 19th, 2020 Comments off

Normally, at this time, we would be writing to our outgoing Year 11 students to confirm the plans for an upcoming GCSE Presentation Evening. However, despite our optimism around being able to host the event, current government guidance on COVID-19 related to social distancing and the size of gatherings permitted, means that we will sadly be unable to do so as planned. However, we would still like to offer our students an opportunity to mark their results and achievements, so we produced these Presentation Booklets.

We celebrate student successes by awarding individual subject awards and presentation of annual trophy awards. These are outlined in the following booklets:

KS4 Presentation 2020 – Subject Awards
KS4 Presentation 2020 – Trophy Booklet

GCSE Results Day 2020 Video

Harrow Way Contributes to National Ofsted Work

November 17th, 2020 Comments off

Harrow Way school recently hosted Ofsted who was gaining insight into the impact the extended schools’ closure has had on students across England. The fact-finding visit will feed into a national report for the government and the education sector with Harrow Way’s views and experiences helping to inform future policy.

Harrow Way was one of approximately 1200 school across all Ofsted grades selected for the visit. Although not an official inspection, the inspectors provided the school with some positive feedback acknowledging their swift return to full teaching. Read more…

Hampshire Cultural Trust – What’s on Autumn 2020

October 22nd, 2020 Comments off

This half term the HCT have lots going on all across Hampshire, for all ages, much of which is free. There is Halloween Half Term going on at Milestones Museum, and there are loads of events and activities throughout the week in all of the other museums too.  As well as bookable workshops, most venues have free children’s make-and-takes, trails and quizzes. Plus there is lots of fun to be had in the arts centres, including bookable workshops, film showings and children’s clubs. We have venues all across Hampshire, the majority of which are free to enter.

Click here to view their leaflet.

Virtual Open Evening – 22nd September 6.00pm

September 21st, 2020 Comments off

Harrow Way Virtual Open Evening – Tuesday 22nd September 2020, 6.00pm.

For more information please click here.

Reopening of our School from September 2020 (Update 2)

August 26th, 2020 Comments off

Dear Parents and Carers


I would like to start by saying that we are looking forward to seeing all our students return to school at the start of September and, in particular, meeting our new Year 7s in person for the first time. I hope over the last few months, despite the challenges we have all faced, families have been able to spend some quality time together and have enjoyed something of a summer break.

This September we are very excited to be fully reopening and welcoming all of our pupils back to school, it seems such a long time since we were all together at Harrow Way. Our school has been welcoming students in Year 10 back to school since June. We approached this with great caution, reviewing all the scientific advice to ensure that we could be as safe as possible. This has gone extremely well, as our safety measures and risk assessments were excellent. 

The Government has stated: ‘Given the improved position, the balance of risk is now overwhelmingly in favour of children returning to school. For the vast majority of children, the benefits of being back in school far outweigh the very low risk from coronavirus (COVID-19)’. Read more…