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Year 5 Activity Days 2017

July 19th, 2017 Comments off

Last week we ran two very successful Year 5 Activity Days, where over 400 students came to Harrow Way to have a taster day of Secondary school education. Students experienced a range of subjects, including looking at pirates in History, describing their favourite place in Geography, attending a colour boot camp in Art, playing rocketball in PE and cooking pizza in Food Technology.

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.

PE Students at World Para Athletics Championships

July 19th, 2017 Comments off

A group of Harrow Way GCSE PE Students had the great opportunity to be kit carriers for the World Para Athletics Championships, held at the London Stadium at the Olympic Park, over the past four days.

Some highlights were having the opportunity to walk on the warm up track with all of the athletes. We saw Richard Whitehead warming up and Tom and Jamie even got a photo with him. We saw him again getting ready for his T42 100m heat which he won. Read more…

Under 13’s Cricket Success

July 14th, 2017 Comments off

On a lovely Summers evening the under 13’s cricket team played their semi-final of the District Cup. Harrow Way scored 118 from 14 overs with Josh Banks Williams and Will McDermott both scoring well and eventually hitting the enforced retirement score of 30. Wellington Academy made a brave effort in their innings but 3 wickets from James McDermott and 2 from Alex Pardy (in two balls) won us the game. Well done to the whole team for solid fielding and batting displays. We are due to play John Hanson in the final next week.

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…

AMTC Starlights- Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

July 13th, 2017 Comments off

Over the Summer, we are pleased to announce that several of our students will be appearing in Andover Musical Theatre Company’s Youth Group (Starlights) production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at The Lights Theatre on 23rd-26th August.

Ticket information can be found on their flyer here.

Free Community Sport

July 13th, 2017 Comments off

10 Free sport sessions, from 2–4pm taking place every Tuesday in the school holidays at Pilgrims Way Open Space, co-ordinated by Test Valley Community Leisure.

Details are available here.

Family Fun this Summer

July 12th, 2017 Comments off

This summer there are lots of fun things going on all across Hampshire, for all ages and many of which are free. Jane Austen exhibitions and events bringing history to life, and loads of summer activities too, plus most venues have free drop in children’s make and takes, trails, etc. Please see attached flyer from the Hampshire Cultural Trust for details.

Harrow Way Guarantee Graduation

July 12th, 2017 Comments off

The first Harrow Way Guarantee Graduation took place on Monday 10th July. Year 8 students, after reaching the end of the two years, received their certificate and badges for grades pass, merit or distinction. Students kept a record of evidence on their own personal blogs, which was moderated by a group of student digital leaders and then staff judged each blog to give their final grading.

The Guarantee aims to develop students in the following areas:

  • Personal development such as being able to show good manners
  • Performance such as presentation skills
  • Enrichment opportunities such as residential experience.
  • The curriculum such as extended homework projects
  • Contribution to society such as community work
  • Involvement in the wider life of the school such as contributing to organising/running a school event.

Sports Day 2017

July 10th, 2017 Comments off

On Friday 7th July, we were blessed with beautiful sunny weather for our annual sports day. The day was a full day of sporting activities involving all of our students, trying to earn house points for their house.

Before break the first track races kicked off in the 300m, 400m, 600m & 800m and the throwing events also began. In the second session before lunch, the whole school were taking part in sports matches, including short tennis, rounders, softball, Tug of War and a climbing dyno challenge. In the afternoon everyone was out on the track to enjoy short distance races, hurdles and relays. There was also entertainment provided by the Year 10 dancers and singers who took part in the H-Factor house competition.

The day ended with the presentation of the Harrow Way House Sports Day Cup. Well done to Hawks who came away with the trophy.
1st – Hawks – 1099 points
2nd – Buzzards – 974 points
3rd – Kestrels – 784 points