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Student Leadership Team 2018

March 9th, 2018 Comments off

After a gruelling selection process, we are pleased to announce the Student Leadership Team for 2018/19:
Head Girl – Chloe Wilfort
Deputy Head Girl – India-Mae Jones
Head Boy – Jed Trengove
Deputy Head Boy – Lord Odunlami

The Student Leadership Team will head up our newly presented Year 10 prefects who will take over responsibilities from Year 11 students over the forthcoming weeks.

Year 7 Netball – Win Test Valley District SGO Level 3 Netball Competition

March 9th, 2018 Comments off

There was a very excited Year 7 Netball Squad that departed Andover on Wednesday 7th March to travel to Mountbatten School, Romsey to take part in the Test Valley SGO Level 3 Netball Competition. After a very close finish, Harrow Way won the competition to be put through to the Hampshire School Games Competition held later on this year.

This was the first time playing teams from outside the Andover District Schools Netball League, therefore Harrow Way did not know what was to be expected playing against teams from Romsey School and Mountbatten School. Read more…

Year 7 Football

March 7th, 2018 Comments off

A dominating display by the Year 7 boys football team in the second half of the match at Testbourne School allowed them to earn a very creditable 2-2 draw. The team played with great skill and passion. Sam Mcrae produced some good saves throughout and Keiran Dawe earned man of the match for a fantastic performance throughout.

County Cross Country

March 7th, 2018 Comments off

We took 6 qualifiers from Years 7 and 8 to the County Cross Country Championships in Basingstoke on Tuesday 6th March. A new experience for many of them, the students were competing against up to 120 other runners in each race.

Amelia Owen was the highlight of the day, finishing 79th overall, and also the first Andover runner back. Charlie Holloway finished an impressive 65th in the U14 boys race, with Bertie Jones coming in 70th. Hannah Salter was close behind Amelia in the U14 girls event, finishing 87th. Congratulations also to Eva Graham and Taylor Carnegie in the Under 13 races.

Wanting a Career, Working with Young Children?

March 6th, 2018 Comments off

Peter Symonds College Adult and Higher Education are running a full time pathway course, for those aged 16 – 18 who are working or volunteering in an early years setting. There is an Open Evening event taking place on the 28th March, 4.30pm – 7.00pm.

The course is a Level 3 Diploma for the Early Years Workforce (Early Year Educator). The Early Years Educator is a full-time course that is equivalent to 3 A-Levels. This qualification prepares you to work unsupervised, or in a supervised capacity, with children and their families in a variety of settings and environments within the sector of children’s services.
For more information please see their poster here, or visit their website.

British Themed Menu

March 6th, 2018 Comments off

On Thursday 15th March our catering providers HC3S are providing our students with a British themed menu being served at lunchtime. The menu for the day can be viewed here.

School OPEN Monday 5th March 2018

March 4th, 2018 Comments off

Harrow Way will be open to all students as normal from tomorrow, Monday 5th March 2018.

We look forward to welcoming everyone back. Many thanks to students, parents and staff for their support during the last few days of weather disruption.

Talking Teens Parent Group

March 2nd, 2018 Comments off

The Talking Teens Parent Group helps deal with those challenges so you can have a calmer, happier family life. The Test Valley Family Support Service are running four 2 hour sessions over 4 weeks: 10:00am-12.00pm 19th April – 10th May.

For more information and to sign up please see their poster here.

School CLOSED Friday 2nd March 2018

March 1st, 2018 Comments off

The Met Office website states that conditions will deteriorate this afternoon and through the night, therefore, we are very concerned for the safety of students and colleagues should they attempt to travel to school tomorrow.

Consequently, we have taken the necessary decision to close the school tomorrow, Friday 2nd March. We fully expect everything to be back to normal on Monday, so please plan accordingly.

More work will be placed on Show My Homework / The VLE / Google Classroom and via student email accounts, but we also encourage the students to have some fun! Year 11 please use this opportunity for some revision / catch up. I have not taken this decision lightly but the safety of everyone is paramount. I feel that by letting parents know sooner they can make appropriate arrangements.

Stay warm and stay safe

Mr Serridge

School CLOSED Thursday 1st March 2018

March 1st, 2018 Comments off

Given the current weather conditions and the met office’s forecast for further heavier snow throughout the morning today, Harrow Way school will be closed today on Thursday 1st March.​  The Pre-School is also closed.

This decision has been taken in order to safeguard all people using the site and the risk to their safety in travelling to school. The met office have given the area an amber warning stating that people should not travel unless they have to. Additionally, as well as the potential hazard of travelling to school, we are mindful of then having to make arrangements for students and staff returning home later in the day when the weather could be worse.

Arrangements are being made for staff to set work and give guidance for work to be done at home via Show My homework/google classroom and email.

Stay warm