New Intake September 2019

July 12th, 2019

New Intake Information

The time has come to welcome your child to Harrow Way and to give you a little more information about forthcoming arrangements to ensure a successful transition. With students coming from many different schools this year, we are busy planning our visits to the main feeders and looking at options for easing the transition for students.

Year Leader
Contact Mr N Reed
Transition ManagerContact Miss E Escritt

Summer Term Arrangements – July 2019

Induction Day / Evening – Tuesday 2nd July

Induction Day Information
Release Instruction Form
Students Transition Booklet – to be added when available
6 to 7 Maths Summer Holiday Booklet – to be added when available

Induction Evening for Parents

Parents are invited to attend a Parents’ Evening on Tuesday 2nd July 2019 from 6.00pm in order to obtain vital information, the presentations from the evening will be available to view below after the evening. We will also collect in the completed Data Booklet.

Headteacher’s Presentation
Tutor Presentation

Welcome Booklet

An electronic copy of the welcome booklet, containing a wealth of information for students who will be new to the school in September 2019 will be available to download here when available.

Start of Autumn Term – September 2019

Thursday 5th September 8.45 am – Year 7 Students only with Year 11 Prefects

Friday 6th September 8.45 am – Year 7 Students ONLY

Video Introduction – Year Leader

Video Introduction – Student Welcome

Other Information

Learning Resource CentreGreat books to read before Secondary School.

Sample Uniform Order Sheet

All uniform for September Year 7 Intake is available from Stitch-a-Logo

Custom shopping dates for Harrow Way are:
Saturday 29th June and Saturday 6th July 2019, from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon on both dates.

Year 7 Projects

Treasure Island Year 6/7 Literacy Transition Project and Curriculum

Every year 6 student joining Harrow Way receives a copy of ‘Treasure Island’ by Robert Louis Stevenson. This is handed out on ‘induction day’ and all are asked to read the novel before they arrive at the school in September. All staff  also receive a copy of the book. The aim is for all students to have read the book and promote literacy across the curriculum. Work will be carried out in all subject areas in the Autumn term linked to the book.


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