Well done 7 Butler for winning the house cup with 402 points! Thank you to all of our students and families for your support throughout our first year. We look forward to welcoming our new cohort in September. Have a wonderful and relaxing break!


Students are enjoying the last afternoon tea of the year with Mrs Larizadeh. Well done for getting 30 reward stickers! 🍰


29 of our top students are enjoying an afternoon out at Jurassic Encounter Adventure Golf for all their hard work and effort this year!


Well done to Natalie and Dominique for winning bronze medals in shot putt and long jump!


Students are enjoying their first Federation Sports Day! Let’s win some medals🏅


Thank you to everyone who attended HAWI’s first ever Honours Evening. We hope you enjoyed it as much as the staff did!


Our year 7 netball team picking up the very first HAWI team award at our inaugural Honours evening. We can’t wait to see the plaque engraved. Well done, Girls! 🏆


Congratulations to all our award winners - tonight’s inaugural Honours Evening was such a special event. What a fantastic first year it has been.


Students are enjoying future aspirations day today. We have welcomed a variety of professionals to discuss their career with the students.


Today our Y7 cricket team played against at the Merton Borough Cricket competition. Well done to all who took part! 🏏


Thank you to the WPA for organising today’s BBQ for our new and existing pupils and families. We hope you all had an enjoyable afternoon.


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It has begun! The first ever geography KS3 quiz! 52 students, 13 schools - Who will win?!


Well done everyone - keep going!😀


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Congratulations to all finalists and winners of our 4th annual Spelling Bee! 68 students, 15 schools, French, Spanish & Mandarin = our biggest to date. Thanks to hosts & passionate teachers for supporting & entering students.


On route to win the Geography quiz! 🌍


Today we welcomed our new students who will be joining us in September. Here are a few photos of students with their memory boxes 📦.


The hockey team are having a great day out at the London youth games year 7 hockey competition. Best of luck boys!


Traffic is being kind...ETA back at school between 1:00pm and 1:15pm - PGL 2019 trip.


One final group photograph📸 We are about to get onto the coaches and head home. ETA is currently 1:15pm!


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Human and Life Skills

Human and Life Skills

The “Human and Life Skills” curriculum draws on the core issues introduced through the Personal, Social and Health education curriculum along with the statutory guidelines set out for Religious studies in schools. Topics include the purpose of rules, friendship, bullying, health education, aspects of Citizenship, religious beliefs and ‘British Values’.


All aspects of the course are designed to be active and use a combination of discussion, role-play, written work and sometimes active engagement activities to achieve the outcomes; outside speakers are also used.


Once per half term, students will participate in a themed drop down day, which is also an integral part of the Human & Life skills programme. During the drop down day, the timetable will be suspended and students will take part in a variety of activities allowing them to develop a deeper understanding of the theme and topic. In the first half term students explore the main beliefs and practices of the six main world religions, followed by British Values, Internet Safety, future aspirations and finally, emotional wellbeing.


As well as our drop down days, students will also participate in the ‘Everyday resilience programme’, which is designed to strengthen emotional resilience and promote positive mental health.


At the start of every week, students come together for a year group assembly. Through our assembly programme, students will be introduced to world religious festivals as well as key issues and topics that affect young people today.


Whilst pupils will acquire good knowledge of the areas covered they will also learn the importance of empathy, reciprocity and understanding as well as develop the skills of description, explanation and evaluation.  Individual reflection on personal strengths and achievements is built into the Year 7 Human and Life skills course.  Time for reflecting on the various topics covered, and identifying personal progress and understandings gained occurs at regular intervals throughout the academic year.

Course Text Books/Websites: There is no specific text book.

Additional Materials/Equipment required:

Most materials are provided by the academy. Occasionally, students may be asked to make a financial contribution to an educational visit linked to the curriculum.

Home Support: Encourage your son/daughter to read a broad sheet newspaper and watch the daily news as a family. Following this, encourage careful thought - be willing to discuss issues with your son/daughter.  Help can be given by asking your son / daughter about the various topics covered in as part of the Human and Life Skills curriculum, and encouraging your child to make sensible choices in terms of enjoying a healthy lifestyle, and establishing and maintaining positive relationships.