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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Course Content:

Teaching will be focused on developing an understanding of the history and culture of Roman civilization and encouraging a wide range of approaches to language learning including audio-visual resources. This Latin course will provide suitable preparation for further study.

The course is divided into 10 modules of content: Roman families, Houses, Daily life, The town of Pompeii, The forum, The theatre, Slaves and freedmen, Life and death, Gladiators, The baths, Schools, The eruption of Vesuvius; destruction and excavation of Pompeii.

The main skills that will be developed within the units are: Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing and Grammar. The main language features are: Nominative, accusative and dative cases, singular and plural, of 1st, 2nd and 3rd declension nouns, Present, imperfect and perfect tenses, all persons, of 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th conjugation verbs, Word order, Personal pronouns, Intransitive verbs, Comparatives and superlatives, Questions.

Within each Year 7 module, students will focus on developing skills through inspiring and challenging activities to achieve their full potential.

Students will be assessed formally during the different terms and at the end of the year to check progress and understanding.

Course Text Books/Websites:

There is a specific text book: Cambridge Latin Course. Book 1. Fourth edition.

You can find the book online:

Extra activities from the book:


Additional Materials/Equipment required:

It is highly recommended that the students use a Latin – English dictionary at home and in class.

This book helps to introduce Latin easily: Latin for Beginners (Usborne Language) by Angela Wilke will support the students.

These websites are also very useful:

Home Support

It is important than the study of languages is promoted at home. The more the students are familiarising themselves with the language, the better. It is very helpful to check that the students are completing their homework and studying the weekly Latin vocabulary. The students can also be encouraged to attend the weekly clubs which will boost their learning.