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22/02/24

This year we had the privilege of hosting a number of Universities, providers and professionals.All years got a chance to go throughout the day as it is never too early to start thinking about your career!It was well received and our students really enjoyed it! pic.twitter.com/EhSV2pFttY

21/02/24

First hockey match against St Dunstan's College. HAWI team had great fun and gained some invaluable match experience - The students represented the school fantastically well throughout. pic.twitter.com/kVjrI3nM3N

20/02/24

Students attended a performance of La Boheme at the Royal Opera House organised by the Harris Experience. Students had a fantastic time watching the musicians in the orchestra and the incredible vocalists from The ROH perform and even had front row seats to the show! pic.twitter.com/mN9J80fCAp

19/02/24

Want to be a sports reporter? Look around...it's not just about the sport itself. More top tips from ➡️ https://t.co/TjNuxs8dkz pic.twitter.com/QXEENxjbCC

19/02/24

After a busy assessment week, it was great to see our sixth form students relax, and really enjoy the opportunity to socialise with each other outside of school at Mini Golf⛳️🏌️‍♂️ pic.twitter.com/4ikj0wavdL

19/02/24

📌Year 7 Parents' Evening. 🗓️Thursday 22nd February 4-7pm pic.twitter.com/HY5AKiDcYW

19/02/24

📌Open Evening Reminder: We will be having another 6th form open evening for those who missed it.🗓️27th February at 5.30pm https://t.co/xg4a5zebv8

17/02/24

Want to be a sports reporter? Look around...it's not just about the sport itself. More top tips from ➡️ https://t.co/TjNuxs8dkz pic.twitter.com/QXEENxjbCC

14/02/24

Another brilliant day on the farm with everyone really finding their feet and loving every second! pic.twitter.com/cI2PqAzlar

13/02/24

First morning at Jamie’s Farm helping to prepare meals for the day pic.twitter.com/wFpTqVN5sm

12/02/24

Our students and staff have arrived safely at Jamie’s Farm and are already enjoying getting muddy! pic.twitter.com/l7qLW2mRJm

12/02/24

📌Open Evening Reminder: We will be having another 6th form open evening for those who missed it.🗓️27th February at 5.30pm https://t.co/xg4a5zebv8

09/02/24

📌Open Evening Reminder: We will be having another 6th form open evening for those who missed it.🗓️27th February at 5.30pm https://t.co/xg4a5zdDFA

09/02/24

Figges Marsh junior Parkrun. Take part in the community walk-run for 4-14 year olds and their families and carers. https://t.co/jINwvDLSdn

09/02/24

🧑‍🏫We are thrilled to be sharing the experience, expertise and empowerment opportunity in house with our students for the duration of the summer term. This club will be run weekly by local charity Rise Up. pic.twitter.com/m7mSVip0Dq

08/02/24

Well done to our year 7 hockey team this evening. Mr Heald and the students dedication to weekly training and growing the team has been amazing, culminating in their first game pic.twitter.com/JXOlEaAklk

08/02/24

Amazing work from our Spelling Bee representatives for HAWI. This took a huge amount of bravery to stand up in front of a large audience, spelling complex words. Well done! 🥳 pic.twitter.com/ehzuXM623u

07/02/24

Well done to our year 7 hockey team this evening. Mr Heald and the students dedication to weekly training and growing the team has been amazing, culminating in their first game pic.twitter.com/JXOlEaAklk

07/02/24

We were lucky enough to be visited by bestselling author Manjeet Mann, known for writing books such as “Run Rebel” and “The Crossing”. She engaged the students in an inspiring creative writing workshop. Highlighting the importance of celebrating books and reading! pic.twitter.com/X2M6ZThzy5

06/02/24

📌Open Evening Reminder: We will be having another 6th form open evening for those who missed it.🗓️27th February at 5.30pm https://t.co/xg4a5zdDFA

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The Academic Curriculum

HAWI6 is, first a foremost, an academic institution. Students study a rigorous curriculum of either three A Levels and an Extended Project Qualification (EPQ), or four A Levels. The subjects* we will be offering from September 2024 are: 

Art, Craft and Design  

Design & Technology 

Further Maths 

Music 

Psychology 

Biology 

Drama 

Geography 

Physical Education 

Religious Studies 

Chemistry 

Economics 

History 

Physics 

Sociology 

Classical Civilisation 

English Literature 

Maths 

Politics 

Spanish 

Computer Science 

EPQ 

*Subjects on offer are dependent on student uptake 

 

Please see our subject prospectus for more information: Subject Prospectus 

Alongside their lessons, A Level students must engage in a significant amount of independent study. As such, the HAWI6 timetable is designed to allow students enough time for both the taught curriculum and independent work. A student’s week might look like the below example timetable: 

Time 

Monday 

Tuesday 

Wednesday 

Thursday 

Friday 

8.25am 

Tutor time 

Tutor time 

Subject Society 

Assembly 

Tutor time 

9.00am 

Subject 1 

Independent Study 

EPQ 

Subject 2 

Subject 1 

10.00am 

Break 

Break 

Break 

Break 

Break 

10.20am 

Subject 2 

Subject 1 

 

Subject 2 

Subject 3 

EPQ 

11.20am 

Independent Study 

Subject 3 

Subject 1 

Independent Study 

Subject 3 

12.20am 

Lunch 

Lunch 

Lunch 

Lunch 

Lunch 

1.00pm 

Subject 3 

Subject 2 

 

PE 

Independent Study 

Community Projects 

2.00pm 

EPQ 

 

LAB Time 

Subject 1 

3.00pm 

 

Enrichment 

 

 

4.00pm 

 

King’s Lectures 

 

 

 

Students have nine lessons a fortnight in each core A Level subject, and six lessons a fortnight for the EPQ. Depending on the number of A Levels they are studying, each student in Year 12 will have between six and nine independent study periods a fortnight. In Year 13 this will increase to eight to eleven study periods a fortnight.