A great final day of Summer School. We can’t wait to see you all again in September for your first year at HAWI!


Lots of creativity this morning rewriting the story of The Creature in the Cave


More music being created at Summer School ready for the final performance tomorrow


More fun at Summer School singing the Circle of Life and playing the African Drums


Our Arts Pathway at Summer School are devising their piece about Crocky-Wock the Crocodile


Summer School off to a roaring start!


Lower School having fun at Chessington World of Adventures!


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Keeping cool with a bit of yoga this morning


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A great atmosphere of house spirit at HAWI sports day on Friday!


Rutherford winning the cup!


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Wilberforce House (PE team) winning the staff relay


HAWI Sports Day 2022!


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Today is HAWI’s Formal Opening! Our students really enjoyed the opportunity to meet Lord Harris, and did a great job showing off our wonderful school!


It was a pleasure to welcome Lord Harris for the formal opening of the Academy


James, in Year 9, has captured some stunning photographs within the theme 'Wild and Free'


Please join us on Thursday the 14th of July from 5-6.30pm for A Little Night of Music and Drama. Head to the link in the recent school newsletter for tickets.


Year 10 are applying their recording skills this afternoon in the Buddhapadipa temple grounds.

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Posted on December 10th 2021

Newsletter 10/12/2021

The festive spirit is wonderful to see this week.  Staff have reported that Year 7 and 8 had a great time at the theatre yesterday and really enjoyed the shows.  Year 9 had a very productive careers day; they had an assembly exploring pathways and took part in workshops led by National Grid and the Army, culminating in a Dragon’s Den style show.

Year 10 spent the day working on their Science Required Practicals.  During the course of the day, students investigated how to calculate density, made some beautiful copper sulphate crystals and investigated how water enters and leaves plant cells.

 It is fantastic to see so many students wearing festive dress today and contributing to two very important charities:  Save the Children and The Trussell Trust.

We are really looking forward to The Winter Celebration on Monday and Tuesday.  I am sorry that we have had to restrict numbers for the evening, but I know that you understand that we must ensure we keep minimising the risk of anyone catching Covid-19.  We will film one of the evenings and place a link on the website by the end of term. Everyone attending will be required to show evidence of a negative lateral flow test taken within the last 24 hours.  On that note, you will have seen from the media that cases are increasing so it is vital that the whole school community continues to test every Sunday and Wednesday evening.  If you child has any symptoms of Covid-19, a continuous cough, high temperature or a loss of taste/smell, please do not send them to school until they have had a negative PCR test result.   

I am delighted to announce that we will have a new uniform company (Stevensons)  from the 1st January which I hope will be more efficient than Brigade!  We have gone through a competitive tendering process to ensure that the uniform is of best value, and the company have a shop in addition to an online ordering system.  In consultation with the student council, we have made a few changes to the uniform including a skirt for the girls without the split and an improved PE kit.  There isn’t any obligation to buy any of the new items until your child grows out of their current one.  Miss Pocock will send you a separate letter next week containing all of the information.

Have a great weekend,

Mrs Larizadeh