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14/11/19

Our string ensemble getting to grips with their instruments - One of the many extracurricular clubs on offer! Thanks Miss Allen https://t.co/tEJfrNXwuC

13/11/19

Some incredible pieces of work by Year 8, novel and very creative! https://t.co/UgPtBtKlEo

12/11/19

Programming robots in https://t.co/ONpf6pYbLS

08/11/19

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HAWI Library is on Twitter! Very much looking forward to engage with other book enthusiasts.

24/10/19

Some great progress photographs of our brand new build! https://t.co/SswEsionOl

18/10/19

STEM club students have been busy making a pH scale rainbow by neutralising acids and alkalis. https://t.co/2kjlJ6wVf6

18/10/19

Well done to Roxana in 7M who made a tonal ladder out of jelly and offered to share it with the class. A very original idea and lots of effort put in to this homework. Emily also handed in a rather creative homework. A flower with each petal a different shade of green! https://t.co/2EohRcJkbH

18/10/19

School council meet to discuss plan for our new build! https://t.co/mtomdi0kQN

18/10/19

A few examples of exceptional tonal ladder homework in Year 7. https://t.co/3TsETJTf6t

17/10/19

Congratulations to the year 7 girls football team who won a Competiton against 4 other Harris Schools! https://t.co/l3Cy4YNu2u

17/10/19

Well done to Butler who won the year 7 House Netball competition! The year 8 competition is afterschool today. Who will come out on top? https://t.co/xLpVDjZFdK

15/10/19

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Its all action at the Raynes Park cluster Hi-5 Netball Competition ⁦⁩ Fantastic support from their amazing sport leaders 🙌👏🏅 https://t.co/XqWreaxVA4

15/10/19

Sport Leaders enrichment getting their first opportunity to umpire at a Year 5/6 Netball Competition https://t.co/RZ45BOz6C4

15/10/19

These HAWI students know how to start their day right with morning table tennis club! https://t.co/DrAfgmI2Ab

13/10/19

We are ready for the British Basketball League Finals at the Copper Box Arena! https://t.co/If1VxIy5sK

11/10/19

The incredible Harris in Harmony https://t.co/9Web2K8GI0

11/10/19

32 students to Oxbridge, 25 from Harris Westminster and 25 studying medicine & dentistry https://t.co/smYXRQ18dO

11/10/19

HAWI staff have arrived at the ExCeL for the annual Harris Federation conference! https://t.co/DYyuUyiuTK

09/10/19

We are currently experiencing technical difficulties with our phone lines. If your enquiry is urgent, please email reception.org.uk. Apologies for the inconvenience this may cause.

09/10/19

Last week we had the pleasure of welcoming the talented Miss Smith to our Year 7 assembly. Miss Smith joins us as our singing teacher and will be offering individual singing lessons as well as starting the first HAWI choir. 🎤 https://t.co/5xglSc05cm

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Posted on March 8th 2019

Principal's Blog

Yesterday, I spent the day with Gangsta Granny, James Herriot, Giselle the ballet fairy, Supergirl, Sherlock Holmes, Matilda, Thing 1, Thing 2, The Cat in the Hat and many more different book characters.   It was great to see the students enter into the spirit of World Book Day with amazing costumes, participating in ‘drop everything and read’ in the afternoon and by entering the book mark competition.  Students read every day as it supports them in developing a broader vocabulary, increases their general knowledge and gives them a deeper understanding of the world in which we live.  I am looking forward to awarding a kindle to the student who wins the word of the week competition in the last week of term.

Mr Riches continues to be very busy running many different sporting fixtures.  During the last two weeks, our boys’ team came first and the girls’ team came third in a Harris indoor athletics competition, the Boys B football team beat Harris Morden 2 -1 and narrowly lost to Raynes Park.   Miss Turner supported our school reporters to enter the BBC School report competition; they did a fantastic job researching, writing and presenting the relevant news. 

There are further opportunities for the students to enrich their curriculum this term.  All students will take part in a five hour computer coding course, Miss Kent is organising a trip to the Tate Modern and Miss Pocock is taking students to see The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time at the Piccadilly Theatre.  We have a ‘Healthy Body, Healthy Mind’ drop down day and in the last week of term, the Wimbledon Parents’ Association are organising an International Evening where we get the opportunity to celebrate our culturally diverse school.  We hope the event will be supported by all of our families.

Next week is National Science Week and students can get involved by going to a workshop to dissect a heart or by entering the National poster competition.

Academic standards continue to be at the heart of what we do and I am delighted to announce that we have recruited all of our new teachers for September.  Outstanding teaching is crucial in ensuring outstanding outcomes for all the students and I am confident that the new teachers will make an excellent contribution to the academy.

Individual students continue to ‘make a difference’ to our school community by being kind, considerate and supporting each other.  They are growing up to be well rounded individuals with a highly developed social conscience.