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Design skills of HAWI pupils are far from locked down! Despite the significant challenge of learning a practical subject virtually, the HAWI DT pupils have produced some fantastic work!


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HAWI's Book of the Week will whisk you away to a desert island. It is a tale of pirates, treachery and heroism. No need to buy or borrow, you can read it here:


Artists of the Month


An amazing photo of the Academy in the snow taken by Szymon in Year 7!


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We received so many wonderful entries for the October half-term House competition, which tied in with Black History Month. Some of them are now on display in the library, they are too good not to share. HAWI students' imagination and creativity really is something else!


The Lower Academy Players had their first virtual extra-curricular club yesterday and have started to plan the re-telling of Rapunzel. We are hoping to put something together over the next few weeks and share this exciting new version with you.


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Why not head to park and use the home court app to beat Ms Timmins’ basketball shooting high score


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It didn’t take long. Well done to Aaron in year 9 with a new high score of 530


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I challenge you to beat my score! If you do either tweet us back or send an email of your video to Mr Riches. There are prizes to be won !


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Congratulations to Rutherford who won last half-term's House Reading Challenge with an impressive 28 book reviews! Also, congratulations to 7 Gibson who submitted the most Word of the Week entries by far and earned bonus points for their House. Well done!


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Sport House Challenges this week: Couch to 5k- week 1- complete a 1km run and complete the submission form sent to students via email. Agility challenge- see video for example. Complete a as many as you can in a minute! Entry = points . Participation is key!


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Students who are working in school have been enjoying time to get active in many sports, including Dance, Trampolining, Basketball and Table Tennis.


Year 8 student, Asiyah, has gone above and beyond with her tonal practicing. Look how her block shading has depicted the shiny, reflective surfaces. Well done Asiyah!


Even though we haven’t managed to go to the theatre this year and we can’t wait for them to be back open, we are very thankful for this brilliant resource, Digital Theatre Plus. In our Drama and English lessons we have been able to watch some exciting theatre with the students.


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The HAWI Canon display is up! You can read nine of its titles for free online. Which one are you going to read next?


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Happy 2021! The physical library is closed but we are lucky to live in an age when we have access to a wealth of brilliant books online. Please contact Ms Nylinder if you need tips and advice on what to read and where to find it!


Our physical gates must remain closed to most students, but our staff are only ever a phone call or email away; please do not hesitate to ask for our help or support if you need it. Teachers are following the normal school timetable and are teaching ‘live’ lessons.


House groups will be given their own time capsule which will be buried in the academy grounds for students to open in 50 years! Students need to decide what they would like to place in them.


Merry Christmas from our Year 9 musicians!

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Latest News

Posted on October 9th 2020

Newsletter 09/10/20

Arrangements for moving into the new build.

As I explained last week, students will have a remote learning day on Friday 16th October to enable us to pack up the buildings ready for the removal company on Monday 19th October.  Please ensure your child understands that this is a working day and half term begins at 3pm!

During the first week after half term, each year group will attend for an orientation day of the new building.  At all the other times between 8.30am and 3pm, students should be at home completing remote learning.  Please see the separate section of the newsletter about how to access work through our Virtual School.



Monday 2nd November: 11.20am - 3pm. Year 9 in school, years  7 & 8 working remotely

Tuesday 3rd November: 11.20am - 3pm . Year 8 in school, years 7 & 9 working remotely

Wednesday 4th November: 10.20am - 3pm. Year 7 in school, years 8 & 9 working remotely

Thursday 5th November: Year 7 arrive at 8.15am, year 8 arrive at 8.45am and year 9 arrive at 9.15am

Friday 6th November: All students start at 8.25am


I understand that students have already had a significant amount of time at home in the last 6 months but it is important that we allow time for students to understand how the entrances/exits and routes around the building will work for each bubble.  Teachers will ensure that students have plenty of work to complete during this time and please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

As we have been unable to open our doors for our Prospective Parents Evening, we have made a film to show the community how wonderful our school is.  Your sons and daughters make our academy a very happy place.  If you get chance, please click on the link    to watch it.

Due to the move, this will be the last Newsletter of the half term.  I would like to thank you for all your continued support and wish you an enjoyable half term.

Best wishes,

Mrs Larizadeh