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27/01/21

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! https://t.co/MCx6EAR5bj

26/01/21

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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: https://t.co/1vE0gd29wL https://t.co/kKjP7jTubc

25/01/21

Artists of the Month https://t.co/JkzoeRAF9y

25/01/21

An amazing photo of the Academy in the snow taken by Szymon in Year 7! https://t.co/xcsqxRjcjf

22/01/21

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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! https://t.co/CFx9UGJc15

21/01/21

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.

21/01/21

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Why not head to park and use the home court app to beat Ms Timmins’ basketball shooting high score https://t.co/prQ04rEQJf

20/01/21

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It didn’t take long. Well done to Aaron in year 9 with a new high score of 530 https://t.co/j3X80i3gEW

20/01/21

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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 ! https://t.co/PwM9hXZLTJ

19/01/21

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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!

18/01/21

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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! https://t.co/WuFRdE7XMm

15/01/21

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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. https://t.co/dxKAqoJ2f8

14/01/21

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! https://t.co/jrqd5AprUH

13/01/21

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. https://t.co/RplcPoF7qY

13/01/21

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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? https://t.co/sT0LjgPiWg https://t.co/GW30GSojhk https://t.co/2HaLgSltF1

07/01/21

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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!

06/01/21

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.

16/12/20

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. https://t.co/lOVF1ad3Eh

16/12/20

Merry Christmas from our Year 9 musicians! https://t.co/ldmh8q1zvJ

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Posted on January 8th 2021

Newsletter 08/01/21

Happy New Year to you all.  It has been an interesting first week to the new year.  We all left for the Christmas holidays thinking we would be back together in January, then in the middle of the holidays we thought we would have remote education for two weeks, and then found out on Monday that we will have remote education for the first half term.  In addition, we are all aware of the increased number of coronavirus cases in London.  For me, the most important thing is that we all stay safe and well and look after each other in these challenging circumstances.  We anticipated that we may have to switch to remote learning at some point in the year and so we were ready to go with all of our systems.  I hope all of your children have managed to access their lessons; I know the majority have, as I have had really positive feedback from the teachers about how well students have engaged in this new way of working.  I must pay tribute to the teachers who have adapted their lessons in a very short amount of time.  We are committed to providing an outstanding education at all times.  There may be some teething issues so please bear with us but as soon as we know there is an issue, we quickly resolve it.  Now we know that the period of remote education has been extended from two weeks until at least six weeks, we will begin to introduce some house competitions and extracurricular activities that students can choose to do if they would like to.  Students should be focused on their school work from 8.30am – 3pm everyday and then they must turn off their screens and I suggest get some fresh air and exercise between 3pm and 4pm.  We are always here to help anyone in our community, so if you require any help or support, please do not hesitate to contact us.  Please stay safe and well.  Warm regards, Mrs Larizadeh

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