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All HAWI students will get a World Book Day £1 token on our first day back in school. Please let Ms Nylinder know if you would like yours before then, as we can arrange an electronic version.


Congratulations to the Grayson Perry Art Group on their submissions to the National Art Challenge this week. Here are just a few of the pieces they have created in response to this week's theme: Food.


Celebrating outstanding homework in Design Technology. I am proud to share our first display, promoting outstanding homework produced by Year 8 & 9 students. They were challenged to research an art movement or designer who has influenced design over the past century.


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Our next House Challenge celebrates books! Send Ms Nylinder a photo of you hiding behind a book you enjoyed reading (write the book details on a piece of paper if you don't have the book at home). Include a sentence to describe what kind of read your book is. Deadline: We 3 March


HAWI Science Week 8th-12th March - Science week is a celebration of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. We have organised a fantastic week of fun activities to encourage all students to engage with science beyond the curriculum.


Just a reminder we are closed tomorrow (Friday 12th February) for INSET day and will reopen after half term on Monday 22nd February. Have a relaxing half term.


Following on from the leftover challenge last week; students were also encouraged to design a menu which teaches others how to make the most out of leftover food found in the fridge, cupboard or freezer.


Although the snow has been falling this week, our pupils’ creativity and enthusiasm certainly has not! Congratulations to Sara, Chase and Peter who made the most of their off-screen challenge time in Art and captured these brilliant photographs.


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Angie Thomas has a new book out and you can hear her talk about it on the Radio 2 Book Club on Thursday!


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Harris Academy Wimbledon is an outstanding growing academy with students currently in years 7-9. We are looking to appoint a passionate and enthusiastic PE and Dance Teacher.


This week in Drama students are performing and recording their monologues they have been working on and uploading them to a new platform we are using, called Flipgrid, their aim is to “Empower every voice”. It has been a joy to watch the students’ performances so far, well done!


Students have been thinking creatively during the Perry Art Club in lockdown 3.0. Here are a few of the many pieces that were submitted in response to last week's theme: Family.


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Our Carnegie shadowing judging panel didn't get a chance to show off our review skills last year due to the first lockdown. This year we will! The HAWI Shadowers is officially registered to vote for the Shadowers’ Choice Awards of the prestigious Carnegie Medal. Watch this space.


Students were given the challenge to make something to eat or drink with one of the following leftover’s: fruit, veg, cooked meat, bread, pasta, rice, potatoes, baked beans, milk/cream/yogurt, oats, crackers or even cheese. This could be a meal, snack, sauce, drink, dip or paste.


Members of HAWI band practicing Uptown Funk and The Wellerman at rehearsals today!


Year 9 students have been resourceful and creative in continuing their Skill, Physical and Volunteering sections at home for their Bronze Award! Aaryan has been learning new recipe’s for cooking as his Skill section, and it looks delicious!


Students have been working hard in Resistant Materials, here is some of the outstanding work they have produced this term.


In Drama lessons this week, students are rehearsing their monologues and will be uploading their performances to a new platform we are trying out - Flipgrid. We can’t wait to have you performing back in the Drama studio!

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Student Guidelines

The health and wellbeing of students and staff are our most important priority.  The student guidelines are summary of the extensive risks assessments that we have in place.  Risk assessments are regularly updated in line with new government guidance.  If you would like to see the full risk assessment or would like any further information, please do not hesitate to contact the academy via

  1. If students are displaying any symptoms associated with COVID -19, they must not attend the Academy.  
  2. We encourage all students attending to either cycle or walk to the academy. If students are coming by public transport, they must wear face coverings. Students must follow social distancing guidelines when travelling to/from school and when on the school site.
  3. Students must not congregate outside the school.  At the end of the school day, if the bus stops are busy, students will need to walk part of their journey home.
  4. Students should not enter the building without permission and must stay in their playground zone.
  5. Students should attend in full school uniform.  There are no changing facilities on site so on PE/extracurricular sport days, students should wear their PE Kit with their blazer.  Standards will remain high and students should attend in either full school uniform or PE Kit and not mix and match.  For Art and Technology, students should bring their own shirt, apron or overall to protect their uniform.  These don’t need to be any particular style or colour.
  6. Students are required to use the hand sanitiser on entry/exit to the academy, entry/exit to classrooms and before and after lunch.
  7. Students must stay strictly within their year group bubble.  There are separate entrances, dining halls, toilets and staircases for each bubble to use.
  8. Students should wear face masks in the corridors when moving between lessons.  Face masks should be removed in lessons using the correct procedure.  Face masks should be plain and not have patterns and text.  They can be any colour.  They should be masks with loops around the ears and not a covering like a scarf.
  9. Students must sit in their allocated seat and not enter the teacher’s area in the classroom.  Teachers will teach from their area and not move around the classroom unless it is for 15 minutes or less.
  10. Students must follow the expectations in the behaviour policy.
  11. Students must have their own equipment as resources cannot be shared.

Equipment List

It is crucial that students have their own equipment with them as they will not be able to share with each other.  In addition to the normal equipment list below, we need all students to have:

  1. A small bottle of hand sanitiser.
  2. A packet of tissues.
  3. A telescopic umbrella as students will not be allowed inside at break and lunch in light rain.

We also require students to cover their exercise books in clear covers so that they can be wiped down.  We have sourced A4 plastic book covers and you can either purchase them from us for £3.00 (10 plastic book covers) or purchase your own.  We will add £3.00 to ParentPay so please make the payment by 7th September if you would like us to provide them.  The school will cover the cost for Pupil Premium Students. 

All students must have a named refillable water bottle for their personal use only as there cannot be any sharing.  Please ensure this is full in the morning.

Students must have a pencil case with the following items:

Two blue ballpoint/rollerball pens or a blue ink pen with plenty of spare cartridges.

Two red ballpoint/rollerball pens.

Two HB pencils, an eraser and sharpener.

Colouring pencils.

30cm ruler.


Angle measurer/protractor

Glue stick

Students need to have a specific scientific calculator - Casio FX-83GTX.  These can be purchased directly from the school.

A reading book of choice must always be with students.

Further Health and Safety Procedures in place to protect students

  1. Tissues and hand sanitisers are available in every classroom.
  2. Where possible, all spaces are well ventilated by opening windows.
  3. Toilets have single use paper towel for drying hands.
  4. Visitors are restricted and only permitted to attend at their designated time.
  5. An extra cleaner has been employed so that toilets and high touch areas can be regularly cleaned during the day.
  6. Extra dining tables have been purchased so students can eat outside.