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14/05/21

Retweetd From HAWI Library

Library lessons this week involve discussing the Carnegie Medal shortlisted titles, using the cover, blurb and first page as the starting point. Today's class favoured "The Girl Who Speaks Bear", but there's been a wide range of winners across the different classes. https://t.co/cdfRQylIpx

13/05/21

7 Gibson presented an excellent assembly on Caring for the Environment where they shared some facts and some top tips on how we can do better to care for the environment in our own lives. https://t.co/IYtdJwUkOf

13/05/21

Fantastic display created by students in Spanish Club about Spanish in the world https://t.co/BsuLh9oW1n

13/05/21

Retweetd From HAWI Library

House Reading Challenge update: Butler took over the lead from Nelson but only just. It is incredibly close at the top of the league and much can change before the next results are announced after the half-term break. https://t.co/J05SAALjla

11/05/21

A huge thank you to Jack and Aaliyah from for their inspiring presentation about life at the University of Oxford. Our Philosophers loved hearing from you and can’t wait to apply!

07/05/21

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Our students have borrowed 318 fiction books during the first three weeks of the summer term! Keep up with the reading! https://t.co/hKjtoNcGMd

06/05/21

Some of our students have been completing Constructions and Tarsia puzzles as part of their Maths lessons recently. Keep up the excellent work! https://t.co/uYLTdxySiS

06/05/21

Year 8 students have been working on composing some music to represent a villain character in a film. Sanjay, Toshe and Jacob's composition is sounding great so far! https://t.co/CFl8jU4LwE

05/05/21

This week in Enrichment, they put these skills to the test with various team building and problem solving games. https://t.co/H3M9ijXJgi

05/05/21

On the upcoming Duke of Edinburgh expedition’s for Year 9, students will be working in groups to navigate and walk for 2 days with an overnight camp. Their key to success will be good communication, resilience and motivating peers in order to overcome the challenge as a group!

04/05/21

Retweetd From HAWI Library

Year 7 showing off their research skills in library lesson - absolutely brilliant effort and team work! https://t.co/zZaYJRorlA

29/04/21

This week in Science: Year 9 had a hands-on opportunity to learn about the circulatory system by dissecting hearts! https://t.co/mHzMlH8fWt

28/04/21

Congratulations to the students below for entering the Linguachef competition with such great international dishes! https://t.co/UtCUeZk07e

28/04/21

Some photos of fantastic student work in Latin! https://t.co/EwCwbydebQ

28/04/21

Year 7 bringing Ancient Roman Theatre to HAWI https://t.co/FauX9B7Zzp

28/04/21

Retweetd From Harris Wimbledon PE

Volleyball club has over 20 students who stay after Enrichment, 4-5pm, always keen to learn and improve 🏐 https://t.co/lpKYtJ6dym

28/04/21

Retweetd From Harris Wimbledon PE

Students came out of their first gymnastics session ‘beam-ing’ as they tried out the new equipment. Looking forward to using the uneven bars! Great effort 👏🏽 https://t.co/pifgoDGcd2

25/03/21

Year 9 students worked exceptionally well, learning how to put up a tent as part of their Duke of Edinburgh Award! https://t.co/cF38BDWEni

25/03/21

This week in Science: while studying the topic of light Year 7 had the amazing opportunity to dissect eyes which has helped them to understand their structure and how we see. https://t.co/wdIYPrrTYj

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Student Guidelines

Student Guidelines for attending the academy from the 8th March 2021

The health and wellbeing of students and staff are our most important priority.  The student guidelines are summary of the risks assessments that we have in place.  Risk assessments are regularly updated in line with new government guidance.  A full copy of the risk assessment is available on our website and you will find a link here.  If students are displaying any symptoms associated with COVID -19, they must not attend the Academy. Please follow the link to see the symptoms of COVID-19.  

  1. Students and staff will take two lateral flow tests each week.
  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.
  3. Students should 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 therefore, on PE/extracurricular sport days, students should wear their PE Kit with their shoes and 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 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 within their year group bubble unless they are moving around the academy between lessons.
  8. Students should always wear face masks inside the academy buildings unless they can socially distance by 2m, or are taking part in physical activity and directed by the teacher to remove the mask.  If face masks are removed, the correct procedure should be implemented.  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. 
  10. Students must follow the expectations in the behaviour policy.
  11. Students must have their own equipment and ensure all their exercise books have a plastic cover.

Equipment List

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 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.  The school covers 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.

Compass.

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. Visitors are restricted and only permitted to attend at their designated time.
  4. An extra cleaner has been employed so that toilets and high touch areas can be regularly cleaned during the day.
  5. Extra dining tables have been purchased so students can eat outside.