With the world’s tropical rainforests slightly too far away for a day trip, Harrow Way Community School Year 8 Geographers instead found themselves exploring Kew Gardens historic Palm House. Considered to be the most important surviving Victorian iron and glass structure in the world, the Palm House proved to be the perfect backdrop for the Harrow Way students to discover the tropical rainforest.

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For more information on any of the clubs, speak to Mr Haysom or a member of PE Staff.

The whole school was involved in our annual sports day on Monday 11th July. There was amazing effort & commitment from our students to a wide variety of sports, including tennis, javelin, shot put, long jump, track races and the climbing dyno challenge. Unfortunately the day was cut short in the afternoon due to a heavy rain outburst, so the relay races didn’t take place. A gallery of pictures can be viewed here and the results will be announced soon.

Lecturers from all areas as well as student support are on hand to speak about courses, career paths and financial support. Our enthusiastic students will also be around to discuss their experiences of what college life is like.

A happy and friendly atmosphere where children can grow to their full potential

Over the next two week our catering providers HC3S are providing our students with the best of British food being served at lunchtimes starting on Monday 19th September. Below are the upcoming menus!

Click the image to see the extensive range of sporting clubs and activities on offer to students.

On Thursday evening, the year 8 football team travelled to Warblington School , Havant in a tight game where the lead changed hands on many occasions. Harrow Way eventually won 5-4. Dylan Willard scored one goal and Fin Belbin scored 4! Aston Mussell was man of the match for a dominating display in midfield.

Whether you are a school leaver, mature learner looking for career development or looking for an apprenticeship, our Open Evenst provide the perfect opportunity for potential students and their families to take a look at our industry standard facilities and speak with our passionate staff.

Congratulations to all the students from Year 9 & 10 who were awarded prizes at Monday Evening’s Presentation Evening. Prizes were presented for Effort & Attitude and Progress in each subject area and Head of Year Awards were presented for Contribution, Personal Achievement and Attendance.

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A number of curriculum areas delivered flawless results with Business Studies achieving 100% A*-C; Computer Technology 100% A*-C; ECDL* 100% A*-C and Computer Science 75% A*-C. Performing and Visual Arts continue to be a real strength at Harrow Way with Art, Dance and Drama all achieving an incredible 100% pass rate. High grade passes were also impressive with 54% A/A* in Art, 46% A*/A in Dance, 35% A*/A in Drama and Music achieving 83% A*-C. Read more…

Our school is a non-denominational Infant School for boys and girls aged 4-7 years old. Children at Balksbury Infant School learn to develop in a caring atmosphere where there are high expectations of both work and behaviour. They enjoy their learning within a bright stimulating environment. Educational standards at the school are excellent and this was confirmed by our recent Ofsted Inspection.

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The Student Leadership Team was also introduced, as well as senior prefects who each received a certificate. Pictures can be viewed here.

Our students progress to some of the top universities in the UK… find out where!