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November 2020

  • KS4 PPEs

    Published 26/11/20

    We wish Year 10 and 11 good luck as KS4 PPEs (pre-public examinations) begin on the 30th November. Year 11 will sit PPEs in all subjects over a two week period. These will be marked with feedback and grades will be given when we return after Christmas. These outcomes will be shared with parents in the first report in January. Although Year 10 will be not sitting a full PPE series, they will be having assessesments during this period. Again, these outcomes will be shared with parents in January. 

    In addition to the PPEs, Year 11 will be completing their Sixth Form and College applications before the end of term. We would encourage all learners and parents to visit the school website for more information on what Harrow High Sixth Form has to offer and check the entry requirements.

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  • Votes for Schools - Results

    Published 26/11/20

    See the latest vote results for Guinness World Records Days. Next week's VoteTopic: Are we too influenced by the US?

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  • Computer Science - Code Club

    Published 20/11/20

    This half-term, Mr Feleppa has re-launched Code Club and is delighted to see so many returning and new faces coming to C7 once a week to practice coding.  Throwing some extra thinking time at this subject is a great way to be successful in it, and this extra hour of code per week will have an enormous impact when it comes to GCSE & A Level Computer Science.  For example, the Y12 A Level CS class who attended Code Club are now coding at a very high level.  Another example, the Y9 students who attend Code Club are all looking to achieve a grade 9 at GCSE CS, and are already coding at that level.

    Each year group now has their own designated day when they attend Code Club

    Monday—Year 7





    All are welcome, and we hope to see you there


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  • Sixth Form News

    Published 19/11/20

    It's a very busy time in the Sixth Form. Students are currently working hard revising for their PPEs which will be taking place next week. Each student has been given a timetable that states when their exam is.  Currently 18 UCAS applications have been sent off, with 12 conditional offers already been given. A special congratulations to Eboni who has received conditional offers for all 5 of her university choices. Well done. 

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  • Votes for Schools

    Published 10/11/20

    See the latest vote results on climate change and The Big Screen and Cinemas. This week's vote topic  is looking at World Records and personal ones.  Could you break a record? 

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November 2020