I am delighted to announce our third successful reaccreditation of the year!
Following our successful reaccreditation as a Microsoft Showcase School and further to the hard work of our Green Team, the second award of the Green Flag, we have this week been re-accredited as a Healthy School at GOLD! We remain the only secondary school in the Wiltshire area to hold gold status. A big thank you and well done to colleagues and pupils who have worked so hard to ensure that our work in these areas is recognised in the wider community.
Year 7 have had a fantastic week at Liddington and I would like to thank Chris Winter, Lorraine Young and the Year 7 Team for providing our pupils with such an amazing opportunity.
Click here to read the reports on:
- last week’s Year 7 rugby match against Clarendon School by Tom Dellar
- last week’s Year 10 rugby match against Clarendon School
- this week’s U16 netball tournament
- this week’s U14 netball tournament (A and B teams)
- this week’s KS4 rugby match against Devizes score
Congratulations to Year 7 pupils Florence Hayes and Isabelle Armstrong who both swim for Calne Alpha 4 Synchronised Swimming team. Last weekend, they competed at the swim England South West Region Level 2/3 Figures and Routine competition in Plymouth. In the team routine event, they won a bronze medal and in the individual figures competition grade Isabelle won a gold medal competing against 41 other girls.
Netball team 7B won last week’s match against Malmesbury 7-3. We apologise for this error.
Bath & Wiltshire Parent
You may have picked up a copy of The Bath & Wiltshire Parent from Hardenhuish Reception. They also have a new Instagram page, which, along with their website and Facebook page, is a great way for families in the region to receive news and events updates. See http://thebathandwiltshireparent.co.uk/ for more details.
Youth Leadership Forum, Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst
One of our Year 10 pupils, Aanya Verma, was invited to attend the Youth Leadership Forum at Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst on 27 September. This was a proud moment for Aanya, her family and Hardenhuish School. Aanya excelled herself during the day, with group leaders expressing how impressed they had been with her. Aanya has now been invited to further events and we look forward to hearing of her future successes. Well Done Aanya!
What’s On Information
Week Beginning: 8 October 2018
Wednesday 10 October
Mental Health Day – #helloyellow
Whole School Parent Information, Advice & Guidance meeting – E Safety – 7 pm Peter Thompson Hall