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Harrow Way Community School

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Harrow Way Community School
Address

, ,
SP10 4LW

Coordinates51°13′00″N 1°30′04″W / 51.2167°N 1.5012°W / 51.2167; -1.5012Coordinates: 51°13′00″N 1°30′04″W / 51.2167°N 1.5012°W / 51.2167; -1.5012
Information
TypeCommunity school
MottoLearning For Life, Succ For All
Religious affiliation(s)any
Local authorityHampshire
Department for Education URN116431 Tables
OfstedReports
ChairMr. L. Cherrington
HeadteacherMr. M. Serridge
Genderall
Age11 to 16
Capacity900
Website

Harrow Way Community School is a coeducational community secondary school. It is located on the historic Harrow Way in Andover, in the English county of Hampshire.[1]

It is administered by Hampshire County Council which coordinates the schools admissions. Harrow Way has also gained specialist status as a Maths and Computing College. The school offers GCSEs, BTECs and other level 1 and 2 courses as programmes of study for pupils.[2]

History

Harrow Way School was opened in September 1967.

Heads:

  • 1967-88: Alan Garner
  • 1988-2004: Chris Overton
  • 2004-11: Charlie Currie
  • 2011-12: Mark Warren, acting head
  • 2012–Present: Michael Serridge

Ofsted judgements

The school was visited by Ofsted in 1995, 2000, 2002, 2007, 2013 & 2017. The most recent judgement gave the school a 'Good' rating. In 2015, Harrow Way was one of the fifty most improved schools in England.[citation needed]

Trivia

Pupils from Harrow Way Community School were used as extras for the 1981 BBC television series Codename Icarus.[citation needed]

References

  1. ^ "Harrow Way Community School". Harrowway.hants.sch.uk. Retrieved 26 October 2013.
  2. ^ Curriculum September 5th, 2013 (5 September 2013). "Harrow Way Community School » Curriculum". Harrowway.hants.sch.uk. Retrieved 26 October 2013.

External links


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