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1 month ago

Harington School
To escape the stresses and strains of A level examinations the Year 13 students were treated to Afternoon Tea. It was a delightful way for them to spend their final Friday afternoon together. Thank you to the Catering Team for putting on such an amazing selection of cakes, scones, blondies and drinks.#haringtonschool #year13 #afternoontea ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Harington School
Year 13, as you embark on the next stage of your academic journey and approach your exams, I want to take a moment to wish you all the very best of luck.You have worked tirelessly over the past few years to get to this point, and you should all feel incredibly proud. You have demonstrated dedication, perseverance, and a strong work ethic, and I have no doubt that you will go on to achieve great things in your future endeavours.Remember that success is not just about getting good grades. It is also about developing resilience, problem-solving skills, and the ability to work collaboratively. These qualities will serve you well throughout your life, no matter what path you choose to take.So, as you sit down to take your exams, take a deep breath, stay focused, and give it your all. Believe in yourself, trust in your abilities, and remember that you are capable of achieving anything you set your mind to.I wish you all the best for the future, and I look forward to celebrating your success with you.Oliver Teasel, Head of School ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Harington School
History students have finished their British Experience of Warfare trip and are now heading for the ferry. On their final day they began with a visit to Langemarck Cemetary where they learnt more about the German position in the war and linked to the famous visit by Hitler during 1940. From there students went to the Passchendaele Museum where they learnt of the horrific conditions during the battle and how the British learnt to break the trench deadlock. Outside the museum they were lucky to have a talk through the weaponry of the war such as the Lee Enfield Rifle and the Lewis Machine Gun. Students had a great ending to the tour where they went to Tyne Cot Memorial where Year 12 student, Oliver visited the grave of one of his relatives. Harington students participated in a wreath laying ceremony to conclude the tour.#haringtonschool #WW1 #tynecotmemorial #LearningJourney ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Harington School
Day 2 of the British Experience of Warfare: Students explored Ypres, delving into WW1 adaptations. From Messines Ridge to Bayernwald Trenches, they learned about new technologies and trench life. Hill 60 showcased mining’s impact, and gas dangers were highlighted. After chocolate shopping and bowling in Ypres, they ended with a poignant Last Post Ceremony at the Menin Gate.#HaringtonSchool #WW1 #Ypres #BritishExperienceofWarfare ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Harington School
The Greenpower team have been busy applying the knowledge they have gained from the materials and mechanics topics in Physics, by constructing the school’s second electric car. The initial chassis is now complete. Just four wheels, a motor, two batteries, an aerodynamic carbon fibre body and some electronics needed to complete their scratch-built car. Once the team have recruited a brave driver, they will be ready for racing.#HaringtonSchool #Greenpower2024 ... See MoreSee Less
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