Connect With the Hart Connect With the Hart – Issue 8 – 15 Jun 2018 In response to feedback received from parents and carers for improved communication between school and home, we have developed ‘Connect With The Hart’, a weekly newsletter which will be available via email and the school’s...
COMPETITION: We are opening a competition for students to design the front cover of The Hart School 2018/2019 student planner. The deadline is Monday 18th June and details can be found in the image below. ... See MoreSee Less
DONATION: If any year 11 student leaving this summer does not require their PE kit any more, we would be extremely grateful if you would be willing to donate it to the school by dropping it off at the Upper School reception ... See MoreSee Less
Year 11 Maths notification: Practise questions for Paper 3 are available to download from your Show My Homework account. Intervention will run Monday 3.10pm-4.10pm in UA26/29 and revision breakfast on Tuesday from 8am Upper school canteen. Thank-you ... See MoreSee Less
Child Sexual Exploitation is a real and current issue amongst our young people. At the Hart School we are trying to keep children safe, spot early signs and educate them to do so. Follow this link to learn more about what signs to look out for and where to find help.
Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award Parent Information Evening – Tuesday 12th June 1730-1800 - Lower School Hall. Please join us to find out what this brilliant award scheme can offer your child! Open to current Y8, Y9 & Y11. Students & Parents Welcome! ... See MoreSee Less
Students are expected to be in school as normal. Students will not be signed off until Fri 15 Jun once all qualifications have been completed including coursework for BTEC subjects.All students studying Graphics are expected to be in school all day on Mon 18 Jun for revision.
No time for breakfast?Don’t feel like breakfast?Need a chat to calm those last minute nerves?ReZolution is open 0800-0830. Come in have something to eat and drink; we have toast, tea, coffee and some moral support from Mrs Wagstaff and Mrs Merrien. ... See MoreSee Less
DOUBLES Winners: Daniel Lovell and Abbey Mills Runners up: Lee Ingram and Alfie Morton Held in the beautiful sunshine, each doubles pair were fighting it out in a round robin group for a chance to progress to the semi-finals. With three wins Lee Ingram and Alfie Morton finished as winners of group A and took on group B runners up Lewis Durant and Jake Sutton, but Lee’s overhead serves proved too powerful for the pair as Lee and Alfie scraped over the line to the final. The winners of group B, Daniel Lovell and Abbey Mills, took on the Runners up of group A Hannah Richardson and Zsofia Kollar and with Abbey producing some fantastic backhands, they too joined the final. The final itself was very close but Daniel and Abbey emerged winners 7,5 8,6. SINGLESWinner: Lee IngramRunner Up: Daniel Lovell The singles competition was one again held in beautiful weather, although this time in a straight knockout format, which although produced some shocks and yet again great tennis, still resulted in the top two seeds reaching the final to produce a replay of the Road to Wimbledon Final that was held last month. The final which went to three sets was without doubt the best tennis match we have seen at The Hart School. The attacking and defending from both players was phenomenal with both players not giving each other, any kind of a lead. With the score at 7-7 in the third set, it would be two clear points to win the Championship. With both players having Championship points, it came to Lee who finally strung two points together to take the third set 10-8 and win his first singles title at the Hart School. All the competitors deserved credit however, as all the wins and losses that came beforehand were taken in great sporting spirit and hopefully got their excitement racing for the WTA Birmingham Classic Event, where they will be going to watch the world’s top professional women tennis players, in the Quarterfinals on ‘centre court’ next month. ... See MoreSee Less
A huge Congratulations from Miss Dix to all 176 students last night who were nominated for a Sport Award in various activities. Students were rewarded for their performances in football, rugby, tennis, netball, karate, athletics, Skiing, & sports leadership. They were also nominations for outstanding contribution to extra curricular activities & most outstanding male and female sport performer. Can I personally thank Joe Clarke Gold medallist from the Rio 2016 Olympics who shared his truly amazing story with us all.