15:40 PM - 17 Nov 2017

We're extremely excited to be welcoming back to HWS next week to deliver more LGBT equality workshops to students - Year 7 are first up on Monday followed by 6th Formers on Tues & Wed. Thanks to for kindly funding this.

12:52 PM - 15 Nov 2017

Auschwitz Information Evening tonight (15.11.17) is cancelled. Apologies for any inconvenience.

23:25 PM - 14 Nov 2017

Retweeted From Esher High PE Dept

A successful Year 8 Sportshall Athletics last night! Well done to girls and boys on winning! Here’s a little clip from the evening! Well done to all involved

12:13 PM - 14 Nov 2017

On Nov 28 & 29th students will attempt, and hopefully, complete a 5km run around the school grounds to fund raise for The Movember Foundation which raises awareness of the risks of cancer for men/boys and mental health issues. Please remember to donate

20:04 PM - 13 Nov 2017

Retweeted From Helena Bryant

Lots of your students as scouts and explorers also did the school proud.

11:47 AM - 12 Nov 2017

Our musicians and singers performed excellently this morning at the service in Hinchley Wood Gardens, with James AH playing the last post and students laying a wreath and doing a reading.

23:29 PM - 7 Nov 2017

So far Y10&Y11 have watched 6304 pods on - amazing. Keep it going! We're currently 10th in the

15:37 PM - 25 Oct 2017

Heading back to Tegel airport after our last day in Berlin

15:19 PM - 24 Oct 2017

After a great walking tour this morning, we're now at the Olympic Stadium

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Posted on: 18/05/2017

Bands Battle it Out at Hinchley Wood

A real Battle of the Bands was witnessed at a special concert hosted by a group of Year 10 BETEC students on Friday 12 May.

All aspects of the event were organised by the students from coming up with the idea, pitching to Mr Bartlett, arranging refreshments and finally staging the concert; they also raised £200 for the Anthony Nolan charity in the process!

Five accomplished bands from Years 8, 9 and 10 performed in the competition, which culminated in a nail-biting audience vote to decide the winner, which, after much deliberation was Year 12 soul and blues band The Motive.

The Motive, comprising Nate Brazier (lead vocals and sax), Max Elliott (keyboard and vocals), Jamie Royle (drums), Oscar Williams (lead guitar) and Ned Woodcock (bass guitar), have been making music together for just over a year. The talented young musicians performed their debut gig last year at the Vera Fletcher Hall, as a support act to the highly-acclaimed Beatles4EverUK tribute band. Since then, they have been warmly received at several local venues.  As a prize for their win the band will be appearing live on stage at the 26th annual Surbiton Festival in September.

They will also be supporting Beatles4EverUK again at Imbercourt on Friday 7 July 2017. Tickets available from or text 07886 665493.