19:48 PM - 16 Oct 2018

Retweeted From Reed's School Cobham

Great to see the Fourth Form on their CCF Field Day and our Sixth Form pupils putting the pupils from Reed’s and Hinchley Wood through their paces

14:54 PM - 5 Oct 2018

Thank you for some great tennis, and well done to all who played!

13:08 PM - 5 Oct 2018

Retweeted From Simon Langton Sport

Langton are warming up for the doubles matches at the South East Regional Finals against After the singles, the scores are level at 2 a piece 🤞 🎾

20:11 PM - 2 Oct 2018

Retweeted From Music@StMaryStokeDab

Do join us and listen to HWS School yr 9 students Ella, Natasha and William singing in our special Harvest Festival Choral Evensong on 14 October at 6pm. Glorious music by Ayleward, Purcell, Stanford, Elgar, Sullivan and Orlando Gibbons.

12:00 PM - 28 Sep 2018

Surrey Heads United at the WorthLess? Today they marched on Downing Street for adequate funding for all schools.

13:18 PM - 26 Sep 2018

Today is our Open Evening for prospective parents for next year. Please do come to look around, ask questions and see all of the things that we think make our school so special!

13:11 PM - 26 Sep 2018

Retweeted From HWSMFL

Well done to all of our students who made cakes to celebrate - some amazing decoration! Here's just some of them!

08:54 AM - 25 Sep 2018

Retweeted From HWSMFL

Our Language Ambassadors are looking forward to welcoming Y6 students from celebrating tomorrow's !

19:01 PM - 24 Sep 2018

Retweeted From Amit P

Really informative and useful Friday with several workshops on . Massive thanks to Anna and the team - the PGCE students had lots of take away practical tips.

14:12 PM - 21 Sep 2018

Great turnout for our first of the year watching - the picture quality on our new projection system is incredible - and we still have space for more viewers next week! Also, why not join our Film Club online? You can request future films. Details from Mr H!

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Posted on: 26/11/2017

EXTREME READING . . . under water winner!

Joe Christmas, Year 8, is the very worth winner of the Extreme Reading challenge!

English teacher Miss Greene and the English department recently set the students and staff of Hinchley Wood a challenge - to be photographed reading in EXTREME situations.

There have been some interesting entries ranging from sitting in a 'room' built of books and laying in a bed of cardboard boxes, to reading to a goat and standing in the snow....on skis!

All great ideas to promote the pleasure of reading!