From Monday 2nd November the catering department will be able to accept cashless payment’s for replacement dinner cards. New cards cost £2.50.
Taking payment this way will not affect the daily spend limits set on the student accounts.
To top up your cashless catering account we ask you to use WisePay. The payments from WisePay take around 15 minutes to arrive on the cashless account except over meal service times where the payment is held until after the service. Please ensure your account is topped up in advance if you need to use it.
The first English Celebration Evening of the year was a success! Well done to our talented students in Year 7, 8 and 9 for the amazing work they have done this half term. Thank you to the families and friends who came to support students. We look forward to welcoming you again in the future!
Wednesday 21 October saw Year 7 girls Netball team travel to Manningtree. With some great passing and moving from Elise Wescomb, Neve Griggs and Katy Reason saw them feed the ball through to Amy Passmore to put them 1-0 up. Manningtree then scored two in the second quarter to put us 2-1 down. In the third and fourth quarters the play sped up and saw some excellent defending from Lecolleen Klaas and Raquel Da Silva Williams. Although some excellent play was displayed unfortunately the final score was 10-6 to Manningtree.
Outstanding skills and effort achieved in a painting homework learning task by Art students in Mrs Craigies 8f2 group, with a special acknowledgement of Caitlin Almond, Jasmine Baalham and Annabel Dace.
The Year 7 Rugby team played their 4th game of the domestic league season away at Manningtree. In damp cold conditions the boys set out to keep up their 100% winning start. The game started scrappy with both teams guilty of giving possession up easily. Harwich started to then dominate the game with Lucas Low, Joe Henderson and Cameron Burgeman stepping up to take control. This resulted in the first try courtesy of Alex Ashworth. Harwich then never looked back and went into half time 4 tries up with Ioan Woodward adding 2 and Alex Ashworth adding a further one to his impressive record. The second half started with Harwich on top, Joe Sewell, Matt Morgan and Jenson Adams were dominating the middle of the field allowing Harvey Bennett to almost score. Nevertheless, Harwich went onto score 3 more tries 1 through Ioan Woodward, 1 Alex Ashworth and the final one through Harrison Hunt. This is Harrison’s first try within the league and coincides with his man of the match performance. Overall the boys were happy with their performance, scoring 7 tries and not conceding. We now look forward to entertaining Clacton in the final league game.