Presentation Evening took place Thursday 15th December. A list of award and prize winners can be found in the attached programme Awards-Evening-Programme-2016.pdf – 477 KB. Images can be viewed using the link. https://www.hdhs.org.uk/about/galleries/presentation-awards-evening-2016/
Archive for December, 2016
Winner – Janie Olive 10VCL – £10 voucher & chocolate selection box
Runner up – Nicole Malcolm 7VDC – Chocolate selection box
This half term Year 8 students have been studying A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens; our focus last half term was Gothic Literature. Presentations took place and Students’ work was also on display to showcase their achievements over the last term. Some students presented their work, using the skills that they have acquired this term.
Gabrielle Williams took part in a friendly inter county squash match between Essex, Kent and Middlesex on Sunday 4th December 2016 at Connaught Squash Club in Chingford.
HDHS is introducing a fantastic new way to share information with parents, by making the best use of smart phone technology. Further details and links to the download pages can be found here:Introduction-to-MyEd-Parent-App.pdf – 180 KB
Tickets for Christmas Dinner are available on WisePay https://www.wisepay.co.uk/store/generic/template.asp…
FSM Students can collect their ticket from Andrew Leech at break times in the Lighthouse.
Please find attached the names of students that have been selected to become L2L Ambassadors.
7WPG- Abigail Broom, Ellie Chaseley & Tommy Moore
7VDC- Nicole Malcom, Lillybet Fontain & Gabrielle
7ANE- Mille Wildney & Sam Smith …
7WBEN- Chloe Brand
7VSF- Victoria Fraser
7ADN- Sam Mahon
7HTW- Dan Barham & Isabella Mccreadie
The Book Service (Fretting) Ltd, donated a selection of children’s books to Harwich and Dovercourt High School. Library manager Andrew Dace said, ‘Thanks to The Book Service’s generosity, our pupils now have even more books to choose from. By reading, pupils can improve their reading age and their vocabulary. This is an important factor not only during school and exams, but in their adult life as well’.