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11+ Open Morning

(only for children who are in Year 6)


  • Wednesday 5 October 2016

  • Wednesday 2 November 2016


Open Morning on Wednesday 5 October is now fully booked

  

Thank you

Exam Results

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NEW A*/A RECORD FOR 2016 A LEVELS & GCSEs

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Welcome to the Harrodian School's website. I hope it provides a helpful and informative introduction to the school and will encourage you to visit us and meet our wonderful pupils and their teachers.

The Harrodian is an exciting, vibrant and high-achieving learning environment that lays firm academic foundations for our pupils and prepares them for a positive and confident transition into the adult world. Pupils are inspired to succeed and excel in all levels of their academic studies, as well as to develop a broad range of interests and skills. The school is a friendly and warm educational community, which encourages pupils' individuality whilst providing a unique environment in which to foster close and long-lasting friendships.

Founded in 1993, the Harrodian School has grown from a small school of 65 pupils to our current intake of 990 pupils as of September 2015. Class sizes are approximately 22 and all pupils have both a Form Tutor and Head of Year to look after them and oversee their academic and personal well-being. The school's success and popularity can be attributed, in part, to our excellent academic results, state-of-the-art facilities and beautiful grounds and to the range of choice and opportunity available to each child.

We are careful to employ passionate and dedicated specialist teachers and support staff who work together to offer Harrodians an all-round, balanced and stimulating education.

You can learn more about the Harrodian by browsing this website. The only real way to experience the Harrodian spirit, however, is to visit us. We invite you to join one of our tours, to meet our dynamic staff and, above all, our pupils. They are our finest ambassadors and will speak enthusiastically of what the Harrodian means to them.

I look forward to meeting you.

James Hooke

Headmaster

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This year’s Prefect Dinner, organised by Rosie Goodchild (U6) and Emma Cleevely (U6), was held at Cutlers’ Hall, home to one of the Livery Companies of the City of London formed in the 13th century.  Read more...

 

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Harrodian Battle of the Bands, an annual songwriting competition organised by the Music Department, never fails to be one of the highlights of the School calendar. Read More...