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between-shades-of-greyBetween Shades of Grey                  by Buta Sepetys

Set in 1941 in Russia, this extraordinary and haunting story is based on first-hand family accounts and memories from survivors. It follows a group of refugees as they hauled from their homes and deported to Siberia.


“This book show the cold harsh truth about war and labour camps” – Erik

“A fascinating book - I could really imagine the lives of the refugees and their stubbornness to survive. I could see Lina sitting in the filth with her mother and brother, wondering if she would ever see her father, cousin or friend again.” – Rose

“….the powerful descriptions brought each scene alive. It also taught me a lot.” - Grace



Everybody Jam                    by Ali Lewis

Danny Dawson lives with his family in the middle of the Australian outback. His older brother was killed in an accident last year, his 14 year old sister is pregnant, a pommie has come to help out, it is the time for the annual muster, the drought continues and the cracks are beginning to show …..


“Very entertaining and well-written. It made me laugh as well as sad. I did not want it to end.” - Jose

“A very different life with and entertaining twist” - Erik



 Trash                      by Andy Mulligan


Three friends Raphael, Gardo and Rat live on a heap of trash and spend their lives sifting rubbish. One day they find a deadly secret and from that moment on they are hunted without mercy.


“A brilliant read. I liked the way it was written from the different character’s points of view” - Luke

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In December our Pre-Prep staff ran the Santa race at Richmond Park and raised £1,750 in aid of the Princess Alice Hospice. Our 14s and 15s pupils also thought about how they could make it a warmer winter for others, as they bought and wrapped presents for women and children at Sutton Women’s Centre.  Read more...


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Harrodian’s third annual Film Festival showcased films that were created, produced and directed entirely by pupils in the 13s and above. A total of ten films were shortlisted and shown on a cinema screen in the Theatre in front of an expert judging panel. Read More...