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Dr Parmley and Ms Reynolds organised a charity gig at the local pub the Bull’s Head. The money raised was donated to DebRA, a charity that supports people in the UK who suffer from the genetic skin blistering condition epidermolysis bullosa.

Mr Reza Beyad, Chair of the Harrodian Schools' Parent Association (HSPA) and Dr Parmley organise Art Competition at Halcyon Gallery in Mayfair.

More than a year ago, we visited the Kids Company building on Blackfriars Road and were overwhelmed and moved by their Shoebox Living Exhibition which saw young people from the charity create a bedroom from their home inside a shoebox. The artwork was in its simplest form, but the message was strong and shocking - it left us speechless at the brutal honesty of these children and the harsh realities they have to endure. Their pain and suffering was clearly reflected in their art for all to see and act on. 

This school year has seen another success for the YPI scheme in the 13s. Split into groups, pupils have researched a social issue that impacts upon their area of London and is of interest to them.

The Public Speaking finals, organized by the English Department, took place this term. The 12s and 13s (Years 8 and 9) were the first category in the event and Zac Goldsmith, Conservative MP, was the guest judge on the panel.

Battle of the Bands was open to solo artists in addition to the usual rock bands. The competition had three highly acclaimed judges from the world of music: John Giddings (Isle of Wight Festival organizer), singer/songwriter Marcus Foster and singer/songwriter Molly McQueen.

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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...