Senior and Sixth Form

Essential Art Blog: Gardens of Glass
A Level History of Art students visited Kew Gardens to see Dale Chihuly's dazzling blown glass flowers and plants
Author: Hannah Kroes
Essential Art Blog: Drawn from Life
From September to February, every term time on Thursdays, at 5 pm, Harrodian’s 15 Lower Sixth art students gather in the Senior Art studio, get out...
Author: Roz Edenbrow
Essential Art Blog: Something for Everyone
Harrodian Sixth Formers studying Art, Art History and Design thoroughly enjoyed the diversity of the Frieze Art Fair
Author: Hannah Kroes
Headmaster's Blog: Spreading the Word
It's taken a while, says the Headmaster, but Harrodian now has the communication tools and skills needed to tell to the world why it's special
Author: James Hooke
Essential Art Blog: From Leighton to the Orient
Sixth Form History of Art students have been engrossed in 19th Century art and architecture in recent weeks thanks to visits to the Leighton House...
Author: Hannah Kroes
Essential Art Blog: Courtauld Impressionists
History of Art teacher Hannah Kroes took her Sixth Formers to the Courtauld Impressionists exhibition at the National Gallery. Here are their impressions
Pastorally Speaking: They still love you. Honest
It's hard for parents when their teenagers start seeing them as a bore or an embarrassment. But, says Andy Woodward, its vital that they know we’re still there, still available and still loving them
Essential Art Blog: What's on at the RA
Upper Sixth History of Art student Cecilia reviews the current exhibitions at the Royal Academy of Arts
Essential Art Blog: We're Here Because We're Here
History of Art student Ariana Eisler shares her essay on Jeremy Deller's moving modern memorial to those who fought in the Battle of the Somme.
Pastorally Speaking: But is it REALLY awesome?
All of us can fall into the trap of overpraising children for average achievement, argues Andy Woodward, but in doing so we may be removing their incentive to do better