News/What's On

Joys of Spring
PP1 and PP2 pupils enjoyed both sunshine and showers on a trip to Kew Gardens where they learnt about the change of seasons.
Drawn to Nature
This term's Pre-Prep art week was inspired by the work of Beatrix Potter and a current exhibition of her work entitled 'Drawn to Nature' at the V&A
Young Artistry
An impressive number of Harrodian pupils in our Pre-Prep and Prep schools won a place at this year's Royal College of Art 'Young Art' Exhibition.
Keep on Giving
Harrodian’s annual Youth Philanthropy Initiative (YPI) reached its conclusion this week as teams of 13s (Year 9s) competed in fundraising contests
Timeless Tales
Pupils in our 9s enjoyed a trip to the National Gallery to look at how Greek and Roman myths are depicted in some of its famous paintings.
Zach's Back!
Harrodian alumnus and outstanding pianist, Zachary Davies returned to his alma mater last week to perform a Mozart recital A packed audience of
How the City Works
A Level Economics students embarked on a tour of the City of London this week that provided a vivid experience of what trading in stocks, bonds and
As the Romans Do
Pupils in the 10s were transported back to Roman days in a special workshop organised by Mrs Seaton and the Classics/Latin department.
Funny Business
Business and fun went hand in hand when teams of 13s pupils competed to generate the highest profit for charity in Harrodian's 'Apprentice'-style
Luther's Story
In December 1982, Luther Blissett became the first black footballer to score for England. 40 years on he visited Harrodian to reflect on his career