General school news

Applying Science
How do you make a bridge that won’t break or use forensics to solve a murder? Pupils aged from 8-14 faced these challenges and many more and in this
Hair-raising kindness
In the last report of its kind for this academic year, we feature a few more Harrodians who have been inspired to acts of kindness and charity.
To Boldly Go
The cancellation of public exams has allowed Head of Mathematics, Tony Lee and his A Level classes to embark on a refreshing journey into realms of
Hail and Farewell!
Farewell and thank you to our Head Boy and Head Girl, above, their deputies and prefects and welcome to the newly appointed team for 2020-2021.
Black Lives Matter
In a statement written in response to the Black Lives Matter movement, Harrodian Headmaster James Hooke underlines his faith in the power of education
Rainbows Rise Again
Pupils at school and home were able to show their support of the NHS but also have some brightly coloured fun by taking part in a rainbow-themed mufti
Helping Hands
More acts of crisis-time generosity from the kindness of this year's departing Sixth Formers to the helpful guidance offered by a Harrodian alumna now
More Acts of Kindness and Solidarity
More than two months into the pandemic, acts (and art) of kindness and solidarity continue to flow in from all corners of our Harrodian community.
Happy Returns
Harrodian PP1s (Year 1) and 10s (Year 6) became the first Harrodian pupils to step through the school gates since the start of the lockdown when they
One Step Beyond
One silver lining of the cancellation of A Level and GCSE examinations has been the opportunity it gives teachers to explore teaching techniques and