Speaking for Ourselves
Harrodians are known for their eloquence and confidence. Our annual Public Speaking Competition, run by the English department, provides the perfect
Swimming Speedsters
Our Lower Prep Swimmers distinguished themselves this week with a series of outstanding performances at Richmond Borough Primary Schools Swimming
Grease is the Word
In ten days time, months of hard work comes to fruition when Grease opens in the Harrodian School Theatre. We asked Director, Sam Sugarman how
Trophy Time
At the end of this term, our Sports department awarded pupils for their achievements, efforts and attitude in their sports lessons.
When in Rome...
Our 9s pupils enjoyed a two-night residential trip to Hooke Court where they were transported back in time to Ancient Rome to do as the Romans did
Lost in Legoland
Ninety years after its invention, Lego retains a remarkable power to grip children's attention, as photographs of our 8s lunchtime club show
Gothic Tales of the Unexpected
The 11s' English trip to the other-worldly spaces of Horace Walpole's Strawberry Hill House gave them the chance to dress up, photograph and make a
Thank You for the Music
Keen to share our Harrodian love of music with those in the local community, music teacher Ms Baum organised a community concert for local
Railway Revival
It’s not strictly a Christmas show but according to its Director, Drama teacher Ms Natalie Ibbett, this term’s production of The Railway Children has
Into the Swing
To ease them into the Harrodian swing of things our 11s/ Year 7 pupils – nearly half of them new to the school – enjoyed three team-building days in