Car Share Scheme
We are very keen to make the school a safer and more environmental friendly place for all. One way we can do this is to reduce the amount of traffic around the school. Please look to support our car share scheme which reduces the numbers of vehicles and helps you to share the burden of the daily school run. If you would like to consider this, please register your interest by clicking here and completing the short questionnaire. We will then be in touch to confirm arrangements and put you in contact with other parents in your area.
For further details, please contact Captain Stewart on email@example.com.
Effective communication is vital in running a successful school. Harrodian uses several channels and each of these fulfils a different purpose. A downloadable guide has been produced (see below) to help parents navigate our communications systems, and to access the information they need on our internet, intranet, parent portal, alumni community website, news hub, social media accounts or elsewhere.
There is no fixed uniform at Harrodian but a set of guidelines that allows pupils a degree of flexibility and the ability to express their own individuality. However, pupils must be work smart and adhere to the dress code. We also request that all items of clothing are properly labelled with name tags. Please click on the links below to access further information:
Please see Fees for further details about termly charges.
Please find the latest copy of the Parent Handbook by logging into the Parent Portal (Edulink).
Please visit www.harrodiansports.com our dedicated sports website for more detailed information about fixtures, competitions and other sporting events.
All sport kit can be purchased via our supplier website - Serious Stuff. (For password information please contact our Admin office on firstname.lastname@example.org). A full list of kit can be downloaded below and personal one-to-one appointments can be booked with Serious Stuff where they are able to advise you which items to purchase.
For your first port of call concerning academic-related enquiries please contact your child's subject teacher. To discuss any further academic-related enquiries we recommend you contact the relevant Head of Department. Heather Locke, Deputy Headmistress and Director of Studies who oversees our Heads of Department team is always available to contact should you need any further advice.
Form Teachers dedicate much of their time to the personal wellbeing and development of pupils in their class and are the first port of call with regards to any pastoral concerns. Beyond that, there are experienced and accessible Heads of Year, Pastoral Leads in each of the Schools, an on-site nurse and counsellor and a team of trained Mindfulness practitioners, running courses available to all.