We believe in excellent learning and progress
Here at Harrow High we are very proud of our continued examination success. This year our progress 8 score was an impressive +0.44 putting us well above the national average (near the top 10% of schools) whilst 63% of learners achieved a grade 4 or better in English and Maths.
In Year 13, we secured 92% of grades at C or better and 39% at A or A*
This phenomenal success is down to the determination of our learners and the skill, support and dedication of our talented staff. But don’t take our word for it. Here are some thoughts from our learners:
Marilyn Amartey – A**(9) x 2 in English language and English Literature, plus AAAABB
“I put my English results down to 2 things – hard work and Miss O’Brien! Best teacher in the world!!” – Marilyn is going on to do A levels at Harrow High 6th form.
Haroon Khan – A**(9) in English literature, plus A*AAAAABB
“Quite simply Teachers! Teachers! Teachers!”
And our parents are happy too..
“It has been a great experience for my daughters to attend Harrow High School for the past few years, as the school has helped them since their very first day. The school has really helped in developing their English language skills, which has reinforced their studies and enabled them to achieve the highest grades. The positive experience of my daughters in the Sixth form (Mariam achieved A*A*A C in Year 13 and Sara achieved AAAA grades in Year 12) encouraged me to enrol my youngest daughter in Harrow High School too. Every time I remember my daughters’ success in high school and Sixth form, I will always remember Harrow High.”
“I am very grateful to all the staff at Harrow High School, for supporting my daughter so much over her time in the school. Her successes (achieving Triple Distinction* in BTEC Science) would not be possible without the hard work and encouragement of her teachers.”
The link to our page on Dfe performance tables is here https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/137177
And remember.. we believe in excellent learning and progress