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Our enterprising school

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The year 12 BTEC Business learners organised and delivered an Enterprise day to all our learners in both year 7 and year 8 this week. The aim of the event was to allow to learners to develop entrepreneurial skills such...

Remembrance Service

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Last Friday saw the annual Harrow High School remembrance service where we paused to remember all who have lost their life in conflict. As ever we took special time to remember those who were once members of our school community who...

Music Week 10 – Tchaikovsky

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Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky was a Russian composer of the romantic period. He studied music at the St Petersburg conservatory from which he graduated in 1886. Tchaikovsky’s training set him on a path to reconcile what he had learned with the native...

Year 7 Football Team crowned champions

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On Wednesday 8th November, the year 7 football team were crowned borough champions after winning the second borough tournament of the year. After a disappointing first competition, which saw Harrow High School lose on penalties to Park High in the...

Francesco Roscino

Francesco Roscino

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The school is very saddened to share the following news. On Monday morning we received a phone call from Mr Roscino’s brother advising us that over half term our colleague, friend and teacher was involved in a hiking accident near Lake Como...

Year 7 Meet the Tutor Evening

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The Yr. 7 Meet the Tutor Evening takes place on 2nd November 2017 in the school hall between 5-7pm This is a fantastic opportunity to see how your child has settled into school life here at Harrow High School and...

Year 8 returning from Paris

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Year 8 are making their way back from Paris after a week packed with amazing experiences. In the photo that accompanies this article we see a group of them at Sacre-Coeur Basilica. We are looking forward to hearing all their...

Music Week 7 – Debussy

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Claude Debussy was a French composer who is regarded as being among the most influential composers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and his use of non-traditional scales influenced many composers who followed. His work is often described...

Geographers head to the Isle of Wight

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Forty Eight of our GCSE learners met for an early start on Friday. After a ride to Southampton we boarded the ferry at 12.00. On our arrival to the Isle of Wight our learners were immediately struck by the differences to Harrow; less...