One of the top British boarding schools for boys: best-rated for A-level results
This leading school for boys is one of the few in the UK to uniquely offer boarding education. Pupils from ages 13 – 18 receive a stellar education that includes the British A-Level and GCSE curriculum.
The advantages of the all-boarding system at Harrow mean that pupils enjoy the choice of an exceptional range of subjects in addition to their core academic curriculum, including extra languages, sports and hobbies.
Throughout their time at Harrow, all boys are offered one-to-one support to help them develop their potential in all areas, as well as individual support in preparing for their time after Harrow.
During their time at the school, all pupils will enjoy outstanding sporting facilities. The school aims to provide a very high standard of coaching and competition for the best sportsmen while enabling the less gifted to find something they can enjoy.
Traditional British sports including rugby and cricket have a strong presence in the school calendar, while sports such as Eton Fives and Harrow Football help to maintain the sense of tradition and sporting pride at the school.
While Harrow offers a thoroughly modern education, many students at this top British boys’ school also enjoy the sense of pride that comes from the school’s unique traditions.
These include specific dress code, terminology and school song and serve to help boys feel they are part of a community during and after their time at Harrow.
£12,050 per term
Sixth Form / Sports / Music / Art / Academic / Some means-tested bursaries are available
GCSE pass rate
IGCSE: 85.2% A* - A
IB Diploma / iGCSE
Rugby / Skiing / Hockey / Theatre / Art / Music / Soccer / Sailing / Swimming / Tennis / Horse-riding / Basketball / Debating society / Duke of Edinburgh Award / Modern Languages / Cricket / Water Polo / Cookery / Badminton / Cross-country / Shooting / Squash / Golf / Fencing / Polo / Archery / Gymnastics / Martial Arts / Climbing
Language courses offered
Spanish / German / Italian / Russian / Japanese / Mandarin / Latin / French
Age of entry
CHRISTMAS AT KEW GARDENS
Take a wander in a winter wonderland in the magical surroundings of Kew Gardens this Christmas.
WATERSIDE INN Restaurant
If you’re looking for a French meal, then it doesn’t get better than the Waterside Inn.
THE STAFFORD AFTERNOON TEA Restaurant
When it gets cold outside, nothing could be more inviting than curling up by the open fire place in the Lyttelton Lounge at The Stafford London.
GORDON RAMSAY Restaurant
Named after one of the world’s most famous chefs, this is the first restaurant that Gordon Ramsay founded to establish his influential and successful career.
PRUFROCK COFFEE Restaurant
This trendy coffee shop is located in Brick Lane.
BULGARI HOTEL & RESIDENCES, LONDON Restaurant
The striking surroundings of the Bulgari Lounge are the perfect place to enjoy your tea while watching the busy world of the hotel go by.
THE ENGLISH TEA ROOM AT BROWN’S HOTEL Restaurant
Follow in the footsteps of the stars and indulge in an award-winning afternoon tea in the English Tea Room at Brown’s.
HAKKASAN MAYFAIR Restaurant
This upscale restaurant in Mayfair offers Michelin starred Cantonese recipes that leave your taste buds tingling and asking for more as well as international delicacies such as New Zealand‘s mini lobster or the sought after Black Truffle.
THE ARCH HOTEL Restaurant
In the Arch Hotel, tea is served in the Martini Library, a unique location whose lavish decoration is inspired by the golden age of Broadway.
ST. JAMES’S HOTEL & CLUB Restaurant
The elegant ambiance of this prestigious hotel is ideal for relaxing in style after a day of shopping.
L’ATELIER DE JOEL ROBUCHON Restaurant
Awarded ‘Chef of the Century’ by the Gault Millau guide, Joel Robuchon’s dozen restaurants around the world have garnered a total of 25 Michelin stars.
THE LANESBOROUGH HOTEL Restaurant
Served every day in the hotel‘s restaurant, this refined afternoon tea includes all the traditional staples for nibbling on, including scones thick with clotted cream and delicious jam.
ALAIN DUCASSE Restaurant
A world class three Michelin starred restaurant situated at the heart of London’s Mayfair on Park Lane that takes dining to a whole new level.
THE RITZ Restaurant
Enjoying a reputation as a true London institution, the afternoon tea served at The Ritz is an exceptional experience.
BUCKINGHAM PALACE Culture
Every visitor to London should pay a visit to the Queen!
THE ROYAL ARCADE Culture
Enjoy a little retail therapy, Victorian style, at The Royal Arcade, one of London’s most stylish, historic shopping centres.
HYDE PARK Culture
One of London’s eight Royal Parks (although you’re unlikely to see the Queen), Hyde Park stretches over 350 acres and is perfect for a breath of fresh air on a hot day.
This is undoubtedly the world’s most famous upmarket department store and there is little wonder why.
KETTNER’S CHAMPAGNE BAR Culture
Undoubtedly one of Wilde’s most famous Soho hangout was Kettner’s Champagne Bar.
When the weather is cold outside, warm yourself up by indulging in a delicious cup of hot chocolate at Choccywoccydoodah just off Carnaby St.
THE CADOGAN HOTEL Culture
Stay like a star at the Cadogan Hotel, where the luxury suite 118 is devoted to the semi-mythic Irish author, whose infamous arrest occurred in that very room in 1895.
TATE MODERN Culture
Dedicated to modern and contemporary art, Tate Modern immediately impresses thanks to its location in the former Bankside Power Station.
THE SAVOY GRILL Culture
A prominent feature both in Wilde’s life and in his works, The Savoy Hotel and the Savoy Grill still capture the lavish Victorian flare that Wilde so adored.
FORTNUM & MASON Culture
Wrap up warm and hit the ice together with a session of skating in the magical atmosphere at Somerset House.
FOX OF ST. JAMES’S Culture
“A cigarette is the perfect type of a perfect pleasure,” Wilde famously wrote in The Picture of Dorian Gray, and he certainly believed it.
ST PAULS CATHEDRAL Culture
An iconic sight on the city skyline, St Paul‘s Cathedral has a venerable history that stretches back over 1400 years.
TOWER BRIDGE Culture
Tower Bridge has been an icon on the London skyline since the Victorian age, and stands testament to British engineering achievement in a golden age for innovation.
CAFÉ ROYAL Culture
Take a break at the Café Royal hotel with their Festive Afternoon Tea.
BRITISH MUSEUM Culture
One of London’s great free museums, the British Museum holds an incredible array of artefacts and art from all over the world and from many civilisations.
HATCHARD’S BOOKSHOP Culture
Founded in Piccadilly in 1797, Hatchard’s is London’s oldest bookshop and still today attracts the world’s most high-profile authors for book signings.
Greenwich has a charming village feel with cobbled streets, food markets and ancient pubs but it’s far from quaint
WOLF & BADGER Shopping
From a small shop in Ledbury Road to their new flag ship store in Dover Street, Wolf & Badger is a unisex boutique.
People from around the world flock to this indie and vintage paradise to explore its retro shops and experience its unique atmosphere.
This is undoubtedly the world’s most famous upmarket department store and there is little wonder why.
THE WEST END Shopping
The five jewels of the emblematic West End are Oxford Street, Bond Street, Mayfair, Jermyn Street and Regent Street.
LATE NIGHT CHAMELEON CAFE Shopping
The latest venture by Dan Mitchell and Jon Skelton is in a less developed area of town but well worth the trip.
NOTTING HILL Shopping
It was in this quirky area that Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant found love in the movie of the same name and when one walks its streets it is easy to understand why.
This high-end department store is the second largest in the United Kingdom and it’s so popular that its history has been recently dramatised in a successful television series.
HARVEY NICHOLS Shopping
This leading international luxury fashion store opened in 1880 and was immediately acclaimed by the locals.
THE SHOP AT BLUEBIRD Shopping
This lifestyle boutique took over a 900 m2 former art deco garage and offers a unique selection of designer clothing, accessories, skincare, books and music for both men and women in a warm and inviting atmosphere.
DOVER STREET MARKET Shopping
Founded by visionary Rei Kawakubo [ Comme des Garcons ] this 3 story boutique has the feeling of a market store and has to be the first stop on our list.
Considered by many the second most important London retail district, this Southwest London area is famously known for Harrods and Harvey Nichols
Located in Regent Street, this has been one of the most prestigious department stores in London since it opened in the 19th century to rival the designer shops of Paris.
DARK ROOM Shopping
A concept store gallery that explores the connection between interior design and fashion accessories as objects of art.
JOHN ROCHA BOUTIQUE Shopping
Whilst you are in the area, we invite you to visit John Rocha’s stand alone boutique as it is a wonderful serene place.
PRIMROSE HILL Shopping
One of the most exclusive and expensive residential areas in London, it is particularly popular with fashion celebrities thanks to its small independent boutiques and posh atmosphere.
FORTNUM & MASON Shopping
The Fortnum & Mason store is the epitome of upper-class refinement, as befits the Queens Official Grocer.
LAYERS LONDON Shopping
When you come to London you would like to see a place that fulfills your expectations of what London is all about, the road less travelled the new stars of tomorrow, which is what you will find here.
Stoke Park Golf
THE TRAFALGAR SQUARE CHRISTMAS TREE Other
Surely the most majestic sight in London come December, the giant tree in Trafalgar Square is given every year as a gift from Norway to the people of Britain in thanks for their support during the Second World War.
THE JUNIPER SUITE Other
The Juniper Suite at Arch London combines the best of comfort and technology, which makes it perfect for both working and hosting guests.
ROOFTOP BOAT Other
As if left there by the retreating waters of some biblically proportioned flood, the boat that makes up A Room for London is balanced atop the roof of Queen Elizabeth hall.
THE KIPLING SUITE Other
The suite is tastefully decorated with orginal artwork and is perfect for those wishing to entertain in elegance and style during their stay in London.
THE OXFORD STREET ILLUMINATIONS Other
Not only one of London’s favourite shopping streets, Oxford Street is renowned for having a spectacular display of festive lights.
THE PENTHOUSE SUITE Other
The Penthouse Suite at The Stafford has been designed to be your home away from away, whether you are in London for business or pleasure.
THE BULGARI SUITES Other
The Bulgari Suites at the Bulgari Hotel & Residences, London are individual masterpieces of design. Each suite offers a magnificent combination of grand accommodation and fine attention to detail.
THE ROYAL SUITE Other
The Royal Suite at The Ritz spreads over two levels and offers beautiful views over Green Park from all rooms.
THE PENTHOUSE Other
A celebrity favourite, The Penthouse at the St James Hotel & Club offers incomparable facilities and total privacy from the busy world below.