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A Conversation with Art
Mrs Rachel Dent, Head of School, read to the City Campus children and reflected on the role that reading plays in education, and in our lives.
2005
Harrow Beijing founded in 2005
1st
Harrow School in China
17
Located in Beijing for 17 years
10
10 sister schools worldwide
4,131
4,131 students educated by Harrow Beijing
9,000+
9,000+ hours of community service conducted by 700 students every year
18
18 IGCSE subjects offered by Harrow Beijing
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19 A Level subjects offered by Harrow Beijing
Heritage
Harrow’s core values comprise ‘Courage, Honour, Humility and Fellowship’. These are the principles that have kept Harrow at the highest levels of excellence for 450 years. They constantly propel the growth of a dynamic and positive culture that impacts the development of all members of the global Harrow community.
COURAGE
COURAGE
Courage encourages us to innovate and take risks, inspiring change for the better. It means challenging adversity and complacency, making the most of opportunities, putting fear of failure to one side and staying the course, even when it is difficult.
Honour
Honour
Honour is about doing the right thing, having the highest standards and leading by example. It involves taking responsibility and, ultimately, is what makes us worthy of the trust of others.
Humility
Humility
Humility asks us to recognise that one's self is a work in progress and that struggling with one's weaknesses is essential to growth. Humility increases our awareness that talent and achievement alone, however impressive, are not sufficient to succeed as a human being – and that none of us is at the centre of the universe.
Fellowship
Fellowship
Fellowship means building binding, constructive relationships that help us all to make a positive contribution. This is resonant with our belief that the strongest relationships of all are based on faith, hope and love.
The History of Harrow Beijing
2005
Harrow Beijing opened at Anzhen Xili
2008
Harrow Beijing Lower School opened at Grasse Town
2008
Harrow Beijing Choir performed at the Beijing Olympics
2013
Harrow Beijing moved to the new Hegezhuang Campus
2018
Harrow Beijing City Campus opened at the original school site in Anzhen Xili
2019
Pearson Awards - Academic Diversity of the Year & Centre with Outstanding Pearson Learners
2020
Harrow Beijing Choir performed in the New Year’s Concert at the Great Hall of the People
2021
British Schools Award – Empowering Students
What a
Harrow Beijing education
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Harrow Beijing 450 years
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A Gift of Reading
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Spirit of Justice
Harrow family
We Are Harrow, We Are One
Excellent Academic Results 2022
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A Level: A* - A
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A Level: A* - B
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GCSE: A* - A
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GCSE: A* - B
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News & Events
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Harrow Ducker 2022
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Harrow Ducker 2022
On 9 November, the Harrow Ducker was successfully held at Harrow Beijing to celebrate the 450th Anniversary of Harrow London and to demonstrate links to the rest of the Harrow family. As a classic sporting activity with a long history in Harrow, the Ducker encourages students to exercise, improve their physical strength, and to build a belief in themselves. By participating in these activities, students develop and engage the core values of Harrow while continuing to nurture their own pathways. Tug of War In the Tug of War, students in each House were put to the ultimate test of strength endurance  and teamwork, with the goal of pulling the rope across the line before the opposing team can do so. Relay Races Students in House teams participated in a variety of fun relay races, including some skiing-related activities, helping to demonstrate our link to Harrow Appi in Japan.  The teams needed to complete as many runs as they could via different settings within the allotted time frame. Jianzi Students worked both individually and in groups to gain points for their House by playing this popular Chinese sport.  The aim is to use the body (but not the hands) to maneuver the Jianzi into different target areas. Walk/Muay Thai Fitness Challenges Students undertook a host of different fitness activities such as running, skipping, punches, and speed jumps to complete a series of team challenges, all of which were characterised by Muay Thai training exercises, popular in Thailand, the location of our Harrow Bangkok sister school. In between these exercises, students embarked on a walking trail around and throughout the school, completing a series of obstacles and challenges that represent the Victoria Peak hike  in Hong Kong.  
Key Event Calendar
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Term Dates
Term Dates 2022/23
Term One 31 Aug 2022 – 6 Jan 2023
Students return to school 31 Aug
Mid-Autumn Festival 12 Sept
National Holiday 1 - 7 Oct
New Year Holiday 23 Dec - 1 Jan
End of Term One 6 Jan
Winter Holiday 7 Jan - 9 Feb
Term Two 10 Feb – 7 Jul 2023
Start of Term Two 10 Feb
Tomb Sweeping 5 Apr
Spring Break 25 - 28 Apr
Labour Day Holiday 1 May
Dragon Boat Festival 22 Jun
Last Day of School 7 Jul
Summer Holiday 8 Jul - 31 Aug
Term Dates 2021/22
Autumn Term 1 Sept – 23 Dec 2021
Mid-Autumn Festival 20 – 21 Sept
National Holiday 1 – 8 Oct
Winter Holiday 24 – 31 Dec
Spring Term 3 Jan – 1 Apr 2022
Chinese New Year Holiday 24 Jan – 18 Feb
Students Return 21 Feb
Spring Break 4 – 8 Apr
Summer Term 11 Apr – 7 Jul 2022
Labour Day Holiday 2 - 4 May
Working Saturday 7 May
Dragon Boat Festival 3 Jun
Last Day of Term 7 Jul