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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.
Hegezhuang Campus
Year 2 – 5
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Pre Prep for children aged 6 – 10

We aim to offer a first class education, and encourage all of our children to excel using their own unique capabilities to succeed.
Year 2 – 5
Year 6 – 8
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Prep Phase for students aged 10 – 13

The Prep Phase is designed as a foundation for life in Upper School. Students are given the opportunity to participate in a range of activities and subjects both developing a sense of independence, and also in preparation for life higher up the school.
Year 6 – 8
Year 9 – 11
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Senior Phase for students aged 13 – 16

In the Senior Phase students consolidate their studies from Prep, and prepare to take GCSE exams in Year 11.
Year 9 – 11
Year 12 – 13
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Sixth Form for students aged 16 – 18

The Sixth Form at Harrow prides itself on being a warm, welcoming and aspirational environment. Teachers, tutors, and the Sixth Form Team all work together to encourage each student to be the best they can be in all areas of school life and be happy, healthy, and caring individuals. All students study A Levels, as well as an EPQ. There is a very robust university preparation programme including Oxbridge.
Year 12 – 13
Creative Reading
At Harrow Beijing, we aim to develop a love of reading with all our students. We want to encourage our students to develop into well-rounded individuals with an extensive knowledge of the world and to help with this we provide a number of reading initiatives and guides to help them along their literary journey.
The opportunities we provide include Battle of the Books, House Battle of the Books, The Subway Lines, The Panda Book Awards, the Sixth Form Reading Challenge, our annual whole school Book Week celebrating books and reading, and bespoke library lessons delivered to Year 5 - 8. We also provide recommended reading lists for everyone from Early Years through to an Oxbridge reading list for our older members of the school.
It is proven that reading activities encourage wider reading which in turn improves mental health, reduces stress levels, improves general knowledge, helps develop our empathy with others, expands our vocabularies and improves our communication, focus, concentration and writing skills. Reading books exposes our students to new ideas while allowing them to think and process information which ultimately improves their overall analytical skills.
‘You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.’ ― C.S. Lewis.
Learning Support
The Learning Support Department at Harrow Beijing is dedicated to creating engaging learning environments that foster academic success and address barriers to learning in the least restrictive environment possible.
The department strives to work together with other teachers, families and community professionals to foster the healthy development of all our students, including those with or without a formal diagnosis of a special educational need or disability.
We are well resourced across the whole school, with a full-time Learning Support Coordinator in both Lower School and Upper School, and a number of dedicated Learning Support and Intervention Teachers. The department works collaboratively with school leaders and teachers to ensure that our commitment to quality first teaching permeates all of our practice.
The Learning Support Department's remit also involves organising appropriate access arrangements for those students meeting the strict criteria of the JCQ and CIE regulatory examining boards. As students approach formal exams at IGCSE and A Level, the Learning Support Department works closely with the Educational Psychologist to support those students entitled to additional access arrangements.
The Learning Support Department maintains and shares an interest in current educational research, training and resources in an attempt to provide optimum outcomes for students and appropriate support, advice and training to the rest of the teaching body.
Learning Support
Gifted & Talented
At Harrow Beijing, provision for gifted and talented students is a critical area of our school curriculum. There is an emphasis throughout on setting aspirational targets for all students, and enabling gifted students to develop both a deeper understanding of subject areas and a love of those same subject, alongside growing their talents within specific disciplinary contexts. Equally, our staff work outside formal lesson times with students identified as gifted and talented, whether as a part of the department extra-curricular offering, or in informal lunch-time drop-in sessions. This extends to competitions such as the UKMT or Chemistry Olympiad, as well as initiatives within the Harrow Group of Schools such as the Harrow History Essay Competition or Creative Writing anthology.
When students enter Sixth Form, university coaching plays a key role in both guiding our students towards subjects and courses which meet their individual gifts and talents, as well as 1:1 coaching from subject specialists continuing to develop these interests. The Extended Project Qualification is a key part of this, allowing students to further their understanding of a particular area, with support from a subject specialist.
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Campus News
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.  
Harrow School London and football have a longstanding and important history, dating back to the mid-1800s. An Old Harrovian, Mr Charles Alcock, was instrumental in the formation of association football as we know it, and also created the seeds of a competition from which the now world-famous FA Cup originated.
The 2022 Upper School House Music event was successfully held on 31 October. As one of the Harrow traditions, House Music competitions have always been eagerly anticipated by both students and teachers. From song selection, choreography, band coordination, stage design, and rehearsal to the final perfect performance, the whole process embodies the incredible efforts of students and staff from each House and demonstrates Harrow Beijing’s core values of 'Courage, Honor, Humility and Fellowship'
On September 29, Harrow Beijing Upper School ushered in the first House activity of this academic year. Students enjoyed a wonderful time with their friends and teachers, working at a variety of sports and interesting activities. Swimming, basketball, football, table tennis and badminton……Our students showed exceptional sporting skills and equally exceptional sportmansship in the various competitions! House activities such as House Spirit Cheer Challenge, Mahjong and Chinese board games, Super Science and the Great Debate provided students with various opportunities to enhance their skills in diverse areas.  
In September, Year 11 Geography students went out to the Mutianyu Great Wall for a field trip.  With the theme of ‘Environmental Impact of Tourism on Mutianyu Great Wall’, they investigated the environmental impacts of tourism and learnt why it is important to protect historical landmarks. Learning from Practical Work Led by Upper School Head of Geography Ms Rachael Inns, the students collected a series of statistics, which they then used to complete their report for the IGCSE curriculum. The students were fully immersed in a blend of nature and humanity and certainly appreciated the unique charm of Chinese historical architecture and culture. Cooperation and Development of Skills The spirit of fellowship is deeply rooted in the educational philosophy of Harrow. The students completed the research together, developed academic skills through cooperation and in doing so not only made new friends but also firmed up old friendships.
After a restful summer break,Harrow Beijing welcomed the arrival of the new academic year!
In the last week of the Academic Year 2021/22, Harrow Beijing held Speech Days in Early Years, Lower School and Upper School. It is a Harrow tradition to celebrate students' achievements in academic, sports, art and other aspects of the past academic year with certificates of honour. With the joint efforts of the Harrow Beijing family, our students have continued to make academic breakthroughs and developed their comprehensive skills in a holistic manner. We would like to thank all Harrow teachers, students and parents for their resilience in dealing with unprecedented challenges this year. We are very proud of the progress made by our students, and grateful for our role in the children’s learning experiences and growth.
The annual Upper School 'Colour War' took place on 5 – 6 July to round off the 2021/22 House event programme. Over the course of the two-day competitive event, students from Year 6 - 12 participated in a wide variety of House activities, from Football, Lip Sync, Uno and Giant Jenga, to Table Tennis, Four Square, STEM Plane Launching and Basketball! At all times, the students represented the six Houses with a tremendous sense of pride and passion, with the mighty Ju Ching Chu House being crowned this year’s winner!
2022 Graduation Season has arrived! Looking back on golden years and the time spent with Harrow teachers and friends, wonderful memories come to minds. Given the ongoing impact of COVID-19, the class of 2022 have overcome many difficulties and challenges, and made great efforts towards the future with their tenacity and wisdom. We are proud to see the values of a Harrow education ‘courage, honour, humility and fellowship’ reflected in our graduates and guiding them in their future lives. The class of 2022 have received offers from the Top 100 universities in the world, such as the University of Oxford, Imperial College London, University College London, New York University, the University of Hong Kong, and the University of Toronto. They have also gained admission to a range of sought after majors such as Economics, Engineering, Chemistry, Medicine, Film Studies and Fine Art.
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