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  1. Harrodian, a special place to learn. Set on a 25-acre riverside estate in Barnes, South West London, Harrodian is a high-achieving independent school for boys and girls aged between 4 and 18 years old. Its beautiful site on the south bank of the Thames includes departments tailored to meet the needs of three age groups – Pre-Prep, Prep and ...

  2. Click to watch Harrodian teachers and pupils, aged from 11 to 18, talking about about their culture, how they express it and why it matters. Admissions Process (All Year Groups) School Tours (All Entry Points) 11+ Open Mornings (2024 Entry) Virtual Tour Pack. Fees. Academic Success.

  3. The Harrodian School is a private day school in Barnes, South-west London. Formerly the site of Harrods Sports Club, the original premises have been extended and converted for educational purposes. The school opened in September 1993 with 65 pupils; by 2011, the roll had grown to 925.

  4. Our ambition is to make the Harrodian Pre-Prep a school where children aged from 4-7+ can learn and grow in an informal, stimulating and friendly setting. We want it to be a place that boys and girls enjoy coming to and where every day can be a joyful, positive and creative experience.

  5. The Harrodian School Lonsdale Road London SW13 9QN; Head: Mr James Hooke; T 020 8748 6117; F 020 8563 7327; E [email protected] W The Harrodian School is an independent day school for boys and girls aged 4 to 18, located in Barnes, south-west London on the former site of the Harrods Sports Club.

  6. 4 de sept. de 2023 · Seniors (ages 13+ to 15+) £8,139. Sixth Form. £9,426. Lunch is charged separately and currently costs: £440 per term for the Pre-Prep (4 to 7 years old) £555 per term for the Prep (8 to 12 years old) £599 per term for the Seniors and Sixth Form (13 to 18/19 years old) Mandatory Personal Accident Insurance and School Fees ...

  7. Our history. Harrodian was founded in 1993. Before that our riverside location on the south bank of the Thames in Barnes served as a farm, a private residence and a sports club.