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Hatch End High School is a high performing, happy and thriving comprehensive school in the London Borough of Harrow. The school has a rich history of tradition but actively embraces the very best of new technologies and innovative practice. We have a high profile in the community supporting other schools and play a lead role in training the next generation of teachers. We are conveniently situated in the north west of the borough with easy access to Central Harrow as well as Hertfordshire, Brent, Hillingdon and Barnet.
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Academic Success

Students achieving 9-4 in English and Maths - 2020

Total percentage of 9-7 grades - 2020

Total percentage of A* to B at A level - 2021

A* to E at A level - 2021

A* - A at A level - 2021

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  • Jul 2022 Congratulations to Y13 student Leonita Metaj, who gave an astounding speech surrounding the importance of rebuilding relationships between young people & police. The full speech can be viewed here: Read more Read more from Leonita here: Read more Read more
  • Jul 2022 Hatch End High School Anti-Bullying Network have organised an exciting array of events for our Mental Health Focus Week next week. All proceeds will be donated to and . Read more
  • Jun 2022 Year 10 Food & Nutrition students have been expanding their pastry skills by making scrumptious fruit tarts. Students had to make Pâte sucrée (sweet pastry with Crème Pâtissière) and practice their knife skills to produce their tarts. What a fantastic job they all did! 🍰 Read more
  • Jun 2022 Our SEND Department recently received a grant from The Sheila Coates Foundation for new equipment for our Sensory Room - a therapeutic space where neurodivergent students can relax and self-regulate. Read more here: Read more Read more
  • Jun 2022 Last week, three representatives from two different companies, came into Hatch End High School to talk to our Y7 & Y8 students about their own career paths, as well as the careers opportunities available at the organisations they work at. Read more here: Read more Read more