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Every single day, we as a staff team at Hatch End work hard together to deliver the very best in teaching and learning and pastoral care so that – as our vision statement states – all young people make exceptional progress and achieve outstanding outcomes.  Our expectations of our students here at Hatch End are that they give the very best of themselves each day so that they build bright futures. Day to day, the desire of all those at Hatch End to enable all students to reach their full potential can be seen and we believe this is one of the aspects of Hatch End that sets it apart.  

We encourage you to visit us and take the time to experience the welcome of Hatch End High School for yourself, ask questions and meet our staff and students.  Choosing a new school is an important decision and we are here to support you at this time.  Do come on a tour, attend our Open Evening or ask for a personalised visit if this would be helpful. Building a strong parent - school relationship is a vital part of our ethos.   

So why Hatch End? 

“Published examination results confirm that learning has remained strong across the school.” Ofsted 2018  

“The school has a welcoming and inclusive ethos” – Pupils say they feel part of a harmonious community.  The diversity of cultures and experiences pupils bring to the school is celebrated and valued”. Ofsted 2018  

“Year 13 attainment has been significantly higher than average for the past three years.” Ofsted 2018 

Our 5 Top Reasons: 

  • Values & Ethos.  We CARE – Cooperation, Ambition, Respect and Empathy 

  • Student Success. Our students have consistently achieved results that put us in the top 25% of schools for progress both at GCSE and A Level. Destinations data above national and local levels. 

  • A Strong Curriculum. We have invested a lot of time and expertise into planning & sequencing our curriculum so that it takes students clearly and carefully through each subject and through each year in a way that builds knowledge, revisits prior learning and helps students to make connections.  This helps students make progress more quickly and more securely.  We offer all students the opportunity to study the full EBacc and encourage this as it provides access to the best university courses but we also invest in our arts, technology and option subjects so that every child can follow a curriculum that suits them. 

  • Pastoral Care and Community. We support our students to be a proactive part of our local community.  Our Hatch End community celebrates its diversity, cares for each member and works collaboratively. 

  • Enrichment & Personal Development. A long-established enrichment programme timetabled into the school day as well as outside. 

We thank you for taking the time to read our website and our prospectus and we very much look forward to meeting you. 

Mrs Marianne Jeanes 
MA (Oxon)  



School Prospectus

What People Say

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Frequently Asked Questions

Harrow Guide Booklet for Year 7 - 2024/2025

In-Year Admissions 2023/2024

Applying to our Sixth Form

Hatch End High School Admissions Policy for 2023/2024

Hatch End High School Admissions Policy for 2024/2025

Hatch End High School Admissions Policy for 2025/2026

Admission Appeals - Children starting Year 7 in September 2024

If you wish to appeal against the decision not to offer your child a place at the school, for your appeal to be heard in the main round of appeals it must be submitted by Thursday 28 March 2024.  

To submit an appeal please complete the appeal form, which is available from Harrow Council website ( or from the Harrow Council Admissions Service ( Appeals submitted by the deadline will be heard during the Summer Term 2024. 

If you submit an appeal after the deadline, it may not be heard before the end of the Summer Term.