Creating Ambitious Students
We believe strongly that there should be no limit to what students can achieve, regardless of their background or any barriers that they may face. Being ambitious helps students achieve exceptional progress. Whether it be to university, employment, or training, it is our belief that if a student is guided and inspired to be ambitious throughout their five years at Harlington, then they will achieve their potential.
Creating Altruistic Individuals
Harlington students are part of a thoughtful, warm, and welcoming school and are taught to understand the importance of their role within our community. Our students are expected to contribute to the school positively and constructively; they are taught to understand the ways in which their conduct influences and shapes the experiences of those around them and so they act with generosity and in the spirit of collaboration.
Creating Accountable Leaders
We believe being accountable encourages self-awareness and honesty and that this quality is central to success at Harlington. Our students are helped to consider and understand the consequences of their words, actions, and conduct, and learn from their experiences. When students are accountable, they are more conscious of the connection between their actions and outcomes.
Ethos & Aims
Virtual Open Evenings
Conall Islip – Deputy Head Student – Prefects
Currently I study A levels in Biology, Chemistry and Physics, along with an Extended Project Qualification. I am responsible for the running of the school council. This means that I am going to be organising discussions and meetings with students and staff to ensure that the views of all at Harlington are represented – students must be central to the choices made at Harlington. Before my time at Harlington comes to an end my aim is to increase the level of student involvement at Harlington and for students to be involved in as many decision making processes that we can.
Michelle Danga- Head Student
I study A level Chemistry, Biology and Geography. As Head Student a large part of my role is organising the rest of the Student Leadership Team, helping delegate certain tasks such as doing boards in the Common Room and other Sixth Form areas, to leading the different committees. Before the end of the school year, I would definitely like to see an increase of intermingling between year groups. We are starting to see that happen with things like Black History Month and prefects, but I would like to get a better sense of community here in the school before the end of the year. That is one thing that I would like to make my mark on.
Hannah Ridley – Head Student
Ella Fountain – Deputy Head Student - Charity
The A Level biology students, along with some very talented new Y11 biologists went on a trip to Whipsnade Zoo. They were set the challenge to email me their best photograph. Some fantastic shots! https://t.co/GdGR3F9l3N
Some more snaps of Sports Day yesterday! The day was finished off by sprint events, tug of war and the houses and staff relay, with some cheerleading from Mrs Harris and Mrs Howard! https://t.co/SgQF75ohx5
aaaaaaaaaand the winners of Harlingtons Sports Day 2022 are.... 9MAL 10ATT 12ANG Congratulations to all and everyone who participated it was such a great day! https://t.co/UuL6RL86rK
🏆NEWS JUST IN - Current results🏆 YEAR 9 2nd: MAL 2nd: MOR 1st: MAN YEAR 10 3rd:ENN 3rd: MAL 2nd:ATT 1st: JEM YEAR 12 2nd :ANG 2nd:MAN 1st: ENN
Half way through the day and it is great to see students enjoying themselves, being competitive and supporting and cheering each other on! #hussportsday22 https://t.co/X1NhNMAok6
HUS Sports Day 2022 has officially started! kicking off with some football, the cycle challenge, rounders and basketball! #HUSsportsday22 https://t.co/FcjJ6gWLhV