Harrow School was founded in 1572 under a Royal Charter granted by Queen Elizabeth I to a local landowner, John Lyon. It soon became one of the greatest schools in the country, attracting pupils from all over the world. Famous Old Harrovians include Winston Churchill and six other British Prime Ministers, the first Prime Minister of India, Pandit Nehru, as well as poets and writers as diverse as Byron, Sheridan and Trollope.
With an exceptional school comes exceptional facilities. The opportunity for the public to benefit from these spaces is the responsibility of HSEL, the commercial trading arm of Harrow School. We offer a variety of services to the School and the wider community that covers five key areas: Education, Events, Sports, Locations and the Harrow Shop.
Harrow School Sports Club extends the School's excellent sporting facilities to public memberships.Find out more
A selection of historic and unusual venues with capacities ranging from 10 to 400 for your event.Find out more
We want to create a film-friendly location. Click below to find out why you should choose Harrow.Find out more
Harrow School Easter Revision Courses. We offer a variety of subjects taught at Harrow School in IGCSE, GCSE, AS & A2.Find out more
Harrow School Enterprises Limited is delighted to bring a range of products to all people with a shared interest in Harrow School.Find out more
BABSSCo is a specialist provider of top quality EFL junior summer English courses for young students from all over the world. Find out more.Find out more
Join us for a Very Harrow Christmas. Find out more about our festive party offerings here.Find out more
Did you know that you can book a tour of the magical Harrow School? Click here to find out more.Find out more
Easter Revision CoursesVIEW COURSE DATES & INFO
Photography & Film ShootsVIEW FILMING PERIODS
Weddings & Private PartiesVIEW EVENT PERIODS
“Set in over 250 acres of grounds in North West London, Harrow School is a unique British institution. HSEL offers many opportunities to savour the locations and history of this fine School. ”