Harrow College

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Harrow College
Established 1999
Type Further Education
Principal & CEO Pat Carvalho
Location Lowlands Road
England England
51°36′46″N 0°20′21″W / 51.6129°N 0.3392°W / 51.6129; -0.3392Coordinates: 51°36′46″N 0°20′21″W / 51.6129°N 0.3392°W / 51.6129; -0.3392
Local authority Harrow
DfE number 310/8005
DfE URN 131864 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Gender Coeducational
Ages 16–no upper age limit
Website www.harrow.ac.uk

Harrow College is the largest college in the London Borough of Harrow.[1] It opened in 1999 following a merger of two former local colleges, Greenhill College (located in the centre of Harrow Town) and Weald College neighbouring town Wealdstone.

More than 2,000 full-time and 7,000 part-time, students join Harrow College for sixth form and adult courses.


Teaching takes place at the Harrow on the Hill campus on Lowlands Road and at the Harrow Weald campus in Harrow Weald as well as two smaller, dedicated construction-focused units; Whitefriars Centre and Harrow Skills Centre.[citation needed]

In 2015, the College opened two new buildings: The Enterprise Centre at the Harrow on the Hill campus and Spring House for supported learning at the Harrow Weald campus.[citation needed]

Harrow College has been awarded a Centre of Excellence for the Hearing Impaired, which is the only centre of its kind in North West London.[citation needed] The college is also a member of the Westminster Centre of Excellence in Teacher Training (CETT).[citation needed]

It holds the Pre School Learning Alliance kite mark.[citation needed]


Harrow College provides academic and vocational courses for young people and a range of professional and non-professional programmes for adult students. The college is highly regarded for its ESOL (English for speakers of other languages) and EFL (English as a Foreign Language) courses. The EFL programmes are accredited by the British Council. The Learning Links programme has set a standard in the community[citation needed] for providing courses for students with learning disabilities and difficulties.


The list includes former students of Greenhill College and Weald College.

Harrow Weald County Grammar School[edit]

Former teachers[edit]


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