Harrow Values

Day to day the Harrow Values ensure that all Harrow students, those in Asia and those in the UK, behave and perform in a manner which inspires them to be their best possible self, and that, cooperatively, every student thrives.

COURAGE

▪ We remain optimistic and purposeful in a disrupted world.
▪ We take responsibility for our decisions, even the hard ones.
▪ We always challenge poor behaviour in ourselves and others.
▪ We are open to new ideas, and seek fresh challenges.

HONOUR

• We keep our promises.
• We act with integrity – doing the right thing, even when it is difficult or when no one is watching.
• We respect and value our traditions whilst setting them in the context of today.

HUMILITY

▪ We work hard to serve others within the School and across our wider communities where possible putting their interests before our own.
▪ We give and seek honest and appropriate feedback, reflect on our failures and learn from them.
▪ We support each other through challenges and whatever the outcome, we celebrate those that took part.

FELLOWSHIP

▪ We respect each other and value our differences, knowing that we are more effective and more resilient working together.
▪ We are kind and inclusive; we value the contribution that each of us makes.
▪ We role model the behaviours that we would like to see in others; we ask only of others what we would be prepared to do ourselves.

Courage

Courage

So as to innovate and take risks, inspire change for the better; challenge adversity and complacency; make the most of opportunities; and put fear of failure to one side and stay the course, even when it is difficult

Honour

Honour

So as to do the right thing; have the highest standards and lead by example; take responsibility; and, ultimately, be worthy of the trust of others

Humility

Humility

So as to recognize that one’s self is a work in progress and that struggling with weaknesses is essential to growth; and become increasingly aware that talent and achievement alone, however impressive, are not sufficient to succeed as a human being

Fellowship

Fellowship

So as to build binding, constructive relationships that help all members of the School community to make a positive contribution; and to believe that the strongest relationships of all are based on faith, hope and love

Tina Quan

Teaching Assistant

Tina graduated from Worcester University. She has over 5 years teaching experience. In Tina’s opinion, teachers should be students’ friends as well as their masters. A teacher is a person knowledgeable also a good sample for students.​