|Hatch End High School|
Students thrive in this school
|Type||Single academy trust school|
|Department for Education URN||137204 Tables|
|Head teacher||Sue Maguire|
|Colour(s)||Black and Red|
The examination results at GCSE and A Level have consistently been in the top 10% of all schools nationally in recent years.
Hatch End High School forms part of the Harrow collegiate Sixth Form. There are 1100 students across Years 7 to 11 and there are over 300 students in the Sixth Form. 
- 1948/49 - Blackwell School opened.
- 1953 - The Great Hall, was completed on site.
- 1974 (September) - Hatch End High School Comprehensive Education was introduced in Harrow. Blackwell was renamed .
- 1995 - Hatch End's grounds were used to film the TV series The Demon Headmaster.
- 2004 - Round House (drama centre) opened.
- 2006 - Hatch End sixth Form was established.
- 2010 - Hatch End Sixth Form, a new modern building, was opened by Gareth Thomas (local MP).
- 2011 - Hatch End High school gained academy status.
- 2013 - M.U.G.A. opened (floodlit AstroTurf).
- 2014 - Hatch End Radio Studio opened and allowed students to host a radio station during 35 minute breaks. The show originally won a world record 'Longest Marathon Radio Show (Team)', by staff members Chris Firth and Richard Parker, the show lasted 74 hours.
- 2019 - Hatch End High School opened their new school building.
Hatch End High School forms part of the Harrow collegiate Sixth Form. There are over 300 students in the Sixth Form. 
The trust has chosen to run a two year Key Stage 3 programme where it teaches all the elements of the National Curriculum: that is the core subjects plus a broad range the of Arts, Humanities, Modern Foreign Languages and Design and Technology.This is so the youngster are not excluded from future Ebac possibilities. They then benefit from a three year Key Stage 4.
In Key Stage 4 they, the students, continue following the National Curriculum Subjects in English; Maths; Science; Physical Education; Religious Education and Personal, Citizenship, Social and Health Education (PCSHE). They choose oprions from History or Geography or both and a Modern Foreign Language enabling them to gain accreditation in All students will study either History or Geography with the option to study both if desired and the majority of students continue with a Modern Foreign Language enabling them to gain English Baccalaureate accreditation in the five subject areas needed.These subjects are accredited at the end of Year 11. One option subject will be examined at the end of Year 10. Eight GCSEs are expected an 10 GCSEs possible. There is flexibility here to allow for late incomers, with some modules taught in mixed year groups.
These were the result of a 2019 rebuild. It is part of the Government’s second phase of the Priority Schools Building Programme (PSBP). [a] The site is compact and limited by housing and other schools. The new building involved removing some mature trees, and fronting onto Headstone Lane. The main block is three storey high and about five classrooms long. (18.0m in depth and 50.5m) It provides 18 general teaching classrooms, 3 ICT classrooms, 2 Food Technology rooms, 1 special education needs seminar room . There are 4 departmental staff work rooms, a staff social room , 4 small group rooms and 4 two person admin offices and toilets and storage for staff and pupils. 
The Great Hall and Round House
- 1953 - The Great Hall, was completed on site
- Architects: John and Elizabeth Eastwick-Field
- Builders: The Anglo-Scottish Construction Company Ltd
- Consultant Engineers: F. J. Samuely and Partners Ltd
- 2017 - The Great Hall was refurbishment,as a 600 seater performance venue
- 2004 - Round House (drama centre) opened.
These buildings have totally demolished. They consisted of four ranges of single storey buildings and placed around a central tarmac-ed playground. The site was entered from Tilotson Road from the north. There was also a two storey sixth form block completed in 2006 to the south with the Great Hall and Round House.
- 1950 - The Main School Building (originally built for 900 pupils)
- Gareth Thomas - English Politician
- Loick Essien – Singer
- Paul Rose - Screenwriter and Journalist
- Melissa Suffield - Actress
- Philip Glenister – Actor
- Kristian Leontiou – Singer
- Jerome Thomas - Footballer
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- "Planning Committee Agenda" (PDF). Retrieved 22 November 2019.
- "Policies - Hatch End High School". www.hatchend.harrow.sch.uk. Govenors Documemts. Retrieved 23 November 2019.