Paralympian and Harrow College student Jordanne Whiley has beaten stiff competition to win big at the first ITF 1 Series in Atlanta, Georgia, which took place on 1-5 May.
They say that when a man is tired of London he is tired of life. But that’s not something that you could accuse Laknath Peiris of.
The winners of the Jack Petchey Awards have been revealed for the 2012/13 academic year, highlighting some of Harrow College’s most altruistic students.
The first wave of Harrow College students, who have English as a second language, have been awarded certificates recognising their great achievement in completing the Six Book Challenge.
In a cultural meeting of minds, students have come together to share the culinary delights and traditions of their home countries for Harrow College's International Food Festival.
Two Harrow College students are celebrating after coming third in their regional heats at the WorldSkills UK national competition.
More than 70 Harrow College students attended a talk given by a representative from the London Mayor's office in the hope of becoming tomorrow's low carbon emission pioneers.
Harrow College students spoke to representatives from over 25 different universities at the annual Higher Education Fair in April.
Lynsey Lyons a BTEC Level 3 Beauty Therapy student was selected from her cohort to travel to Thailand to study Thai massage for two weeks in Bangkok's' award winning Sukhothai Business School.
Students and staff enjoyed a number of sustainability activities during Harrow College's Green Travel Day on 23rd April. The London Borough of Harrow, Westtrans, Dr Bike and Cycle King all took part in promoting a number of sustainable methods of travel. Cycling was highlighted as the most enjoyable way to travel with zero carbon emission.
Wednesday 17th April saw the official launch of the Hackney Building Lives Training Academy - a true collaboration of partners: Hackney Homes, Harrow College, Manor House Development Trust, Lakehouse, Mulalley and Mansell plus many other construction companies and subcontractors.
Five teams of students from Harrow College and Barking & Dagenham College took part in the Inspiring Enterprise Challenge 2013. Students had the opportunity to participate in a series of enterprise tasks, with a focus on sustainability. This is the third year Harrow College has successfully run the Challenge.
Harrow College hosted Meet the Professional, an open evening designed for students to learn about the different career paths and range of courses available at the College.
Steven Eyango Bwanga has secured a full-time professional contract with Spanish football team 'Logrones'. Steven has attended the College for the last two years as a Travel and Tourism student and is excited about his new opportunity.
Business leader Deep Dawar from VIRTU delivered an exciting lecture on Communication and Employability to IT learners.
Level 3 plumbing students from the College's Whitefriars Training Centre took part in the Big Rig Low Carbon Challenge organised by Expedition.
Harrow College has successfully achieved the matrix Standard accreditation. Once again the awarding body noted that the College has shown commitment and high quality service provision and worked towards continuously improving the services offered.
Harrow College students enjoyed a week of free events at the Barclays Money Skills Week in February. Barclays run this nationwide campaign to help students learn about managing their finances, setting up businesses and applying for jobs.
Congratulations to the Hair and Beauty students who attended the Association of Hairdressers and Therapists Competition at the Southern heat in Dartford.