Hatch End is a larger than average secondary school. About two thirds of the students are from minority ethnic groups, the largest group being from a variety of mainly Asian backgrounds. About a third of students have a first language that is not English. Recent migration trends from Eastern Europe, Afghanistan and Africa have increased the proportion of students who arrive with a very limited knowledge of English. The proportion of students who have learning difficulties is above the national average. Most of these students have moderate learning difficulties and behavioural, emotional and social needs. The school has a semi-integrated resource base for 13 profoundly deaf students. The sixth form has been in place for two years. Since September 2008, it has been part of a new post-16 arrangement known as the Harrow Collegiate. The school has dual specialist status in the Performing Arts and in Applied Learning, and a number of external awards including Artsmark Gold and the International School Award. It offers extended school provision in conjunction with 10 other primary, special and secondary schools.
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Headstone Lane, , Harrow HA3 6NR