Discover more about life at John Lyon through blog posts written by pupils and teachers, on a range of topics and experiences.
A collection of artworks from pupils and students in all years at John Lyon, created during the lockdown of Summer Term 2020.
John Lyon's new Head of Science, Mr Alex Kyles-Brown delves into the archives to see how Science education has been, and remains, important to School life.
The winners of the 2020 John Lyon Flash Fiction competition, Joshan Minhas and Husain Abedi, with stories of war and politics.
Speaking in public is a skill mastered by few and feared by many. Here, four pupil speakers at John Lyon's recent Talks-on-the-Hill lecture series, reflect on their experience.
With Duke of Edinburgh's Award volunteering in the headlines, Year 11 pupil Max Wilkinson talks about achieving many of the '25 activities every teenager should experience' in his weekend work on a miniature railway.
Spring Term started with a trip into London and back in time for our Year 7s, with the Natural History Museum the destination for a fun day of learning, as writes pupil Madisan Nimalathasan.
Water Polo success continues for John Lyon with both the U15s and U18s winning their latest tournament, reports Lower Sixth student Arav Bhatia.
Inspiration was tangible for Sixth Form student Jack Salter, as some of the most famous props in film history, including Indiana Jones' hat, came to John Lyon Union.
Year 7 pupil and accomplished dancer Harry Beynon talks about his love of dance, the opportunities it has given him and how he hopes to chase the dream.
On World Mental Health Day, School Counsellor Mrs Laura Herman discusses how John Lyon uses both professionals and peers to help guide all boys through difficult times.
Upper Sixth student Liam Velani reflects on work experience in the Houses of Parliament, and how seeing UK politics in action has boosted his career aspirations.
Available for all boys every day of the School year, Mrs Laura Herman talks about the reasons for, and benefits of, counselling in school.
Upper Sixth student Ken Houghton reflects on a visit to LSE to hear world-renowned political philosopher, Professor Michael Sandel, talk about artificial intelligence in a broadcast for BBC Radio 4
On the eve of A-Level results, School Counsellor Mrs Laura Herman reflects on the new freedom and opportunity awaiting our most recent former students
Year 11 pupil Bailey Allmey looks back at the 2019 Harrow Fifth Form Conference, five days of inspirational learning and experiences, living alongside students from the worldwide family of Harrow Schools
Upper Sixth Politics student, Javier D’Souza, writes about his attempts to slash the UK government budget as well as a tour behind the scenes at No.10
Lower Sixth student Liam Velani discusses his role in Harrow Youth Parliament, where he has been representing young people for five years.
“This trip was an incredible experience to further understand the important nature of our political system”
Lower Sixth Politics student, Liam Velani, writes about a trip into Westminster to visit the Supreme Court and Palace of Westminster
Year 10 pupil Harsh Hingorani and Director of Music Mr Huw Jones reflect on 2019's Duet Philharmonic, an enormous symphony orchestra and chorus made up of the best-of-the best from British schools, which comes together every two years for an intensive musical course followed by a concert of large complex works.
John Lyon Head, Miss Katherine Haynes, reflects on the numerous guests who come to School to inspire pupils, every week of every term