Harefield is very unusual as it has managed to keep its village identity. We are very keen to keep our strong links with the local community which includes the library, the churches, shops and Harefield Hospital.
We have close contacts with Australian groups who contact us through the various ANZAC Organisations and there is always a steady stream of visitors who come to look around.
Harefield Junior School, together with the Infant School, is in the centre of the village. Our present building was opened in 1990 and is spacious and modern. It is built on the site of the old school that was built in 1907 and our bell tower was part of the original building. Two new classrooms were added in 2013 as part of the school expansion.
The new school extension.