One of Harrow School's most eagerly anticipated events was marked by voices singing across the School this week.
Churchill Songs - which commemorates the life of one of our greatest Old Harrovians, Winston Churchill - was sent online to every boy in every House across the School.
Led by a few selected singers and the School XII, with virtual guest of honour Lord Dobbs of Wylye, the School's Songs were triumphantly and loudly sung. The songs were written by Old Harrovian Masters over the years and are now an embedded part of every Harrovian.
Every fifth year, the event is held at the Royal Albert Hall when the venue is packed with 5000 Harrovians, Old Harrovians and parents.
The picture displayed is from the last event, in 2017.