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Very impressive self portraits from our Year 7 students. They are currently on display around the school.


winners Daisy, Loic and Megan were chosen for their contribution to the school community. Each will get £250 to spend


Our student Holly Ainsworth competed in the Duathlon at Hillingdon Triathlon Club


More pictures from our ISSP maths challenge victory. Well done to the students involved.


Our students were part of the winning team at a cross borough maths challenge. Read more in our newsletter


Friends of Hampton High are running a Christmas Tree sale in the school carpark on Dec 2 from 9am. 20 per cent of sales go to the school


Our latest newsletter file:///C:/Users/User/Downloads/HH-Weekly-News-Issue-5.pdf


Our Christmas Tree sale is on December 2nd. See poster for details.


More from our Race Night


manager Alan Dowson and Liz Tough from with Mr Cranston at our Race Night


Some highlight from last nights’s Race Night held to raise money for the school


manager Alan Dawson will be attending our race night this Friday. See poster for details.


The Friends if Hampton High are running a charity race night on November 10th. See poster for details.


The school are recruiting for four vacancies. Please see website link for details


Our Parents’ Forum on E-Safety and Showmyhomework is tonight, starting at 6pm.


Our girls in action at a football tournament for Richmond Schools


Our year 11 mock exam timetable


Our GCSE food tech revision guidelines


Read about Race Night in our weekly newsletter

Posted on: 13/07/2017

Transition Day

On Monday 3rd of July, the Year 6 students who will become our Year 7 cohort in September 2017 joined us at Hampton High for their Secondary Transition Day.

Each year the Year 6s are welcomed to their secondary school to get a taste of what to expect in September. They have the opportunity to meet some of the teachers and students, and hopefully make a few friends for the summer.

The students took part in a range of subjects activities including Drama, Dance, Religious Studies and History, as well as English and Maths. They also spent time in their ‘tutor groups’ participating in some ‘ice-breaker’ activities created to help them get to know each other.

At lunch time they were lucky enough to be the first Hampton High students to taste the new catering for next year! AIP provided a very delicious lunch for all the Year 6 students, and some of the teachers. The feedback from the students and staff were that is was ‘yummy’ and that they ‘can’t wait to have more’ in September!

We spoke to some students about their favourite part of the day and what they expect of life at Hampton High. 

Evie, who will be joining us from Hampton Junior, said: "My favourite part of the day was the Dance. It was really fun and I'm looking forward to meeting new friends when I come to Hampton High.” 

Brooke, who will be arriving in September from Heathfield School, said: "Everyone has been so nice. The teachers and the older students who have been with us today have really made us feel at home here. I can't wait to come next year."

Bailey from Buckingham Primary, said: "I really like drama and sport so am looking forward to being able to do more of that when I am here. I am looking forward to being on the football team."

Anthony from Hampton Hill Juniors, said: "I really enjoyed the RE lesson because I found out some things about the subject than I hadn’t known before. It has been easy to make friends today which has made me feel good about coming next year."

Head of Year 7 Ms Povey said: 

It is always lovely to see the Year 6 student’s gain in confidence throughout the day. When they register in the morning with their parents they often look apprehensive, not knowing what to expect. However it shows excellent resilience when I see new friendships forming and students who might have struggled at the beginning of the day, leave at the end with a smile on their face, saying they can’t wait to come back in September!

I was impressed with the way the students threw themselves into the different lessons, from meditation in RE to learning a dance from Matilda in Performing Arts. Students may not have experienced these types of activities before and they were great at trying everything without hesitation!

I am really looking forward to working with, and getting to know this year group in September.

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