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Year 10 students by Jess Rowe and Kira Marks attended the Combined Cadet Force Annual Dinner


The Year 7 and 8 football trials will take place this evening from 6 - 7:30pm @ Lincoln Field (opposite Twickenham School, across Chertsey Road), Percy Road. Twickenham, TW2 6JW.


Year 8 drama students created a Roll on the Wall for the main characters in the play Ernie’s Incredible illucinations by Alan Ayckbourn.


Year 9 drama students have taken inspiration from newspapers to create a topical play


Well done to our Year 7 and 8 girls rounders team who beat St Richard Reynolds this week.


The school held a fundraising footballer tournament for students raising money for their trip to Cambodia


Our Year 9s produced 3D art to create works inspired by illustrators John Tenniel, Quentin Blake and Lauren Child


The school will hold a staff versus students football match to help pupils fundraising for their trip to Cambodia


Our catering team will be serving a Spanish Fiesta style menu on Wednesday 16 May. Please find the menu attached.


Our boys Year 8 football team beat Teddington School 5-1 to be crowned Richmond borough champions.


Y10 students learned about life at one of the best universities in the world during a trip to colleges at Oxford University.


Author T.S. Easton talked to students about his books and signed autographs at the Richmond Cover Story event held at the school.


Students got some navigation practice for the Duke of Edinburgh award during a trip to Box Hill, Surrey.


Our Year 9 boys football team have won the borough football cup after defeating Grey Court 6-2.


Year 8 students learned survival skills on a two day Bush Craft trip to a forest in Oxford.


The Year 7 rounders team started their season with a win over Richmond upon Thames School. The score was 11-8.


Families are invited to the Open House at the on Thursday May 17th. See poster for details.


Teen author T.S Easton will give a talk at the Richmond Library Annexe on May 9th, 7.00 - 8.00pm. See poster for details.


Year 8 students need your broken crockery for an art project. See poster for details.


Our Year 9s produced 3D art to create works inspired by illustrators John Tenniel, Quentin Blake and Lauren Child

Sixth Form


Hampton High Sixth Form is a co-educational provision for students aged 16-19. 
Our core philosophy is to ensure our students enjoy a love of learning, achieve beyond their expectations, and feel empowered to become the leaders of, and contributors to, a better society.

Applications 2018-2019

Students wishing to apply for September 2018 will be able to do so on line through UCAS Progress which is now live. The deadline for applications is the 12 January 2018. Applicants must check their emails regularly (including their SPAM boxes) once they have applied as all communications including invitations to interview and Conditional Offers are sent to the address supplied to UCAS Progress. We would advise using an address which is monitored regularly which could be a parents.
If you are not registered on UCAS Progress you can self-register by clicking on the link below. If your school does not come up on the list then go to ‘I can’t find my school’ and it will let you register.
Students can see a full list of courses offered on the UCAS Progress site. Whilst we run courses here at Hampton High, students can also take courses at Teddington School. This will mean that some students could have a dual site experience. If this is the case and students study two of the three courses here at Hampton High they will be recognised as a Hampton High student.
Subjects confirmed - Art, English, Drama, Geography, History, Maths and Sociology.

Subjects to be confirmed based on numbers - Psychology and Dance.

The range of courses ofered at Hampton High are developing. Please contact Luke Jones for regular updates.

Sixth Form Facts

What will the Sixth Form be like?

Hampton High Sixth Form is a friendly co-educational sixth form offering a range of A Levels and excellent pastoral care. Selected vocational courses and GCSE Maths and English resits will also be offered. Students will have an outstanding tutorial programme and offered a wide range of extra-curricular activities, trips, visits and work experience that will set our students apart when applying for university. Hampton High Sixth Form students will have the opportunity to take on leadership roles in the wider Hampton High community that will help prepare them for their next steps.

Why should students study in the Sixth Form at Hampton High?

Hampton High has a reputation for offering a supportive, caring and academic environment which provides guidance for our students. Students will have the opportunity to study with staff who know them well and are highly qualified subject specialists. We believe that the wider experiences and enrichment we offer is central to our ethos. We want our Sixth Form students to work hard and enjoy the social aspect that is unique to the Sixth Form environment because they should enjoy learning, feel empowered and achieve outstanding results.

What will the timetable be like?

Students will choose 3 A or 1 A level and 1 BTEC which they will study over 2 years. Students will have two hours of enrichment every week and 1.5 hours of tutorial time for study skills and PHSE. Each student will also have study periods on their timetable and they will be expected to work in the study base during this time. The school site will be open until 6pm Monday to Thursday for study support and use of the library and IT facilities.

What extra activities will be on offer?

There will be considerable additional opportunities for students in the sixth form which include competitive sport for boys and girls, recreational sport, enrichment clubs, university visits, charity and community projects and cultural enrichment. Visits to theatres, galleries and museums will form a rich thread through the Hampton High Sixth Form experience. Our links with Waldegrave and Teddington mean that our students can also participate in the full range of extra curricular activities offered at these schools. All our Sixth Form students will take part in work experience and job shadowing to help them make critical decisions about their future careers.

Will there be careers advice?

Specialist careers advice will be given. We have our own onsite careers team called Hampton Futures. Planning for successful progression to university, training or employment will form the backbone of the sixth form experience. Additional coaching will be provided for applications to competitive universities such as Oxbridge and The Russell Group and courses in medicine, dentistry and veterinary science. Students will be supported through this process carefully so that they can make informed decisions and prepare for the next step. Your Study Programme will include employability skills, knowledge of the labour market and specific work experience that links to your next steps.

Will there be computers that students can use in school to study?

Yes, there are IT suites and PCs in school for use by students in and out of lessons.

Will there be external students?

Yes, we welcome students from both within our school and the local community.

Will current Hampton High students be guaranteed a place?
There is an admissions policy which we adhere to.

Will there be a 6th Form Lead member of staff?

Mr L. Jones is the Leader of Sixth Form and manages both year groups.

Will sixth form students be in a tutor group?

Yes, there will be sixth form tutor groups to offer excellent pastoral care with a programme of activities to inform, support and guide students through sixth form life. Tutor time will be an important part of your study programme and will include academic monitoring, study skills, well-being and a range of issues that relate to life after sixth form.

Will there be a uniform?

There is no formal dress code but students should dress appropriately for a school environment.

Will students be allowed to bring phones to school?

Yes, we will have clear guidance on phones so that they do not disrupt lessons.

Will students be allowed to bring laptops to school?

Yes, there will be secure internet access and students will sign up to our 'bring your own device' policy.

Will students be able to smoke at school?

No, we do not allow staff or sixth form students to smoke on site.