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Rebecca Poole quoted in an article in the BBC news.


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Thank you to one of our lovely parents who organised for Paula King to bring us a "real" coffee bar drink. It was much appreciated by all the staff working here today with students.


If you would still like to participate, we are keeping the link open until Wednesday.


Thank you to everyone in the Hampton High school community for supporting our 2.6 challenge. So far we have raised £1,434 for The Trussell Trust, which is the national Food bank charity.


Rainbows - Hampton High...


Quiz an Astronaut - Hampton High...


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We have been informed some parents have received an email stating: ‘As schools will be closing, if you're entitled to free school meals, please send your bank details and we'll make sure you're supported’. This is a scam email - do not respond, and delete immediately.


To parents, students or staff who have experienced a problem accessing SMHW today.


Stories for children - Free streaming from Audible.


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National Demo Day celebrations: Some student's got to have a go at lighting the Methane Bubbles too!


We celebrated Naitonal Demo Day within the science department yesterday lunchtime by burning Methane Bubbles! Students got to watch Mr Haigh demonstrate how water is a poor conductor of heat and insulates his hands from the flames! Don't try this at home!


Happy Science Week from our Science department!


A parentmail has been sent to all families with more details concerning this and the scheduled school trips. Please read the parentmail first before emailing the school.


School Update Regarding Coronavirus: Following the announcement from the Cobra meeting this afternoon, please be aware that the advice for self-quarantining for suspected coronavirus symptoms has now changed.


We are very grateful to the boys of Hampton School, who support our students with both empathy and humour!. They are a real credit to


Well done to our students who carried out their first practice expedition on Saturday at Boxhill. They planned their routes and tested their navigation skills. Mr Crossan said, "All did really well and worked together brilliantly as a team."


Did you know this? Happy Science Week from our Science department!


Waiting List 

A waiting list for the school will be held by the Local Authority in criteria order (regardless of when an application is received) until the end of the academic year in July 2020.  After this date the school waiting lists will be disbanded and parents will have to request in writing to have their child’s name added to a waiting list for the school. 

In-year Admissions 

Admissions for the present Year 7 to 11 are coordinated by the School Admissions Department at Richmond and Hounslow Council.  

Appeals Process 

Hampton High School Admission Appeals Timetable - Year 7 September 2019 

If your child has been refused a place at your preferred secondary school, you may appeal the decision of the admissions authority. Your reasons for appealing will then be considered by an independent panel. 
For information on how to appeal for a place for your child you will need to contact either Richmond Democratic Services, Phone: 020 8891 7183 or Hounslow Democratic services Phone 020 8583 3356, depending on which borough you currently live in. 

In the event of oversubscription the criteria below will be applied: 

Oversubscription Criteria For Year 7 At Hampton High For 2019-20 

Places will be allocated to those children whose families have expressed a preference for that school by submission of an application form to their home Local Authority by 31 October 2019. If there are more preferences expressed than available places, they will be allocated in accordance with the following criteria in order of priority:  
1.Children who are, Looked After Children (LAC), to qualify for this criteria, currently looked after and previously looked after children are defined as:  

  • Children who are in the care of a local authority, or being provided with accommodation by a local authority in the exercise of their social services functions in accordance with Section 22 of the Children Act 1989, at the time an application for a school is made;  
  • Children who were previously looked after, but ceased to be so because they were adopted (under the Adoption Act 1976 or Adoption and Children’s Act 2002), or became subject to a child arrangements order or special guardianship order. 

2. Children who have an exceptional medical or social need requiring attendance at Hampton High rather than any other school. Such needs must be supported, at the time of application, by reports or letters from suitable professionals such as GPs, consultants or social workers. Circumstances cannot be taken into account unless information is provided at the time of application and failure to provide such information at that stage may therefore affect whether or not the children are allocated places at the preferred schools. All information submitted will be regarded as confidential.  

3. Children who have siblings (by which is meant full, step-, half- and adopted siblings living in the same household) at the school in years 7 – 11 at the point of admission.  

4. Students (by which is meant full, step-, half- and adopted siblings living in the same household) of staff directly employed by Hampton High School for two years or more before the admission application and employed at the point of admission.  
1. Any offer of a place on the grounds of proximity is conditional on the child being resident at the address provided at the closing date for application. A business address, a childminder’s address, or any address other than the child’s permanent home will not be accepted. Proof of address will be sought and may be the subject of further investigation. Temporary addresses will not be used for the purpose of administering applications.  
2. Children with an Education and Health Care Plan that specifies Hampton High as the placement school will be allocated a place through a separate procedure, in accordance with the Special Educational Needs Code of Practice. 

3. Applications made under criterion one must be accompanied by details of circumstance and professionally supported evidence (e.g. from a social worker); Evidence will be verified by the LA before applications are passed to schools. If a school receives an application directly, please ensure the status of a LAC or Previously LAC is verified.  
4. The Authority’s Fair Access Panel may make placements, over the admission number if the school is full. 

How places were offered on 1 March  for September entry




Total number of applications




Looked after and previously looked after children (criterion i)




Family, social, medical reasons (criterion ii)




Siblings (criterion iii)




Distance (criterion iv)




Students with a statement/EHCP




There is a waiting list.

The information above is given for guidance only.

The number of applications received and the overall situation changes from year-to-year.

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