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Please find our end of term newsletter on our website.


We have been lucky with the weather for our Sports Days this week! Students have been participating in Dodgeball, Netball, Football and Athletics. We will be sharing the results with you next week!


Please find our weekly newsletter on our website.


Y7 have been busy making these lovely spooky soft toys in the style of Tim Burton!


Message from Mrs Molin: Well done Hajan B and Ioana M in Year 7 for writing some wonderful Street Dance reports in Dance.


Well done to Mia C and Poppy B in Y7 for their fantastic use of key art equipment to produce accomplished tonal portraits. Incredible talent, well done!


Out of school success -Well done to Grace S in Y9 for her performance in her drama club's production of 'Adventures in Wonderland' in the gardens of Strawberry Hill House! Ms Povey and Mrs Molin said the performance was amazing. Well done Grace!


A huge thank you to all the parents who helped put on an amazing Prom for our Year 11 last night. We can't thank you enough for all your hard work in making the night such a success for our students!


VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR GARDENING - SAT 10TH JULY. A huge thank you to all those who helped us make a great start on The Wren Garden at the weekend. Work continues this Saturday at 9am. If you would like to get involved please email


Vacancy: Catering Assistant


We are proud to announce a new partnership with starting in September 2021! More details can be found on our website.


Well done to Kornelia B and Daisy S in Y8 for their very accomplished monochromatic still life drawings.


Some beautiful work done by our Y7 students. They set up dynamic compositions and used colour alongside purposeful and accurate sketching to really bring their still life to life! Well done to Lola, Daisy and Leo whose work can be see here.


Message from Mrs Roberts: Well done to my Year 10 art class who have made a start on a final A1 mixed media piece in response to the theme 'Everyday Objects and Lockdown'.


Well done to Vianna M and Vuyiswa M in Y9 for entering the Ledbury Poetry Festival. Their entries can be read in this week's newsletter. If you are a budding poet, their competition is still open for all age groups until Thursday 15 July!


Well done to Louise-Raphaella G in Y9 for her sonnet she wrote in English!


We will be running a Summer School for our new Year 7 students so that they get to meet each other and also the staff.


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London Youth Games Cycling Trials are currently looking to recruit more students for their Road Cycling Trials on Sunday 11 July at Kempton Park Racecourse (Jockey Hostal) - 12pm start.


Y7 have been busy making pizza with Mrs Martin this week!


Hampton High is part of the Richmond West Schools Trust and has a local governing body with delegated powers. Members for 2020-21 are listed below.

Hampton High Governing Body – 2020/21

Sarah Beadell: Co-opted Governor

Sarah is a local business owner, who works from home allowing time to help support learning at the local primary school - something she has done for more than eleven years since her eldest was in the nursery!

She has three children at Hampton High. 

As a firm supporter of the local community, it was important to her that her children attend their local secondary school if it was the right place to encourage, challenge and support their educational journey. 

Determined that Hampton High be considered the secondary school of choice for all children living in Hampton, Sarah joined the Governing Body in 2016 to support the school on its journey to Ofsted 'Good' and beyond.

Rachel Cooper: Co-opted Governor

Rachel has two children at the school and joined the governing body in 2016, to support the school on its transformation journey.

She balances being a mum alongside working for a large consultancy firm, to provide technology and operations advice on business development transactions.

Rachel has recently taken the role of Vice Chair of Governors, and the Chair of the School Improvement Committee.

Murtuza Habib: Co-opted Governor

Murtuza by profession is a business analyst with experience of working on projects to capture requirements, conduct feasibility studies, develop and implement processes within the public, aviation, and other sectors. 

He holds an MBA degree from Warwick University.

As an experienced technology consultant, he looks to bring some expertise and oversight to the running of the school, whilst at the same time learn from the staff and pupils at the school.

Simon Lee: Elected Parent Governor

Simon joined as a governor in 2018. He has been the Chair of the Resources Committee for the past year. 

He is an experienced senior strategic and operational executive for global companies with a focus on business development.

Simon has two children in attendance at Hampton High and is delighted to be in a position to support the school.

David Pease-Watkin: Co-opted Governor

David worked in the city for over 30 years and has lived locally since 1988.

As his father was the headteacher of a primary school he has always had a strong interest in the crucial area of education and he firmly believes in opportunities for all.

He is delighted and honoured to support Hampton High at such an exciting time in its ongoing development.

Nicola Wallace: Co-opted Governor

Nicola has been working in education for the past 15 years, and currently teaches in a London secondary school as a Lead Practitioner of English. 

She has a keen interest in all aspects of school improvement and is honoured to support Hampton High in its inclusive and aspirational work with local children.

Clare Webber: Chair of Governors

Clare was a governor for another local secondary school, with specific interest and responsibility for school improvement. She took on the role of chair of governors of Hampton High in September 2019.  

Previously Clare was in leadership in primary education in the local area.


Address: Hampton High, Hanworth Road, Hampton, Middlesex, TW12 3HB

Chris Welsh: Co-opted Governor

Chris worked for many years in a number of executive roles within the IT industry before becoming a teacher in a local state school in Kingston towards the end of his career.

He brings recent experience of the challenges of the classroom together with an understanding of the importance of developing young people to take an active role in society to the role of governor.

He cares deeply about helping young people to achieve to their potential.
Chris lives in Richmond and is married with two grown up daughters.

He is the governor responsible for Safeguarding in the school.

Andrea Arbiter: Governance Manager

Andrea has been a clerk to a number of governing bodies of Richmond schools over the past nine years, supporting governors in their contributions to school improvement.

She now supports the Members, Trustees and the Local Governing Bodies as the Governance Manager of the Richmond West Schools Trust, providing administration and clerking services in such a way as to support strategic development. 

Rebecca Poole: Headteacher