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15/12/17

Sixth Form students are organising Christmas Jumper day on Weds Dec 20th for charity . Cost is £1 to wear Christmas Jumper. https://t.co/KcylMAURGj

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14/12/17

Y8 students have created Mosaics inspired by artists Kandinsky and Beatrice Milhazes. https://t.co/zbHvZzoH6D

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13/12/17

For more exclusive video content from head over to our parents Facebook page. Search Hampton High Parents and click to join https://t.co/aKHKxldCKr

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13/12/17

And we are underway https://t.co/oZfUvXUSVR

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13/12/17

Guest have arrived, stage is set, we are about to start https://t.co/BvsS9x1dTD

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13/12/17

Our students visited neighbouring for a talk on ‘Fake News’ from journalist Grant Feller https://t.co/pF3wShfzKz

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13/12/17

Pupils from Buckingham and Hampton Juniors are arriving for our performance of Annie https://t.co/gM3WogCAfC

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13/12/17

Backstage at our performance of Annie to primary school pupils. Performance at 1pm. https://t.co/PXruDQRtnz

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13/12/17

The cast of Annie warming up before the performance to primary school pupils his afternoon https://t.co/UFvkK6nqLN

13/12/17

We will be tweeting live from the primary school performance of Annie from 1pm. Stay tuned!

12/12/17

Our Year 8 student Stan Curd https://t.co/eEhUpuR4yY

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11/12/17

Getting in the festive spirit: our Christmas tree in reception. https://t.co/GmBq7PdrS2

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11/12/17

Year 7 Ted Curd won goalkeeper of the tournament in Poznan, Poland with Chelsea this weekend. https://t.co/UB6cq6nUzE

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/939770445347328000

10/12/17

The year 9 football team were victorious in the Richmond Borough 5-a-side tournament https://t.co/u6zeppu4JQ

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09/12/17

Retweetd From HamptonCCF

all warming up for the finale of the weekend. The assault course. Well done to all of the cadets, great effort all round. https://t.co/OUb2U0p3XM

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09/12/17

Retweetd From Hampton School

Huge thanks to renowned journalist and media consultant for today's fascinating Talk! on fake news and the importance of freedom of speech and an open debate https://t.co/g6PhkP1AXK

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09/12/17

Retweetd From HamptonCCF

- cadets from Hampton CCF ready to fly at 6AEF RAF Benson https://t.co/LWlgYjb7N8

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09/12/17

Retweetd From HamptonCCF

- great day for flying if not a bit grey. https://t.co/Hm2EKrFAH0

09/12/17

Retweetd From TheHamptonite

Poss ? Poss ? Definitely

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08/12/17

More from the year 7 specialised cell project in biology class https://t.co/ZX9Ua0lY3G

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Posted on: 25/08/2017

GCSE Results 2017

We are delighted with the GCSE results this year. The students and staff have worked incredibly hard through the year and the results are a credit to them. Although the introduction of the new GCSE in English and Maths has proved challenging and makes comparison with last year difficult, the percentage of students achieving Grade 4+ in English and Maths has increased from 46% A*-C in 2016 to 66% this year – a whopping 20% increase. 75% of our Maths students achieved Grade 4+ and 73% of the English students, again increases from 51% and 63% last year. This is a real testament to the hard work and dedication of all involved. It is also fantastic to see a number of students achieving the very highest Grade 9 in both English and Maths as well as a number of grade 8s achieved across both subjects. The following students have achieved particularly well: Marc Parker: 4A*s, 2A, 9 in Maths and 7 and 6 in English Literature and English Language Marina Ghaly: 5A*s, 1A, 8 in English Language and 7 in English Literature and Maths Sam  Martin: 5A*s, 1B, 9 in Maths, 7 and 6 in English Literature and English Language Alisha McKie: 2A*s, 3As, 1B, 8 in Maths, 8 in English Literature and 7 in English Language Zoe Gahn: 3A*s, 2As, 1B, 9 in Maths and 7 and 6 in English Literature and English Language Megan Huntingford: 2A*s, 3As, 1B, 9 in English Literature, 7 in English Language and Maths Ehsan Mahmood: 2A*s, 4A, 8 in Maths and 6 in English Literature and English Language Lucas Murray: 6As, 9 in English Literature, 7 in English Language and Maths Katie Cardamone-Ward: 2A*s, 3A, 1B, 8 in English, 6 and 5 in English Literature and English Language Headlines Subject Data
Posted on: 13/12/2017

Deputy Head Ms O’Brien explains teaching and learning at Hampton High

We believe that high quality teaching and learning is our most important priority to enable our students to enjoy and engage with their learning and ultimately achieve and exceed their expected progress levels. This summer’s improvements in results have proven how far we have come with this priority and it remains a key focus this year. We see ourselves as a learning community, not just the students but all staff. All our teachers have their own personal coaches who visit lessons weekly and give timely feedback on practice. We have weekly training sessions and morning workshops to share best practice and learn from other institutions where practice is seen as a strength. Many of our staff are involved in research so we can stay at the cutting edge of education.     In our teaching we try and plan for all learners so we can accurately match resources and activities to student needs. Students will see differentiation in lessons through the teachers’ approach to setting tasks. Students can engage with activities in one of three ways and the teacher will target the most suitable way for each individual. The teacher will also have stretch activities planned so that learners at all abilities can access some higher order thinking activities which should spark some further engagement and interest in the subject.   Teachers mark books regularly with detailed feedback and we encourage students to respond to our marking in green pen so we can see clear dialogue and improvements in books. Members of the Senior Leadership team and Middle Leaders carry out regular learning walks and book scrutinies to ensure these good practices and our high expectations are being met across the school. Homework on SMH has started well and we can already see a greater homework completion rate.

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