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31/03/20

Rainbows - Hampton High... https://t.co/vT2RzW8qpJ

31/03/20

Quiz an Astronaut - Hampton High... https://t.co/sCWhBwUDp0

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25/03/20

Retweetd From Department for Education

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. https://t.co/r6cJP28dyY

23/03/20

To parents, students or staff who have experienced a problem accessing SMHW today. https://t.co/W5sP3a3dtF

23/03/20

Stories for children - Free streaming from Audible. https://t.co/bs4CzusmcS

13/03/20

Please find this week's Newsletter on our website https://t.co/TArEHFFa3w

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13/03/20

National Demo Day celebrations: Some student's got to have a go at lighting the Methane Bubbles too! https://t.co/INmpZHDDrF

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13/03/20

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! https://t.co/b6bNdlVVge

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1238393525286338560

13/03/20

Happy Science Week from our Science department! https://t.co/jwVzDLtx4V

13/03/20

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. https://t.co/rsIL7gGHGe

13/03/20

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.

13/03/20

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 https://t.co/P22qmJzgpT

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1238025370424786946

12/03/20

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." https://t.co/9HXQlSDNhB

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1238023829131350016

12/03/20

Did you know this? Happy Science Week from our Science department! https://t.co/lsiQPlOqYV

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1237720902047019008

11/03/20

Take a peek at our Conservation Area in this glorious Spring sunshine! https://t.co/N10UgK4I0a

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1237705631349510145

11/03/20

Y7 make the most of this splendid sunshine we are having this morning and find places for their bug hotels they have been making! They will check back next week to find out if they have had any visitors! https://t.co/88sPa0Zw4l

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1237693796495867904

11/03/20

Y8 having lots of fun designing a pulley system this morning with Mr Haigh! We will have to wait until tomorrow to find out the winning team! https://t.co/xsZez7020D

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1237660038346551301

11/03/20

Did you know this? Happy Science Week from our Science department! https://t.co/n1BvLlgTod

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1237366018261094405

10/03/20

Evie and Sienna have made some stunning 'Bug Hotels' this morning with Mrs Willingale as part of Science Week! Well done girls! https://t.co/r4K5xkcYl2

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1237364942141034496

10/03/20

Y11 create a buzz of energy this morning during their revision breakfast! Staff were on hand to answer any questions. https://t.co/Plgediie55

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Posted on: 31/03/2020

Quiz an Astronaut

Helen Sharman was the first British astronaut and the first women to visit the Mir space station in 1991. Helen has a huge amount of experience in ‘isolation’ – being away from friends and family, having to find new ways to keep fit and healthy in a confined space and of course keeping motivated. She is keen to share her knowledge with young people across the borough. Helen will be creating a short video presentation for children and would like to be able to answer some video questions submitted by young people from the borough as part of this. Helen will NOT be able to use all videos – however, she will try and use as many as possible. If your child would like to take part, here is some guidance for submitting a video: They need to be filmed in landscape format (NOT portrait). They need to be short – no longer than 20 seconds long. The child needs to say their name (first name is fine), age and school at the start of the video. Ideally they are filmed just as a ‘headshot’ in a very quiet place so the sound is clear. The question needs to be in relation to Helen Sharman’s experience in space, and advice she can give children and young people about staying at home. The video can either be sent via email to: Elinor.firth@richmondandwandsworth.gov.uk OR via Whats App to: 07877 148372. If emailed, please send in MP4 format. Elinor Firth is the Head of Communications for Richmond Council, who is co-ordinating with Helen. Parents need to understand that the videos will be used in a video presentation that will be shared on the Council’s website and on social media. The deadline for all videos is 10am on Monday 6th April. This should give the weekend for children to think about their questions and create their videos. Everyone who sends in a question will recieve a copy of the video. It may not be possible to contact all families to say whether their children’s questions have been answered
Posted on: 21/03/2020

Important - children of key workers

Dear Families, Further to the release of the key worker list yesterday, I just want to remind you that the guidance is that any child falling into this category should only come into school from next week if there is absolutely no other alternative. We are operating a skeleton staff, as so many colleagues are self-isolating and it is important that the staff in school remain healthy to look after the students who absolutely have to be in. For this reason, we are prioritising the KS3 children of key workers. Our resources are scarce and this is the group of students who probably cannot be left home alone whilst their parents are at work on the front line. If you have been contacted separately and an arrangement has been made before yesterday for your child to come in then we are expecting to see them at 8.30 on Monday morning, regardless of key stage. If your child is in receipt of free school meals, please remember that a “meal deal” type of sandwich pack will be available at school Reception between 12.00 and 12.30pm from Monday. Please ensure that you observe these timings, as we will have to divert precious resources from elsewhere in the school to run this. All students will need to sign their meal out, so that we can accurately cater for students for the remainder of the week as we wait for the government vouchers to arrive. Thank you again for your continued support of our school community in these uncertain times. Rebecca Poole Headteacher Hampton High

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