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21/10/20

An exciting initiative for years 7 - 10 students who are passionate about cricket! The hub is completely free of charge. To register please follow the link below. https://t.co/fmndQbAclP https://t.co/fiIWBjOJIz

21/10/20

Please read the announcement on our website regarding support from parents and the wider community with giving career talks. https://t.co/QmXM19Fpfi

21/10/20

Please read the announcement on our website regarding wearing face masks from Monday 2 November. https://t.co/7HOl2MWR3X

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20/10/20

This week we are celebrating the life of for Did you know that a statue of Mary Seacole sits outside St Thomas' Hospital in London and is believed to be the first in the UK to honour a black woman. https://t.co/WExGbcocaN

16/10/20

Read our weekly opinion piece from our Prefect Team: How Coronavirus has affected me and my school https://t.co/xnErOajGMB

16/10/20

Read our weekly opinion piece from our Prefect Team: Mental health issues in young people - don't let them suffer in silence. https://t.co/JG3ATtzzD7

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16/10/20

Open to girls in Y10/11 interested in playing football? Richmond Park FC Under 16 Girls are looking for more players. Contact hellow.co.uk for more details. https://t.co/D7gWK4HHwg

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16/10/20

Some fantastic artwork from our Year 9 students in the style of https://t.co/LPu2l3LRVA

16/10/20

Please find our weekly newsletter on our website https://t.co/4bWZP37Emc

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16/10/20

This week we are celebrating the life of for Nominated by Miss Harrington, who when speaking about Evaristo's book said, "It was definitely the most thought provoking book I have read all year!" https://t.co/9u7ouS8nxS

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15/10/20

This week we are celebrating the life of for If you want to see some live theatre why not stream this production which deals with some of the issues which Ira Aldridge would have faced. https://t.co/GrdpL57vAO https://t.co/M20ZFJsgtV

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14/10/20

This week we are celebrating the life of for Did you know her non-profit, the Serena Williams Fund, has helped build a school in Uganda and also helped schools in Jamaica and Kenya? https://t.co/n6OvhZI0YG

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14/10/20

This week we are celebrating the life of for He developed an interest in law from his father. Marshall said of his father, "He never told me to be a lawyer, but he turned me into one." https://t.co/vlAufrRgFb

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14/10/20

This week we are celebrating the life of for Did you know Barack comes from the Swahili language, and it means "one who is blessed." https://t.co/Vb9MNOifO5

09/10/20

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09/10/20

Today we are celebrating the life of Ernest Everett Just He was an African American biologist and educator. https://t.co/uQpEMY234x

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08/10/20

Today we are celebrating the life of for He was a writer and abolitionist from Nigeria whose autobiography became immensely popular and helped the abolitionist cause. It is one of the earliest books published by a black African writer. https://t.co/rzalJlIz41

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08/10/20

Y10 have made some fantastic work around 'An Inspector Calls' for English. Ms Stanbridge wanted to say a particular well done to Emily, Grace, Kelly and Morgan! https://t.co/vfHGFmv3kH

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08/10/20

Miss Harrington would like to say thank you to everyone who sponsored her in the Virtual London Marathon - she finished with an official time of 5 hours 25 minutes! The following link takes you to her sponsorship page for https://t.co/ntDXP8Bk74 https://t.co/RhZRSOVzhm

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Posted on: 22/08/2019

Hampton High GCSE Results Summer 2019

It was a real privilege to spend the morning with our year 11 students as they came in and collected their exam results today. 65% students secured grades 9-4*, with 38% securing grades 9-5*, in line with targets set at the beginning of their GCSE course. 11% of our students achieved grades 9 – 7*. For the second year in a row, this cohort of students beat the targets set them. 35 grade 9s were awarded to our students this year. This is an increase on last year, with a smaller cohort sitting the exams. Several students stand out for particular congratulations. Tom Park secured grade 9 in all 9 of his subjects. Last year, only 732 students achieved this nationally. Marcel Holowienko, Jacob Muncey, Reea Soz and Romando Sula all achieved high total and average point scores across their subjects. Other students with outstanding attainment are Annalee James, Andre Wheeler, Ibtihaz Shahid, Sami Nawab, Abi Fisher, Levan Mastrocola, Elliot Mitchell and James Wood.  As an inclusive comprehensive school, it is important to celebrate how much progress from original starting points our students make. Students who made progress well above their targets are Elliot Mitchell, Niole Caldas Missi, Sanaz Akhlaghi, Annalee James, David Leonjev, Andrei Filipas, Marcel Holowienko, Reea Soz, Loic Wood and Ben Chester. Joel Ampaire and Jiahua Lui both secured good grades across their subjects, despite moving to Hampton High from abroad in Years 11 and 10 respectively. We also have a group of students who showed outstanding resilience in the face of adversity. These students continued to study, despite grappling with very challenging circumstances. It is testimony to their strength of character, the year group around them and the support of staff and families, that these students have been able to celebrate today. All of these success stories sum up what Hampton High is about. We are aspirational for our students and will leave no stone unturned in supporting them to achieve. Our students learn to support each other and not give up when things become challenging. This is the year group which had to cope with the most change during their time with us. It is to their credit that they have been able to succeed and now embark on the next stage of their education. Many of them will be staying with us for their sixth form studies and we look forward to them building on the fantastic success of the year 13 cohort in their A levels last week. * = grades including English and maths
Posted on: 15/08/2019

Hampton High A level Results Summer 2019

It was a real privilege to see the delighted faces of our year 13 students as they came in and collected their exam results today. Over a third of our results were grade A, our results are well above the national average, with two of our students, Laurel Flatley and Alisha Mckie, securing grade As in all three of their subjects. Over 50% of our students exceeded their target grades in one or more of their subjects.  Importantly, 100% of students have secured the future destination of their choice. This achievement is testimony to the hard work of the students and their teachers, along with the support of their families. The sixth form at Hampton High is growing, and the 15 students who sat their exams in Year 13 with us this year, in collaboration with Teddington School, have set the bar high for subsequent year groups. The benefits of being a member of a small sixth form were very clear today; the students were all supportive of each other as the envelopes were opened, and their appreciation of their teachers, many of whom were with them today, was very clear. The progress which these students have made with us reflects the findings of our most recent Ofsted inspection: The leadership of the sixth form is strong. Leaders have high aspirations for students and this is reflected in the established systems which enable students to make good progress. We should like to congratulate all of our sixth form students and their families. We wish them all the very best for the next step in their future, and look forward to seeing them when they come in to visit us to let us know how they are getting on. If you would like to find out more about our sixth form and the courses on offer for the next academic year, please contact the school on info@hamptonhigh.org.uk with “sixth form” in the subject line.   A levels 2019 A B C D E Hampton High 34 62 86 93 100 National 25.2 51.1 75.5 90.8 97.5  

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