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19/11/18

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We are delighted to be sponsoring this local event at in December. Save the date for your diary! https://t.co/B8XSuE698f

19/11/18

Parents’ Forum - Keeping Children Safe, Tuesday 27 November at 6pm: Delivered by PC Robbie Claydon. RSVP: info.org.uk with parents’ forum in the subject line.

19/11/18

careers team are looking for volunteers to share their experiences and provide information and insight about their profession at our next careers event on 20 December. If you are interested and able to support this event please email futures.org.uk

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19/11/18

Sixth Form students brushed up on their cookery skills again this week making paella! https://t.co/gwrZb7JRsZ

19/11/18

Congratulations to Alisha McKie and Emily Tull in Year 13 who have received five offers from their University choices this week. Well done girls!

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19/11/18

Yr 13 Sociology students enjoyed their trip to the Royal Courts of Justice and The Old Bailey last week. https://t.co/vVCJM7s8kg

19/11/18

Homework Club has received a major boost since Toast Club was introduced. We would like to say a special thank you to parent, Sarah Beadell for providing the toaster and to bakery for donating the bread!

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19/11/18

Staff success - congratulations to Alicia McComish, Teacher of PE, who made her debut for Wales which saw her earn her first cap on Saturday 3 November! You can follow for updates and see the article here: https://t.co/ybp1RkFqMK https://t.co/15tQixcLXg

16/11/18

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

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12/11/18

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Last few minutes before we set off https://t.co/wpEaRO7HTa

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12/11/18

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Early start for Hampton CCF, in the City of London getting ready for the Lord Mayor’s Show Parade. https://t.co/ldwiC1e61g

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12/11/18

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Just before we leave for the return trip, well done to Hampton CCF https://t.co/K6OIrlpcwa

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12/11/18

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Well done to Hampton CCF, very proud of you. You kept it together. You have earned your lunch today. https://t.co/bLCP2IaXjp

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12/11/18

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thank you to our cadets for parading today. Good turn out https://t.co/jtf37y6dhr

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12/11/18

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Today, at Hampton's Remembrance Day parade, with pupils from and remembered those who made the ultimate sacrifice. https://t.co/4XFL6dR3xb

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12/11/18

Book Fair - Monday 26 November - Friday 30 November https://t.co/TKOuk0L5IU

09/11/18

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

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09/11/18

Christmas Tree Sale - Saturday 8 December. Thanks to for sponsoring the event. https://t.co/KM72rg39iF

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08/11/18

Sixth Form students have been polishing up on their cookery skills again this week by cooking fajitas! https://t.co/rNLrefWyxq

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Posted on: 19/10/2018

Our SENDCo, Ben Fleetham introduces the SEND team and what they do

“I joined Hampton High in September of 2017, and I feel very privileged to be part of the school community. Since joining the school the staff have made me feel incredibly welcome.   The students have embraced the changes over the last few years with an excellent level of maturity. So many of our students feel comfortable asking for support from staff, which is fantastic. Those who are somewhat more reserved are picked up by our excellent SEND team; they are able to identify and engage students that wouldn’t otherwise ask for help.   The skills the SEND team have is second only to their passion to support our students. The personal support they offer our students and the confidence they give them is why I am so proud to be part of the Hampton High team.    One of our Year 11 students recently wrote a letter to prospective students touring our Open Evening to explain how the SEND team has helped them throughout their time here. “Hampton High has helped me since I first began at this school 5 years ago back in 2014. They helped me settle in from the minute I stepped through the door by helping me overcome the stresses of a new experience and learn new skills. They helped me organise my timetable, complete homework on time, and sort out social issues, helping me cope with my exam anxiety and are always willing to listen to me whenever I felt down. Mr Fleetham, Ms Dyett and others have helped me overcome my fears and allowed me to reach my ambitions. I will be completing my GCSEs soon and I am sure that I would be nowhere near as ready for them as I am now if it wasn’t for their help.”   At Hampton High we are committed to a proactive support network to ensure that all of our students can be successful during their time at Hampton High. This includes in class support as well as interventions outside of the classroom. Detailed information regarding supporting students with SEND can be found on our website.   If you would like to contact our SENDCo, Ben Fleetham directly, please email him on benjamin.fleetham@hamptonhigh.org.uk.
Posted on: 19/10/2018

Parents’ Forum

A group of parents attended our first parents forum this year on the topic of ‘understanding student progress at KS3’. During the evening Tracey O’Brien, senior deputy head, discussed the school approach to assessment and learning at KS3 (years 7, 8 and 9). Tracey outlined how the school decides on what level of work students should be focusing on and how our ‘Learning Journeys’ help the students. They enable the teacher to see exactly what the learners can and can’t do yet and guide them in to knowing what their next steps are. The parents got really engaged and we set up a small focus group to look at how we report to parents at KS3. Tracey will write up outcomes from the evening and put this on the website, together with the presentation from the forum over the next few weeks.    Feedback from parent Claire Wadham on the Parents’ Facebook page. “Just back from a really informative presentation and discussion with KS3 parents and Ms O’Brien about student progress in years 7-9.   I now understand so much more about how the school keeps a constant eye on our children’s progress and how they are themselves involved in assessing their own progress through subject ‘Learning Journeys’. We had a really interesting discussion about the motivational aspects of how progress can be reported and how they actually provide so much more detail about each student than is possible in the statutory termly report. It’s clear that a lot of energy and thought goes into tracking to support them at whatever level they are working. I was really pleased to hear that the school are actively seeking our views on reports. If you didn’t make it tonight, the slides will be on the school website soon.”

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