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Year 11 students do some revision with Headteacher, Ms Poole in preparation for their written German exam tomorrow.


Our students enjoy a beautiful weekend in the New Forest.


Brothers Stan and Ted Curd excelled themselves with their recent live radio interview. They should be very proud of the mature and articulate manner in which they conducted the interview. Well done boys!


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we smashed it today at Carnival!


A huge thank you to our dedicated team of FoHH for putting on a splendid show at the YMCA Hampton Carnival.


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We had a great time We are excited to find out who is going to win on Monday.


More picture from our farewell party for Year 11 students. We look forward to seeing them again on results day. Best of luck.


Join the Friends of Hampton High at upcoming community events. See poster for details


Year 11 students doing some last minute preparations for their maths GCSE exam


Our Carnegie club debate their favourite books with students from and


Year 9 students have been creating human hand art with residents at the Laurel Dene Care Home as part of a community project


More pictures from our Cambodia Football Fundraiser


Join the Friends of Hampton High at upcoming community events. See poster for details


Students Jonny Brook and Patryk Niznik taking to the skies of Oxfordshire


Year 11s revising ahead of their exams earlier this week.


Our Year 7 and 8 girls rounders team made it four victories on the trot with a win over Turing House 7.5 - 4


Year 8 take part in a litter picking reward system to encourage them to take pride in their school community


Year 10 students watched the Merchant of Venice at the Globe Theatre as part of their study for GCSEs.


Year 10 girls visited Northolt to learn about careers


Year 10 students by Jess Rowe and Kira Marks attended the Combined Cadet Force Annual Dinner

Posted on: 08/12/2017

Academic Mentoring Scheme

72 students from across Years 7 to 10 are involved in an academic mentoring scheme.
Students in Year 9 and 10 act as mentors in one of the core subjects (english, maths and science) to students in Years 7 and 8. The purpose is twofold, to support the learning of students in younger years and to provide an opportunity for older students to share their knowledge and experience while at the same time developing leadership skills. Students work in a 1:3 ratio of mentors to mentees.
The first sessions took place last week. Mr Crossan, Head of Year 9 said “the students were outstanding! The Year 7 and 8 students engaged well with the work and treated the mentors like they were full time teachers! “
Year 7 student, Florina Prozllopi said to Mr Crossan this morning, “I wish this was run everyday sir, it is so good!”
Both Mr Haigh, Head of Year 8 and Mr Crossan would like to thank the Year 9 and 10 mentors. They said “they took to the role amazingly well and were professional throughout.”




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