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27/11/20

Read our weekly opinion piece from our Prefect Team: How Hampton High has changed because of Covid https://t.co/L94iqgn5JO

27/11/20

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

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27/11/20

Did you know we raised £126.33 on Easyfundraising just this month for our school! To sign up and help raise funds for our school follow the link below. https://t.co/2LV9T874yE https://t.co/T0NlEAeVBG

26/11/20

Y11 Mocks - letter available to read on our website. https://t.co/y8rX7s9o7O

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26/11/20

Christmas Specials available to order from the 1 December! https://t.co/y3Pn8ImlPp

25/11/20

Please support your local school and buy your Christmas Tree from us this year! Saturday 5 December, 10am- 12pm. Please share with family and friends! https://t.co/O5V6aBFQsa

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20/11/20

Help collect items for our annual Rotary Shoebox Scheme for families in need in Eastern Europe. Donations need to be in school by Friday 4 December. https://t.co/TyOIio56o5

20/11/20

Rebecca Poole speaking to the BBC regarding next year's assessments. https://t.co/9w88zalT6I

20/11/20

Amazon Wishlist Did you know that Hampton High has its very own Reading/ Teaching Resources Wishlist on Amazon? Please follow the link to help support our school. https://t.co/YFUBeTUKhD

20/11/20

FoHH AGM Meeting - Wednsday 25 November, 6pm. If you would like to attend, please contact Claire Wadham at friends.org.uk for Zoom details.

20/11/20

Read our weekly opinion piece from our Prefect Team: What's Happening in Australia? https://t.co/zFLHQD6aQY

20/11/20

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

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20/11/20

Our annual Christmas Tree Sale will be on Saturday 5 December, 10am - 12pm. Come along and support our school. https://t.co/Az8HLKAO9K

13/11/20

Read our weekly opinion piece from our Prefect Team: Staying Entertained During Lockdown https://t.co/oPlDvqnRKi

13/11/20

Please find our weekly newsletter on our website https://t.co/prQCoy66H3

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13/11/20

A virtual evening of fun and games - get your tickets here! https://t.co/QzbxZPEHQE Lots of great prizes to be won along the way too from our good friends at Birdie Bikes, Waitrose plus more to be announced. https://t.co/zHVeGDrpYQ

11/11/20

Well done! https://t.co/9rUZkk7JH9

06/11/20

Read our weekly opinion piece from our Prefect Team: What is happening in the UK - New Covid-19 Rules and Protests. https://t.co/SSTvVdt5xl

Posted on: 22/10/2020

The US Presidential Election 2020

Donald J. Trump Versus Joe Biden

By Jacob M, School Prefect

On Tuesday 3 November, the presidential election will take place. The democratic nominee, Joe Biden, will be competing against the republican nominee, Donald Trump – the current president of the United States of America.
 
Whichever new leader of the Free World is elected, the victory will cause scepticism and anger against the other side. The current president, Donald Trump, has already created this uncertainty around the authenticity of the vote. Due to the Covid 19 pandemic, voters are increasingly choosing to vote by mail, which has seen a sharp rise. Trump has been extremely vocal in calling the campaign process into question, creating a conspiracy theory against the authentication of the result.
 
On the other side, the Democrats' distain has grown against Trump, due to his response in tackling Covid-related issues, as well as the response to the Black Lives Matter (BLM) protest, when he refused to speak out against discrimination and systemic racism, which has already created a mass divide in the country. Even in the most recent debate, Trump didn’t refuse to condone white supremacy groups, until he was put under pressure in a recent interview. This, therefore, has created a divided nation, threatening to have an aftermath of protests or riots once the election has taken place. These are unprecedented times.
 
We can only hope that the Presidential Election will go smoothly and that the winner will have won the right to govern fair and square.