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22/10/20

Read our weekly opinion piece from our Prefect Team: The US Presidential Election 2020 -Donald J. Trump Versus Joe Biden. https://t.co/QN4iodZjzS

22/10/20

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

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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

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1317062056156213250

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

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1316302506377568257

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

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

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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

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1314171627727396864

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

Uniform

Please see below for our uniform requirments.

A list of our new uniform can be found below. 

Our school outfitters are Stevensons in Twickenham. Any queries you may have regarding uniform, please email: info@hamptonhigh.org.uk.

Stevensons

1-15 Heath Road, Twickenham TW1 4DB

Tel: 020 8892 2201

Opening hours: Monday - Saturday 9.00am - 5.30pm. Should parents require an out of hours appointment (up to 8pm) they should contact the store directly. Early booking is advised, it is not necessary to book for normal opening hours. Click here to visit their online shop.

www.stevensons.co.uk

Uniform01

Uniform list

  • Black ankle length socks or opaque black/grey tights
  • White shirt (long or short sleeved)
  • Black or navy coat
  • Plain black leather school shoes (no trainers or sports shoes are allowed)
  • Grey tailored trousers (may be purchased from alternative supplier)

Purchased from Supplier

  • Years 7 - 11 school blazer with Hampton High logo (Year 11 are not required to purchase a school blazer)
  • School tie (red with grey stipes)
  • School V neck jumper with Hampton High logo (optional but compulsory for Year 11)
  • Grey pleated skirt with Hampton High logo or tailored grey trousers

Uniform03PE Kit

All students (items marked with * are compulsory) (Please note that the new PE kit is not compulsory for year 11 students.)

  • Panelled Polo Shirt with Badge*
  • Socks Black with Red Turnover Top*

Either*

  • Shorts with Badge

    Or                                              

    Tracksuit trousers with Hampton High logo

  • Panelled Midlayer with Badge

  • Trainers*

  • Moulded, studded, football boots* (not AstroTurf trainers)

Labelling

We highly recommend that all items of school uniform are clearly labelled with the student's full name.

General Rules on Appearance and Jewellery

Make-up should be discreet. Nail varnish or false nails are not permitted.
Hair Styles should be kept neat and the colour should be a natural shade. Extreme hairstyles, unnatural dyeing or bleaching of hair is not permitted.
Jewellery should be discreet, such as a single pair of stud earrings. Multiple piercings are not permitted. All earrings must be removed for PE lessons for health and safety purposes.

Valuables

  • Students are permitted to bring valuables into school, but have the responsibility of looking after them. Items of value should be stored in student lockers. They should not be left unattended in bags and coats.
  • We recommend that students do not bring large sums of money into school with them.
  • Bicylcles should be padlocked and stored in the school bike racks.
  • Whilst we understand that parents are anxious for their children to have a mobile phone, they can be a distraction to learning, as well as providing a platform for cyber bullying. Any mobile phone brought in to school must be switched off on entering the building and left at the bottom of your child’s school bag until they leave the premises at the end of the day. Students who choose to use their phone during the school day will have their phone confiscated until the end of the day. Students who repeatedly fail to observe the school rule with regards mobile phones will have their phone confiscated and arrangements will be made for a responsible adult from the family to collect the phone at the end of a school day following confiscation.

If a student arrives to school wearing incorrect uniform, where possible the student will be asked to correct their appearance on site. Where this is not possible, a student may be sent home to correct their appearance. Parents will be contacted if this is the case. If a student refuses to comply with instructions to correct their uniform, they will be sanctioned according to the school’s Behaviour Policy which will be updated in September.

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