Members of the Hampton Common Room and our pupils offer academic support and enrichment with a number of our partners.
Pupils Working Together
A key aspect of school partnerships is the benefit that can be gained from engagement and collaboration between pupils. through different schemes and peer mentoring and team-based initiatives, pupils learn new skills, build confidence and develop their talents.
Fourth Year Hamptonians help out at lunchtimes in local primary schools to help with reading classes and maths for children as part of their Duke of Edinburgh Award. Boys in the Sixth Form also carry out one timetabled six-week block of community service as part of their Curriculum Enrichment periods.
Maths Wizard Competition
This is a fun and challenging competition for pupils in Year 5 from local primary and prep schools. Teams of four young mathematicians put their knowledge to the test, tackling a range of challenges in a bid to become Maths Wizard Champions and win the coveted Wizard trophy.
The Cabinet of Curiosities (Creative Writing Competition)
Hampton’s English Department offer this opportunity for aspiring young primary school authors in Year 5 to let their imaginations run wild! With a focus on teamwork, pupils work through a series of exciting activities to produce their very own story, developing creative flair and honing their writing skills along the way.
Designed for small groups and whole year groups, our workshops introduce pupils to new problem-solving strategies and help develop confidence in Maths.
Maths Enrichment Lessons for ‘Greater Depth’ Pupils
Designed to stretch and challenge enthusiastic and able mathematicians through exposure to new topics and unfamiliar problems.
Small group enrichment lessons for primary school pupils working at ‘Greater Depth’. Designed to promote a love of the written word and challenge enthusiastic and able writers, exploring the magic of words through new and transferable strategies.
Fun, hands-on workshops for primary school children focusing on quantitative practical tasks. Pupils use a range of scientific apparatus to enable them to apply their scientific knowledge and understanding to a range of activities. The workshops run by Hampton’s Science teachers, also help pupils improve their skills in analysing results, drawing conclusions and presenting findings.