Hamptonians are friendly, lively and unpretentious.
Our School is a community where success is based upon aspiring to personal best rather than the pursuit of narrowly-defined targets.
We welcome academically-minded boys from both maintained and independent schools, irrespective of ethnic group and background, and of their religious or non-religious beliefs.
We encourage every Hamptonian to develop their full academic potential and to develop skills for life through the wide range of cultural, spiritual and sporting opportunities on offer.
We believe that education is not only about acquiring knowledge and skills, but also the development of a spirit of intellectual enquiry in a caring, stimulating and enjoyable environment.
We aspire to enable our pupils not only to make sense of the world, but also to want to improve it and make a difference for good.
Above all, we want Hamptonians to be open-minded, tolerant and full of conviction, to have a clear sense of right and wrong, and to aim for personal best while supporting those around them with kindness and respect.
We AIM To
attract and educate
boys of academic and all-round ambition from a wide range of schools
a challenging and stimulating education
a friendly and supportive environment
in our pupils
the desire to achieve their full academic potential
a participative but critical approach to learning
a helpful and committed attitude to their School and the community
respect for self and others
involvement in co-curricular activities
skills for life at university and beyond
We Attempt to achieve
these aims through
a broad and balanced curriculum
an established system of pastoral care
a co-operative and collaborative relationship with the community
an extensive range of co-curricular activities
the recruitment and development of excellent teaching and support staff
the development and maintenance of our site and its facilities