Hampton Sixth Form allows boys to approach their post-16 education in a challenging yet supportive environment. Our Sixth Form Study and Careers Centre offers the ideal environment for independent and collaborative study.
In Sixth Form, teaching is organised in small groups, enabling pupils to build close partnerships with Sixth Form subject tutors, ensuring their personal and academic development. The majority of boys continue their education through to Sixth Form at Hampton School. However we do welcome a number of external applicants every year from both the State and Independent sectors.
Sixth Form Life
Sixth Formers are viewed as the School’s leaders, at the apex of everything: sport, music, drama, debating, and community service, to name but a few.
They set the standards for the whole School in all they do and the opportunities this provides for leading younger pupils is a key difference between attending a school and going to a Sixth Form College.
Our boys are encouraged to develop the qualities of leadership, initiative and service to others. We believe this enables them to leave school with the confidence and skills to tackle the ever-increasing complexity of modern life.
Life in the Sixth Form at Hampton is exciting, challenging and busy. Take a look at the publication below to find out more:
Sixth Form Life
Sixth Form Study and Careers Centre
The start-of-the-art Sixth Form Study and Careers Centre offers a stunning learning space for our senior boys. The centre significantly enhances the School’s existing teaching facilities and also provides an innovative study area for our Sixth Formers. It offers Hamptonians flexible work spaces, along with private study areas and individual workstations. The centre also houses a specialist UCAS and Careers Department, providing senior boys with exceptional resources and access to Hampton’s alumni network as they consider their path beyond Hampton.
Sixth Formers are privileged to have their own Common Room where they have space to relax and socialise. The Common Room includes football and pool tables, a television and its own cafe.
In recognition of their maturity and position of leadership in the School, Sixth Form boys now replace school uniform with smart business dress.
Prefects and Mentors
The positions of School Captains, Prefects and Mentors are awarded to Sixth Form pupils who embody the ethos of the School, serve as role models to younger boys and act as ambassadors. They are expected to lead by example in every setting and to offer advice and support to the younger boys.