Welcome to the First Year Blog! Another busy and exciting week draws to a close for the First Years, with the approaching deadline for applications to the Lower School Science Fair, and summer sports training getting into full swing. As part of their PSHE lessons this week, the boys discussed healthy relationships, and how they … Continued
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Remembrance Day, Creative Cells and Meet Mrs Peattie!
Welcome to the First Year Blog! REMEMBRANCE DAY, PITCH PERFECT AND CREATIVE CELLS This week our First Years have got back into the swing of school life at Hampton, attending all the co-curricular activities available at lunchtime and enjoying their sports practices. The School marked Remembrance Day on Thursday with our traditional Remembrance Day assembly, … Continued
Virtual Sports, Arts Award and Mr Neville’s Epic Cycle!
Welcome to the Third Year BLog Heads of Year Message We were so impressed with the creative endeavours of Third Years this week! The Creative Skills Enrichment Morning on Tuesday was a great success allowing boys to explore and develop a new creative skill using digital resources. Feedback from boys taking part across the year … Continued
Food Flags, Beautiful Burnout and Excellent Work!
Welcome to the Third Year Blog! Heads of Year Message You’ve reached the end of the most extraordinary half term at Hampton School in living memory – well done for showing such perseverance and tenacity throughout! We fully endorse Mr Moore’s video message of congratulations and praise to you all. We would like to make … Continued
Quiz Success, Inter Form Competition and Mrs Kirby!
Welcome to the Second Year Blog! I hope everyone had a lovely break and that the boys are feeling refreshed and excited about this half term! As ever we have already had an action packed first week back with Modern Languages Week and Inter Form Football and Rugby, and we have Character Day to look … Continued
RS & Philosophy
Hampton School has a strong and lively tradition of Religious Studies. RS plays a crucial role in supporting the Hampton ethos and boys find the academic courses we teach both broad reaching and relevant to the society they live in. They learn about and learn from the beliefs and examples of others, enabling them to view … Continued
World of Work, Lockdown Rowing and Art Attack!
Welcome to the third year Blog! Another jam-packed week of e-Hampton comes to an end, and the Third Year boys have really got their teeth into two important, but very different topics during Form Time this week. On Monday, the horrific crimes of the Holocaust were remembered in advance of Holocaust Memorial Day on Wednesday. … Continued
Cricket Fixtures, Fiendish Five Questions and Meet Mr Green!
Welcome to the First Year Blog! It has been a shorter week than normal for the First Years, with the Bank Holiday, but no less action-packed for that! The boys have started preparations for their summer assessments in a few weeks, with a second session on revision technique on Thursday, and they have already made … Continued
Core Strength, Snow-tastic and Competition Winner!
Welcome to the First Year Blog! This week started with a thought-provoking Assembly by the Genocide 80Twenty group to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day. The boys then further researched and discussed the issues arising from the stories they had heard with their Form Tutors, and lit an online candle in remembrance. Later in the week the … Continued
Hampton Sports Chronicle, Creative Writing Awards and Spelling Bee!
Welcome to the Third Year Blog! Well done everyone for making it through to half term! We hope everyone has a relaxing a restful break! On Monday the Third Years were in assembly to hear a talk from Andrew McHutchon OH (2007). Andrew spoke about his career, including working for the Mclaren F1 team as … Continued
Together: UK-German Centenary Project
Fourth Year pupil, George Sanders, was honoured for his artwork at the Berlin Embassy as part of the Together: UK-German Centenary Project. For the final year of the centenary of the First World War, the charity Never Such Innocence invited young people from both the UK and Germany to work in partnership, or independently, to … Continued