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Final tickets for High School Musical will be on sale tomorrow lunchtime. There are about 30 left for Wednesday and Thursday.


More from our student reward trip to the Rotunda


The next group has their turn


Our first group of students


Students are about to showcase some of their work. Stay tuned for more....


Selected pupils are working with students from other schools at dram workshops today as part of the…


Year 7, 8 and 9 pupils were rewarded for good behaviour and attendance with an afternoon of bowling


Lady Eleanor Holles are holding an evening with author Janey Downshire tonight titled Teenagers Translated. HH fami…


Read about a very positive report about the school from page 3 in this week.

Exam & Key Stage Results

Exam results 2016

A Level results 

Congratulations to our 6th formers for achieving incredibly well in their A Level and BTEC qualifications.  An amazing 42% of grades were A*-B, which increases to 52% when BTEC equivalents are included. 76% achieved A*-C at A Level or equivalent and a 96% pass rate.  This is a fantastic increase on our 22% A*-B last year and doubles the percentage of grades that were predicted based on the students’ prior attainment.  It is a real tribute to the hard work and dedication of our students and staff. 

All students have gained access to the courses they wanted to do at university and some have chosen a more challenging course and university due to the high grades they achieved. Our highest attaining students are Stephanie Martin (A*, A*, B in Maths, Further Maths and French)  and Sam Badgery (A*, A, B in Media Studies, Drama and English) who will be going to Canterbury to study Drama, English and Linguistics, whilst in BTEC Scott Whittart achieved triple Distinction* in BTEC Sports and will be going to St Mary’s University to study Sports Science.  

Congratulations to all the students and we wish them all the best in their future careers. 

GCSE results

Our GCSE results maintained similar levels to last year with 46% of students attaining A*-C in English and Maths.  Impressively, 68% of students made expected or better progress in English which is a significant increase on last year.  This reflects the lower attainment on entry of the cohort this year.

There are many individual students who have performed tremendously well both in terms of attainment and progress.  Our highest attainers are Callum Honeybull (6A*, 3A, 1B), Caroline Berry (3A*, 4A, 3B), Wiktoria Nisnik (2*, 4A, 4B), Jay Odedra (3A*, 4A, 2B), Jasleen Tal (3A, 7B).   

Congratulations to all students and we wish them all the best in the next stage of their educational journey. 

The following link provides access to the DfE School performance tables website, please note this is for the predecessor school Hampton Academy. Hampton High will be updated for Summer 2016 results during the Autumn term.