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28/06/17

Read about our school trip to the Hampton Festival https://t.co/XJzUB72SHu

27/06/17

Information for our Year 7 and 8 exams can be found here https://t.co/bKliypSIKR

26/06/17

Some information about year 6 transition day on July 3 https://t.co/7tiLughYDk

26/06/17

Read about our brilliant year 7 science clubs green fingered initiative being rolled out nationwide https://t.co/QboFYuG0DV

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/877893227868803073

22/06/17

Congratulations to Hampton Hill School who today won the Primary Schools Dance Festival https://t.co/jAuTJ8pfrz

21/06/17

Remember it’s mufti day on Friday for a very good cause. Wear something green and donate a pound for

21/06/17

Read about our National Champions Handball team in the https://t.co/zKmO1CDh7x

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/877224043623088129

20/06/17

Up close, the national handball final trophy. Congratulation once again to our our Y8 team. https://t.co/EnEQVa5xda

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/876849668982018050

19/06/17

Mr Bucknall with the National Handball Finals trophy. https://t.co/xhkJNqstZw

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/875739811881136129

16/06/17

Our cycling team proved too good for the competition in speed and endurance races for the Richmond Borough Cycling https://t.co/xOZoxxlvOn

16/06/17

Read about our all conquering handball team’s victory in the national final https://t.co/uqrWMZENKZ

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/875374770241589248

15/06/17

Our Y7/8s have been crowned borough cycling champions after recording the quickest time at a competition. https://t.co/yPCg9o4Y6u

11/06/17

Retweetd From ELIZABETH George

THEY WON! Our boys are national champions.

11/06/17

Retweetd From SailorBaeJon

Superb result, congrats to all!!

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/873947306919432193

11/06/17

Retweetd From England Handball

crowned u13 schools national champions after beating Wellington Trafford in the final finals https://t.co/GTzskDRke9

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/873946150973341696

11/06/17

Some pictures from the final of our handball win https://t.co/mWrrz1s9dF

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/873945628195377153

11/06/17

Winners! Our handball team pose for a picture after winning the National Championship https://t.co/VuKesP1zpy

11/06/17

Our handball boys are NATIONAL CHAMPIONS after winning the final 10-8. Stay tuned for pictures.

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/873926348389134336

11/06/17

Our handball stars are leading 8-3 at half time in the national championship final https://t.co/CcGloQUZQs

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Posted on: 10/05/2017

Year 9 students - "a credit to the school"

Our Year 9 sports leaders were described as a “credit to the school” after helping to run the Year 1 Richmond Sports Festival.

Our 15 students provided support to pupils during a series of fun sporting activities held in the Sports Hall this week.

Youngsters from Hampton Infants, Thomson House, St Mary’s, Carlisle and Trafalgar took part in the event, which was organised by the Richmond Schools Sports Partnership (RSSP).

Hampton Infants pupil Ella said: “I had a really great day. I would like to do it all over again if I can.”

Daisy, also from Hampton Infants, added: “My favourite thing was the zig zag, it was really fun.”

Year 9 Reece Foster said: “Because I am doing GCSE PE next year the teachers asked me if I wanted to get involved. It was really enjoyable because it allowed me to work on my leadership skills and to work with younger students.”

Sports leader Kira Marks added: “Both my sister and my mum work with children so it was something I was keen to be involved with. I really like Rugby so if I can’t play professionally one day I would love to be a coach to younger children.”

RSSP games organiser Maggie Morrell said: “‘The Year 9 young leaders from Hampton High were amazing and a credit to their school. They set up and ran the festival and enhanced the experience for the infant pupils.Without young leaders, we would not be able to run these festivals - they play a very important role in our events.”

Thank you to the following Year 9 students: Eunice Choi, Jake Brown, Jess Rowe, Hannah Rowe, Jess Baines, Will Zair, Reece Foster, Beatrice O'Riordan, Spencer Griffin, Kira Marks, Sasha Edwards-Stoner, Lewis Blundell, James Wood and Qiyaam Bana.

Written by Tom Barnes

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