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Our Christmas Tree sale is on December 2nd. See poster for details.


More from our Race Night


manager Alan Dowson and Liz Tough from with Mr Cranston at our Race Night


Some highlight from last nights’s Race Night held to raise money for the school


manager Alan Dawson will be attending our race night this Friday. See poster for details.


The Friends if Hampton High are running a charity race night on November 10th. See poster for details.


The school are recruiting for four vacancies. Please see website link for details


Our Parents’ Forum on E-Safety and Showmyhomework is tonight, starting at 6pm.


Our girls in action at a football tournament for Richmond Schools


Our year 11 mock exam timetable


Our GCSE food tech revision guidelines


Read about Race Night in our weekly newsletter


Read about our school trip to Naples and Halloween charity fashion show in our weekly newsletter


Tickets for our school musical Annie are on sale on sQuid. See poster for details.


The Friends of Hampton High Race Night will be held on November 10. See poster for details.


A big thank you goes to all our Race Night sponsors. Special mention to Hampton Spice for providing the Indian nibbles for the night.


More from our catwalk show in aid of


Our students put on a spookily good Halloween catwalk show to raise money for

Posted on: 18/05/2017

Year 10 PGL trip to Paris

Paris in the Spring was not the idyllic weather we had hoped but it did not dampen our enthusiasm or our spirits! We arrived at 6pm local time to a picturesque chateau just east of the city. We were taken on a tour of the expansive and very pretty grounds by our PGL guide Helen and checked into our homes for the weekend.  

Bright and early Saturday morning Year 10 ate a hearty croissant, met with Helen, made baguettes for packed lunch and climbed aboard the coach for our trip into the city of lights. First stop the Eiffel Tower! Year 10 students had the  opportunity to climb the 674 steps to the second floor where the views, although slightly soggy were spectacular. Next stop was a bateau on the Seine to drink in the sights of the first and fourth arrondissement and wave "bonjour" to the gothic architecture of Notre Dame cathedral. The Year 10s were desperate to practice their french and impress their MFL teachers so we took a trip to Basilica of Sacre-Coeur and Montmartre where frites and chocolat chaud were consumed.

Sunday found us lining up to meet Mickey Mouse and friends at EuroDisney! Even the most cynical and "cool" teenagers couldn't hide their delight and excitement once passing through the gates onto "Main Street USA" and up to Sleeping Beauty's castle. After a full day of rides, food and meeting Disney "friends" an exhausted group of students were met back at the chateau by a french themed dining experience. The more adventurous palates tried the snails and pate while those who were less enthusiastic settled for a more familiar fare.

Monday morning we bid adieu to Helen and the team and stopped off at the very large Carrefour to make some final purchases. The journey home was swift and thankfully uneventful.

The students were a delight to spend a weekend away with and memories were made that will last a lifetime.

Photographs were taken by Luke Mould.

Written by Mrs Martin

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