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


Talking about the importance of attendance at the Parents’ Forum


Our families get the opportunity to ask questions to our leadership at the Parent’s Forum


Ms O’Brein talks to families about the new vision for the school at the Parent’s Forum this evening


Ms Poole talks to families about the first half of the new term at our Parents’ Forum this evening


More from our Open Evening on Thursday. Thanks to the many families who attended.


The school welcomed a record 480 visitors on Open Evening and a further 70 on Open Morning.


Read about our Year 7/8 football team’s latest success.


Our 7/8 girls put in an impressive performance to defeat Twickenham School


There is still time to get to our Open Evening. Doors open at 6.30pm. See flyer for more information about our morning sessions


Hear about our new headteacher Ms Poole’s exciting new vision for the school at Open Evening this evening.


Our Trust has a new chief executive


Hear about our new headteacher Ms Poole’s exciting new vision for the school at Open Evening tomorrow.


Our students rehearsing for the school production of Annie


Our year 12s raised £330 from baking and selling cakes at a on Friday.


The cast for Annie has been finalised. There is just nine week left for rehearsals, starting tomorrow at 3.15pm.


Read about day at the school on Friday.


Guest the weight of the cake


Our dancers


Our wonderful cake sellers

Posted on: 04/10/2017

Diana Award: Anti-Bullying Ambassador Training

On Wednesday 27th September, a group of eleven students from across years 7-11 visited The Grey Coat Hospital School in Westminster to receive training as Anti-Bullying Ambassadors. The training session took place alongside pupils from schools across the country and was hosted by the Diana Award. 

Our students gained useful insight into preventing bullying through real-life scenarios and tips from last year's cohort. We were asked for a student to be democratically elected as the lead Anti-Bullying Ambassador. Students who put themselves forward for the role delivered short speeches about why they were most suitable. We are proud to announce that Megan Robinson in Year 11 is our lead Anti-Bullying Ambassador and Lilliana Cassiano in Year 8 is our deputy lead. Although Alfie Tuck was not elected, he delivered an impassioned speech which caught the attention of the hosts. He was recognised as one of the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors of the Day. 

I'd like to congratulate all the students who completed their training to become our ambassadors for 2017-18:

Lucianna McKay-Wright

Alfie Tuck

Lilliana Cassiano

Melissa Panesar

Alex Weinberg

Jake Chaudry

Jonny Brook

Jess Rowe

Loic Wood

Megan Robinson

Benjamin Baker

Throughout the event, our students' behaviour was impeccable. They were engaged and willingly contributing to the whole group. Of all the schools there, our students were certainly the most active in taking part. They were a credit to the school.

Miss Taylor - Assistant Headteacher

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