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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

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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

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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

11/06/17

Retweetd From Thames Handball

What about London Youth Games next weekend? We could use competitive players for its not too late to apply.

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/873925848772091904

11/06/17

Retweetd From England Handball

. play Wellington in boys u13 schools https://t.co/ODUPg9qKdW

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11/06/17

Retweetd From England Handball

. beat 6-1 in boys schools https://t.co/iBCuFLa8wk

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11/06/17

Fantastic picture of our handball stars in action in their final group game at the national final https://t.co/hxlATPvEmn

Results Day

A Level and AS Results Day 2017 and Year 13 Re-Enrolment

A Level results collection

How do I collect my results?

Students will be able to collect their A Level results from Hampton High Sixth Form between 9-10am on Thursday 17 August 2017. We hope many of you choose to collect them in person so that we can share in your successes with you. 

Results cannot be given over the phone. If you are unable to attend on the day you may send a representative with a signed letter stating they have your authority to collect your results on your behalf.

Thursday 17 August 

8am - UCAS Track available online for students to check university confirmations

9am Hampton High open for results collection and university/careers support for those who want to access clearing

12.00 Direct Service Contact from university for those that have registered

15.00 students can register for clearing

15.00 School closes

20.00 UCAS closes for the day

For more information on how to access clearing, adjustment or the Direct Service Contact please see the UCAS website – www.ucas.com

I’m not sure I will achieve the grades – can I do anything before results day in August?

If you feel that you will be unable to meet your offers you have two alternative options:

(i)  Students can email admissions at the universities whom they have accepted an offer from to change the status of their application to ‘decline’. At this stage, the student can apply again through UCAS Extra, a service that offers students the chance to pick another course, perhaps better suited to their current level of attainment. UCAS Extra runs from February 25th until July 4th 2017, applications can be done via: https://www.ucas.com/ucas/undergraduate/apply-and-track/track-your-application/extra-choices.
 
(ii) Students who wish to wait, but feel after sitting their exams they are unlikely to meet the conditions of their offer have got the option to go through Clearing early. As above they would need to have the university change their application to ‘decline’, and they can then proceed with a search via Clearing from 5 July. UCAS offer advice to all students and can talk through individual applications to ensure the student makes the correct choice, the number to access this service is: 03714680468. 

What should I do if I have not met the required grades for my university place?

The advice from UCAS is as follows:
If a student does not meet the conditions of their firm choice on 17 August, their application will be passed on to the insurance choice. If neither university accepts then the student will be automatically placed into UCAS Clearing, this is updated via their Track status on UCAS. UCAS Clearing offers all the courses that are left and Hampton High staff have undergone specialised training to support students with this process.

For further information and FAQs please visit: www.ucas.com

I need advice about what to do next – what support is there for me?

The Sixth form Leadership and Careers Guidance teams will be available between 9am – 3pm on Thursday 18th August.  Please call 020 8989 3399 if you need further advice. 

How does UCAS work between now and Results Day?

UCAS suspend the track service that students use for their applications from the 12 August and it is then re-opened on results day.  Clearing is an option for those who have not met their grade requirements -- last year 61,000 students used this service successfully to obtain places at universities.  For more detailed advice on how clearing works please refer to the following link:  https://www.ucas.com/ucas/undergraduate/apply-and-track/results/no-offers-use-clearing

From Wednesday 5 July onwards course vacancies are available to research on Clearing at www.ucas.com

Students who are not confident that they will meet their grade requirements, may want to research courses and universities that are current to give them an idea of their options for clearing on results day. This is a live database and is updated regularly.

What should I do if I want to request a remark?

Exam Remark Request forms will be available on Thursday 17 August from the Exams Officer, on the website and from Sixth Form reception.  Before applying for a re-mark we strongly suggest you seek further advice/support from your subject teacher in the first instance as marks and grades can go up, down or remain the same.

AS Exam results collection

How do I collect my results?

AS examination results will be available for collection from 9.00 am – 15.00 pm on Thursday 17 August.

Students who are concerned about their results and may not have attained the grades to progress into Year 13 can book an appointment to see a member of the sixth form team between 9am – 3pm on Thursday 17th August 2017.

Students unable to attend at this time need to see Ms Weaver or Miss Metcalfe at the beginning of term.

Re-Enrolment of Year 13

All Year 13 students will have to be re-enrolled into Year 13 at the start of the school year. This process will take place on Wednesday 6 September and will involve students updating their personal details, completing start of term administration and agreeing their final timetable for 2017-18. It is expected that most students will want to drop from four subjects to three at A2. Some students will need support and guidance about making this decision and should consider the following advice.

  • It is usually best to choose the subjects to continue from your three best final AS grades
  • Make sure you have researched your university choices and entrance criteria for your next steps
  • Ask your subject teachers for advice. They will be available for advice from Wednesday 6 September