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Hampton School

Hanworth Road
London Area
TW12 3HD

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ISC ID: 42887


Mr Kevin Knibbs (Headmaster)

Boys - age range:

Day: 11 to 18


1329 pupils

Hampton School case studies (16)

Hampton School Genocide Awareness Day


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Impact of partnership work done in 2020 (ISC annual Census 2019)

  • 79 state schools involved
  • 500+ state school pupils involved
  • 2500 staff hours given

Impact Statement

Serious Fun on Saturdays

We run a popular ‘Serious Fun on Saturdays’ programme for Year 5 boys from local state-maintained primary schools. These pupils very much enjoy lessons in Maths, English, DT, Science, Computer Programming and other subjects run by members of Hampton School’s Common Room and supported by some of our Lower Sixth Form pupils. Here are some of the comments from parents at the end of the course:

“The scheme has given my son the ability to focus, think differently and to be a recipient to new environments, working in teams and individually. Learning new languages and performing science experiments has broadened the spectrum of his confidence and knowledge . . . He has had a great experience and great memories in the last few months.”

“The project has made my son a better person in general and he’s improved a lot in his attitude to work and his learning in school.”

“My son has thoroughly enjoyed his Saturday lessons – he comes home and tells us all about what he has learned. He has always loved learning and this experience has allowed him extra opportunities to learn in new ways and expand his knowledge and understanding.”

“It really has been an amazing opportunity for my son to experience new aspects of Science, History, Languages, English and Maths in a really fun and engaging way. He has come home from each and every session brimming over with enthusiasm for what he has learnt and bursting to show us a new Maths trick or what he has learnt to say in Spanish. . . . I think the course has given him more confidence and I think it will help in making the transition to secondary school less daunting.”

Seconding staff to teach pupils from local primary and secondary schools

Four members of our Common Room have been teaching Science at four local primary schools and secondary schools. Matt White, Head Teacher of St Mary’s CE Primary School said, “Since entering into a partnership with Hampton School, we have benefitted from the expertise of a regular science teacher, which has significantly enhanced the delivery of our science curriculum, which was highly praised in a recent external review.”

James Owen, Deputy Headteacher at Hampton High writes, “The ten GCSE students who have been visiting Hampton School on a Friday afternoon have benefitted from having targeted revision sessions covering key elements of the exam topics. The sessions have been well run and we are grateful for the time that has been given planning and delivering them to our students. What has been especially pleasing is the fact that the teachers have asked the students the areas they want to cover so that they can get as much as possible out of the sessions.”

Schools for pupils with additional needs

Hampton enjoys longstanding partnerships with two local schools for pupils with additional needs. Annual trips to destinations including Legoland and The Lookout Centre in Bracknell are a highlight of the year. Pupils from Hampton also visit one of these schools at play time each week. Su Woodhouse, Key Stage 3 Leader at one of these schools, writes “The kind and caring way the older students interact and work with our students is a pleasure to be part of. May this partnership continue for many years to come.”

Shooting Star Chase Hospice

We host monthly meetings for the Youth Group of our local children’s hospice. These meetings use a range of the School’s facilities and some of our pupils attend to socialise with the young people from the hospice. Alissa Colucci-Jones writes “Our relationship with Hampton School has successfully developed since collaborating to run a youth group. The teenagers from the hospice have gained confidence from establishing relationships with the pupils from the School, and have experienced activities which may not have otherwise been available to them. The staff have always been proactive in meeting our needs to ensure inclusivity, and go above and beyond expectations to facilitate the monthly events.”

Football Association Disability Talent Hub

The South East Football Association Disability Talent Hub uses Hampton’s sports facilities as a training base for young footballers who are visually impaired, deaf, or have cerebral palsy. The Lead Coach, Jon Whittingham, writes “We have been made to feel so welcome and having the backing of the School has made a significant difference to what we are able to offer the players within the FA programme. It is unquestionably the best venue in the country being used within the talent programme. I hope going forwards we can continue to further this partnership which is supporting some of the best disability footballers in the region.”

The School welcomes applications from boys whose families cannot fund fees in full or in part.

Bursaries. Bursary awards are dependent upon the financial circumstances of the applicant’s family. The Admissions Office and the Bursar are happy to advise parents who are considering an application for a bursary in advance of their application.  Please see the School’s ‘Guidance on Bursaries’, which is available upon request.

Fitzwygram Foundation Scholarships. The Fitzwygram Foundation provides funds to offer completely free places at Hampton to boys from all backgrounds. Fitzwygram Foundation Scholarships are subject to means testing and are dependent upon the financial circumstances of the applicant’s family. Fitzwygram Scholars receive 100% remission on School fees and additional financial assistance with other reasonable costs (e.g. coach travel, lunches, uniform). All boys applying for a bursary will automatically be considered for a Fitzwygram Foundation Scholarship.

Scholarships. These awards recognise an applicant’s outstanding performance in the School’s formal entrance assessments, including in the additional field to which their Scholarship relates. The School currently offers the following Scholarships: Academic, Art, Chess, Choral (11+ entry only), Music, Performing Arts and Sport.  Scholarships are awarded on merit and may involve remission of a percentage of annual tuition fees. 

For full details on help with fees and free places at Hampton School, please visit our website.

  • Academic scholarships
  • Art scholarships
  • Choral scholarships
  • Music scholarships
  • Sport scholarships
  • Sixth Form scholarships
  • Bursaries for new entrants
  • Hardship awards for existing pupils