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HAMPTON SCHOOL C E L E B R AT I N G PA R T N E R S H I P S 2018-19


We are exceedingly fortunate to have developed wonderful links with Hampton School. The teachers are very supportive to our pupils and provide exciting additional opportunities for them. Alan Went, Headteacher at Hampton Hill Junior School


CELEBRATING PARTNERSHIPS We are delighted to be celebrating our exciting and diverse partnerships in this publication. With so many partnership activities taking place during the 2018-19 academic year, the following pages can only offer a flavour of our many meaningful and rewarding links with schools and other local organisations. The events detailed within this booklet could not have succeeded without the imaginative and creative talents of our partnership colleagues, and we wish to record our thanks to them all for their help and support. Hampton remains committed to playing a full and active role within the local community because we know that the cross-sector collaborations provide better educational opportunities and outcomes for everyone involved. We look forward to building upon our work with schools within the ISSP and beyond. Meaningful and mutually beneficial partnerships are fundamental to our School community and I am delighted that so many Hamptonians wholeheartedly embrace this distinctive aspect of our ethos. Kind regards,

Kevin Knibbs Headmaster Celebrating Partnerships 2018-19

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WHO ARE OUR PARTNERS? SCHOOLS: For sixteen years, Hampton and Lady Eleanor Holles (LEH) have built up a highly successful Independent/State School Partnership with five local maintained schools - Hampton High, Tolworth Girls’ School, Orleans Park School, Teddington School, and The Hollyfield School. We have continued to broaden our school partnerships and, in 2018-19, worked with 10 local maintained secondary schools and 69 state primary schools providing a varied and lively range of educational and co-curricular activities for over 1,900 pupils.

COMMUNITY ORGANISATIONS: Throughout the year, Hampton is involved in a range of initiatives organised within our local community.

CHARITIES: The School supports a number of local, national and international charities through direct fund raising and sharing of facilities, resources and personnel.


PARTNER SCHOOLS

OVER

1,900 79 PUPILS FROM

MAINTAINED SCHOOLS TOOK PART IN

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DIFFERENT PARTNERSHIP ACTIVITIES

Some additional secondary schools we have worked with:

HAMPTON JUNIOR SCHOOL

• Richmond Park Academy • St Richard Reynolds Catholic College • Turing House School • Twickenham School

BUCKINGHAM PRIMARY SCHOOL

ORLEANS PARK SCHOOL

Some additional primary schools we have worked with:

ST MARY’S RC SCHOOL

• Bishop Perrin C of E Primary School • East Sheen Primary School • Hounslow Heath Junior School

REACH ACADEMY

• Marjory Kinnon School

TOLWORTH GIRLS’ SCHOOL

HAMPTON HIGH

• St James’s RC Primary School • St Nicholas C of E Primary School • Thames Ditton Junior School

HAMPTON HILL JUNIOR SCHOOL

CLARENDON SCHOOL THE HOLLYFIELD SCHOOL

TEDDINGTON SCHOOL

CRANE PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL

WALDEGRAVE SCHOOL

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ACADEMIC PARTNERSHIPS

1,327 PUPILS

Academic partnership activities have ranged from specialist subject lessons to university admission preparation and revision sessions for public examinations.

280 PUPILS ACADEMIC ENRICHMENT

Hampton School works with several local primary schools offering support across Maths, English and Science. For example, our Biology teachers assisted at Hampton Hill Junior School and Buckingham Primary School on a weekly basis. Hissing cockroaches proved particularly popular during the classification lesson.

Since entering into a partnership with Hampton School, we have benefited from the expertise of a regular science teacher, which has greatly enhanced the delivery of our science curriculum. Matt White, Headteacher of St Mary’s CE Primary School

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430

PRIMARY PUPILS

SUPPORTING PRIMARY CHILDREN Over 430 Year Five children from local primary schools have taken part in our Serious Fun on Saturdays programme in the last nine years. Delivered by Hampton teaching staff and supported by our Lower Sixth pupils, the sessions are designed to instil a love of learning and improve children’s literacy and numeracy, while encouraging all participants to have fun.

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. He has had some great experiences in the last few months. A parent of a local Year Five pupil

PRIMARY SCHOOLS’ MATHS COMPETITION The annual Year Five Maths Wizard competition enables enthusiastic mathematicians from local primary schools to come together and tackle a range of fun and challenging mathematical problems. The event is designed to showcase how rewarding and exciting learning maths can be, as well as promoting teamwork and problem solving in a fun environment.

OTHER ACADEMIC PARTNERSHIPS

84

PUPILS BENEFITED FROM THE MATHS WIZARD COMPETITION

Academic Enrichment Workshops

Cabinet of Curiosities English Competition

Exam Revision Sessions

Latin Lessons

Oxbridge Interview Workshop Day


INVOLVED

MAINTAINED

334

SCHOOL PUPILS

MUSIC & DRAMA PARTNERSHIPS

24

PUPILS ATTENDED THE JUNIOR SCHOOLS’ MUSIC WORKSHOP DAY

JUNIOR SCHOOLS’ WORKSHOP Junior pupils from 21 local primary and prep schools took part in the annual Junior Schools’ Music Workshop Day. Led by Hampton’s Music Department, the young musicians participated in a range of masterclasses in singing, woodwind, strings and guitar. The day culminated in a celebratory concert attended by family and friends.

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Our Music and Drama partnerships flourished last year, ranging from concerts within the community to music workshops and teaching sabbaticals.


CHOIRS FOR CHANGE

COMMUNITY CONCERTS Our pupils contributed to a range of community musical events last year, from the annual Jazz in the Park concert to the woodwind concert by our Clarinet Ensemble at Linwood Care Home. The summer appearance of the Swing Band and Jazz Group in Bushy Park is always a popular draw for the local community.

Pupils from Hampton School joined over 2,000 singers nationwide in a concert as part of the Choirs for Change campaign, run by Health Poverty Action. Held in the Hammond Theatre, the concert focused on the It Takes a Village project, which supports maternal health in developing countries. Hampton’s choristers performed alongside choirs from Hampton Hill Junior School and Twickenham School and raised over £500 for the charity.

ART SABBATICAL Art teacher Adrian Bannister spent a three-month sabbatical running a series of instrument building and playing workshops in four local primary schools. The project combined art, music and woodwork as pupils designed, built and decorated guitars and ukeleles. One of the primary schools has now started to run regular ukulele lessons and pupils have held music concerts to showcase their new instruments.

70

PUPILS BENEFITED FROM MUSIC WORKSHOPS

100

HAMPTON MUSICIANS PLAYED AT COMMUNITY CONCERTS

OTHER MUSIC & DRAMA PARTNERSHIPS •

Chamber Choir Christmas Carols, Hampton Court Palace

Primary School Performances

Senior Citizens’ Concerts


SPORT PARTNERSHIPS

657 PUPILS INVOLVED IN SPORT PARTNERSHIPS

A range of sporting events took place last year, offering pupils from local schools and organisations the opportunity to share our facilities and participate in a wide range of activities.

FA DISABILITY TALENT HUB The South East Football Association Disability Talent Hub uses Hampton’s all-weather sports pitch at the weekends as a training base for young footballers who are visually impaired, deaf or have cerebral palsy. Last year 21 young sportsmen trained at the School.

We are extremely grateful to Hampton for their ongoing support, which has enabled us to run the West London FA Para Talent Hub for a second season. This ensures we can provide the players with a high quality training environment to support their progression within the pathway. Jon Whittingham, Lead Officer, FA Disability Talent Hub

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ATHLETES PARTICIPATED IN THE FA DISABILITY TALENT HUB

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PUPILS TOOK PART IN A SPORTS ACTIVITIES MORNING

PRIMARY SCHOOL SPORTS PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMME Through a programme of fun, inspiring and inclusive physical activities, Hampton Sports staff work with a number of local primary schools to help raise performance standards and encourage an active and healthy lifestyle. The School welcomed 30 pupils from Bishop Perrin C of E Primary School for a morning of rock climbing and athletics activities. The aim was to introduce pupils to sports they might not have the opportunity to try.

PRIMARY AND PREP SCHOOLS’ FIVE-A-SIDE FOOTBALL FESTIVAL The Hampton School fields hosted 192 pupils from 16 local primary and prep schools for the annual Five-a-Side Football Tournament. The young athletes enjoyed a morning of football where the emphasis was on fun and fair play. This annual football festival has now been running for 17 years.

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SPORTS PARTNERSHIPS

OTHER SPORTING PARTNERSHIPS

192

PUPILS ENJOYED THE FOOTBALL FESTIVAL

GCSE Rock Climbing Instruction

Hampton High Sports Day

PentUp Pentathlon Training

Richmond Primary Schools’ Golf Tournament


OUR PARTNERSHIPS 2018-19

1,914

PUPILS

68

PARTNERSHIP EVENTS INVOLVING...

ACADEMIC PARTNERSHIPS

22 1,327 280 84 37 35 ACADEMIC PARTNERSHIP EVENTS

PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS MENTORED IN MATHS, ENGLISH AND BIOLOGY

PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS TOOK PART IN THE 2019 MATHS WIZARD COMPETITION

*All statistics refer to our maintained school partnerships 10

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PUPILS PARTICIPATED IN WORKSHOPS, LESSONS & REVISION SESSIONS

PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS ATTENDED SERIOUS FUN ON SATURDAYS

SIXTH FORM STUDENTS PARTICIPATED IN THE OXBRIDGE INTERVIEW WORKSHOP DAY


SPORTS PARTNERSHIPS

657 32

PUPILS PARTICIPATED IN THE PRIMARY SCHOOLS’ 5-A-SIDE FOOTBALL FESTIVAL

PUPILS

11

SPORTS PARTNERSHIPS INVOLVING...

PUPILS BENEFITED FROM GCSE ROCK CLIMBING INSTRUCTION

21

PUPILS TOOK PART IN A SPORTS ACTIVITIES MORNING

PUPILS PARTICIPATED IN THE FA DISABILITY TALENT HUB

MUSIC & DRAMA PARTNERSHIPS

9

MUSIC AND DRAMA PARTNERSHIP EVENTS

PUPILS PARTICIPATED IN WORKSHOPS OR PERFORMANCES

70

PUPILS PARTICIPATED IN INSTRUMENT BUILDING AND MUSIC WORKSHOPS

PUPILS ATTENDED THE JUNIOR SCHOOLS’ MUSIC WORKSHOP DAY

25

PUPILS PERFORMED IN THE CHOIRS FOR CHANGE CONCERT

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PUPILS WORKING TOGETHER A key aspect of school partnerships is the benefit that can be gained from engagement and collaboration between pupils. Through different schemes, including peer mentoring and team-based initiatives, pupils learn new skills, build confidence and develop talents.

GENOCIDE AWARENESS Hampton’s Genocide80Twenty pupil campaigners collaborate with several maintained schools in a number of partnership projects. In 2018, Hampton invited more than 70 pupils from five maintained schools to our Genocide Awareness Day to hear testimonies from survivors of the Holocaust and genocides in Rwanda and Bosnia. Another partnership project has been the production of the Genocide Know More newspaper in collaboration with eight partnership schools. The publication marked the 70th anniversary of the Genocide Convention and has been used to educate and raise awareness among young people across the country.

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PUPILS HELPING PUPILS

WORKING WITH ADDITIONAL NEEDS SCHOOLS Hampton enjoys long-established partnerships with two local schools, Clarendon School and the Marjory Kinnon School. Annual day trips to destinations including Legoland and Hobbledown Adventure Farm, supported by Hampton and LEH pupils, are a highlight of the year. Hampton boys also join midday playtime at Clarendon School where pupils enjoy each other’s company on the football pitch or just spending time chatting together.

Every week, Hampton boys spend time with us both in the classroom and playground and our pupils really value them being here. There is also the much anticipated summer outing funded by Hampton and LEH. Pupils from both schools truly enhance the whole experience. May this partnership continue for many years to come. Mrs Su Woodhouse, Key Stage 3 Leader, Clarendon School

Hampton Sixth Formes provide support at a number of local primary schools. They listen to children read and assist with maths. Over 30 Fourth Year Hampton boys spend their lunchtimes, once a week, at a number of local primary school helping with maths, reading and chess.

COMBINED CADET FORCE (CCF) The Hampton School CCF, comprising the Army and the Royal Air Force, welcomes pupils from Hampton High and LEH. It aims to broaden young people’s horizons through a range of challenging, adventurous and educational activities, as well as developing personal responsibility, leadership and self-discipline.

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WORKING WITH CHARITIES The Hampton community works with a range of local, national and international charities - from long-established international links with educational organisations in Malawi and Namibia, to our Form Charities selected every year by members of the Common Room and Hampton pupils.

MALAWI In 2019, pupils from Hampton School visited Senga Bay in Malawi, home to the Hampton School Safe Haven. The School helped to establish the Safe Haven in 2008 as a centre for orphaned and abused children. Hamptonians continue to support the centre through fund raising, and every two years, boys and staff visit and offer help where it is needed. This year, over 30 boys spent time on practical tasks such as building, painting, clearing ground, repairing playground equipment and collecting water.


FORM CHARITY Each year, Hampton pupils select a number of charities to support. During 201819, the School partnered with: local charity REACT which works to improve the quality of life for children with life-limiting illnesses; national charities Dementia UK and the Motor Neurone Disease Association; and international charity Action Aid, which helps tackle issues facing women and girls living in poverty. In total, over ÂŁ12,800 was raised through Form Charity activities.

FANCY DRESS FUN RUN Among the First Year fund-raising initiatives, the summer fun run on the Hampton School fields saw an array of costumes and outfits on display.

THIRD YEAR DODGEBALL TOURNAMENT Bananas in Pyjamas was the theme for the winning team in the annual Third Year dodgeball competition which saw boys throughout the year group competing on the 3G pitch.

CHARITY QUIZZES Hamptonians raised thousands of pounds by putting their general knowledge to the test in a range of quizzes including the pupil vs staff University Challenge and the Christmas Quiz.

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PARTNERSHIP

120 80 £68,000 ROWERS FROM THE HAMPTON AND LEH BOAT CLUB

MILES ROWED IN TWO DAYS

RAISED FOR SHOOTING STAR CHILDREN’S HOSPICES

SPONSORED RIVER ROW Hampton School and our neighbours the Shooting Star Children’s Hospices enjoy close links. In Autumn 2018, braving challenging weather conditions, the Hampton and LEH Boat Club completed a sponsored row to raise funds for the hospice. Covering 80 miles, 120 rowers raised a remarkable £68,000 for the charity.

We are delighted that the rowers took on this epic challenge in support of Shooting Star. Rowing through driving rain and strong winds, they should feel very proud of their accomplishment. Raising over £68,000 is amazing and will make a significant difference to our charity. Thank you! Georgina Brookes, Community Fundraiser at Shooting Star Children’s Hospices

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YOUTH GROUP The Shooting Star Children’s Hospices Youth Club meets at Hampton School once a month. Children from Shooting Star and Hamptonians enjoy film nights, sporting activities, theatre workshops and video games sessions. It is an opportunity to socialise with other teenagers and develop friendships in a parent free zone.

Teenagers from the hospice gain confidence from establishing relationships with pupils from Hampton School, and experience activities which may not otherwise be available to them. Hampton staff are always proactive in meeting our needs to ensure inclusivity, and go above and beyond expectations to facilitate the monthly events. Alissa Colucci-Jones, Care Team Worker at the Shooting Star Children’s Hospices


THE HAMPTON INDEPENDENT/ STATE SCHOOLS PARTNERSHIP

Established in 2003, the Hampton Independent/State Schools Partnership (ISSP) is a thriving link between Hampton, LEH, and five local maintained schools: Hampton High, Hollyfield School, Orleans Park School, Teddington School, and Tolworth Girls’ School. Together, we have built up a lively and varied programme of educational and co-curricular opportunities enabling pupils and teachers across the partnership to work collaboratively and to draw upon the particular strengths of each school.

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All schools within the Hampton ISSP are invited to host events across the year, during which pupils join together for activities including the following: Mathematics, IT, Science, Design & Technology, Public Speaking, Dance, Music, and a Model United Nations Conference.


PARTNERSHIP TEACHING DAYS Pupils from our ISSP are offered a range of dedicated teaching days throughout the year. These focused events allow teachers to celebrate their subjects and are designed to challenge pupils, introducing them to exciting and inspirational lessons beyond the curriculum.

ISSP MUSIC DAY

356

PUPILS BENEFITED FROM PARTNERSHIP TEACHING DAYS

ISSP SCIENCE DAY Hampton’s annual ISSP Science Day welcomed 52 pupils from four local schools to participate in a range of exciting and interactive experiments. The event was designed to challenge pupils and offer them an insight into new topics, motivating them to explore the Science curriculum further. The budding scientists took part in a Chemistry lesson discovering how energy changes in chemical reactions, and in Physics, pupils explored upthrust in hot air balloons.

Local secondary pupils came together for a day of music-making as part of the Hampton ISSP. The musicians worked on a variety of musical pieces throughout the day ranging from the brass band to the flute group. The event culminated in a rousing concert for family and friends which included a series of ensemble performances and a full orchestral and choral rendition of Carmina Burana.

It is a privilege to work with our partnership of seven ISSP schools, as the opportunities which are offered motivate students and enhance the skills they need to succeed. Many of these learning opportunities would not be available for students with the normal curriculum offered. Barbara Rhymaun, Consultant Headteacher, Darrick Wood School


ECONOMIC IMPACT Independent schools make a hugely significant contribution to the national economy. A recent report by global forecasters Oxford Economics found that UK independent schools contribute £13.7bn to the nation’s finances, generating £4.1bn in tax revenue and supporting more than 300,000 jobs. Using the Oxford Economics model, the 2018-19 economic impact of Hampton School has been calculated as follows:

£44m

CONTRIBUTED BY THE HAMPTON SCHOOL TRUST* TO UK GDP

£14m £14m 922 SAVINGS TO THE UK TAXPAYER IN SCHOOL PLACES THAT WOULD OTHERWISE BE STATE-FUNDED

OF UK TAX REVENUE GENERATED BY THE HAMPTON SCHOOL TRUST

*The Hampton School Trust comprises Hampton School and Hampton Pre-Prep & Prep School 20

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UK JOBS SUPPORTED BY HAMPTON SCHOOL’S ACTIVITIES


We hope that the highlights of another busy year provide you with a sense of the breadth of this important and thriving area of School life. We are grateful to all our partners and we look forward to many exciting developments over the coming year. Mark Nicholson,

Assistant Head, Hampton School


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