Hampton School

Address: Hanworth Road, Hampton, Middlesex TW12 3HD
Website: hamptonschool.org.uk
Founded: 1557
Number of Pupils: 1,200
Fees: £6,125 per term
Ages: 11-18
Head Teacher: Mr K Knibbs MA (Oxon)
Religious Affiliation: Christian
Entrance Procedure: Admission at 11, 13 and 16 via entrance examination and interview.
Contact: Mrs Dorothy Jones, Admissions Manager 020 8979 9273
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Visitors’ Afternoons throughout the year.

The Curriculum

Hampton is academically selective and results at I/GCSE and A-level are among the highest nationally. A flexible programme of A-level and Pre-U subjects is offered; many boys undertake a bespoke Extended Project Qualification.

Games & The Arts

An extensive co-curricular programme forms an essential part of Hampton’s balanced education. The school has an enviable reputation for sport, music and drama. Boys benefit from superb on-site playing fields, and a state-of-the-art 3G pitch. An impressive performing arts centre supports a vibrant creative programme.

Pastoral Care

We attach the highest importance to pastoral care and know that boys thrive when they feel safe, understood and valued as individuals. Boys are supported by a pastoral team of form tutors and heads of year who provide individual guidance and support. The core values of integrity, humility and social conscience are reinforced through the daily interactions of boys and teachers.

Recent Scholarships

Academic, art, choral, music and all-rounder scholarships are available.

Head Teacher’s Philosophy

We encourage all boys to develop their full academic and all-round potential through the cultural, spiritual and sporting opportunities available. Our goal is for Hamptonians to be open-minded and tolerant, to enjoy learning and to aim for personal success whilst supporting those around them.

Outstanding Characteristics

Hampton is a friendly, unpretentious and dynamic community, combining academic excellence with exceptional pastoral care and a strong emphasis on co-curricular activities. The boys leave as happy, well-rounded individuals with a wide range of skills and interests and the confidence and resilience to succeed in the world.