Hampton Court House
Hampton Court Road
Admissions: 020 8614 0857
Reception: 020 8614 0865
Whom to Contact
Reception 020 8614 0865 firstname.lastname@example.org
General information and enquiries – including registration, illness, medical information, and lateness – as well as general communications from the School. Our two receptionists are Elaine Thomas and Pat Penson.
If your son or daughter is absent from school, please inform us by email as soon as possible on the first day of absence, and on each subsequent day.
Safeguarding and Child Protection – 020 8614 0850 email@example.com
We ask that if anyone witnesses anything which compromises the School’s commitment to safeguarding children that this be brought swiftly to the attention of a member of The Safeguarding Team (which comprises Guy Holloway, Sarah Carroll and Jose Alvarez-Campos).
Bursar 020 8614 0854 firstname.lastname@example.org
Enquiries about tuition fees and related matters go to Louise Collins, the School Bursar.
Registrar 020 8614 0857 email@example.com
Enquiries about pupils who are joining or leaving the school, or pupils whose home circumstances are changing, should go to Sarah Carroll.
Please pass enquires about individual music tuition through the school receptionists.
Enquiries about C.N.E.D. (Centre National d’Enseignement à Distance for French nationals who would like to continue their Baccalauréat) or about Français Langue Première provision should go to Anne-Françoise Ropert.
Exams Officer 020 8614 0858 firstname.lastname@example.org
In the case of a query about any matter pertaining to GCSE entries and ISEB 11+ & 13+ examinations, please contact Caith Olnick.
Learning Support (SENCo) email@example.com
Enquiries about special assessments, the need and availability of Learning Support should go to our Head of Learning Support, Rachel Turner.
Subject Teachers “initials”@hchnet.co.uk
In the event of concern about a student’s progress in a particular subject, parents can contact an individual subject teacher by email. However sometimes it is better to talk issues over in person; teachers are generally available at the end of the day for an informal chat.
Form Tutors (as above)
In the event of a straightforward enquiry about a disciplinary, homework or academic matter, or a concern about student welfare, your child’s Form Tutor should be the first point of contact. Again, parents may wish to make contact by email or meet informally at the end of the day.
Head of Lower & Early Years (N to Y4) firstname.lastname@example.org
In the event that a matter is not resolved through discussion with the Form Tutor, and your child is in the Nursery to Year 4, then please address your question to Anne-Françoise Ropert, or the Assistant Head of Lower Years, Claire Weber. If this is not yielding a resolution, then please contact the Deputy Head.
Head of Middle Years (Y5 to Y8) email@example.com
In the event that a matter is not resolved through discussion with the Form Tutor, and your child is in the Years 5 to 8, then please address your query to Kathryn Sumner. Questions relating to curriculum and examinations should also be addressed to the Head of Middle Years. If for any reason that further clarification is required or you are unable to resolve an issue, then please contact the Deputy Head.
Head of Upper Years (Y9 to Y11) firstname.lastname@example.org
In the event that a matter is not resolved through discussion with the Form Tutor, and your child is in the Years 9 to 13, then please address your query to Tristram Jones-Parry, or the Assistant Head of Upper Years, Daniela Mingham. Questions relating to GCSE or A level options and choices should in the first place be addressed to the Head of Upper Years & Sixth Form. If for any reason that further clarification is required or you are unable to resolve an issue, then please contact the Deputy Head.
Deputy Head email@example.com
In the event of a more detailed and particular enquiry concerning the day-to-day running of the school, a pupil’s reports, timetable, subject choices or homework requirements, please contact Jon Hind. The Deputy Head should be contacted in case of special permissions – e.g. planned absence from school.
Parents are always welcome to contact the Headmaster directly and/or if they believe an issue is both urgent and important. Parents are also most welcome to contact the Headmaster on general issues relating to the school.
Chair of Governors firstname.lastname@example.org
In the event that the Headmaster has been unable to resolve a parental concern, the next point of contact is Alex Houstoun-Boswall.
Friends of HCH email@example.com
If you would like to be involved in helping with social events and fundraising, The Friends of HCH (the school’s parents’ association) would love to hear from you.
Vikingston School Minibus firstname.lastname@example.org
In the case of a query about any matter pertaining to the school bus service, you should contact Scott Passfield on 03335 770775.
Sports Kit email@example.com
For Sports Kit orders and in the case of any other queries pertaining to the sports kit, please contact the school supplier SPS Trading Ltd.
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