Co-curricular

Hampton Court house has an extensive and diverse co-curricular programme which runs throughout the school from Early Years to Sixth Form. We have a wide base of clubs and societies which evolve to meet the needs of our students. If a student has a particular interest that they would like to pursue, foster or propagate then we will do what we can to help them. We encourage students to take part in at least one club a term with most choosing to do more.

Clubs Brochure Autumn 2019

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Middle and Upper Years pupils celebrate Mardi Gras at a fun-filled carnival

The Middle and Upper years pupils celebrated the Carnival in style on Tuesday 5th March.
In a beautifully decorated conservatory the children enjoyed pancakes, hotdogs, pizzas and mocktails. They could also make memories by having their photograph taken in the colourful photo-booth.
After warming-up... with a salsa dancing workshop in the theatre, the highlight of the evening was the announcement of the costume competition winners with categories for both staff and pupils.


The FRIENDS would like to thank all the parents and teachers who helped to make this carnival a memorable moment for everyone in our school community.

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Summer Fête 2018

Join us at Hampton Court House and its gardens for our yearly event ‘Summer Fête’. This Sunday’s early afternoon – 10th June 2018.

  • Giant outdoor chess
  • Giant outdoor snakes/ladders games
  • Dog show
  • Ice cream van
  • Magician
  • Fortune teller
  • Flea market
  • Raffle
  • Face painting
  • Fire engine
  • Battle of the... Bands & live music
  • Wellness area
  • And much more… Lots of fun to be had by all!
    Take a tour of the Shell Grotto or bring along your pooch for the Dog Show.

    To enter the Dog Show, please register by 1 pm on the day.

    Address & directions

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    Prototype club updates

    Week two of prototype club and we have already made good progress towards our cardboard inventions.

    Precision cutting the component parts using stencils we have designed ourselves, prototype building involves manipulating cardboard accurately by scoring, bending, curve cutting, and reinforcing to create... sturdy models.

    Next we will design the low voltage circuits to control the motors of the robots and make our own reversible switches using card and copper tape. These will connect LEDs to the circuits to add a decorative element to our inventions.

    What a wonderful group of students, so full of ideas and enthusiasm to learn. Roll on week 3!

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    Y9 research visit to The London Aquarium

    Our Y9 students are working with the charity Bite Back, founded by local hero Graham Buckingham, to produce a film to promote the growing need for shark conservation. Estimates indicate that 73 million sharks are killed every year, many just for their fins.

    We had a very productive day at the London... Aquarium, interviewing the public about their perception of sharks, collecting footage and making our own primary source drawings. The highlight of the day was meeting a shark expert, Andre, who shared his love of these awesome apex predators, followed by the amazing sight of the tiger sharks being fed.

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