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 Spring 2020 HCH

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Activities Day provided an opportunity for some Upper Years pupils to test their nerves (and their muscles) whilst climbing at White Spider. Following our climb, pupils had a chance to practise their swing at the driving range. It was a great opportunity for pupils to try a new sport and put themselves out of their comfort zone. There was a lot of enthusiasm and determination from the group and even some Lee Westwood-esque swings in the mix!

Y2 and Y3 Trip to Kidzania

The Year 2 and Year 3 children had an amazing time in Kidzania. While some chose to study at university first, others started working right away! They all had a lot of fun working as a pilot, cabin crew, fire fighter, fashion stylist, surgery team, reporter.

It was great to see them make choices and... decide for themselves what they wanted to do. They used their maths skills to figure out what they could buy with the money they earned at the shop. They loved it and asked to go back every Friday!

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Treasure Hunt in Richmond Park

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Y4 Trip to the British Museum

On Friday, the Year 4 students spent the day at the incredible British Museum discovering aspects of the fascinating world of Ancient Greece. After having travelled by public transport, we arrived at the Museum and completed some activities in Room 18, the famous Parthenon room. We took part in a workshop... about Greek Myths and learnt how to recognise gods and heroes on vases and other Greek pottery. In the afternoon, the students became artists by sketching Egyptian artefacts. We all had a fantastic day!

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Cambridge Trip

Nine Y12 students took a day trip to Cambridge to visit a couple of colleges an get a sense of university life. We had a tour of Jesus College led by a current third year, Alex Rowe, daughter of our Head of Learning Support. We also saw her shared house with an impressively clean kitchen.

We then met... the school liaison officer at Trinity College for a comprehensive tour of the largest Oxbridge college. The visit included the college chapel, hall and library, including the impressive Wren library and their hand written Winnie the Pooh.

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Y12 take part in UKMT Senior Maths Team Challenge

Congratulations to the Year 12 Further Maths students for taking part in the Regional Heat of the UKMT Senior Maths Team Challenge. They thoroughly enjoyed the challenge and although they did not come away with the trophy, they acquired new problem solving skills and a hunger to come back next year and improve their placing.