SCHOOLS FOR SUCCESS- HAMPTON HILL JUNIOR SCHOOL
The exceptional performance of Hampton Hill Junior School has been honoured by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan. The school was invited to the Schools for Success awards ceremony at City Hall, to celebrate its achievements in supporting pupils needing extra help to fulfil their potential The Mayor’s programme aims to improve expectations and raise standards for London’s school children, regardless of their background.
Now in its second year (2018), Schools for Success has created a network through which schools can share experiences and best practice with others across London.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, said: “I’d like to congratulate Hampton Hill Junior School for the fantastic work of their staff and pupils in the last year. Our Schools for Success programme shows the significant difference that a supportive and inclusive teaching environment can make for all pupils. London has some of the best schools in the country and by working together we can make sure that every young Londoner is given the opportunity to reach their full potential.”
All participating schools are encouraged to share their expertise with others through seminars and visits so that their success can be multiplied across London.
Six per cent of London primary and secondary schools are eligible to be members of the Schools for Success programme. Member schools are featured on the Schools for Success website. For more information visit www.london.gov.uk/schools-for-success
Eligibility for the Schools for Success programme is based on high levels of progress with low prior attaining pupils, strong whole school performance and a willingness to share good practice.
Our last Ofsted inspection was in December 2011. We achieved ‘Outstanding’ in all the key areas and were thrilled with the report and parental comments. The full report can be seen at Ofsted | Find an inspection report.
We achieved the Platinum Award for the national “Sing Up” scheme in March 2012 and continue to hold this award which is the highest level possible and reflects the outstanding standards and commitment to singing within the school and wider community.
Along with a number of borough schools, we were presented with our Healthy Schools award initially in 2004 and more recently in 2010. It recognises the commitment to the care and welfare of our pupils and their involvement and participation in the life of the school. We are awaiting our re accreditation later this year.
We were originally awarded this in 2001, re-accredited in 2004 and became one of the few schools to be accredited it for a third time in June 2007. This recognised our commitment to the arts, both in the curriculum and in "out of hours" activities in art, dance, music, drama and creative writing. More information about the Arts Council can be found at Arts Council England.
HHJS has just been awarded the Bronze Award 2018-19 for the School Games mark which recognises the sporting opportunities on offer to the children in school.