High expectations underpinned by quality of relationships lie at the heart of our school.
The school offers excellent extra-curricular opportunities and has won awards for our curriculum extension and summer school programme.
The decisions we make about our curriculum dictate rather than reflect the nature of our institution and its communicated ethos.
Our Sixth Form provides students with an all-round enriching experience that goes beyond the classroom, shaping our students for their future.
Welcome from the Head
Our parents and staff, but particularly our fantastic students tell us that Hampstead School is a very special place. An unwavering focus on progress, always underpinned by the quality of relationships found in our school, has led to year-on-year improvements. Our lack of any complacency and drive to continually improve remains the single most important attribute in our determination to be a truly great school for all our learners. In expecting.....
This week has seen our Year 10 Geographers out and about to undertake their urban fieldwork. They visited the Olympic Park and the Carpenters Estate in Stratford to think about the impacts of urban regeneration #getoutside https://t.co/f1U7Pzfloe
After the huge success of our "First Story" project, we have relaunched it ready for a new 2019-2020 cohort. Students will work with a professional writer & have their work published. For more info, please speak to the English department. The deadline is Thursday 11th July! https://t.co/JAwxokAKsp
Here's a reminder about a fantastic opportunity for our students to consider over the summer holidays. If you want more information, please speak to your form tutor or come and find someone in the geography department! https://t.co/13ntvWA4tJ
Our Year 7 students enjoyed looking at Spanish art in their lessons recently - turning the classroom into a mini Art gallery. After discussing what art is & the difference between street art & vandalism, the pupils created their own piece of art https://t.co/2LcYbbg8Wy
As a UNICEF Rights Respecting School, on Wednesday 4 May we welcomed Justine Greening, Secretary of State for International Development and the actor Tom Hiddleston, himself a UNICEF Ambassador.
Hampstead School is a UNICEF Rights Respecting School and students focused on the theme ‘Everyone has the right to…’ in collaboration with the October Gallery.
"You do such a brilliant job (working with teenagers is not easy) and I am so glad we chose Hampstead."
"I thought it was going to be good and it's beyond great... enthusiastic staff and well-rounded confident children"
"An exceptional climate for learning"