Independent School Inspectorate Reports
Hampton School is regularly inspected and assessed by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI)
This is the body approved by the Government for the purpose of inspecting schools belonging to the Independent Schools Council ( ISC)
Inspection Report 2010 >> full report
Hampton School's latest Inspection took place in March 2010. The findings were overwhelmingly positive. The following are just some of the comments made. Please click on the link above to read the full report.
The quality of pupils’ achievements is excellent; they attain extremely high standards in external examinations and make exceptional progress in their learning because of their excellent attitudes to study, dedicated and often inspiring teaching and an academically challenging curriculum
The curriculum is enriched by an outstanding range of activities, which greatly extends pupils’ all-round educational experience The quality of pupils’ personal development, the central feature of the school’s holistic educational aims, is outstanding
Results in GCSE, in the last three years for which comparative data is available, have been excellent
At A level,where the ability profile of pupils from all maintained schools is considerably higher than at GCSE, pupils’ performance over the same three years was high, when compared with the national average
Both pupils and teachers cherish the ethos of trust and encouragement which permeates school life.
Behaviour in class and around the school is excellent
Leadership and management are excellent at all levels of the school and enable the school to meet its aims. The exceptional leadership of the school is inspirational,challenging and supportive
2004 ISI Report Summary
1998 ISI Report Summary