Due to Government guidance, Hampton College is now closed. 

Learning Resources

Logging a Concern

The ‘Logging Concern’ button provides a link to the school safeguarding team. Please use this if you are concerned about the well-being of a student.

Need to Talk

The ‘Need to Talk’ button provides a link to our pastoral teams, please use this if you would like us to contact you.

Google Classroom

Additional resources are available via Google Classroom. Your login details would follow this pattern:

Username: Your username is yourusername@hconline.org for example 12jsmith@hconline.org/p>

Password: This should have been set by you in lesson to be the same as your computer login, however should still not be able to login to this please contact Mr Willetts with a password reset request at the below email and he will get these sorted as soon as possible and get this back to you directly.

FURTHER GUIDES ON HOW TO ACCESS GOOGLE CLASSROOMS ARE AVAILABLE HERE.

A YouTube video tutorial on how to access Google Classrooms can be found HERE.

Twinkl have made their resources available free of charge during this period and further details on this can be found HERE.

World Book Online have just made their fabulous collection of over 3,000 e-books and audiobooks available for free for children to access at home. They have books suitable for all ages. Click on this line to access them: worldbook.kitaboo.com

Cloud students should use the following Google Classroom code: gzwwr71 to access their resources.

Bromcom

If you need to re-set your Bromcom details please click HERE and provide your child's name and either the student or the parent's email address. A member of the Data team will contact you via email to re-set your details.

Reading

During these times of uncertainty, reading books can be something that helps us escape from worrying about the future. Not only is reading an excellent tool to support well-being but it will also encourage students to engage with language, which will help their literacy. Reading on a regular basis will assist with vocabulary, spelling, punctuation and a range of other crucial skills for academic success. It will also broaden their imaginations. Often, we are told that students don't have time to read in our modern, busy world. It seems that right now is the perfect time to nurture this, often undervalued, skill and enjoy the pleasure reading has to bring.

A website with some excellent book choices for all year groups in KS3 and 4 can be found HERE.

We would like to ask our students to complete a survey about their reading and writing attitudes and behaviours. This data will guide The Literacy Trust’s initiatives locally and will provide Hampton College with useful data on reading enjoyment levels so that we can tailor our Literacy provisions in school. Please complete the form HERE.

Protecting your mental health at this time: some sound advice

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Mental Health and Wellbeing Resources for Students

Mental Health and Wellbeing Resources for Parents

If you are a parent of a student with SEND (Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities), or are concerned about the emotional well-being and mental health of your child, please click HERE to access the information pack about local services and support currently being offered. Ten minute phone call appointments are currently available from local services for many aspects of SEND.

Additional Learning Resources

From Joe Wicks PE lessons to Carol Vorderman’s Maths and Mylene Klass’s Music classes, most students will find something HERE to enrich their home-learning experience.

Find out more about how to access countless ONLINE TITLES from younger kids’ books to educational titles.

The Guardian article here has a link to an app offering FREE MUSEUM TOURS, which could be ideal for GCSE and A Level Art students.

CHILDNET INTERNATIONAL are adapting their film competition to be inclusive to all young people, and to form part of a home learning project with parents and carers. It invites young people aged 7-18 to take on the challenge of creating a short film.

This year's theme is: 'We want an internet where we’re free to…' Judges are looking for films with a clear message about positive use of the internet. The three selected finalists from both the primary and secondary age category will be invited to a private screening at London’s BFI.

Additional Learning Resources

A range of helpful links, hints and tips from TES on how to consolidate knowledge and assist with learning is available HERE.

Poetry Competition

Open to all year groups, with the best to be published on the school website, newsletter and on our social media.

To get your creativity flowing and so we can stay connected, we would love you to write a poem about your experience of life in “Lockdown”. Below is our first entry, from an up and coming youngster called Mr Norris.

HC Lockdown

There’s an eerie silence at Hampton College,

With classrooms empty rather than full of knowledge.

The birds in the courtyard look on bemused,

Hungry and wondering, “Where’s all the food?”

These teacherless classrooms are somewhat absurd,

Mr Norris’ bad jokes are now going unheard.

>The queue for the canteen is no longer used,

Miss Macfarlane just stands there, looking confused.

HC on lockdown is quite a strange thing,

With kids all at home doing online learning.

We know that these times are unusual and scary,

But we will get through them, or Mr Gilligan’s not hairy!

So during this lockdown please stay safe and calm,

Make sure you stay home and protected from harm.

In a few weeks or months, we’ll all come back here,

To refill Hampton College with laughter and cheer.

>By Mr Norris (aged 39)

Surely you can beat his effort! Please email your entry HERE.

Please see the subject tabs below for learning resources.

Online Courses

Information on a range of online careers guidance courses for students aged between 15-18 are available HERE.

Creative Competition

Mrs Baron has launched a creative competition for students. Further information can be found HERE.

Art

Year 7

Year 7 Mythological Creatures

Year 8

Year 9

Year 10 Exam Preparations

Instructions for Art students

All Year 10/11/12/13 Art groups have received a guidance pack for independent working handed out and discussed in prior lesson.

Year 11 students, please bring in Fragments Coursework (component 1) on Friday 20 March and hand in person to your Art teacher.

Year 10 students - forms and structures and /or identity if applicable to your submission. Please continue with your exam preparatory work up to and including point 14 on preparatory list where you could take the exam following the guidance given recently.

Year 10

Guidance refer to preparatory list for the remaining 3 weeks and focus guide to aid them to develop their ideas towards their identity piece.

Year 11

Guidance refer to preparatory for the remaining 4 weeks and focus guide to aid them to develop their ideas towards their exam piece.

Year 12

Guidance refer to focus guide to aid them to develop their ideas towards their coursework.

Year 13

Guidance refer to focus guide to aid them to develop their ideas towards their exam.

Hard copy sheets have been handed to students and discussed for Years 10,11,12,13. A copy of this worksheet is available HERE.

Business/Economics

>Resources are available via Google Classroom using the relevant classroom codes below:

GCSE: Year 10 GCSE: dkllkqz Year 11 GCSE: kjxidbj

V-Cert: Year 10: duqp3w7

A Level: Business

Mr Webb‘s Class

Year 12 code: 4lg5dgv Year 13 code: w3yrk3j

Mrs Weston’s Class

Year 12 code: kgmthjl Year 13 code: mq3dm4c

Mr Edenbrow's BTEC Class

Year 12 code: 5cwj7h5

Year 13 code: okt5txb

Economics

Year 12 code: gjum6lo

Year 12 (Theme 1) code: npfqyk3

Year 13 code: no733kn

Year 13 (Theme 1 and 3) code: dj5n26f

Finance:

Year 12 code: qiabhg6

Careers

The Skills Service have published some careers related learning information which can be found HERE

Computer Science & ICT

Information for all years

Criminology

Further information on contact details and learning resources can be found HERE.

Year 13 Criminology

Year 12 Criminology

Drama

Year 7 Resources

Year 8 Resources

Year 9 Resources

Year 10 Resources

Year 11 Resources

Portfolio Guide

Component 3 Home Learning

A Level Drama Resources

Live Theatre

GCSE Drama Helpsheet

Weekly Drama Challenges

Drama and Theatre Studies Home Learning

Further information and email contacts for the Drama staff can be found HERE.

English

Further information and email contacts for the English department can be found HERE.

Information on English Google Classrooms login and class details can be found HERE.

Year 7 English (1)

Year 7 English (2)

Year 8 English

Year 8 English - Non-Fiction Prisons

Year 9 English

KS3 Activity Pack

KS3 - PDF Versions

KS4 Learning - A Christmas Carol

KS4 Learning - An Inspector Calls

An Inspector Calls Past Questions

Love & Relationships Poetry

English Literature - Papers 1 and 2

English Language - Papers 1 and 2 (1)

English Language - Papers 1 and 2 (2)

Year 9 Creative Writing

Year 10 and 11 English - Power and Conflict

English Descriptive Tasks

English Language Papers

English Poetry

Poetry Exam Questions

Poetry Organisers

Poetry Snapshots

Poetry Examplars

English Writing Tasks

Year 10 and 11 - AQA GCSE English Language and Literature You Tube Links: Mr Bruff and Dominic Salles

Year 12 English Literature and Language Google Classrooms Codes:

Food Technology

Google Classroom code: dnfcia6

Year 7 Resources & Recipes

Year 8 Resources & Recipes

Year 9 Resources & Recipes

KS3 Activities Booklet

Farm to Fork

Google Classroom Codes:

Year 7 Food class code: cmpiysp

Year 8 Food class code: dgumpcf

Year 9 Food class code: zv65utq

Year 10 Food class code: dnfcia6

French

Instructions for KS3 French students

Instructions for KS4 French students

Year 7

Year 8

Year 9

Year 10

Year 11

French Google Classroom Codes

French Seneca Classroom Codes

Geography

Further information and contact details for the Geography Department can be found HERE.

Year 7 - Maps and UK

Year 7 - Map Skills

Year 8 - Rivers

Year 9 - Development and Africa

Year 10 - Coasts

Year 11 - Revision Guides & Practice Papers

Year 11 - Revision Resources

Year 12 - Globalisation Past Paper Questions

Year 12 - Globalisation Notes

Year 12 - Globalisation Workbook

Year 12 - Tectonics Workbook

Year 12 Tectonics Edexcel A Level

Year 13 - Practice Paper

Year 13 - Revision Questions

Year 13 - Revision Resources

All GCSE, BTEC and A Level work is also available from Google Classroom:

Year 10 BTEC code: rcyqxtf

Year 11 BTEC code: hfd2yuf

Year 10 and 11 GCSE code: mlirwkn

Year 13 Code: cdznmqu

Year 10C1 code: e6apqcp (Miss Stacey's class)

Year 12C1 code: ofrgyaf (Miss Stacey's class)

Google Classroom Codes:

Class: Code:

7A1 dhlml64

7B1 z2do53c

7B4 jeb2xtb

8B1 vnphvsl

8B4 3bicvcz

10GG A1 mlirwkn

German

Year 9

Year 10

Year 11

Further information and contact information for the German teachers can be found HERE.

History

Year 7 - 26th March Update

Year 8 - 26th March Update

Year 9 - 26th March Update

Year 10 - 26th March Update

History - Year 11

Information for Year 11

Overview Content Booklet

Early Elizabethan England

Early Elizabethan England Hodder Textbook

GCSE History 9-1 Elizabeth 1st

EEE Knowledge Organisers

Exams Skills Booklet

Keywords Dictionary

Crime & Punishment

Cold War

Germany and the Nazis

Elizabethans

Year 10 - Hodder Textbook

Year 10 Learning Instructions

History - Year 13

Year 13 History Resources

Year 13 History Resources - China

Year 13 History China Exam Information

Maths

Instructions for students from Director of Maths

Hegarty Maths - Parent Presentation

Hegarty Maths - Student Presentation

Hegarty Maths - Student and Parent Home Support Guide

Year 7

Year 8

Year 9

KS4 Maths Question and Answer Papers

Media/Film Studies

Year 10 Film Studies

Year 12 students should have completed their research and planning for the coursework element by the 2nd of April. That should include all tasks already set on Google Classroom as well as rough drafts hand-drawn on plain paper.

Further information on Year 13 Media Studies can be found HERE.

Music

Year 11 Focus on Sound

KS4 Music Resources

Twinkle Music Dictionary

Google Classroom Codes:

Year 10: uuy3orz Year 11: gwerlmv Year 12 and 13: ujrsiuu

Further information and contact details for the Music Department can be found HERE.

Physical Education

To ensure students keep active and healthy during this period, Youth Dreams Project has provided this information. An introduction to their plan is HERE and a sample 30 day plan VIDEO.

BTEC Sport

In order to continue through your child's BTEC Sport course, we have set up a google classroom area for your child to start the next unit of work. Please ensure you child logs into Google Classroom using the code gl7j4lu to access and complete the assigned work. We will keep this updated over the coming weeks.

Year 12 PE

Year 12 PE (2)

Year 13 PE Papers

Year 13 PE Past Papers

Year 13 PE Synoptic

Year 13 PE Mind Maps

Year 13 PE Personal Learning Checklists

Everlearner Youtube Link

Psychology

For Psychology/Sociology resources, please visit the Edomo website and login with your details. 12 D class code is 9qbi7t

Further information on contact details and learning resources can be found HERE.

Year 11 Psychology

Year 12D Psychology

Students should work through the booklet with the powerpoint- they all have a printed copy. They should do phobias this week.

Year 12 - Miss William's class code for EDMODO is: atgm5g

Year 13 Psychology

RE

Google Classrooms Codes

Year 7 - 9 RE

Year 10 10 RE - Matters of Life and Death

Year 10 RE Work Guidance

Year 11 RE Work

Year 11 RE Tasks

Science

Online learning for Science lessons will be set through BromCom and resources will be found on Google Classroom (https://classroom.google.com). Please login to both to access all work; passwords are available for Google Classroom and Seneca Learning on BromCom.

Key Stage 4 Biology

Key Stage 4 Chemistry

Key Stage 4 Chemistry Practice

Key Stage 4 Physics

Cambridge International have made some science resources available for free during school closures (many will be relevant to science at GCSE and A Level).

Sixth Form

PiXL Independence - Art

PiXL Independence - Biology

PiXL Independence - Business/Economics

PiXL Independence - Chemistry

PiXL Independence - English Lang/Lit

PiXL Independence - English Lit

PiXL Independence - Geography

PiXL Independence - Health & Social Care

PiXL Independence - Maths

PiXL Knowledge - Art

PiXL Knowledge - Biology

PiXL Knowledge - Business/Economics

PiXL Knowledge - Chemistry

PiXL Knowledge - English Lit

PiXL Knowledge - Geography

PiXL Knowledge - Health & Social Care

PiXL Knowledge - History

PiXL Knowledge - Maths

PiXL Knowledge - Media

PiXL Knowledge - Physics

PiXL Knowledge - Psychology

PiXL Knowledge - Sociology

Sociology

Further information on contact details and learning resources can be found HERE.

Year 10 Sociology Resources

Year 11 Sociology Resources (1)

Year 11 Sociology

Year 13 Sociology

Technology

GCSE Technology

Unit 2 Question Sheets

Unit 3 Question Sheets

Unit 4 Question Sheets

Unit 6 Question Sheets

Design & Technology Competition

A Level Technology

Textiles Projects

KS3 Textiles Google Classrooms code: iz7mgiu

Travel & Tourism

Year 10 - Travel & Tourism (1)

Year 10 - Travel & Tourism (2)

KS3 Project Based Learning

Further suggestions for a KS3 project can be found HERE.

KS3 Website Suggestions

Topmarks

Home Learning Timetable

Ted-Ed

British Council

BBC Bitesize

Dyslexia Academy

Khan Academy

Hippo Campus

Kids Activites Blog

Twinkl - use UKTWINKLHELPS for a month’s free subscription

BBC Learning

BBC Teach

Amazon Audible - free audio books

National Geographic Kids

Education Quizzes

BBC Secondary Class Clips

KS4 Additional Resources

If your child joined the College later in KS4, further resources can be found HERE and HERE.

KS4 Website Suggestions

BBC Bitesize

Twinkl

GCSE Pod

Seneca Learning

You can also download the PiXL Lit App