To help us realise our vision for all our children, we work closely with a host of external partners. Please browse some of these key partners below.


Whilst we work closely with schools in our locality and with a network of local church schools, our most crucial partnership is with our feeder school - Hampton Wick Infants. Please click here for more information.


Diocese of London

Our school is part of the London Diocesan Board of Schools.

"Since being established in 1836 the LDBS have had responsibility for the leadership, support, growth and encouragement of our schools. Our current 163 schools are spread across 18 local authorities; we care for 59,000 students, as well as, many thousands of teachers and support staff working in our schools."

Key purposes of the LDBS are “to promote church schools” and “to promote education which is consistent with the faith and practice of the Church of England”.

More information about the LDBS can be found on their website.

St John's Church, Hampton Wick

St John's Church is one of two local churches who support our school. Representatives of the church act as governors of our school and we regularly visit the church for services and assemblies.

"We are a friendly Anglican church in Hampton Wick that loves welcoming new people to join us on their journey of faith and find a home with real connection and community. Everything we do is built around our core vision to 'Love Jesus, Build Community and Transform Lives'. We hope to meet you soon!"

St Mark's Church, Teddington

St Mark's Church is one of two local churches who support our school. Representatives of the church act as governors of our school and we regularly visit the church for services and assemblies. The vicar of St Mark's - Rev. Karen Wellman - is our current chair of governors.

'We are a Church of England Church with a local congregation which is quite unusual for London.

We are open for services with a simple service of Holy Communion at 10am on a Sunday. There is a midweek Book of Common Prayer service at 10am on Wednesdays.'


Richmond's Single Point of Access

Any concerns about a child's welfare are discussed with or referred to Richmond's Single Ppint of Access who assess the concern and either advise on how we should act, or act themselves to support a child and their family. More information can be found on our safeguarding page. 

Their contact details are:

We all have a responsibility to keep children safe. Please talk to the school we can support you in this.

Operation Encompass

Our school is part of Operation Encompass.

Operation Encompass is a police and education early information sharing partnership enabling schools to offer immediate support for children and young people experiencing domestic abuse. Information is shared by the police with a school's designated safeguarding lead prior to the start of the next school day after officers have attended a domestic abuse incident thus enabling appropriate support to be given, dependent upon the needs and wishes of the child. 

More information about Operation Encompass can be found on their website.


Teaching London SCITT

In addition to working with a number of local universities, our main partnership in the support and development of trainee teachers is Teaching London SCITT. We work with Teaching London to support trainee teachers to develop their practice and gain the qualifications and experience necessary to go on to be outstanding teachers. Teaching London is the teacher training provider of the London Diocesan Board for Schools.

More information about Teaching London.


Hampton Fund

School Uniform and School Journey grants for Year 6 pupils available from the Hampton Fund.

We are finding that many more families in our area are struggling financially as a result of the pandemic and we want to ensure that our grants are made available across all the schools within the Hampton Fund area of benefit.

1.    Eligibility
Grants are available to families living in the Hampton Fund area of benefit: Hampton, Hampton Hill, Hampton Wick, Teddington, Twickenham, Whitton. Families may qualify if any of these apply: living on a low wage, receive state benefits, receive help with their rent or council tax.

2.    Grants available
School Uniform Grants – A grant is available for first school uniform at secondary school. The grant is made via a £100 voucher to the school uniform supplier. Families should make applications for School Uniform grants via the school office or direct to Hampton Fund.

School Journey Grants – If your school arranging a journey this year, then children in Year 6 may be part funded by Hampton Fund to enable them to participate in an arranged journey before transfer to secondary school. Families should make applications for School Journey grants via the school office or direct to Hampton Fund using the attached form. 

Application forms are attached together with a flyer

If you require further information, please phone us on 0208 941 7866 or email us at

Kind regards

Hampton Fund

15 High Street, Hampton, Middlesex, TW12 2SA Tel: 0208 941 7866

Hampton Fund is the working name for Hampton Fuel Allotment Charity (Registration No.211756)


SporTedd recently kindly funded all new sports kits for our children. Three kits for different sports totalling over £1000 have replaced our very well used but very tired old kits. Sport is a passion of our school and we are so grateful for the generosity of SporTedd in ensuring our children both look and feel the part as we look to see every child represent the school and go on to discover and explore their unique passions and talents in sport.

To find out more about SporTedd, click here.

Woodland Trust (Our School's Charity of the Year 2021)

The children, through our children's leadership team - The School Council, voted that the Woodland Trust would be our chosen charity to support in 2021. So far, we have raised £220 from a mufti day for the Woodland Trust and lots more through our permanent donation box in the school office.

This is what the Woodland Trust do:

'We create havens for wildlife by planting millions of trees every year, campaign for new laws to protect ancient woodland and restore damaged ancient woods so they can breathe again.

Our vision is a UK rich in native woods and trees, for people and wildlife.

We can’t achieve it on our own. We need your help too.'

The children at St John's want to help protect our environment and the future of our planet. We are pleased to support the Woodland Trust in their efforts to do this.


Richmond Schools Sports Partnership

The Richmond School Sports Partnership (RSSP) provides sporting opportunities for school children in the borough of Richmond upon Thames. The RSSP provides coaching and leadership opportunities, a gifted and talented programme, festivals and competitions. The service also offers a staff development and act as a PE advisory service.

St John’s greatly values its link with the Richmond School Sports Partnership and regularly takes part in sporting events including:

Harlequins Rugby Club

In keeping with the historical place of rugby within the Borough of Richmond, Harlequins Rugby Club deliver curricular and extra curricular rugby sessions at St John’s

Kick London

Kick London is a Christian sport and mentoring charity who provide the children and staff at St John's with sport and mentoring support.

Their vision and ethos: We transform young people’s lives, with God’s love, through sport and support. We do this through values-driven physical education, street dance, mentoring, chaplaincy in schools and community KICK Academies to impact a sense of hopelessness. 

Kids Coaching Hive

Kids Coaching Hive deliver high-energy extra curricular coaching sessions at St John’s in the form of Athletics, Dance and Gymnastics clubs.

Middlesex County Cricket Club

The Cricket Foundation’s (CF) ‘Chance to Shine’ programme aims to support the development of a cricketing culture within schools.

Cricket provides a great platform to learn not just sporting skills but also those wider skills that underpin achievement throughout life. St John’s takes the opportunity to invite The Cricket Foundation to deliver curricular sessions at school in the summer term.

Richmond Knights Basketball Club

We have a strong link with Richmond Knights Basketball Club, who deliver curricular and extra curricular basketball sessions at St John’s.

Teddington Hockey Club

Teddington Hockey Club deliver extra curricular hockey sessions at St John’s.

Teddington Lawn Tennis Club

Teddington Lawn Tennis Club deliver extra curricular tennis sessions at St John’s.

The Arts

Richmond Music Trust

We have a long established relationship with Richmond Music Trust based in Twickenham. Children from St John's have learnt instruments to a high standard both during their time here and beyond as a result of the tuition by RMT.

We have several peripatetic teachers who visit St John’s to deliver instrumental lessons.

Currently the following instruments are played at St John’s:

Lessons can be booked directly with the Music Trust at the following website

Richmond Music Trust, 7 Briar Road, Twickenham, Middlesex, TW2 6RB

020 8538 3866

Hampton Court Palace

We are blessed to have such an amazing historical palace on our doorstep. As well as trips to Hampton Court, we have even been able to hold drama performances in the Great Hall!