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Fun at our Friends of Twickenham School Bingo night


The school will be taking part in this Friday. Donations of £1.


Year 5 and 6 families are warmly invited to our Open Morning in October Thur 12th, Fri 13th, Mon 16th, Tues 17th, 9am-10.15am on all days.


Year 5 and 6 families are warmly invited to our Open Evening to hear from headteacher Assal Ruse on Tuesday 10th October, 6.00pm – 8.30pm.


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Congratulations to all Twickenham School students for their GCSE results.


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Great 2 C all our new Yr7s today having so much fun settling in and making new friends! So much info to take in


More exam tips from a year 11


A year 11 offers some advice for our Year 7 starters


Another revision tips from one of our high achieving year 11 students


Our Y11s give their tips on how to score top marks at their exams


Please have a look at our brand new updated website with our new name


Special congratulations to Daniel Clouter, Sidney Thomas (pictured) & Ludmila Branda achieving top grade of 9 in English and Maths.


Another year of improved results with 60% of students gaining the new 4+ grade (A*-C) in English and Maths, with 14% A*-A grades!


Congratulations to Amina Zien - our highest achiever in terms of exceeding all targets!


“I am delighted for the students and staff who have worked incredibly hard to achieve these results with all new examinations.” - Assal Ruse


Luka Miller and Robertas Klokovas are both celebrating distinctions in English Language Speaking


Hardworking student Sidney Thomas achieved grade 9 - equivalent to an A** - in the new Maths GCSE.


60 percent of students achieved grade 4 or above, equivalent of A* - C grades, in English and Maths


More from our year 8 students environment project in RE class


Students pose with their posters from an environment project in RE


Since May 2016, we have been responding to the Ofsted inspection report while continuing towards realising our vision of becoming an outstanding school and hence improving outcomes for all students. We have hosted visits from the Department of Education, the Regional Schools Commissioner and our new School Improvement Partner. All their reports confirm that we have acted swiftly to address the many issues and are on the right track to continue to improve further.

‘The pace of change has had an evident impact, students can articulate how the academy is a better place to be this year because they can learn confidently, lessons are not disrupted, and they enjoy attending the academy. ‘There is no doubt that staff have worked extremely hard to establish high expectations and set an ethos and climate for learning that will ensure all students thrive’. (Department of Education visit in January 2017)


By improving the quality of teaching and learning, outcomes for all groups of students have improved. Student progress is the focus across all subjects.


‘The Headteacher and governors have an accurate understanding of the school’s strengths’ (Regional Schools Commissioner)


‘All staff agreed that the conduct of students in class and around the school has improved considerably from the start of the year and is now good. The introduction of restorative justice, stronger reward systems will lead to further improvement in the coming year. The exciting plans to strengthen student leadership will also have a positive impact’ (School Improvement Partner July 2017)