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An amazing performance Dream On by Aerosmith by Year 11 GCSE music student.


Year 11 GCSE music students recording solo performance in school today


Our gifted Year 8 PE students impress with a group balance


Year 8 Science Club students making a non-Newtonian fluid


Meeting the lady mayor with the finished poster


Adding the finishing touches to our poster at the presentation


Students waiting for the workshop where they will hear from survivors from the


Meera Bakshi said she is proud to represent Twickenham School at the primary school dodgeball competition


Action from the primary school dodgeball competition


Our student sports leaders pose for a picture before helping to run our primary school dodgeball competition


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Year 11 assembly at this afternoon.


Year 11 Walking Talk English paper taking place this afternoon at school


We are recruiting for a Head of Year position. Please see link for details.


Our year 11 students have been doing experiments with optics in science class


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Year 10 students from and learning employability skills at an workshop today


What an opportunity!


Yr9 students learned about GCSE, music and PE at our first Option assemblies today. Assemblies for other subjects will continue this week.


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)


'There were some pleasing elements in Year 11 achievement at both a school and subject level. Relationships between students, and between students and teachers, are much more positive, this is helping drive the continued strengthening of student behaviour evidenced by the data. The implementation of the new assessment process in Key Stage 3 is being managed effectively. Priorities also include embedding the use of Learning Journeys and assessment marksheets, ensuring students can articulate what they are learning and what next steps they need to make, and strengthening transition from Key Stage 2'. (School Improvement Partner October 2017)