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24/11/17

Year 9 students created stunning 3d paper prokaryotes https://t.co/Yb6fCgehMx

24/11/17

Read about our sports ambassadors helping at a primary school basketball tournament https://t.co/yGi7w6FGCp

http://www.twitter.com/TwickSch/status/934061581612343296

24/11/17

Y7s have been designing numeracy, literacy and problem solving themed advent calendar for a competition. https://t.co/WyxmUpWESA

http://www.twitter.com/TwickSch/status/934018015619928064

24/11/17

Pupils taking part in experiment in science class https://t.co/VDFuqDY3vd

http://www.twitter.com/TwickSch/status/933713052603768834

23/11/17

Students paired up to create a tower using cello tape and newspapers for a team building exercise https://t.co/LyoFwpOGkB

http://www.twitter.com/TwickSch/status/933400890463178754

22/11/17

Our Y10 students won their Surrey Cup second round match 3-1 against Fullbrook School. Goals from Aston Nunn Rayan Djouadj and Luca Ferrara https://t.co/BycbvQ4cNN

http://www.twitter.com/TwickSch/status/933317918716198913

22/11/17

Disabled students from primary schools in the borough taking part in a panathlon with support from our sports leaders https://t.co/snAHQUwspe

http://www.twitter.com/TwickSch/status/933300058505670656

22/11/17

Our sports leaders have been running a panthalon event for disabled students from primary schools in the borough https://t.co/4xrjv0lmy5

http://www.twitter.com/TwickSch/status/933290245977620480

22/11/17

RE students have been learning about religious symbols and their hidden meanings. They then created their own symbols https://t.co/PbEpJNHE0A

http://www.twitter.com/TwickSch/status/933046737106886656

21/11/17

Y10s have been chosen to represent the school at the Speak Out Challenge following a public speaking workshop https://t.co/IckyXyIxd9

http://www.twitter.com/TwickSch/status/932339882139308032

19/11/17

Our students paid tribute to the WW1 fallen at the at the Royal Military School of Music’s Remembrance Service this week. https://t.co/0I0RKMGM1a

19/11/17

Retweetd From Assal Ruse

Feel so privileged to wake up every morning and go into work at such a wonderful school.

http://www.twitter.com/TwickSch/status/931590239201714177

17/11/17

A message from our Headteacher Ms Ruse https://t.co/VfWzaiGtRs

http://www.twitter.com/TwickSch/status/931577750833565696

17/11/17

Pupils learned safe handling of liquid and how to work a magnetically levitating superconductor during a visit to the https://t.co/CTQgn7gRcy

http://www.twitter.com/TwickSch/status/931430014213591040

17/11/17

Getting ready for with CucinA preparing the sticky toffee flake cakes https://t.co/O21hdmZro6

http://www.twitter.com/TwickSch/status/931213476089028609

16/11/17

Y8 boys football team put on a fine performance to beat Turing House 6-2 in the Surrey Cup. Goals from Jack Johnson x2, Bobbi Dauti x2, https://t.co/3gEGNZ4ZOR

http://www.twitter.com/TwickSch/status/931212125757898752

16/11/17

Fishy goings-on: students find out for themselves just sharp are the teeth of a rainbow trout https://t.co/LhVRkZewms

http://www.twitter.com/TwickSch/status/931204315645128705

16/11/17

The students set up a stall to sell anti-bullying wrist bands and pencils. https://t.co/iBTxW0hxWE

http://www.twitter.com/TwickSch/status/931092017500868613

16/11/17

Students learned how to use GPS data to create training schedules and select an all-time all-star team https://t.co/1Fra56NRCk

http://www.twitter.com/TwickSch/status/931084949796552709

16/11/17

Year 10 GCSE Drama students perform their anti bullying assembly for https://t.co/SeVwI4V79N

Ofsted

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)