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Today we hosted the Primary Pentathlon, a sporting event for primary school students with special educational needs. Our Year 10s assisted in the most efficient, professional and caring way . Great fun was had by all.


Love Science? Fancy a school trip? THE BIG BANG UK YOUNG SCIENTISTS & ENGINEERING FAIR. £16.50 buys you a ticket to the NEC Birmingham on Thursday 12 March.


Student Alex Lindley achieved first place in the Turkey Burner downhill mountain bike race with 54.65 seconds. Go Alex!


Daniel Georgiev, Year 11, has been selected out of hundreds of applicants to join the Young Writers Group established this year at the Bush Theatre in Hammersmith . We wish Daniel the best of luck in the programme .


GCSE Food & Nutrition completing a mock NEA coursework practical. They have been busy investigating the effect different fats have when baking cakes.


Weihnachten in unserer Schule. Year 10 German will be enjoying some treats in their lesson today.


Today our school choir will perform at the Whitton Community elders Christmas party. We hope everyone enjoys our performance. Merry Christmas to all the members of the Centre.


Huge thank you to Lord Hogan Howe for inspiring and talking to our Year 10 students about his life.


Year 7, 8, 9 boys and girls rugby teams are competing against Comberton Village College (Cambridge) in our annual Varsity Rugby Festival today. Let the game begin!


Twickenham School is looking forward to hosting Comberton Village College ( ), Cambridge on Thursday in a rugby festival involving Year 7, 8, 9 and Girls rugby teams to celebrate the Varsity Game at Twickenham later in the day.


We are delighted and so proud to announce that Henry and his partner Keira won Gold in Mexico. They are officially the Great British - Pan American Acro Champions and double gold medal winners.


students attending the Kneller Hall Remembrance Service today.


Good luck to our Yr11 students taking their mock exams this week.


Twickenham celebrates anti-bullying week, Mental health awareness week and National Maths week!


Year 11 Football team captain Owen Walsh has successfully been selected to represent Middlesex this season. Owen had to come through 2 trial sessions and was against nearly 100 other students for the places. This is an amazing achievement and an honour.


Year 10 are busy working on modelling a mobile phone holder for their latest project.


Fabio decided to get creative for tonight’s Open Evening


We’re ready for Open Evening on Tuesday 8th October and looking forward to welcoming prospective students and families. See our wonderful school for yourself... here’s a sneak preview...


National Poetry Day is being celebrated with themed activities and a poetry hunt competition. Enthusiastic students will win Golden Tickets and be entered into a lucky dip.


Ex Twickenham student Lauren James did us proud at the weekend by scoring her first goal for Manchester United!


staff have developed a curriculum that provides pupils with a broad range of experiences. It has also helped to define the knowledge and skills that pupils need to tackle examination courses successfully."


When your child arrives at Twickenham School, we use information from their primary school plus diagnostic testing and teacher assessment to determine the support and challenge that they need. This guides setting in English, Maths and Science. However students are assessed regularly and there are chances to move sets after each monitoring point. During Key Stage 3 we also focus on developing the skills and habits that students need for success at Key Stage 4.

In Year 10 students begin GCSE and vocational courses. We use our 11-16 status as an opportunity to boost students’ aspirations so that their eyes are opened to the opportunities that lie ahead for them. For example, we have taken students to visit Oxford University (among others), sixth form colleges and school sixth forms, apprenticeship providers and employers. We also offer high quality careers advice, including mock interviews and help with applications. This means that our students have high rates of entry into education or training when they leave us and are prepared and confident in taking their next step.

Twickenham School supports gifted and talented students by our unique assessment approach, which models the GCSE expectations from entry and enables clear identification of those students who are able to be stretched and challenged. Targets are used to motivate students with regular reviews.

For more information about the curriculum, contact the school.


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