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We cannot wait to welcome back our students! ⁦


Year 11 Food & Nutrition NEA Coursework still in full flow despite the news this morning.


Interested in becoming a social worker or getting involved in child protection? Join for a live Q&A session on 1st March. ⁦⁦


Twickenham School is incredibly excited to confirm our newly assembled Editorial Team for our upcoming Creative Writing & Arts magazine. Well done all! ⁦


The Parents’ Guide to – National Careers Week 2021


Do you know what you want to be? What is your dream job? National Careers Week coming soon will help with important decisions.


Twickenham School Book Club are currently reading Jungle Drop by Abi Elphinstone and it is proving to be a very popular choice.


Looking forward to National Careers Week ⁦


Staff and students were treated to two gorgeous cakes today. Thoroughly enjoyed by all! ⁦


Today we launched the poster competition. We look forward to sharing some examples of the winning entries and designs. Download a family activity pack from


Twickenham School celebrates and we are working with the UK Safer Internet Centre to make Watch out for further tweets here and find out more at www.saferinternet


Our Poet Laureate’s (Y8 Harley) offering this week. Lamenting on the snowfall last weekend.


Large scale acrylic painting by Taylor demonstrate use of tonal work and form in the combined imagery.


Our chickens were eggstremely happy with their new swing ! As a sign of appreciation they laid 4 eggs today!


Intricate pattern work by a GCSE student showcases attention to detail and precision.


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Boris Johnson delays reopening of schools in England by at least two weeks.


Well done to Cassia in Year 7 who has logged the most amount of Merits this week and to Petya, also Year 7, who tops the leader board so far this academic year. Well done girls!


Congratulations to Hannah in Year 10 who has passed Grade 8 Alto Saxophone with a Merit .A significant step towards her ambition to be a professional musician!


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Key Stage 3 curriculum

 We believe in traditional values such as respect for all, perseverance, dedication, integrity, empathy and responsibility.  We aim to ensure that all members of our community experience trusting and caring relationships with each other to achieve the best possible outcomes.

Our staff and students work together to aspire, achieve and enjoy the opportunities our school gives us and the strength of being part of a community.

Twickenham School believes by collaboration we can all become stronger. We are united in our aim to ensure that our students know they are safe, valued and supported whilst at the same time being challenged to achieve their best at all times.

Our students are supported and encouraged to grow in confidence and self-belief. If students are to become leaders of their own learning they must keep an open mind, enjoy hard work, and be curious about the world in which they live. Students will be stretched in their lessons to take risks, take on new learning challenges and develop creativity. They will achieve their aspirations through high standards of teaching, learning and leadership. 

Our Vision

  • Students to be confident, successful and lifelong learners
  • Students to develop creativity, resourcefulness and resilience
  • The school to be driven and united towards continuous self and school improvement
  • The school to attract, nurture and retain high quality staff
  • Students, staff and parents to be proud to contribute positively to the school and the wider community


    The aim of the Twickenham School curriculum is to develop confident, successful students who have a love of learning that will continue throughout their lives. We have built a broad and balanced curriculum that provides the knowledge and understanding for our students to meet our high expectations. Through our curriculum we aim to generate a sense of wonder; encouraging our teachers to excite and innovate. We want students to be educated and empowered citizens prepared for the next stage of education or employment.


    To develop ‘confident, successful and lifelong learners’ we will keep learning as the main focus in every aspect of our school life.

Lessons that excite and innovate

  • A broad and balanced curriculum that allows students to explore as they grow
  • Specialist teaching that focuses on understanding and memory
  • A personalised curriculum that only narrows when students are ready to make important decisions
  • A flexible approach when necessary catering for all abilities


Leadership at all levels

  • Values driven leadership both inside and outside the classroom
  • Students exposed to the ‘Leader in me’ programme
  • Professional development of all staff is a priority

High expectations leading to Academic Success

  • Challenging content and delivery encouraging students to ‘Think Hard’
  • Rigorous assessment process that both supports and challenges students
  • A curriculum designed to build on prior learning that develops excellence in the subject areas
  • Advice and guidance at every step to support all students
  • Reading, Literacy and Numeracy are prioritised from entry

Enrichment experiences

  • An extensive extra-curricular programme
  • A variety of extra- curricular trips, concerts, performances, and sports that allow students to express themselves outside of the classroom
  • Lessons that stimulate curiosity and generate interest

Learning journeys

  • All subjects have mapped the curriculum across the year to support students with the knowledge and skills appropriate at each stage
  • Careers advice and guidance support students develop the link between learning and the future
  • Students are encouraged to believe in their abilities and discover motivation based on future success

Key Stage 3

All our students begin with a suite of Mathematics, English, Science, Physical Education, Religious Studies, Personal Development & Citizenship, Drama, Art, Music, History, Geography, Languages, Design and Technology, Food and Nutrition and Computer Science. We strive to develop a love of learning and expose students to a diverse set of subjects.

In Year 9 students begin to consider their pathways with the help of our careers team and through the options process.  We offer a wide variety of subjects at GCSE and students have the ability to choose from:

Art, Photography, Drama, Music, Design and Technology, Food and Nutrition, History, Geography, Religious Studies, Computer Science, French, German, Physical Education.

We encourage the EBacc suite and have made plans to move towards the Government ambition.

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