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19/07/18

Our wonderful musicians rehearsing for our end of year assembly https://t.co/LjBHXSvofp

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19/07/18

Our choir rehearsing A Million Dreams in preparation for our final whole school assembly of the academic year. https://t.co/MDevT0WDac

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18/07/18

Year 5 pupils from Bishop Perrin sampled Science, Geography and Drama classes at the school today. https://t.co/WKdzZkzn9w

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17/07/18

Students laid wreaths at the Thiepval memorial at Newfoundland Park, the Somme, as part of their history field trip. https://t.co/h9DpiXGVR2

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17/07/18

Our students tour the Somme on day 3 of their history trip to battlefield. https://t.co/f2TL9steo3

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16/07/18

Students enjoying the amazing, interactive Cloth Hall Museum Ypres during a history trip to WW1 sites of interest. https://t.co/kg5Bk5D6EH

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15/07/18

Students on a history field trip to the Tunnels at Arras in France. https://t.co/3tsG1wDel8

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15/07/18

Students on a history field trip to The Battle of Vimy Ridge in France https://t.co/xm1kxNT1wQ

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12/07/18

Year 9 students visited the Royal Observatory Greenwich to work with astronomers on a workshop about the solar system. https://t.co/KR6HFbJg3m

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11/07/18

Our young leaders Sam Fullicks, Lewis Cole, Marvin Maci, and Younas Hassaini helped to run the the Year 5 borough cricket competition. https://t.co/4Jhqlrabke

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11/07/18

Year 5 students from Nelson Primary getting to know our teachers https://t.co/GFZ5EgapoF

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11/07/18

Year 5 students from Nelson Primary are being supported at our primary welcome day by Twickenham School young leaders. https://t.co/KTPzTWL2aq

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11/07/18

Year 5 students from Nelson Primary have been taking part in sport and educational activities at the school today. https://t.co/8cukrEQEXo

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09/07/18

Retweetd From Twickenham School PE

Our wonderful PTA keeping students hydrated at Sports Day https://t.co/nD1hvXnYe6

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09/07/18

Retweetd From Twickenham School PE

Students staying out of the sun between events at Sports Day https://t.co/PsvGMhbTtB

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09/07/18

Retweetd From Twickenham School PE

Healthy food from our Cucina keeping students and staff fuelled for Sports Day https://t.co/hWcNvO0b4O

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09/07/18

Retweetd From Twickenham School PE

Owen Walsh giving a stunning performance in the Year 9 800m https://t.co/4soayJLNCS

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09/07/18

Retweetd From Twickenham School PE

Monique Smith jumping 1 metre 25cm to win gold in the high jump https://t.co/fxYj7ZRaxK

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09/07/18

Retweetd From Twickenham School PE

Jack Taylor celebrates his victory at the 300m winner with Ms Ruse https://t.co/74HDMFmJEI

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09/07/18

Retweetd From Twickenham School PE

The PE department making sure our Sports Day runs smoothly https://t.co/hW7drXouw0

Key Stage 3 Curriculum

The curriculum provision at Twickenham School is broad, balanced and fully inclusive. There is an emphasis on promoting strength and success in traditional academic subjects, but this is balanced with a desire to foster variety and personalisation in our provision. The curriculum is constantly reviewed and developed to not only meet the needs and strengths of our students, but to provide rich opportunities for them to develop a range of skills and enjoy memorable experiences.

At the beginning of Year 7 there is an induction period during the first 6 weeks. We believe that the most effective and fairest way of grouping students is setting by ability, using nationally generated data alongside our data based on general intelligence, baseline tests in subjects to ensure that students have been placed in the appropriate sets. These tests also contribute to an indication of future performance up to GCSE level and allow us to track progress from the start.

Along with the core subjects students will also study art and design, dance, drama, geography, history, music, design technology, computing, religious studies, French or German. Every student is set separately in English, mathematics,science and grouped into either French or German. We operate a flexible system with regards to setting and use the review system to make adjustments throughout the year. Key Stage 3 is the launch pad for excellence in Key Stage 4 and has a curriculum built on the skills and knowledge needed for success.

 

 

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