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Brilliant event hosted by Twickenham High School this evening for Year 10 parents who are exploring post 16 options with their children. A very balanced view of both academic and vocational options to support families in making informed decisions.


Last year, due to hot weather many students requested to have the option of wearing shorts. We have therefore added a summer option of wearing tailored black shorts. These shorts must be purchased from either School Days in Whitton or Stevensons in Twickenham.


We are asking families to tweet us when they spot their child in one of our post. Please tweet using the We will also feature the tweets in our termly newsletter.


We are asking families to kindly support us by nominate our school for book tokens by filling in this form:


On Friday 24 May, we are holding an Employer Careers Carousel to expose our Year 10 students to a wide range of possible of jobs and industry sectors


All Year 10 students and their families are invited to attend a Future Pathways Evening which will be held on Thursday 23rd May from 6.00-7.00 pm in the Auditorium.


Next week’s food event in Cucina is C Fest. Celebrating all things festival and inspired by current music. We hope the students enjoy the food and trying new tastes.


Some handy tips for our students revising for their exams:


Year 11 students took part in their final assembly with us, hearing performances from the Year 11 band and their Head of Year, Ms Quigley.


Our cricket club is taking place on a Monday lunchtime in Year 7 and Year 8, and for all years on a Thursday after school.


Year 7 students have created their own model castles and board games.


Year 11 students signed shirts and had a free lunch today to relax before their upcoming GCSE exams.


Our Year 10 Football team have successfully made their first Richmond Borough Grand final, and will be up against St Richard Reynolds on Wednesday 22 May at Hampton High (3.30pm KO).


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It's the Yr11s Dress Up day! Get ready for a weird selection of characters coming today! don't be scared but seems like Thanos is back.....


Our new weekly enrichment programme schedule can be found below.


Introducing the new Twickenham School PE Kit for September 2019, which is available to purchase from School Days (Whitton High Street) and Stevensons (Twickenham High Street).


Our Year 7 girls netball team scored an impressive 4-2 victory over Hampton High. Well done to player of the match, Ellie Leader-Craig.


Students completed three different artistic final pieces in the form of Paint Pouring techniques inspired by Abstract Art during Easter workshops in Art.


Year 9 pupils practised their French in a “speed dating conversation” exchanging key facts about school life in England and in France with students from French school The Collège Beatrix de Gavre, situated near Laval in France.

Posted on: 13/03/2019

Rambert School of Dance

OUR dance students have been gearing up for their GCSE exams at the world famous Rambert School of Dance.

Year 10 GCSE Dance students have been learning new techniques with the company this term to improve their skills ahead of tests next year.

Working in collaboration with third year dance students at Rambert, they also created and performed their own contemporary dance piece, which was showcased at Rambert in November.

This term they have focused on learning new skills such as technique, choreography and performance.

Associate Assistant Headteacher Mrs Thackeray said: “The students used this performance to gain valuable insight into the

demands of dance performance.
“This was the second cohort of GCSE

Dancers to work with Rambert and we look forward to offering this exceptional opportunity again to future dancers.

She added: “Well done year 10, you’ve been a credit to the school.”

Student Maiya McKim “It’s been so much fun working with the Rambert teachers. They really challenged up with new movement ideas.

I really liked that there were ve teachers because it meant that everyone in the class got attention all the time and were able to get a lot of feedback.

“Aspire has helped me to prepare for my performance exams really well because I have new ideas to used and a professional experience to get me ready for next year.”