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Please help our student Henry, fund raise to compete in Gymnastic competitions around the world.


Welcome back to all. So lovely to see our students starting as they mean to go on at Twickenham. Aspire, Achieve, Enjoy.


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A wonderful student, so musically talented and a real pleasure to teach. Well done everyone at Twickenham School for an impressive set of examination results.


Congratulations to our student Henry Godfrey who, along with his partner, has been selected to represent Great Britain in the 2019 Acrobatic Gymnastic Pan American Club Cup in Mexico. We are so proud!


Agata, 16, gained three 9s, three 8s and two 7s, securing her place to study Biology and Psychology at Strode’s College.


Our students’ successes were covered in today’s Richmond and Twickenham Times:


Samantha, 16, gained 2.5 grades on average above those predicted. One 9, one 8, five 7s and two 6s. Plans to study Psychology, Sports Science and Performing Arts at Strode’s College. Well done!


Zoe 16, received five 9s and five 8s. Congratulations!


Alfie, 16, received 6s and 7s after being predicted 2s and 3s, and now plans to attend St Richard Reynolds Catholic High School to study Maths, Economics and Business Studies. Congratulations!


Megan, 16, received two 9s, five 8s and three 7s in her GCSEs, securing a place to attend Strode’s College to study Maths, Biology and Psychology.


Our students have arrived home safely from their incredible trip to Tanzania


Tanzania update: after a wonderful trip students are off to the airport on their way home.


Tanzania update: More from safari


Incredible footage from safari in Tanzania


Tanzania update: This is our last night in this camp. Tomorrow we travel to another park to safari then go straight to the Keys Hotel for our last night. Lots of mixed feelings tonight about leaving but everyone reflecting on a life changing month.


Tanzania update


Tanzania update: monkey spotting.


Tanzania update: bush skills and archery


Tanzania update: safari walk


Tanzania update: making paper from elephants poo

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.”