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11/11/19

students attending the Kneller Hall Remembrance Service today. https://t.co/k4eFI3FjYL

11/11/19

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

11/11/19

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

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23/10/19

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. https://t.co/YaKu59lOyY

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21/10/19

Year 10 are busy working on modelling a mobile phone holder for their latest project. https://t.co/KOcXlcsWIu

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08/10/19

Fabio decided to get creative for tonight’s Open Evening https://t.co/iDJe4aRG7H

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05/10/19

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... https://t.co/kCEIOSebtp

03/10/19

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.

30/09/19

Ex Twickenham student Lauren James did us proud at the weekend by scoring her first goal for Manchester United! https://t.co/nbp06pZxD5

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27/09/19

Macmillan Cake sale is in full swing. Students have baked the most impressive cakes . https://t.co/PEH6OFIKVw

27/09/19

Let’s go Twitter https://t.co/VF6alwaKIV

23/09/19

Well done to the students who completed their Bronze D of E this weekend in the Surrey Hills. They showed resilience, empathy and we are very proud .

23/09/19

Macmillan cake sale during break time Friday . Donated cakes would be appreciated. Please drop at reception . Thank you

23/09/19

Well done to all ! Money raised for Jeans for Genes day was a huge £458!

11/09/19

Please help our student Henry, fund raise to compete in Gymnastic competitions around the world. https://t.co/2o0PLE9bW7

09/09/19

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

06/09/19

Retweetd From David Martin

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.

05/09/19

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!

http://www.twitter.com/twicksch/status/1164564156135235585

22/08/19

Agata, 16, gained three 9s, three 8s and two 7s, securing her place to study Biology and Psychology at Strode’s College. https://t.co/6JrK35RP4g

22/08/19

Our students’ successes were covered in today’s Richmond and Twickenham Times: https://t.co/qIMZ3JqYoQ

Posted on: 20/10/2019

Cyberbullying

Personal Development and Citizenship lessons have been covering a issues surrounding bullying and cyberbullying. 

Some of the key elements which characterise acts of bullying, as defined by the Anti-Bullying Alliance, are that the acts are: 

  • Hurtful
  • Intentional
  • Repetitive

Cyberbullying is bullying that happens online. Bullying can also be a form of harassment, which is against the law.

Where the bullying or harassment is in relation to certain characteristics, for example; race, disability, gender, sexual orientation or religion, then it is referred to by police as a 'hate incident' or 'hate crime'.

Next week, students will learn how the use of racist and homophobic terms is strongly opposed to our shared values at Twickenham School, and also goes against the fundamental British values. It would be appreciated if parents could reinforce this message with their children at home. 

Mr Stiff

Head of PDC