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13/07/19

Year 7 student Rosie took part in a charity event run by Heritage2Health, helping enable people with any kind of disability to enjoy activities in an outdoor area. https://t.co/Fw2wAALNYR

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12/07/19

Keisha De Gouveia, 9MTO and her cheerleading team, Altitude Cheer, took part in the ‘Future Cheer Internationals Competition’ in Bournemouth last weekend. https://t.co/MRdLLwoPm1

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12/07/19

Year 7 have enjoyed enquiry fieldwork on site this week using our new measuring and recording equipment, many thanks to the families who contributed to these. https://t.co/5BYOAukUz3

11/07/19

Retweetd From TwickSch PTA

yr10 trip to Battlefields set off very early today. Have a gr8t time! Let us know that you got there ok 😊

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11/07/19

Retweetd From Bishop Perrin School

Year 5 went to on Monday to take part in some secondary school taster sessions: drama, science, trampolining and rock climbing! The children had a great time - thank you Twickenham School! 10/7/19 https://t.co/yTIZUnltM4

11/07/19

Retweetd From School Space

Hello Twickenham 👋 We're so proud to have Twickenham School as a new partner school. Book the main hall, drama studio or classrooms and raise money for the school 🙌 https://t.co/Ha5HBYTSxr

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11/07/19

More pics from Sports Day https://t.co/TL6iSLBjVs

11/07/19

A wonderful Sports Day https://t.co/ogeXfB8nsV

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11/07/19

Lee Harvey Robinson, founder of Boundless Dance, delivered a workshop to Year 10 dancers focusing on challenging contemporary movement. https://t.co/bhexG3EEXO

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10/07/19

Thursday night saw our young performers in their element as we shared our annual Summer Showcase with friends and family. https://t.co/BWK75hGzKI

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09/07/19

Students are now on their way home after an action packed tour of the battlefield of Ypres in Belgium. https://t.co/ZZ3eKWdZCQ

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09/07/19

Year 5 students from Nelson School came to sample life at Twickenham School. Four classes of students were led by our Year 7 buddies into a variety of exciting classes. https://t.co/AcKXh13dJp

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08/07/19

We were incredibly impressed by the maturity and enthusiasm of our Year 7 buddies who supported primary students on our transition day and individually took each Year 6 student on a tour of the school. https://t.co/tss98KFeer

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04/07/19

Myriam Tonella attended the German Teacher Awards with the Mayor of Richmond at the German Ambassadors house in Belgravia. https://t.co/G0j27Evmk3

02/07/19

Retweetd From TwickSch PTA

Induction Evening, great evening as always and lovely to meet so many new parents over a glass of wine! Excellent presentation by Ms Ruse , delivered from the heart.

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01/07/19

Retweetd From Esher College

Coming to our Y10 Open Evening on Monday? Read some of the most common questions we get asked by Y10 and Y11 students thinking about . https://t.co/QwtagwLp3V https://t.co/2Nf7Z8j2h2

25/06/19

Retweetd From TwickSch PTA

Excellent! PGL trips were always brilliant, fondly remembered by some ex-Trafalgar now rather tall lads!! Hope they are having a great time. https://t.co/OIQWzTi8Fk

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24/06/19

Sir David Attenborough’s campaign through the Blue Planet programme to change attitudes to plastics has had a lasting effect across the world. Twickenham School fully supports this campaign. https://t.co/OKl6cZhr9u

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22/06/19

Budding Twickenham cricketers travelled to the ‘Home of Cricket’ for this year’s cricket World Cup final, Lord’s Cricket Ground. Middlesex CCC were taking on Sussex CCC in the County Championships. https://t.co/2beVpqWDr4

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21/06/19

This week in Science Club we created our banner for our trip to The National Physics Laboratory (NPL), after being entered into the Annual NPL water rocket challenge. https://t.co/zqaTrJn3RD

Examination Results

Improved New GCSE Results for Twickenham School 

TWICKENHAM School celebrated an improvement in results as a clutch of students scored top grades in their GCSESs.

The school saw a spike in results in core subjects such as English and maths and in overall attainment, following the publication of results today.

Today, students spoke of their pride with their despite new national grading systems and broader following an anxious summer wait.

Dharvi Jayaprasat, from Twickenham, revised for two hours a day to make sure she secured the grades to get on to a course at Kingston College.

She said: “These results make me believe I can do so much now. It was hard sometimes. I’m just happy with these grades.”

“Thanks to support from this school I can now do my art and design course at Kingston College. I am very excited.”

After a partial introduction last year, almost all GCSEs are graded from 1 to 9, with the former A* grade split into the 7, 8 and 9 grades.

Thomas Darcy, from Isleworth, in Hounslow, scored all 8s and 9s, equivalent to A* or A, , to secure a place to study A-levels in English, geography and classical civilisations.

He said: “It was a long, apprehensive wait the whole summer, hoping my grades would be good.

“This is just the culmination of that whole wait - but I am happy with this.

“For anyone to get any good grades it takes a lot of work, and a lot of it is down to the teachers, who gave up their own time to hold extra classes after school.

“The changes to the GCSEs nationally made it harder, which makes us even prouder.”

Headteacher Assal Ruse said: Well done to all our students. Particular mentions must go to the many students who achieved the highest Attainment 8 points with an average grade 8+. This is a huge achievement.

“My thanks to our staff who have worked incredibly hard teaching the new GCSEs and ensuring that so many students did as they well as they did.

“We have seen an improvement but there is still much work to be done. We will continue to work hard for our students.”

 

Results Day Celebration 2018

 

Results Day Logo 2018