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Wow, wrapping up such an inspiring series of workshops with 12-14yr olds from schools Orleans Park & Waldegrave, exploring woods at w/ scientists & having such rich discussions about climate & biodiversity, why it matters, what we want to achieve…


Thank you so for working with and inspiring our students, Bryony. Can’t wait to see the finished mural!


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We have some great news for aspiring singers! We have spaces available to start group and 1:1 singing lessons with us at our Saturday Centre at on Saturday mornings🎤 For more information please email


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🔊 Big shout out to the staff at for donating suitcases, holdalls, rucksacks etc for Afghan refugees supported by ❤ 👉🏼 If YOU'D like to donate, please drop off at ACAA in Feltham. 👍🏼


Budding artists from Years 8 & 9 have been at this afternoon being inspired by nature to design a mural about the environment for


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If your aged 12-25 and artistic (or just willing to have a go) this is a great opportunity! What are you waiting for?! 😀Enter the and design a mural that draws attention to and before next week's deadline. 🎨✏️


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Superb exam results this year so far…46 distinctions and 12 merits! Great work from our super talented students we have a few places remaining for 1-1 LAMDA & group classes


Congratulations to our Sixth Form Receptionist, Mrs Allen, who completed the gruelling Thames Path Challenge 100km walk from Putney to Henley at the weekend. This is the third one she's done having raised hundreds of pounds for Marie Curie over the years. Well done!


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Both groups get together on Wednesday evenings at , Twickenham. Junior Concert Band 6:00 - 7:00pm Youth Concert Band 7:15 - 9:00pm For more information please visit our website:


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Dear Rishi Sunak, listen to these young people. They are sending you this open letter because there is not enough early mental health support for them. You can change that. Invest in young people’s mental health and .


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Retweetd From Imperial College London Outreach

Are you an A-level student considering a maths-related degree at university? Applications are now open for our Y13 mA*ths Online and Further mA*ths Online programmes. Apply now for tailored support, online mentoring and masterclasses designed to help you get an A*.


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Calling A level drama students. Want to be a theatre reviewer? Enter our competition!


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Teddington lock can be danger.Some parts of the Thames are very deep and bodies of water stay cold whatever the weather. It is very easy to get into trouble and drawn.if you have children living with you then please talk to them about the dangers of jumping in the river.


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Young people living in Richmond upon Thames, aged 16-17 are now able to get their 1st dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at the Harlequins Rugby Stadium (The Stoop) or Teddington Memorial Hospital.


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*Afghanistan - how you can help* If you’re able to, please give to one of these charities: International Red Cross is working on the ground to food, water & life-saving medical support.


Retweetd From Richmond Music Trust

BandIt's Back! This morning we welcomed both new and familiar faces to to kickstart . Over the course of the week participants will be placed into bands, record and write their own songs and perform to a live audience! What a journey it's going to be🎶

Results 2021


Sixth Formers and Y11s received their A Level and GCSE results this week.  Grades were teacher assessed after formal exams were cancelled and our students have worked hard to demonstrate their ability. 

Ms Tongue, Headteacher, says: “The last few months have been very challenging for our students, their families and teachers. Our students have shown great resilience and determination throughout their studies. The amount of work that went into preparing the grades, in order that each and every one of our students received the grade they deserve, cannot be underestimated.  I would like to thank everyone for ensuring that this has been another successful year.”


A Level Results

A Level results have continued along the strong trajectory of past performances. 55% of grades were awarded an A*/A and 84% were A*-B.  This year, in addition to the traditional choices, we have seen a wide variety of subjects being studied at university.  Mr Bannister, Head of Sixth Form remarked, “our students have excelled themselves and we are thrilled to share in their celebrations. We are particularly pleased with the wide range of courses and careers they are about to undertake and we wish them all the best in their future endeavours.”


Some of the diverse range of courses and destinations include: 

Animal Science (University of Nottingham) - Summer L 

Applied Golf Management (University of Birmingham)  - Henri W

Architecture - Theo B, Sidorela D, Barney H,  Jack S

Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music - Zak B

Dentistry (Queen Mary University of London) - Netanya M

Earth and Planetary Science (University of Manchester) - Sophie A

Fashion Marketing (University of Leeds) - Mia W

Food Science and Nutrition (University of Leeds) - Glady G

Marine Biology (University of Southampton) - Milly C 

Medicine (University of Manchester / University of Birmingham) - Sophie B & Ibtihaz S

Music & Music Psychology (University of Leeds) - Gabrielle E

Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology (University of Portsmouth) - Zinzan M

Property, Finance & Investment (Nottingham Trent University) - Yves-Allen S

Sports Journalism (Liverpool John Moores University) - Annie K

A huge congratulations to the following students who secured places at Oxbridge: Emma S to study Physics, Lily A to study Philosophy & Theology, Stefan B and Coco T-S to study Natural Sciences, Maddie T-M to study History and Sylvie K to study English Literature.


GCSE Results

GCSE results were also strong with 95% achieving grades 4-9,  58% achieving grades 7-9. 

Ms Tongue says: “We are thrilled that so many of our Y11s will be enrolling into the Sixth Form, we are also pleased for those who are embarking on new ventures.  Through our Careers and Guidance program we work hard to realise the potential in every student and help them make the decision that is right for them, including options outside of traditional post 16 pathways.”

Some of the alternative destinations include the Brit School, Arts Ed, The London Screen Academy and QPR football academy.  

Special congratulations to the students who achieved grade 9 in all their subjects Lily C-F, Madeleine C, Sophie H and Lila T. 

Ms Tongue continues: “We would like to congratulate all our students on their hard work, determination and perseverance.  For those leaving, you will be missed -  please keep in touch and let us know how you are getting on. For those returning we are excited to continue your journey with you.”