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Twyford Church of England High School
Twyford Church of England High School is a mixed multiracial voluntary aided comprehensive school. It is a faith school run by the Church of England. The school normally has more than 500
applicants for the 180 places. Selection is on faith grounds and 15 per cent of places are allocated to
students of other world faiths.
There are 954 students in Years 7 to 11 and 469 students in the sixth
form. Approximately 60 per cent of students are boys. Student mobility is low and about 80 per
cent of students stay on in the sixth form, which is high.
The latest OFSTED report describes Twyford as a very effective school with 'a clear and shared vision for the future.' It seeks to be an
establishment which is a force for good and ‘worthy of the Lord’ through creating an inclusive learning
environment that promotes the spiritual health of the community and achieves excellence.High standards are achieved by students in the GCSE examinations
and in the public examinations in the sixth form, principally the A level examinations. According to OFSTED the quality of
teaching is good overall and very good in the sixth form and the quality of students’ learning reflects this.
Leadership of the school is excellent and the outstanding leadership provided by the headteacher is a
significant element in this.
Latest OFSTED report - April 2007
How do you get in?
Contact the education department at Ealing Council.