Twyford Church of England High School

Twyford Church of England High School was established as an academy on 1 October 2011 on conversion from voluntary aided status. It is a faith school run by the Church of England. The school has over 1400 places with 500 in the sixth form and is heavily over-subscribed.

It has specialist status in music and modern foreign languages. Of the 190 places, 150 are offered to foundation (Christian) applicants, 30 to applicants who satisfy the criteria for world faith/open places and ten places are offered to students with an aptitude for music.

An Ofsted inspection report from May 2012 describes the school and the sixth form as outstanding and says that pupils of all backgrounds and abilities make excellent progress in their studies and achieve well in almost all their lessons. It states that the proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is broadly average and that the school has a well above average proportion of pupils from minority ethnic backgrounds.

How do you get in? 

Contact the education department at Ealing Council.

Contact details


Twyford Crescent
W3 9PP




020 8752 0141


020 8993 7627


Mrs Alice Hudson