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Elsa and Jack getting getting some advice on their performance poetry from


led a performances poetry workshop at the school on Friday


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Be creative: make a cartoon/collage/poster – something a bit creative can help to memorise thing.


Teach someone what you have just learned.


Year 9 Parents’ Evening will take place on Thursday 23rd February. Contact Miss Quigley (Head of Year 9) info


Question and answer: work with a study partner where possible


Revision apps: recommend are Gojimo and The PiXL maths. Ask teachers which are the best for the subject


Actors learn their lines by walking around and saying them out loud. Revision does not have to be sitting or silent.


Product Design Yr 11 student came in during to finish off their speakers


Mind maps: get a whole topic onto one side of A4 – helps with visual as well as verbal. .


Turn your topic into a story and tell it to your friends or family.


More hardworking students

The Richmond West Schools Trust

From September 2016, Hampton High and Twickenham Academy joined The Richmond West Schools Trust. This is a multi academy trust led by Waldegrave School and Teddington School and also includes Nelson Primary. This trust was established in order to provide new governance for Hampton High and Twickenham Academy.

The vision of the trust is that all schools are good or outstanding by 2019.

The trust brings together five local schools in order to ensure high standards of education and a focus on Teaching, Learning and Leadership  for the local community shared by these schools. Led by the Executive Headteachers of Teddington School and Waldegrave School, the trust provides the systems and structures needed to ensure the success of all of the schools.

Each school in the trust has its own distinct identity and ethos. They each have their own vision, values and mission statements. They are united in a common belief in the strength of community education and the desire to ensure the entire community has access to the same high standards of education in the individual settings of each school.

The governance structure of RWST comprises the Board of Trustees and a Local Governing Body for each of the schools in the trust. More information on how this works is contained in the Scheme of Delegation.


Richmond West Schools Trust
Fifth Cross Road

Telephone: 020 8894 3244 
Fax: 020 8893 3670
E-mail Address:

Meeting Schedule

Planning Meeting

Tues   13 September 2016

Resources Committee 1

Tues   29 November 2016

Achievement Committee 1

Tues    6 December 2016

Board Meeting 1

Tues   13 December  2016

Resources Committee 2

Tues    7  March 2017

Achievement Committee 2

Tues  14 March  2017

Board Meeting 2

Tues  23 March 2017

Resources Committee 3

Tues   27 June 2017

Achievement Committee 3

Tues   4 July  2017

Board Meeting 3

Tues  11 July 2017




RWST Scheme of Delegation Table

RWST Scheme of Delegation

Board Members and Register of Interests