ARMISTICE PERFORMANCE BY TWICKENHAM ACADEMY STUDENTS

Twickenham Academy students lead the performance of The Armed Man at the Landmark Arts Centre on Armistice Sunday. A semi-staged performance of Karl Jenkins Mass for Peace commissioned by the Landmark Arts Centre in collaboration with Unexpected Opera and Dramatic Edge in commemoration of the First World war.

Performers included — Awais Brohi, Hannah McLelland, Livio Mendes, Ben Newman, Dan Rogers, Shanice Sellwood, Tiggy Sewell, Natalie Sexton, Karolina Smulska.

Photo is of the Cast of Armed Man with Mayor Jane Boulton



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  • Parent Notice - ePortal



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DIARY HIGHLIGHTS

4 Nov - 16 Dec Principal's Drop-in Surgery - 4 - 5pm every Tuesday - Main reception
24 Nov Deadline for Individual and Tutor Group photo orders
17 Dec Academy Christmas Lunch - auditorium
18 Dec End of Term
5 Jan INSET DAY - Students do not attend on this day
6 Jan Start of Spring Term

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Visions and Values


At Learning Schools Trust, our vision is:'

“To operate outstanding schools in which every student, through personalised learning and clear goals, will stretch their boundaries and learn more than they thought possible".

All aspects of our schools are designed to provide a personalised education that meets the needs of each student and are built around the following core values:

  • All people are different
  • Success depends on challenging goals and clear requirements
  • We educate for Life
  • “Life is what I make it"

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