On Tuesday 2 December Twickenham Academy played against Cranford Community College at Allianz Park in the All Schools U14 Colin Bosley Cup Final. This was a massive achievement just to get this far. They had won the Colin Bosley League and had to play the team in second place in order to be crowned champions. Crandford had a much stronger team than when Twickenham previously played them in the League.

Twickenham started the game well, scoring in the early minutes. Lewis Harrison picked the ball from the back of the maul and scored in the corner. This was closely followed by one of Daniel Clouter’s darting runs. Cranford fought back and punished Twickenham's lack of concentration by using the space on the wings as Twickenham got drawn into the ruck. Twickenham hit by when Enrique bulldozed his way over the line twice to score two tries. One of these was converted by Daniel Clouter right out on the touch line. The final blow came for Cranford when Daniel Clouter intercepted a Cranford pass and run 65m to the try line. The final score was Twickenham 27- 5 Cranford.



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4 Nov - 16 Dec Principal's Drop-in Surgery - 4 - 5pm every Tuesday - Main reception
16 Dec 'Hope' Christmas celebration - 6:15pm - auditorium - free entrance
17 Dec Academy Christmas Dinner - Auditorium
17 Dec Deadline for nominations of Vice Chair Parents' Forum
18 Dec End of Term - School finishes at 12.30pm
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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