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21/10/20

An exciting initiative for years 7 - 10 students who are passionate about cricket! The hub is completely free of charge. To register please follow the link below. https://t.co/fmndQbAclP https://t.co/fiIWBjOJIz

21/10/20

Please read the announcement on our website regarding support from parents and the wider community with giving career talks. https://t.co/QmXM19Fpfi

21/10/20

Please read the announcement on our website regarding wearing face masks from Monday 2 November. https://t.co/7HOl2MWR3X

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20/10/20

This week we are celebrating the life of for Did you know that a statue of Mary Seacole sits outside St Thomas' Hospital in London and is believed to be the first in the UK to honour a black woman. https://t.co/WExGbcocaN

16/10/20

Read our weekly opinion piece from our Prefect Team: How Coronavirus has affected me and my school https://t.co/xnErOajGMB

16/10/20

Read our weekly opinion piece from our Prefect Team: Mental health issues in young people - don't let them suffer in silence. https://t.co/JG3ATtzzD7

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16/10/20

Open to girls in Y10/11 interested in playing football? Richmond Park FC Under 16 Girls are looking for more players. Contact hellow.co.uk for more details. https://t.co/D7gWK4HHwg

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16/10/20

Some fantastic artwork from our Year 9 students in the style of https://t.co/LPu2l3LRVA

16/10/20

Please find our weekly newsletter on our website https://t.co/4bWZP37Emc

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16/10/20

This week we are celebrating the life of for Nominated by Miss Harrington, who when speaking about Evaristo's book said, "It was definitely the most thought provoking book I have read all year!" https://t.co/9u7ouS8nxS

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15/10/20

This week we are celebrating the life of for If you want to see some live theatre why not stream this production which deals with some of the issues which Ira Aldridge would have faced. https://t.co/GrdpL57vAO https://t.co/M20ZFJsgtV

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14/10/20

This week we are celebrating the life of for Did you know her non-profit, the Serena Williams Fund, has helped build a school in Uganda and also helped schools in Jamaica and Kenya? https://t.co/n6OvhZI0YG

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14/10/20

This week we are celebrating the life of for He developed an interest in law from his father. Marshall said of his father, "He never told me to be a lawyer, but he turned me into one." https://t.co/vlAufrRgFb

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14/10/20

This week we are celebrating the life of for Did you know Barack comes from the Swahili language, and it means "one who is blessed." https://t.co/Vb9MNOifO5

09/10/20

Please find our weekly newsletter on our website https://t.co/4bWZP37Emc

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09/10/20

Today we are celebrating the life of Ernest Everett Just He was an African American biologist and educator. https://t.co/uQpEMY234x

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08/10/20

Today we are celebrating the life of for He was a writer and abolitionist from Nigeria whose autobiography became immensely popular and helped the abolitionist cause. It is one of the earliest books published by a black African writer. https://t.co/rzalJlIz41

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08/10/20

Y10 have made some fantastic work around 'An Inspector Calls' for English. Ms Stanbridge wanted to say a particular well done to Emily, Grace, Kelly and Morgan! https://t.co/vfHGFmv3kH

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08/10/20

Miss Harrington would like to say thank you to everyone who sponsored her in the Virtual London Marathon - she finished with an official time of 5 hours 25 minutes! The following link takes you to her sponsorship page for https://t.co/ntDXP8Bk74 https://t.co/RhZRSOVzhm

The Richmond West Schools Trust  

RWST is a two school trust, Hampton High and Twickenham School, led by Philippa Nunn (previously headteacher of  Waldegrave School).  RWST was formed by local governors and experts with the aim of ensuring that Hampton High and Twickenham School would be judged as good by Ofsted by 2021.  RWST is committed to the long term future of the schools in our Trust and can demonstrate that progress towards the aim is extremely strong.  We are pleased with the commitment that we have from our staff, students , parents, our local communities and the local authority. 

Since both schools moved to RWST there has been a focus on Teaching and Learning, behaviour and school standards.  Leaders, staff and students have been working together with Governors and Trustees to develop great systems in both schools which enable students to achieve their full potential. 

Hampton High has recently been inspected and been awarded a Good judgement for all four Ofsted categories, this is a very significant step for the school which has not previously reached this standard.  Twickenham School, has shown huge improvement and was moved out of Ofsted special measures and given a good judgement for leadership and behaviour after just over one year, this is an extremely impressive achievement.   

Trustees and Governors bring a wealth of experience to the Trust and this is there to support the growth and development of both schools.  Trustees come from a variety of backgrounds and include representative from the Local authority, ex headteacher, trustees with experience of finance, business and education. 

The RWST vision is to inspire everyone to achieve, enjoy and flourish beyond their own expectations.  Each school has their own identity and what unites us is a commitment to make a difference by sharing and delivering excellence locally. 

‘Aspire together, learn together, achieve together.’

Philippa Nunn (CEO) left Waldegrave School to work solely for RWST, this reflects her passion to improve schools so that learners across Richmond have access to great schools.   This decision was an easy one as she could see the great progress being made and wanted to be part of supporting the long term future of both schools and their place in the local community. 

Our Vision

The RWST vision is to inspire everyone to achieve, enjoy and flourish beyond their own expectations.  Each school has their own identity and what unites us is a commitment to make a difference by sharing and delivering excellence locally. 

Our Core Values

  • A focus on excellence in everything that we do; supporting young people to aspire beyond any limitations that their context might appear to place on them;
  • Empowering, challenging and developing leaders at all levels to be the best they possibly can be;
  • Developing a family of schools where individuality is recognised and celebrated;
  • Providing an inclusive and caring environment where everyone is respected and feels safe.

 

It should be noted that each school has its own vision which is used at School level, these are led by and complement the RWST vision.