Performance Tables

Full details of Twyford CofE High School results can be found in the Department for Education School Performance Tables. Information about all schools and colleges in Ealing can also be found on their website.

Latest GCSE and A Level Results

Twyford is very proud of its students' achievements in external examinations across all key stages.

2023 A Level and GCSE Results

2023 A Level Results

You can view the 2023 A Level Results press release here.

All of our post-16 courses are A Levels:

Level 3 value added score - A level progress since GCSE N/A
Average grade per entry B+
Average points score per entry 42.6
Number of students entered 314

Given the uneven impact of the pandemic on school and college performance data, the government has said you should not make direct comparisons between the performance data for one school or college and another, or to data from previous years.

We expect the Department for Education to publish official statistics relating to the Summer 2023 results during the Autumn term. The figures above are from the school's own calculations based on our results.

Progress in English and Maths at Key Stage 5:

This shows the progress made by students who joined in Year 12 with less than a grade 4 in GCSE English and Maths.

Progress made in English N/A
Progress made in Maths N/A

As our entry requirement for the Sixth Form includes the requirement of achieving at least a grade 5 in English and Maths, the number of students included in this measure are small (or zero).

Pupil Destinations:

Pupil destination data is published by the DfE two years after students have left the school. This data is about students reaching the end of 16 to 18 study in 2022 and staying in education or employment for at least 2 terms after this. We expect the DfE to publish this data during the 2023-24 academic year.

2023 GCSE Results

You can view the 2023 GCSE Results press release here.

Progress 8 Score

1.26

Attainment 8 Score

67.3

Pupils Achieving a grade 5 or better in English and Maths GCSEs

82%

English Baccalaureate average point score

6.44
Pupils Achieving the English Baccalaureate (grade 5 or above) 67%
Pupils Entering the English Baccalaureate 90%

Given the uneven impact of the pandemic on school and college performance data, the government has said you should not make direct comparisons between the performance data for one school or college and another, or to data from previous years.

Pupil Destinations:

Pupil destination data is published by the DfE two years after students have left the school. This data is about students reaching the end of Key Stage 4 study in 2022 and staying in education or employment for at least 2 terms after this. We expect the DfE to publish this data during the 2023-24 academic year.

2022 A Level and GCSE Results

2022 A Level Results

You can view the 2022 A Level Results press release here.

All of our post-16 courses are A Levels:

Level 3 value added score - A level progress since GCSE N/A
Average grade per entry A-
Average points score per entry 46.06
Number of students entered 273

Given the uneven impact of the pandemic on school and college performance data, the government has said you should not make direct comparisons between the performance data for one school or college and another, or to data from previous years.

We expect the Department for Education to publish official statistics relating to the Summer 2022 results during the Autumn term. The figures above are from the school's own calculations based on our results.

Progress in English and Maths at Key Stage 5:

This shows the progress made by students who joined in Year 12 with less than a grade 4 in GCSE English and Maths.

Progress made in English N/A
Progress made in Maths N/A

As our entry requirement for the Sixth Form includes the requirement of achieving at least a grade 5 in English and Maths, the number of students included in this measure are small (or zero).

Pupil Destinations:

Pupil destination data is published by the DfE two years after students have left the school. This data is about students reaching the end of 16 to 18 study in 2021 and staying in education or employment for at least 2 terms after this.

Pupils who stayed in education or went into employment after Year 13 - 71%.

2022 GCSE Results

Progress 8 Score

0.67

Attainment 8 Score

65.4

Pupils Achieving a grade 5 or better in English and Maths GCSEs

80%

English Baccalaureate average point score

6.45
Pupils Achieving the English Baccalaureate (grade 5 or above) 70%
Pupils Entering the English Baccalaureate 88%

Given the uneven impact of the pandemic on school and college performance data, the government has said you should not make direct comparisons between the performance data for one school or college and another, or to data from previous years.

Pupil Destinations:

Pupil destination data is published by the DfE two years after students have left the school. This data is about students reaching the end of Key Stage 4 study in 2021 and staying in education or employment for at least 2 terms after this.

Pupils who stayed in education or went into employment for at least 2 terms after Year 11 - 96%


2021 A Level and GCSE Results

You can view 2021 A Level and GCSE Results press releases here.

2021 A Level Results

16-18 performance data for schools, colleges was not published by Department for Education for Summer 2021 results due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The figures below are from the school's own calculations based on the results.

All of our post-16 courses are A Levels:

Level 3 value added score - A level progress since GCSE N/A
Average grade per entry A
Average points score per entry 48.4
Number of students entered 264

Pupil Destinations:

Pupil destination data is published by the DfE two years after students have left the school. This data is about students reaching the end of 16 to 18 study in 2019 and staying in education or employment for at least 2 terms after this.

Pupils who stayed in education or went into employment after Year 13 - 88%

2021 GCSE Results

GCSE performance data for schools, colleges was not published by Department for Education for Summer 2021 results due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The figures below are from the school's own calculations based on the results.

Progress 8 Score

N/A

Attainment 8 Score

70

Pupils Achieving a grade 5 or better in English and Maths GCSEs

90%

English Baccalaureate average point score

6.9
Pupils Achieving the English Baccalaureate 75%
Pupils Entering the English Baccalaureate 89%

Pupil Destinations:

Pupil destination data is published by the DfE two years after students have left the school. This data is about students reaching the end of Key Stage 4 study in 2019 and staying in education or employment for at least 2 terms after this.

Pupils who stayed in education or went into employment after Year 11 - 97%


2020 A Level and GCSE Results

For 2020 A Level and GCSE Results press releases, click here

Message from Ofqual about exam results Summer 2020

Updated: 11/08/2021 288 KB

2020 A Level Results

16-18 performance data for schools, colleges was not published by Department for Education for Summer 2020 results due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The figures below are from the school's own calculations based on the results.

All of our post-16 courses are A Levels:

Level 3 value added score - A level progress since GCSE N/A
Average grade per entry A-
Average points score per entry 47.7
Number of students entered 258

2020 GCSE Results

GCSE performance data for schools, colleges was not published by Department for Education for Summer 2020 results due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The figures below are from the school's own calculations based on the results.

Progress 8 Score

N/A

Attainment 8 Score

67

Pupils Achieving a grade 5 or better in English and Maths GCSEs

79%

English Baccalaureate average point score

6.3
Pupils Achieving the English Baccalaureate 65%
Pupils Entering the English Baccalaureate 76%

2019 A Level and GCSE Results

2019 A Level Results

16-18 performance data for schools, colleges was published by Department for Education in January 2020 and can be viewed here.

All of our post-16 courses are A Levels:

Level 3 value added score - A level progress since GCSE +0.31
Average grade per entry B
Average points score per entry 41.31
Number of students entered 228

Progress in English and Maths at Key Stage 5:

This shows the progress made by students who joined in Year 12 with less than a grade C in GCSE English and Maths.

Progress made in English N/A
Progress made in Maths 2

As our entry requirement for the Sixth Form includes the requirement of achieving at least a grade C in English and Maths, the number of students included in this measure are small.

Pupil Destinations:

Pupil destination data is published by the DfE two years after students have left the school. This data is about students reaching the end of 16 to 18 study in 2017 and staying in education or employment for at least 2 terms after this.

Pupils who stayed in education or went into employment after Year 13 - 89%

2019 Alps Certificate

Twyford CofE High School has received an Alps certificate of outstanding progess with 3 year T score of 2.33 putting us in the top 5% of schools nationally.

2019 GCSE Results

Progress 8 Score

0.9

Attainment 8 Score

64

Pupils Achieving a grade 5 or better in English and Maths GCSEs

77%

English Baccalaureate average point score

6.1

Pupils Achieving the English Baccalaureate

56%

Pupils Entering the English Baccalaureate 74%

Pupil Destinations:

Pupil destination data is published by the DfE two years after students have left the school. This data is about students reaching the end of Key Stage 4 study in 2017 and staying in education or employment for at least 2 terms after this.

Pupils who stayed in education or went into employment after Year 11 - 97%

Ofsted Report October 2023

The school was awarded: OUTSTANDING

Some highlights from the report:

"Pupils are proud to attend this school. Leaders set high expectations, so that pupils behave extremely well, achieve highly and are ambitious for their futures. Pupils thrive on meeting these expectations. Staff and pupils work harmoniously and, as a result, pupils feel safe, happy and excel. Pupils’ behaviour and attitudes across the school are exceptional."

"Leaders have developed a very ambitious curriculum, enhanced by an extensive range of wider opportunities. The education offered at Twyford is unique and highly developed."

"Pupils experience a high-quality education through a meticulously planned, well- designed and sequenced curriculum that is expertly delivered...A trust-wide approach to delivering key content, such as in mathematics, ensures pupils achieve highly."

"Leaders ensure that pupils experience a carefully planned pastoral curriculum. This is strengthened by the schools focus on key behaviours and attitudes through the ‘10:10 ethic’."

You can view Twyford CofE High School Ofsted report below and on the Ofsted website.

Ofsted Report Twyford

Updated: 18/12/2023 252 KB

For more information about Ofsted, please visit their website.

You can view Ofsted reports on other schools within the Twyford CofE Academies Trust on our website.

The DFE's School Performance Table page for the school can be found here.

SIAMS Report Twyford

Updated: 30/07/2021 300 KB

The school was awarded as OUTSTANDING in a recent SIAMS report.

Some highlights from the report:

"The school, through its distinctive Christian character, is outstanding at meeting the needs of all learners."

"The consistency with which the school’s Christian ethos is interpreted and applied across all aspects of school life has a transformative effect on the community it serves."

"The broad curriculum and wide range of extra-curricular activities live out the school’s ethos and lead students to engage with it."

Assessment

Individual Knowledge of Your Child

At Twyford, each child is known as an academic individual through careful diagnostic testing. Using this information, challenging targets are set that are effectively communicated and then evaluated at key points during the year. A well-constructed whole school assessment system allows our students to take control of their learning and make personal assessments of their progress. There are two formal exam weeks in December and June, assessing all completed work to date in the core subjects (English, Maths, Science, Languages and Humanities). In addition to this, there are regular Standardised Assessments with grades made accessible to parents. More detailed information relating to these Standardised Assessments can be found on the VLE.

Effective Communication with Parents

This is integral to the success of any school. Parents will receive Termly Reports that provide information on effort and achievement in all subjects and at the end of the year, a full report will be produced. Parents will be expected to attend all Information Evenings and Parent Consultation Evenings. In addition to these formal reporting systems, parents can access information relating to conduct points, attendance and punctuality data via the VLE. Each week, parents will review and sign their child's diary which will contain key information relating to that week. Personal communication with your child's Tutor and Head of Year will be vital in supporting your child. To support this process there will be a Target Setting Meeting in September between student, parent and tutor.

Independent Learning

Independent learning is critical to the success of your child at GCSE and A-Level. It is our philosophy to develop the required skills within each subject as soon as students join the school. From day one of Year 7, there will be a 15 minute lesson preparation task set in each lesson – that means 5 tasks set per day. Longer pieces of assessed homework in the form of essays, projects, assessments and presentations will also be set fortnightly. The combination of lesson preparation tasks, to be completed each evening, and longer more developed pieces of work will ensure your child develops the independent learning habits required to succeed as they develop academically. Each core subject will outline a series of tasks to be completed independently of school. These will be called Level 4 Tasks and are designed to stretch students and encourage curiosity within each subject.

SEN Information Report

Updated: 25/09/2023 376 KB

SEN Policy

Updated: 13/07/2023 884 KB

Further information can be found in SEND

Pupil Premium and Recovery Premium

Details of the School's Pupil Premium Funding and Recovery Premium, how it is used and to what effect can be found below.

Premiums

Updated: 26/09/2023 295 KB

Financial information including the Gender Pay Gap report can be found on Twyford CofE Academies Trust.

Parent View is an online facility that allows parents to give their views about Twyford CofE High School at any time during the school year.

Parent View uses a questionnaire to ask for opinions on 12 aspects of the school from the quality of teaching, to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour.