Empowering Students to be
Ambitious and Proud
Empowering Students to be
Ambitious and Proud
Empowering Students to be
Ambitious and Proud
Empowering Students to be
Ambitious and Proud
"I love working at Chiswick School as there is a real sense of community. The students are amazing; and all the staff go above and beyond to help students to reach their potential."
Helen Williams - Library Manager
"At Chiswick School there is an unwavering commitment, dedication and nurturing from many of the teachers - there are some truly inspirational gems amongst the staff."
Year 8, 11 & 12 parent
"I adore the character of the students we have here at Chiswick School. Their enthusiasm, determination and sheer originality is something of which I will never tire: they are a breath of fresh air every day."
Mr Wootton, Head of English
"Transitioning from primary to secondary was easy because Chiswick School made me feel welcome. The school made my transition fun and it boosted my confidence."
Keira, Year 7 (from Strand on the Green Primary)
"Transitioning from primary to secondary school was a big change. I remember on the first day thinking what a good idea it was to only have Year 7s in school. It helped me feel more excited about beginning the new year. All the teachers are really good; they made us feel welcome and proud to be members of Chiswick School."
Emma, Year 7 (from Southfield Primary school)
"Chiswick school for us has always been a place where children are part of a community which is inclusive and broad. My child’s teachers have been committed and focused both on understanding different learning styles and on the need to reach potential."
Year 10 parent
"I enjoy working at Chiswick School because it is a working community where all staff and students collaborate with each other showing a positive attitude and enthusiasm towards learning."
Mr Mahon, Head of Computer Science
@chiswickschool Retweeted Chiswick School Geography department / 24 Jun
The constructive waves are coming to get us!!! https://t.co/ZrJ7lIMo1E
@chiswickschool Retweeted Chiswick School Geography department / 24 Jun
Who is going to win the race? Backwards running up the beach https://t.co/6FwacvtuQ5
@chiswickschool Retweeted Chiswick School Geography department / 24 Jun
@chiswickschool Retweeted Chiswick School Geography department / 24 Jun
Conducting different fieldwork techniques on the Brighton coast https://t.co/V4KUmJ3zjO
@chiswickschool Retweeted Chiswick School Geography department / 24 Jun
@chiswickschool Retweeted Chiswick School Geography department / 24 Jun
@chiswickschool Retweeted Chiswick School Geography department / 24 Jun
Arrived here. But the sun has gone away https://t.co/T8udcBdlXo
@chiswickschool Retweeted Chiswick School Geography department / 24 Jun
Year 10 GCSE Geography students are waiting for the train at Chiswick for the journey to Brighton https://t.co/VoPfzX7yrI
@chiswickschool Retweeted DofE Chiswick School / 23 Jun
A special thanks to all the teachers who gave up their weekends to support the Year 10s on their Practice Expedition. We couldn't do it without your help
@chiswickschool Retweeted DofE Chiswick School / 23 Jun
Well done to all students over the weekend for the tenacity and conduct in completing the practice walks. Onwards to the assessed expedition in 4 weeks.
@chiswickschool Retweeted DofE Chiswick School / 23 Jun
It's not the primary school game. They are actually trying to help put a tent up! https://t.co/AhCNPL4w1Y
@chiswickschool Retweeted DofE Chiswick School / 23 Jun
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