Twycross House School
Leicestershire, United Kingdom
About Twycross House School
Twycross House School is a mixed, all-through independent school in Leicestershire, serving students from the age of 8-18. The all-through school, situated in Atherstone, Warwickshire has approximately 348 students on record. Students sit an examination on application.
Twycross House School was founded in 1977. In 2013, the school was identified as good by Ofsted. The school sits over 10 acres of grounds and has sports pitches, tennis courts, an indoor swimming pool, science laboratories and a specialist arts and pottery room.
Mr S D Assinder B.A. (Hons), PGCE (Birmingham)
Values and vision
Twycross House School wants all students to achieve their full potential in a nurturing and inspiring learning environment. It promotes the values of mutual trust and respect. It wants students to build their confidence throughout their learning and encourages them to get involved in a wide range of extra-curricular activities, ranging from the Duke of Edinburgh Award to sports clubs. Students are nurtured as active and positive citizens and the school promotes charity and fundraising events for them to get involved in. Twycross House School organises exchange trips with partner schools across Europe, allowing for pupils to gain new cultural experiences.
“Pupils’ achievement is good overall. Good teaching ensures that the vast majority of pupils of all backgrounds, including disabled pupils and those who have special educational needs, make good progress over time. The majority enter the school having attained above average standards in most subjects at the associated pre-preparatory school.”