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We are delighted to be able to share our most recent Ofsted report, from the inspection that took place on 11th and 12th October 2023. As a 'section 8' inspection, it does not change our overall grading but for the inspectors to have recognised that "the evidence gathered suggests that the inspection grade might be outstanding if a graded (section 5) inspection were carried out now" is hugely pleasing, and mirrors our own feelings about our wonderful school.
Please click here for the report.
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Welcome to the Turing House School website - I am delighted to be writing as the headteacher of this exciting new school, established in September 2015.
A new inclusive secondary school for Richmond was envisioned by a small group of parents who care deeply about their local area and its people.More from Mr O'Sullivan
We believe that everyone in our school should behave in a responsible manner: with each other; with the school; and with the wider community. Meet some of the Turing Family...
Year 11 Parent
"Turing has provided our daughter with an excellent all-round education, in a nurturing environment supported by staff who clearly love their jobs and want their students to succeed!"
Year 7 Student
"Turing House is very welcoming and there are lots of opportunities to do things I love, like get involved in choir or drama club and lots of other things too."
Year 12 Student
"I love the friendly environment at Turing House ... the teachers are amazing!."
Year 8 Student
"I get to learn so many new things ... and all the teachers are kind and supportive to us."
Year 10 Student
"I really like the teachers and students, everyone was so welcoming when I joined the school."
"It is a joy and a privilege to work in a school where the students genuinely want to learn, the staff collaborate with each other to get the best out of the students, and the parents are so supportive. It has been amazing to be a part of the growth of Turing House School, and to shape the curriculum so that it challenges, inspires and strengthens our students, both academically and personally."
The school believes in the importance of developing a curriculum that is enjoyable, encourages responsibility, builds self-esteem, demands high standards, enables achievement and provides strong foundations for future learning.