Here at Twynham Sixth form we have had considerable success over a many years and it is easy to see why we are the largest Sixth Form in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole.

Our success is built on two core pillars of high quality teaching combined with exceptional relationships fostered between staff who genuinely care about our students and young adults who are determined to work their very hardest.

Our Sixth Form has a very distinctive culture that is deliberately designed to replicate the feel of undergraduate study. All of our students are academically able, studying an A Level-only suite of qualifications. As a consequence you are surrounded by students who want to learn, readily accept the need to work hard and are ambitious and passionate about their studies. This attitude is infectious and pervades across the school.

We are fortunate at Twynham School to employ some of the very best teachers in the business. As a National Teaching School we are able to attract exceptionally high quality staff and they love the intellectual challenge and stimulus of teaching our Sixth formers. Outcomes are strong and in many subjects they are amongst the very best in the country, achieved through the combined hard work of our students and the talented teaching of our staff.

What makes Twynham Sixth Form so unique though is the attention we pay to developing a sense of community within our Sixth Form. Paintballing, Freshers’ Ball, Prom and Commencement are all designed to bring our students together to have fun, make new friends and journey through young adulthood together. Opportunity is abound in the Sixth Form from performing in a professional theatre to travelling as far as Uganda, New Zealand and New York.

And the impact of all of this is there to see. Students head off to the very best universities, specialist arts colleges, top apprenticeships and jobs. They are incredibly successful and they recognise the support Twynham has given them on their paths to success. Our alumni is the envy of many an independent school, with over 100 ex-students eager to support those currently studying at the school to follow in their footsteps and tread the well-worn path of success.

Don’t believe me? Come and see us to find out more. You are always welcome and we would love the opportunity to show you around and experience our simply wonderful Sixth Form.

Jy Taylor



  • September 30, 2019 PLEASE SHARE! The 'Intro to Careers in & ' event with is on 08/10 for Y9-Y13 students (&parents/guardians) re: FE, HE & routes into the industry, with short talks & networking after. Register Read more Read more
  • September 30, 2019 Some great advice here from for those students busy writing Personal Statements this week. Read more
  • September 23, 2019 Just over a month to go before Sixth Form Information Evening on 24th October! We are busy preparing all the information that you need, but in the meantime just drop us a line (office.com) or give us a call (01202495745) with any questions that you need answered. Read more
  • August 15, 2019 Good luck to all our students getting ready to receive their today. We are proud of every one of you, and look forward to seeing you in the hall from 9am.
  • May 8, 2019 Thank you for an inspiring, thought provoking production for the second week running with Year 12. Such a real way to address the issue of addiction, with each member of the cast themselves in recovery. The production received a tremendous response from students. Read more
  • May 7, 2019 Mr Richard Barker, Finance Director of Spetisbury Construction, has given a talk to our A Level religious studies students about business ethics, corporate social responsibility and finance. Read more
  • April 4, 2019 Dr Martin Evans a former student talking to Y13 about his engineering career and PHD # Twynham Read more
  • March 14, 2019 Great win for the Sixth Form team in the semi-finals of the County Cup. Having beaten Bournemouth Collegiate, Highcliffe, Canford School, Bournemouth School and now Poole High School, our Sixth Form team with face either Thomas Hardye school or Budmouth School in the final! Read more
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