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The boys from Stanley Road School moved to the new all boys secondary school at Broom Road. See the school's web site.

A correspondent writes: "I attended Twickenham Tech, which also closed, with the pupils going to Broome Road. Temporarily however, we were all housed at Stanley Rd until Teddington Secondary School was ready. I remember this very clearly because we were all recruited to help with the move".

St John the Baptist CE Junior School was founded. See the school's web site.
Hampton Wick Infant School
The school was built in 1964 to provide three classrooms, cloakrooms, hall, kitchen and offices. In 1969 a new wing was added. See the school's web site.

Twickenham Preparatory School established at The Institute on Twickenham Green. Moves to Beveree in Hampton in 1980.

Hampton Infant School founded.

Fortescue House School in the Hampton Road, Twickenham closes.
Buckingham Infant and Junior School was founded.
Waldegrave School for Girls was founded by merging Twickenham County School and Kneller School both for girls. The merged school moved into the buildings of Thames Valley School. See the school's web site.

Richmond upon Thames 6th Form College was founded taking over the old Technical College site. See the college's web site.

Twickenham Preparatory School moves to Beveree in Hampton. See the school's web site.

1988 The National Curriculum was introduced.
St James Independent School for Boys moves to Popes Villa, Cross Deep, Twickenham. See the school's web site.
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