A Church of England (CofE) high school, due to open next year in Ealing, is looking for a name - and your help is needed.
The Twyford Trust group behind the school, which is set to welcome its first students in September 2016, with 196 year seven pupils, is appealing to the Ealing community to help them find a name.
Currently using the working title North Twyford CofE High School, the trust have already held a number of public meetings and have a reference group that meet regularly.
The Trust held a meeting in January 20 to engage with the public and prospective parents, after the Department for Education gave permission for the new school in October 2014.
The school will have much in common with its two sister schools - Twyford CofE High school in Twyford Crescent, Acton, and William Perkin CofE High School, in Oldfield Lane North, Greenford - namely a strongly academic curriculum and the same systems for pastoral care and wider learning.
It will also, however, aim to maintain its own unique identity.
North Twyford CofE will serve the communities in the north and central areas of the borough and will inherit curriculum strengths in music and languages.
Its distinctive feature is a focus on moral philosophy and social ethics and will have specialist vocational training facilities in food and catering.
Some name ideas which have already been received by the group focus either on location or famous Ealing residents.
The competition is open to all and you can enter, and find out more about the school, by visiting the website www.twyfordacademies.org.uk/3rd-school.