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New report in today - EPQ (Extended Project Qualification) 2017:

On the 28th April, the Warwick School BBC School Report team attended the EPQ presentation that was held in the Warwick Hall.  Candidates had researched a wide variety of topics and their presentations really showcased the hard work they put into their research and the enjoyment they got out of the process. We interviewed a few of the candidates on the process , what they learnt from doing an EPQ and the advice they would give to those who are dong an EPQ next year.

BBC News School Report gives 11 - 16 year-old students in the UK the chance to make their own news reports for a real audience. It is a collaborative project run by BBC News and BBC Learning. 

On 16 March 2017, BBC News School Report day, Warwick School pupils delivered their news report covering international, national and local news stories. Do watch their report for news of the Dutch election, the Queen giving Royal Assent to Article 50 and more locally,  the school’s involvement in National Autism week. The other feature on Warwick School considers the issues of mental health and the support provided within school.  

Our school has taken part in this annual 'News Day' initiative, simultaneously creating video, audio and text-based news reports, and publishing them on this website, to which the BBC aims to link. For further information please click here

BBC School Report 2017 from Warwick School BBC Report on Vimeo.

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Round Up of 2015-2016 at Warwick School 

This report looks at some of the interesting happenings at Warwick School during 2015/2016.

Academic Year at Warwick School-Report from Warwick School BBC Report on Vimeo.

Anti Social Media 

This report is about how teenager’s lives are being taken over by their phones and social media. Watch our report to hear some unbelievable statistics and see how Arun gets on when he has to spend five days with no gadgets

anti social media from Warwick School BBC Report on Vimeo.

 BBC School Report 2016