Full details of clubs, when and where they meet are in the 2012/2013 booklet, available to download from the main Clubs and Societies page.
Boys are invited to learn the basics of spoken Mandarin and about Chinese culture. No previous knowledge is expected but boys should attend each week as activities frequently depend upon the previous week's session.
Classical Reading Club
Club for boys who enjoy reading. It is an opportunity to explore Roman and Greek literature in translation. Open to boys in Middle 5th and upwards whether or not they study a classical subject.
A society that meets periodically for senior boys studying classics. Usually involving guest speakers and talks from other boys.
Debating and Public Speaking
If you want to express your views clearly, forcefully and effectively, enjoy researching current events, can work as part of a team- then join the Debating Society!
Economics Club: Bank of England Competition
This is for Upper 6th boys who have a passion and interest in Economics. The challenge is to work towards a presentation to regional members of the Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee.
European Languages Film Club
Students of languages at Warwick School are joined by pupils from Myton and King's High Schools to view modern films in French, German and Spanish. Films are subtitled in English.
Initially the club is aimed at pupils with little or no previous experience of French to reinforce what is being done in class and to boost boys’ confidence. After half-term, the club opens up to anyone who wants to practise their French, play French board games, French computer games.
This is a French club, aimed at AS and A2 students. Students will have the opportunity to have a look at French poetry, music, cinema, history, culture.
Each year we enter two teams for the national competition “Schools Challenge”. In each team of four, two are open and two must be M5th or below.
The Geographical Society is an opportunity for boys to hear about and experience areas of Geography they may not otherwise come across in the classroom.
This is an enhancement activity for those boys who have chosen to study Greek in the Lower 5th, to give them a head start with the language through reading some well-known stories.
Throughout the year the History department will organise a number of trips to sites of historical interest. There will be visiting speakers as well, to talk on aspects of the curriculum.
Japanese club provides a great opportunity to learn basic spoken Japanese. This club is a good introduction to Japanese language and culture.
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This meets generally 6-7 times a year. Its core membership comprises boys who are studying Politics at A Level but any boy in the school community is very welcome to join us. We endeavour to invite speakers who can address both domestic and international issues and, in the past, have heard lectures from prominent British politicians.
The Reading Buddies Scheme is set up in partnership with the Junior School. Upper and Middle Fifth boys have the opportunity to help support the younger students to develop their reading skills.
The club aims to provide a rapid introduction to Russian script and thereafter to develop a basic understanding of the Russian language and culture.
Scholars' Society - Speakers and Seminars
The Society periodically hosts distinguished speakers from a variety of academic fields, which should appeal to GCSE and A-level pupils who wish to push their knowledge beyond the confines of their formal studies.
Scholars' Society - Scholars’ Trips
In addition to Sixth Form Scholars' visits to Oxford and Cambridge colleges, recent trips have included such destinations as Blenheim Palace, the Barber Institute of Fine Arts, the British Museum, British Library and the Houses of Parliament.
Scholars' Society – Thinking Games Club
Each week younger pupils are encouraged to give their grey cells a workout and develop their thinking skills through a variety of fun, challenging games and puzzles.
Sixth Form Latin Verse Composition
Intended for boys in the Sixth Form studying Latin who are looking for a real challenge!
The War Economy
The focus is on analysing production and economic-orientated strategies during the Second World War. This will be delivered via debate, film and articles.