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  • 'Everyman' is a gripping morality tale that, as its title suggests, has something to say to everyone: we all have regrets, actions of which we are ashamed & opportunities to make amends. This version updates the action with songs, multi-media effects & even the occasional robot!

    5:11 PM - 15 Oct 21

  • Join us at the Bridge House Theatre from the 10-12th November at 7pm for what is sure to be a gripping performance. Tickets cost between £2 and £3 and can be purchased via the link below.

    5:11 PM - 15 Oct 21

  • Theatre is back! The students at Warwick School and King's High have been hard at work with many rehearsals which will culminate in a return to the stage next term with a new adaptation of Everyman. They now have a well-earned break before the build-up to opening night!

    5:11 PM - 15 Oct 21

  • For non-uniform day today, Junior school students wore red to show support for 'Show Racism the Red Card Day'. Each boy donated £2 to be split between the Town Crier's charities and anti-racism charities as selected by the Charities Committee of Pupil Voice.

    4:03 PM - 15 Oct 21

Warwick Independent Schools Foundation

Warwick Independent Schools Foundation is the Governing Body for Warwick School, King's High School and Warwick Preparatory School. The Schools aim to provide outstanding, all-round education that helps each pupil to maximise their potential.

The Shared Sixth Form Centre was officially opened in September 2019 to provide space for private study for both boys and girls, and opportunities to socialise together.

Warwick Independent Schools Foundation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff, volunteers and parents to share this commitment.